Posted by Trustpigs June 10, 2012

Yes, The Super Sucklord has unleashed his newest 'creation' on the universe: the "Karate Chumps." But you won't find these figures in The Suckstore, for they're being made in a collaboration with the Galactic Jerkbags (the unofficial Suckadelic fanclub) and they're being made to order. Packaged in a custom made plain white box with special insert card, like the Kenner mail away figures of the '80s, the "Karate Chumps" are each wholly unique and made to the purchasers specifications; while the body of each one uses the same karate action figure form, the person buying gets to choose what color resin it is cast in, what colors it's painted, and which head out of the Suckadelic backcatalog is affixed to it. Below are pictured some example versions and you can see the diverisity of heads being used: Frankie, Greedo, Jerkbag, Sleestak, Star Scream, Steve, and Sucklord.

Sucklord will only be accepting 30 orders for the "Karate Chumps" figures, each costing $150 and taking 6-8 weeks to ship (since it is being completely hand-made for the buyer). To reserve your copy and begin designing your own "Karate Chump," drop an e-mail directly to The Sucklord himself.

Images and information appear here courtesy of the Galactic Jerkbags website.


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