Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Stikfas Beta Female Warrior with Dragon

Stikfas were initially sold in sturdy white cardboard boxes. Inside the box was a Stikfas logo ziplock bag containing the Action Figure Kit, several promotional and instructional post cards, and a sheet of stickers. Stikfas Action Figure Kit (AFK) was a super-articulated 3-inch figure you assembled and configured in numerous ways. With its unique design and solid parts, the Stikfas AFK is both playable and customizable.

This was the first Stikfas deluxe Beta Female Warrior with Dragon boxed set (two more different color schemes would follow later). The Beta Female has a feminine shape, is shorter than the Alpha male, and has a different style waist.



The female warrior was made to have the body shape of the opposite sex as opposed to the Stikfas male figure but what was really cool about this set was the dragon.


The Stikfas Dragon was really something. The multiple joints meant that this creature was really articulated and you could get some really nice dragon poses.


I liked how the limbs and tail are designed as well as the segmented wings, like a giant bat's.


You could attach a seat on the dragon's back for the female warrior to sit on


The sticker of the fire extinguisher was added just for FUN ;p You know what they say, "Where there's a dragon, there's bound to be fire!"


Close-ups of the Stikfas Beta Female Warrior, armed with sword, spear and shield




More pictures of the Stikfas Beta Female Warrior with Dragon (click on the landscape pictures for a bigger and better view) including side profiles and close-ups






Here's a picture of size comparisons between the Stikfas Beta Female Warrior and the Dragon.


2 comments:

laME boy said...

Lol I still remember contemplating as to whether I should buy this set a long time ago. In the end, I decided not to. :/

@lex Gen X 1:6 Hardcore said...

i was quite supportive of the Singapore brand, and also thought they were quite innovative in their approach - quite a lot of fresh ideas when they started, then it was just repaints and repaints and.... demise :(