“Heroes! TOXIC REAPA has escaped from Hero Factory and has been detected on his to home planet of Z’chaya. We need you to recapture him quick, but use caution. He’s armed with a deadly toxic waste attack, crushing claws and powerful laser cutters. Heroes, we’re counting on you!”
- Features toxic tanks, toxic jets, crushing claws and laser cutters
- Highly flexible and poseable elements
- Unique code for 200 game points for LEGO Hero Factory BREAKOUT game
- Battle with hero 6200 EVO!
- Combine with 6200 EVO for an even bigger model!
- Stands over 6" (15cm) tall
Toxic and cute; what an dangerous combination!
The Heroes get a standard "H", but the villians get a custom image. Nice touch. (The 3D effect of this is rather good.)
Nothing exciting on the back... so much so that it has no real "action" shot. Don't get me wrong though; I love how TLG are happy to sell shooter-less figures now.
Well it's time to unzip! Now that it's flat you can see it better. Evo seems to think he's going to get Toxic Reapa... but he'll be sludged.
The exciting contents! It's a bit hard to see thing like this so...
Lime lovers rejoice! (I'm becoming one! )
From an other perspective. Action figure sets often look a bit simplistic in this form though.
First off the head! I would like to say especially that it's wonderful to see a return of holed eyes. Even with nothing behind them I think they look a lot better.
Like other sets from this batch it's axeled and un-interesting inside. But it's a great head so I'm OK with that.
The hoses! A common theme at the moment. I'll have to make a MOC using all the colours!
Lime system! I love it when TLG mix normal system in action figure sets.
These are one of the highlights of the set. The colour works really well with this set.
People who buy cross-theme (like me!) will have plenty of these, but I think they're new in Hero Factory. In either case they're nice pieces.
Time to build! As a hunched-over type fig he's different. The pins on the shoulder are for the sludge, and the center parts are for the head and chest.
...and he's ready to sludge you!
From the rear he looks OK, but he's helped by the dark panels.
The spare parts... notice anything odd?
Yeah, one of the interesting things about this line is that you get a Hero badge regardless of if the set is a Hero or Villain. Did he steal it? Who knows! I do find it funny that they show it in the final instructions shot though.
They all have a unique (supposedly) code that gives you game credit.
The other side is much like previous badges, but they've used the same colour as the text to darken the insides.
I haven't tried the game yet but there's adverts for it in every instruction!
Toxic is a lot of fun, and friendly too!
But Evo will have none of that and he prepares the cuffs...
...but as promised he's sludged. Another happy ending.
Quite good actually! You'd think the hoses would be an annoyance by they are just the right length. Also, since most of his panels are the smaller ones his limbs have a good range of motion. 10/10
Aside from the mask, the biggest appeal is the recolours 7/10
One of my favorite small villains for a while. Even though I'm a bit tired of those feet parts the hunched-over look plus the big shoulders works really well. The colour scheme is especially good. 10/10
Sludge, sludge, sludge, sludge, sludge, sludge. 10/10
Getting the impression I like this one? No, well I do! Buy! 9/10
This review is part of a series. If you feel some aspect wasn't covered be sure to check my review for Black Phantom, Evo and Rocka before asking about it! I might improve some of these photos if time permits... but if you have anything in mind please feel free to ask.