These are all my figs put together to create a little photoshopped show. Enjoy. Feel free to use these figs as expendables in a comic, vig, dio, moc-murderer, or anything else.
About this creation
This is my main siggy Bob. He has the standard flat hair, like me, a brown jacket, brown pants, and a head I donít know how to explain. Hair piece comes in many sets, jacket is somewhat old, pants you can find in a set, and the head is from series 3 minifigures baseball player. The gun is a trans-blue (love that color) AC-8. And no, I don't play baseball.
Bob from a side view saying hi. It really shows off his AC-8.
Nick is Bobís apprentice and is somewhat criminal likeÖ He has the auburn hair from the city travelers set ($5) and the torso/legs are also from that set. In fact, the only thing different from the set is his head which is from the Jester Kingdoms set. He is seen in this Napa Valley trip
Here is my Men in Black Siggy with his 1911 (Brickarms)Inspired by Christian Collins Agent C
Seeing a Castle body laying around, I decided that I needed a castle fig just so if a castle person saw this and needed an expendable soldier in battle he/she could use it. *wink wink*
My British Siggy who can be equipped with either the Brickarms SMLE or M1, But I think right now he is one happy Brit.
Okay, same thing as the castle guy. You can use him as an expendable soldier. You may recognize his suit from this .
World War Two Fig Bob has the American Pot helmet and a Brickarms M1A1.
And to show that Iím not completely an American lover in WW2, here is my Werchamaht Soldier. He is plain and sort of stupid. But hey, I donít specialize in WW2.
I got a new Atlantis set and decided I like the yellow one over the green one, so here is my Atlantis fig.
This guy can be used as both classic space and old space police. By the way, his name is Bob.
And this is Santa Bob who I felt worked out for this even though most people are now looking at their Christmas trees with disgust and glancing over at the chainsaw while the children beg and plead.
The Yellow figs have the baseball player head, but the peachy figs have the standard smile.
This is my Jedi Knight Bob who has a green saber and regular knight gear. No he did not survive order 66 like some other Jedi across Mocpages.
I felt that I wanted to be in the Republic Milita, so I used the hoth suit and a brickarms grenade launcher and a standard grenade.
This is my Clone Trooper siggy. He has a Brickarms sniper rifle.
My Rebellion siggy Bob who is stationed on Endor after the rebel victory against the Empire.
My silver stormtrooper lieutenant who leads Imperial troops bravely into battle.
Erm, letís move along nowÖ.
Lastly, my rebel pilot Bob. He is that unidentified pilot dancing with the Ewok at the celebration.
Here is an alternate if you donít happen to have the Baseball player.
And hereís another alternate if you donít have the torso. (This one is Indiana Jones)
You could also combine the substituted parts and whatnot to create another alternate fig.
But please, donít be looking for this series in Fall.
You have learned a few things today in the Moc. One, Iím a non-purist. Two, I like Star Wars. Three, I am a person to fall into peer pressure when it comes to siggys. Oh and by the way, if youíve read this far, why not RATE AND COMMENT! You can also suggest some figs I should add, or any suggestions to any of my figs. Thank you. This has been another Bob the Almighty production.
Cool! Nice figs. I really would have loved for some builds to go with them, but there different each time.
A. A. (AKA Noname)
January 23, 2011
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P.S. We just got series 3 figs! My brother got a baseball player and I may borrow a head from him, I got the elf and gorilla suit guy, my sister got a gorilla suit guy, and my mom, (Don't even ask) got a rapper! I felt my brother's and my bags to see what they were.