Adult Mohawk gets the darker green body, and still has a light yellow stomach. His ears are gigantic, sticking out way wider than his arms, and they're painted with little stripes along the lower edge. He's got his extra-pointy "beard" coming down off his chin, and his namesake mohawk of spikes is painted bright red. He does look quite intimidating, even at this little size!
Hey, look at that! It's our old favorite, the Electric Gremlin! Either Jakks used the same specific frame of animation NECA used, or they based this on NECA's toy. It's even got the same kind of base holding it up. The major difference is that here it's molded in light blue, rather than translucent blue. The eyes and mouth are painted even lighter. The layers of the sculpt are just thick enough to create shapes, while not making the living lightning look too thick.
The Spoiled Rottens can be found discarded all over the place in the Transformers BotBots mall - this one, for example, is near one of the trashcans, up on Level 3.
Oh wow, wasn't expecting this! Day 18 brings the set's second Gizmo - Combat Gizmo. His new head is sculpted with angry eyes, and has a red bandana tied around the top. It's not really clear how that would stay in place, since it just seems to lay on top of his scalp, but that's movie magic for you. He doesn't have his bow and arrow, because that would require a different body mold, but the head is enough to get the idea across.
Today's review of Morlun said the character was part of one of ToyFare magazine's memorable jokes. Here it is:
It then cuts to Aunt May serving Wolverine a big stack of wheatcakes.
That's from the story "Up and Adamantium," in issue #106. And if you want to read all about Wolverine's very busy day, you can do that here.
Well that's out of order, isn't it? Getting George's mogwai form four days after getting him as a gremlin? And three days after little Lenny? His dark fur makes him look a lot like Mohawk, so it's a good thing he's missing that trademark hairdo. Fur-do? Also, why does a mogwai with dark grey fur grow up to be a green gremlin? Mogwai George is frowning at us, as he should.
Oh, okay: the reason George was green was because Lenny was going to be brown. (He still could have been the dark green, though.) Lenny's still no larger than usual, but the new head really sells who it is and who it's meant to be. His ears droop down, his eyes look vacant, and his big square overbite pokes out the front of his mouth. Like his leader, he has black lines painted on his arms.
Wait, they do have brown plastic! So why was George green? This is the same gremlin body we saw from the first movie, just done in a nice tan. And they painted some black spots in his ears. Plus the eyes are yellow, rather than red. It may still be a cannon-fodder beast, but it looks different and spices up the display.
As mentioned in today's review, here's how Blackheart looked when you first unlocked the skin: