This German KSK Custom Minifigure is from the German Army Special Forces and looks great and uses a range of third party LEGO compatable pieces.
The Tactical Vest is the dark tan Plate Carrier by CombatBrick, and there are a number of Tiny Tactical pieces such as the knee pads. The rifle which has been nicely painted is supposed to be a G3 DMR with an RIS, and the gloves are sculpted by G-Bricks.
Overall this minifigure looks great and the painted camouflage is very impressive. I really like the modifications to the tactical vest, where the pouches have been filed to give them a more rounded look.
Great custom minifigure!
The Mummy Custom Minifigure looks great with some very nice sculpting work to create the bandages and fantastic paintwork to produce the shading.
The weapons go really well with the minifigure and overall it is a very creative piece of work.
This Star Wars Bounty Hunter Custom Minifigure looks amazing and features a decal robotic arm and a communicator which notifies him of his next bounty. The helmet and rocket backpack are from Arealight and the weapon is by Brickforge.
The purple and silver colours stand-out along with the gold visor.
Overall an excellent custom minifigure.
The 501st are one of the only recognisable American Units still left fighting the War. Following the “Incident” in Russia, all the Allied powers officially laid down their arms to avoid a similar fate. As his last act in power President Roosevelt sanctioned a splinter resistance force just before he succumbed to a zombie bite…
The 501 is the first US unit to desegregate race, realising that Nazi Germany has allied itself with an extraterrestrial and therefore people of different skin colours are far less of a worry than they had originally thought.
Pictured here left to right are the boys of the 501st Airborne.
Corporal radio operator – Frank “Old Boy” Henderson
Private Moses “MoJo” Johnson
Captain – William “Wild Bill” Hancock
Private Zeke “Stinky Z” Dickinson
MP – Hank “Evil Eye” Bertram
Private Samuel “The Mule” Anderson (kneeling)
Private – Ricky “The Tank” Fowler
Private – Johnny “Bucky” Youngbuck (with knife)
Private – Jake “Hotsauce” Carter
This is a great set of custom minifigures with the Wright Brother Orville printed torso, and a nice variety of custom guns.
Christo released this Purple Joker custom minifigure quite a while ago now, however it is still one of his best releases, and inspired by the Joker character from the 2008 The Dark Knight film played by Heath Ledger.
LEGO have just released the The Tumbler 76023 inspired by Batman The Dark Knight Trilogy which features Batman and The Joker minifigures.
Overall, this is a great custom minifigure and Christo has released him in a range of colours including black, yellow, orange, white and grey. If the LEGO Tumbler set is too expensive for you, then this Purple Joker will make a great addition to your Batman minifigure collection.
What do you guys think?
You can buy this Christo Purple Joker Custom Minifigure from Minifigures.co.uk