Saturday, November 9, 2013


 I know it's been quiet here at Toyfinity for the last couple of weeks. Needed to make sure we secured the December wave of Robo Force so it was a lot of behind-the-scenes over here doing some different things. Covering a couple of quick things here:

- Club Mordle store opens again tomorrow around 9 pm! Get your first chance at Big Mordle outside of NYCC.

- listen to Toyfinity on a podcast, the Old Oil House, episode 131. We reveal some fun things about the December Robo Force drop, as well as Manglors! People who wanted more paint apps on their Robo Force will be very happy with the next drop.

- I've received a few e-mails and seen posts about what exactly was sold at NYCC this year. So, to clarify:
 The above orange colored Maxx Zero is a TEST SHOT. It was only for display and not for sale. It wound up spending more time on the table than intended because the Robo Force figures I had for sale went a lot quicker than expected.
The first edition of Robo Force is the Genesis Edition...
 which can be seen above. The Genesis Edition has a small number of paint apps on the chest of Maxx Zero and the heads of each character (Hun-Dred, Sentinel, and Enemy).
For NYCC itself, there was a limited run of fifty pieces that are part of the Genesis Edition, but with NO PAINT APPS. I consider these part of the Genesis Edition personally - it came down to a choice: did I want pieces for the show or not? So I chose to get them for the show, but without paint apps.

- because of some things on the back end of operations here, I pushed the Robo Force comic into next week. Should be up tomorrow! Enjoy a pic of Maxx Zero by Jerzy Drozd, artist of the new Robo Force comic!
- and the new Mordles comic is approaching a finished stage. Enjoy this scene from the new comic - first time that a Mordle has been drawn in the modern era.
Why is he surprised? Find out soon!



  1. So excited to see more Mordles products & to hear about the December wave of Robo Force. I can't wait for some new colorways on this toy.

    Also really excited about the new comics, been a very long time since there has been any media for these two properties; I don't think there was any media for RBT aside from the little artwork comics on their packaging.

    Hoping to get the chance to listen to the podcast today, heard part of it last night but got busy with other things. You're on a roll Doc, keep up the good work sir! :-D

  2. I loved the podcast. It was very informative & a brisk 2 hours. I can't wait to see what you have for us in the future.

  3. I loved the interview! So much great info about the future of Robo Force!! I have a question, is there any chance you will be doing the human characters from the Robo Force animated episode (& prototypes), as I would love to get a "Deena Strong" figure!

    1. I hope to someday get to the humanoid characters like Deena and Mark, but it won't be for a while.

  4. Thanks John I really appreciate the reply & your ambition! Hopefully someday! Looking fwd to everything you have to bring to Robo Force!