Monthly Archives: December 2013


We did it!

BMOG is funded! Thanks to all of your help!

What happens next?

All BMOG Backers will be receiving a survey shortly. Please fill these out. Not only will they help us refine our figure releases they will also let you vote on theKickstarter Exclusive Deco.

Once the funds clear we will be working with our factory to begin production on the injection molds for the figures. We will be offering regular updates on social media as well as through the Kickstarter system, so follow us:

Everyone deserves a great deal of thanks, starting with our amazing backers. I also don’t want to leave out the BMOG team: Andrew Androski (industrial design), Greg Sepelak (artwork, bios and design), Matt Karpowich (media relations) and Rob Roberts for pledging his custom-painting skills to our special reward tier.

Thank you all for your help! Now we roll up our sleeves and get down to the task at hand, making some awesome toys!

One-of-a-Kind BMOG Custom from Rob “Cheets” Roberts

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We sent Rob “Cheets” Roberts, a 3d printed prototype set of Ursenal and Mantax to paint up however he wanted. In this case, he chose a sky-blue take on Mantax with an Actionmaster-Partner inspired Ursenal.

Kickstarter backers who sign up for the custom paint job backer level will get a set of custom painted figures like these from Rob Roberts, though instead of the more porous 3d print material they will be based on the smooth final-release injection molded figures. For more of Rob’s work, check his gallery here.

No two sets of custom decos will be alike, so everyone who backs at that level will have a one-of-a-kind BMOG collectible!