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    Phicen Vampirella

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    A friend tipped me off about her earlier this morning.

    I'm quite surprised.

    For a while, I thought an officially licensed 1:6 Vampirella figure would never see light of day because of supposed licensing conditions/restrictions due to Sideshow's licensing agreement/rights over Vampirella. There have been some rumors and speculation over the years about the possibility of a 1:6 Vampirella figure, but nothing came to fruition.

    Take this with a grain of salt. From what I "heard", an interested party within the past few years at one point was very close to finalizing all the necessary legal and licensing agreements for a 1:6 Vampirella. Just as the official paperwork was to be signed by the agreeing parties . . . I heard another company @$$ hurt their way into the agreement that effectively ended it. That company apparently has a well known reputation for @$$ hurting their way into a variety licenses. I'm sure some will "get it".

    So ultimately, it appears (thus far) PHICEN (through business partnership . . . if you can call it that) with ER/GH managed to procure the license. I know many 1:6 collectors have reached out to PHICEN suggesting they consider Vampirella. WELL . . . I guess it's official short of an official announcement that is likely pending.

    I saw a variety of pictures from the CICF featuring the 2017 line up for PHICEN. If you're a PHICEN enthusiast/fan, then 2017 appears to be another solid year . . . short of the $%^& 1:6 offerings from PHICEN produced due to their business partnership with EXECUTIVE REPLICAS.

    One more thing. I heard that a somewhat known/recognized member of the 1:6 hobby has been boasting/claiming that she is responsible for giving ideas and inspiration for the 2017 line to PHICEN/ER/GH. She is fairly known at the SSF and here, but don't post much as far as I know. Apparently, she got called out on her bull$%^& making such claims repeatedly and is now on the $%^& list of one or more 1:6 discussion groups in social media. If any of you see such postings by her, then take it with a grain of salt.

    I might as well sell off my quartet of 1:6 VAMP SISTERS I purchased a year or so ago now. With PHICEN eventually producing the official "real deal", those figures are not worth what they once was. It's upgrade time.
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    F$&K!!!! I guess I don't need to finish my custom now.

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    Looked at this and thought, Wow, looks good -- but now that they've scored the two most logical comic book cover girls Vampi and Lady Death, there's not really that many characters left for them to do new, maybe they're gonna have to go into the "Variants, Revisits and Upgrades" phase.

    And sure enough, the very next post was "Red Sonja Deluxe."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonbase Alpha Male View Post
    Looked at this and thought, Wow, looks good -- but now that they've scored the two most logical comic book cover girls Vampi and Lady Death, there's not really that many characters left for them to do new, maybe they're gonna have to go into the "Variants, Revisits and Upgrades" phase.

    And sure enough, the very next post was "Red Sonja Deluxe."
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    Take this with a grain of salt or a Lot's wife quantity of salt . . .

    There is rumor/speculation that PHICEN managed to procure the license for CONAN as well. Their interpretation of CONAN of course will supposedly utilize a more muscular version of their seamless male body with the appropriate height.

    That is it for now as more pictures and information continue to come from the CICF.
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    Vampirella was the only figure I theoretically wanted as a boxed figure from Phicen, so I'm super pleased to see this.

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    Undone comic characters that fit the Phicen female profile are down to very few. Honestly, who’s left? Zenescope still has a few second stringers, and the Snowwhite dressed character which might tick off Disney. In the Lady Death world there’s the Lady Demon variant, Chastity, Purgatori (and maybe the flesh-colored Lady Death but what’s the point of that). No one’s done London Night, and Razor and Lethal Strike might look good, but does anyone remember them from the 1990s. Darkchylde maybe? Warrior Nun Areala? Phicen getting Marvel or DC characters seems unlikely and anyway Elektra and maybe Psylocke are the only ones I’d get excited over. The only character I’d really, really like to see Phicen make is Dejah Thoris and hopefully with her book-accurate skin tone. Or come to think of it, Tarot Witch of the Black Rose is also a perfect Phicen subject.
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    Deja's Thoris would be awesome, but as you say, only if they get her skin-tone right... and they use the early Dynamite covers as their inspiration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaForceChung View Post
    I saw a variety of pictures from the CICF featuring the 2017 line up for PHICEN.
    Wow, I may have spoken too soon above, I really like the WoW Garona figure they showed as well. Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonbase Alpha Male View Post
    Undone comic characters that fit the Phicen female profile are down to very few. Honestly, who’s left? Zenescope still has a few second stringers, and the Snowwhite dressed character which might tick off Disney. In the Lady Death world there’s the Lady Demon variant, Chastity, Purgatori (and maybe the flesh-colored Lady Death but what’s the point of that). No one’s done London Night, and Razor and Lethal Strike might look good, but does anyone remember them from the 1990s. Darkchylde maybe? Warrior Nun Areala? Phicen getting Marvel or DC characters seems unlikely and anyway Elektra and maybe Psylocke are the only ones I’d get excited over. The only character I’d really, really like to see Phicen make is Dejah Thoris and hopefully with her book-accurate skin tone. Or come to think of it, Tarot Witch of the Black Rose is also a perfect Phicen subject.
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    Painkiller Jane is on the docket from PHICEN.

