Nice to see somebody knows enough about the original "Outer Limits" to know that (according to David Schow's book) the creatures/aliens/etc were known as "bears".This isn't one of my favorite OL "bears", but this piece is changing my mind...
Chinxy,WOW! Now that looks interesting to even me and I have the old Lunor kit from many years ago! How much is he going to be?
Well what got my attention is the look and size of this one! And how much is this big guy going to be? I think this would look good next to my other Outer Limits (9) kits that I've built! By the way, will this one have a base?Chinxy,
I'm sure you will find that "this" Thetan (Saturn Ltd.) will blow the Lunar one away! Though you did do a nice job on your Lunar one.
Yep! This one (like the first two kits) will have a base. I'll be sculpting this base, too. Isn't Todd (the sculptor) doing a dynamite job on this kit of the Thetan? This is probably my favorite "bear" from the original Outer Limits.Well what got my attention is the look and size of this one! And how much is this big guy going to be? I think this would look good next to my other Outer Limits (9) kits that I've built! By the way, will this one have a base?
That was the episode called "Fun and Games". They were called Calco Galaxy Primitives. I built that model a few years ago (8) and it was by Dimensional Designs.who were the guys that hunted the guy and gal with those spiked
boomerangs? My favorite episode!
Yep! They have my vote! :woohoo:The Sixth Finger is kind of a given...I'd put in votes for the Ebonite Interrogator from "Nightmare" and the Calco galaxy primitive from "Fun and Games" also...anybody else fans of these two "bears"?