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Mously J Williams AKA a Mousling with a chainsaw for one arm and holding a sawed off shotgun in the other.

I'd buy three of these just on principle.

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So, does anyone know if those mouslings in the KS will be released in metal too? I prefer my mouslings to be metal personally...

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I don't know. I think in general, the style of the mouseling sculpts lend themselves well to being cast in Bones.

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Cthulhu investigator Mouslings...

 

H. P. Mousecraft.

 

Mousethulhu!

 

Wilbur Rately - The Spawn of Mouse Sothoth!

 

The Auld Grump, but really... it's all about a mouse in a straight jacket...

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Cthulhu investigator Mouslings...

 

H. P. Mousecraft.

 

Mousethulhu!

 

Wilbur Rately - The Spawn of Mouse Sothoth!

 

The Auld Grump, but really... it's all about a mouse in a straight jacket...

Wouldn't it be Cathulhu?

 

And a mouse in a straight jacket also gets my vote...

 

Oooooh. Mousing snake-worshippers for villains?

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Has anyone proposed trying to get the license to produce Mouse Guard mouslings?

 

Or perhaps Secret of NIMH mouslings?

 

 

 

I'd love to see a set of Mouseling Doctors, but I really wouldn't much care to see Reaper and Gene confronted with British lawyers. The BBC is pretty protective of their cash cow.

That being said, there's plenty of room for creativity. Steampunk mouselings would be great. And when I took Gene's sculpting class, I made a mouseling that looked a LOT like Wilford Brimley. The only bad part is that I hadn't actually intended to do that...

 

They could be "not-Doctor-Who" mouselings. Kind of like how these are "not-Weeping-Angel" minis, and these are "not-Dr.-Who-companions." ::D:

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

 

But there ARE official Doctor Who minis for the first 8 doctors.

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Long thread is long.

 

Has anyone proposed Mousqueteers?

You mean like Cubby, Annette, Christina, Justin, and Britney?

 

Cause I'd buy those for a dollar. ::):

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Cthulhu investigator Mouslings...

 

H. P. Mousecraft.

 

Mousethulhu!

 

Wilbur Rately - The Spawn of Mouse Sothoth!

 

The Auld Grump, but really... it's all about a mouse in a straight jacket...

Wouldn't it be Cathulhu?

And a mouse in a straight jacket also gets my vote...

Oooooh. Mousing snake-worshippers for villains?

I want a Cathulhu to fight my daughter Mouslings once they're painted LOL

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No they're new sculpts. Probably what Gene was working on last Reapercon when folks got a peek at his concepts.

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