    IMHO, the auxiliary characters from Lady Death as mentioned would be good candidates.

    You have a point about what is left from Zenescope.

    Marvel and DC characters are definitely out of the picture without a doubt.

    I don't know what the current publishing rights or status for Darkchylde is , but it would be very interesting if she got the 1:6 treatment.

    The same goes for Razor and Lethal Strike from London Night Studios. I remember them. In fact, Shi made her very first appearance in Razor prior to the launch of her own series.

    David Mack's Kabuki also comes to mind, but there is a bit of a story behind it. Take it with a grain of salt. Supposedly, Kabuki was supposed to get the 1:6 treatment. Really. However, the 1:6 brand/manufacturer didn't go with the original source material concept/design and it was produced and released as something totally different. It was released back in 2015 and some of us did buy it. That is all I'll post/say about that. Yes. I purchased a few and she is nice figure, but I think of the potential for greatness that was lost.

    Warrior Nun Areala was one of my favorite independent titles from back in the day and I belive it would be a good match for PHICEN.

    Lady Mechankia and Wraithborn would also make great 1:6 offerings. Triad Toys at one point had a tentative deal with Joe Benitez to produce Wraithborn in 1:6, but nothing materialized given Triad's many failings and problems. Take this with a grain of salt. At one point, Lady Mechanika was being discussed for the 1:6 treatment as project for a 1:6 brand/manufacturer we all know who produced some worthwhile offerings for the past couple of years, but last I heard it was a matter of money and nailing down time for proper development and input from Joe Benitez.

    I think PHICEN or more specifically EXECUTIVE REPLICAS may want to reach out Image Comics and see if they have any female centric properties that would benefit from the 1:6 treatment, but I believe licensing at Image and the remaining studios under their umbrella such as Top Cow for example are problematic because Top Cow's characters such as Witchblade, The Darkness, and some others would be viable . . . but then again it has been how many years and no Top Cow characters received a proper official 1:6 treatment either to due to no interests from 1:6 brands/manufacturers or Top Cow is not interested or Top Cow supposedly have a difficult licensing experience/they want too much $? Then again, maybe the folks at Image Comics know of ER's reputation and they don't want anything to do with them regardless of the $?

    Don't forget PHICEN does have a few more prototypes unveiled in 2015 that did not see light of day in 2016. It's possible we may see a few more and I'm not referring to the 1:6 $%^& figures solicited under the ER branding, but produced by PHICEN (i.e. Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt, etc.).
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaForceChung View Post
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    Painkiller Jane is on the docket from PHICEN.

    IMHO, the auxiliary characters from Lady Death as mentioned would be good candidates.

    You have a point about what is left from Zenescope.

    Marvel and DC characters are definitely out of the picture without a doubt.

    I don't know what the current publishing rights or status for Darkchylde is , but it would be very interesting if she got the 1:6 treatment.

    The same goes for Razor and Lethal Strike from London Night Studios. I remember them. In fact, Shi made her very first appearance in Razor prior to the launch of her own series.

    David Mack's Kabuki also comes to mind, but there is a bit of a story behind it. Take it with a grain of salt. Supposedly, Kabuki was supposed to get the 1:6 treatment. Really. However, the 1:6 brand/manufacturer didn't go with the original source material concept/design and it was produced and released as something totally different. It was released back in 2015 and some of us did buy it. That is all I'll post/say about that. Yes. I purchased a few and she is nice figure, but I think of the potential for greatness that was lost.

    Warrior Nun Areala was one of my favorite independent titles from back in the day and I belive it would be a good match for PHICEN.

