Cero, the final 2014 Giant

The young son of our prototyper Marty “THEGODBEAST” Hansen, MJ, had a fascinating idea for a wrestler when we first started this up.  He envisioned a wrestling Rhino. We took to it instantly and started the development process based on MJ’s original sketch.

With the bulk of Goliath, Cero charges into the ring taking down any and all who stand in his way.  He is no ordinary Rhino, born and raised near a Volcano in Hawaii he has adapted to the heat thus changing the color of his skin.

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Look for him to be released in late 2014!

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7 Responses to Cero, the final 2014 Giant

  1. Feroz Nazir says:

    Nice!

    Given the source and color, is there any chance we’ll see an “Infection” variant? 😉

    • Mark says:

      There is always that chance 😉 Clear variants though depend on what we will lose as far as seeing the details. The downside to our figures being so extremely detailed is things like clear and glow in the dark do a disservice to the sculpts.

      But other than Widowmaker there is no other character that screams Infection like Cero 🙂

  2. Michael J. Hilliard says:

    Neat

    Neat.

  3. THEGODBEAST says:

    We could always try to do an INFECTION RED in SOLID instead of clear…

    • Feroz Nazir says:

      Didn’t you have red (clear) versions of Ulric, Goliath and Widowmaker on display at C2E2?

      Was a lot of detail lost on those?

      • Mark says:

        The detail is always there, but with clear ones you physically have to have them in hand to see it and then depending on the color you might need light to see them. Unlike solids or metallics where the detail photographs well and you can see it from some distance. When we say lose detail manes as a display piece. Clears do not do them justice because you cannot see the details unless you are physically holding it in your hands.

        • Feroz Nazir says:

          Ah, thanks for CLEARing that up!

          I think you already have a nice range with: Basic, Aztec and Thermal.

          Still, some collectors love all things clear and bright, so keep your options open. 😉

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