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A collectible 3.75" action figure line based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft that look identical to their 1970's/80's retro counterparts
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CHICAGO COMICS, ROCK TALK & MORE

Posted by Warpo (Creator)
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Good evening WARPERS,

Thanks again for all the emails of support, product inquiries and all around great advise we've been receiving for Legends of Cthulhu. So many good things are coming from this campaign and we can't wait to start sharing it all with you... all in good time. 

We've definitely been getting A LOT of inquiries to reveal the final stretch goals - that is coming soon so just hold out a bit longer... and be prepared for the AWESOMENESS coming very soon.

WARPO "Launch" Party
For all those in the state of Illinois (or heck, anyone in the midwest!) we also wanted to make sure everyone knew about our Kickstarter "Launch" Party we're throwing this Saturday June 21st.

 The party will be from 6 - 9pm at the one and only CHICAGO COMICS! This place is definitely one of WARPO's "7 Wonders of the World" and a must stop shop for all comic and toy lovers. At the event we'll be displaying the original action figure sculpts, drinking drinks, eating eats, and giving away a set of LoC figures to one lucky (and brainy) contestant at the event. You really need to see these in person, if you love the photos online we guarantee "head implosion" upon viewing in person... guarantee. WARPO is looking forward to meeting everyone and talking toys!

For more information on the event check out our Facebook event page below:

https://www.facebook.com/events/525603794228698/

And in other news...
We've just posted a new Eddy Mosqueda video from WARPO's trip to his studio. A great behind the scenes look at this amazing dude and the trip into his amazing brain. WARPO spoke with Eddy about a strange "alien" rock he has had for close to 50 years that unbelievably looks a lot like Cthulhu and became part of his inspiration during the project. Eddy is one amazing guy to say the least.

Enjoy,

WARPO

 

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    1. Jon Wesley Huff on

      That rock is damn creepy (and amazing.)