    Lady Mechankia and Wraithborn would also make great 1:6 offerings. Triad Toys at one point had a tentative deal with Joe Benitez to produce Wraithborn in 1:6, but nothing materialized given Triad's many failings and problems. Take this with a grain of salt. At one point, Lady Mechanika was being discussed for the 1:6 treatment as project for a 1:6 brand/manufacturer we all know who produced some worthwhile offerings for the past couple of years, but last I heard it was a matter of money and nailing down time for proper development and input from Joe Benitez.

    I think PHICEN or more specifically EXECUTIVE REPLICAS may want to reach out Image Comics and see if they have any female centric properties that would benefit from the 1:6 treatment, but I believe licensing at Image and the remaining studios under their umbrella such as Top Cow for example are problematic because Top Cow's characters such as Witchblade, The Darkness, and some others would be viable . . . but then again it has been how many years and no Top Cow characters received a proper official 1:6 treatment either to due to no interests from 1:6 brands/manufacturers or Top Cow is not interested or Top Cow supposedly have a difficult licensing experience/they want too much $? Then again, maybe the folks at Image Comics know of ER's reputation and they don't want anything to do with them regardless of the $?

    Don't forget PHICEN does have a few more prototypes unveiled in 2015 that did not see light of day in 2016. It's possible we may see a few more and I'm not referring to the 1:6 $%^& figures solicited under the ER branding, but produced by PHICEN (i.e. Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt, etc.).
    I wasn't speaking of the TV or movie women but only of the comics female characters. Technically Barbarella is a comics character and would fit Phicen, but everyone would expect Jane Fonda and that's never gonna happen. Right, I agree Witchblade would an obvious Phicen profile choice but I thought the licensing would be impracticable.

    I can't believe they haven't licensed Tarot, she's totally in the Phicen profile and she's creator controlled so all they have to do is talk to Balent -- on the other hand the problem may be that even Phicen can't make breasts that are big enough...
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    She does look really good, maybe she will make a nice Second in Command for my Lady Death figure? I have been considering La Muerta for that position but Vampirella might be even better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonbase Alpha Male View Post
    I wasn't speaking of the TV or movie women but only of the comics female characters. Technically Barbarella is a comics character and would fit Phicen, but everyone would expect Jane Fonda and that's never gonna happen. Right, I agree Witchblade would an obvious Phicen profile choice but I thought the licensing would be impracticable.

    I can't believe they haven't licensed Tarot, she's totally in the Phicen profile and she's creator controlled so all they have to do is talk to Balent -- on the other hand the problem may be that even Phicen can't make breasts that are big enough...
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    So was I.

    All the female characters I stated are comic book characters from the 90s.

    I had to clarify/edit my original post you quoted me on so you may want to revise/update it as well.
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    I think Phicen is in an interesting dilemma because of their prior choices. Like the natural state of growth would suggest they'd start doing bigger US licenses but their previous porn figures probably make that impossible... like I can't imagine Disney ever licensing Marvel to them(even if Sideshow/Hot Toys released their stranglehold). Or WB giving them a DC license. The companies they *are* licensing from are pretty small-scale.

    SOTA Toys sidestepped this issue by releasing their porn figures(1:10 scale) under a different company name(Plastic Fantasy). Probably would've been smart to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BADDOG-787 View Post
    She does look really good, maybe she will make a nice Second in Command for my Lady Death figure? I have been considering La Muerta for that position but Vampirella might be even better?
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    ALL of my Vampirella figures are panicking that they'll be cast off . . . and they're right.



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    So was I.

    All the female characters I stated are comic book characters from the 90s.

    I had to clarify/edit my original post you quoted me on so you may want to revise/update it as well.
    Your quote fixed, thanks. It's interesting that most of the characters that come to mind are from the 90's, and that's probably not just because we're old . 90's comics had more Phicen-type females than current comics do. Just Tarot and the Zenescope ones are current, and Dejah Thoris is current in comics though really 1917.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesparrow View Post
    I think Phicen is in an interesting dilemma because of their prior choices. Like the natural state of growth would suggest they'd start doing bigger US licenses but their previous porn figures probably make that impossible... like I can't imagine Disney ever licensing Marvel to them(even if Sideshow/Hot Toys released their stranglehold). Or WB giving them a DC license. The companies they *are* licensing from are pretty small-scale.

    SOTA Toys sidestepped this issue by releasing their porn figures(1:10 scale) under a different company name(Plastic Fantasy). Probably would've been smart to do that.
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    DC and Marvel is out of PHICEN's league considering their business reputation with Executive Replicas and ER's dubious history from business and licensing practices.

    There is no consideration or opportunity for PHICEN to ever consider themselves as a contender for DC & Marvel licenses. That is the plain reality and truth of the matter and not necessarily due to producing a couple of porn star figures (Seka & Sarina Valentina).

