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Darth Maul Cyborg Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:20813  
Name:Darth Maul Cyborg
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Star Wars
Creator:N TT  
Date Added:March 30, 2010
Base Figure:Recipe
Height:7.50 inches
Presenting Darth Maul from the Visionaries story line, tanked up with legs from a Mcfarlane CyberSpawn (Techno series), and used a Wraal for the upper body. Placed the torso on a rotating waist, to get articulation. The head was replaced from a WWE mounted on a swivel/pivot neck (so he can look up as well as side-to-side). Sculpted the horns, and gave removable hands from an Ultraman figure. Just wanted to gobsmack all the true Ray Park fans out there with the last pic!


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humanoid - Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Beautiful! I've looked through all of your customs and let me just say...wow! I can only aspire to be in your league as of now. Question: see, the only thing really holding me back on customizing my own Star Wars figs is I have no idea how make effective 6" scale light sabres. That being said...what did you use for these?!
Nsp - Sunday, April 4, 2010
class man
fitzjedi - Friday, April 2, 2010
This just screams VIOLENT BADNESS!! Very cool!
Redmist - Friday, April 2, 2010
Great action shots! Great blending of parts!
Patraw - Thursday, April 1, 2010
Very cool Cyborg Maul--the cyber leg design in the comic was sleeker and lacked the wires if I remember correctly, but I can understand that it's not the easiest thing in the world to find a proper match in scale.
blaynescott - Thursday, April 1, 2010
Awesome job! I remember reading that 'what if' (or was it an Expanded Universe?) comic where the resurected Darth Maul cyborg takes on Obi Wan in the desert.
A question to anyone though: Can someone fill me in on what kind of articulation those Mcfarlane CyberSpawn (Techno series) legs have? I'm always looking for well articulated robo-parts. Thanks!
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