    PHICEN still have some production design and quality issues they need to contend with.

    If PHICEN wants to really and truly to breakout and succeed beyond what they're doing now, then they need to disassociate themselves from the ER/GH business partnership and bring on board seasoned professionals who can truly take their company to new heights, but PHICEN's owner is an ignorant @$$hole and he only maintains the business partnership with ER/GH because it doesn't cost him much or it's "free".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonbase Alpha Male View Post
    Undone comic characters that fit the Phicen female profile are down to very few. Honestly, who’s left? Zenescope still has a few second stringers, and the Snowwhite dressed character which might tick off Disney. In the Lady Death world there’s the Lady Demon variant, Chastity, Purgatori (and maybe the flesh-colored Lady Death but what’s the point of that). No one’s done London Night, and Razor and Lethal Strike might look good, but does anyone remember them from the 1990s. Darkchylde maybe? Warrior Nun Areala? Phicen getting Marvel or DC characters seems unlikely and anyway Elektra and maybe Psylocke are the only ones I’d get excited over. The only character I’d really, really like to see Phicen make is Dejah Thoris and hopefully with her book-accurate skin tone. Or come to think of it, Tarot Witch of the Black Rose is also a perfect Phicen subject.

    How about a Vanessa Helsing?

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    How about a Vanessa Helsing?
    Which one are you thinking of? Vanessa Van Helsing from DC Night Force is kind of a minor character; the new TV show Vanessa Helsing (Kelly Overton) is kind of new, and not all that distinctive looking. And Phicen has already done Zenescope Van Helsing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaForceChung View Post
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    If PHICEN wants to really and truly to breakout and succeed beyond what they're doing now, then they need to disassociate themselves from the ER/GH business partnership and bring on board seasoned professionals who can truly take their company to new heights, but PHICEN's owner is an ignorant @$$hole and he only maintains the business partnership with ER/GH because it doesn't cost him much or it's "free".
    I think there's also an issue that Phicen originally felt uneducated about the North American collectibles market and probably about character licensing generally, and they relied on ER/GH for that. By now Phicen has either picked up a bit of licensing knowledge of its own, or their business contacts are made easier because they've established themselves, and potential licensors already know their work. So maybe they'll fly solo more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonbase Alpha Male View Post
    Which one are you thinking of? Vanessa Van Helsing from DC Night Force is kind of a minor character; the new TV show Vanessa Helsing (Kelly Overton) is kind of new, and not all that distinctive looking. And Phicen has already done Zenescope Van Helsing.
    The new TV show Vanessa Helsing which is inspired by Zenescope graphic novels series "Helsing", the older Phicen is Liesel Van Helsing, I guess there both daughter Abraham Van Helsing. Maybe she will get more interesting later on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BADDOG-787 View Post
    The new TV show Vanessa Helsing which is based on a Zenescope character, the older Phicen is Liesel Van Helsing, I guess there both daughter Abraham Van Helsing. Maybe she will get more interesting later on?
    I don't think there's any connection between the TV show and Zenescope, and there's no reference to Zenescope or its people in the credits, although Zenescope has been coyly saying things to the press like "we can't yet confirm the degree of our involvement in that TV series." I thought it was one of those things like Wynonna Earp with drastic changes but a notional connection to the comic, but apparently not so.

    By "not that distinctive looking" I only meant she doesn't have a unique costume that might appeal to Phicen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonbase Alpha Male View Post
    I don't think there's any connection between the TV show and Zenescope, and there's no reference to Zenescope or its people in the credits, although Zenescope has been coyly saying things to the press like "we can't yet confirm the degree of our involvement in that TV series." I thought it was one of those things like Wynonna Earp with drastic changes but a notional connection to the comic, but apparently not so.

    By "not that distinctive looking" I only meant she doesn't have a unique costume that might appeal to Phicen.
    yep your right, it is inspired by Zenescope graphic novels series "Helsing", toward the end of the show before the credits. (I had to freeze frame it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaForceChung View Post
    I might as well sell off my quartet of 1:6 VAMP SISTERS I purchased a year or so ago now. With PHICEN eventually producing the official "real deal", those figures are not worth what they once was. It's upgrade time.
    Just keep one red costume since Phicen's 2-piece bikini costume isn't comic accurate... although i've seen an artwork of Milo Manara of her wearing that kind of 2-piece bikini...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BADDOG-787 View Post
    yep your right, it is inspired by Zenescope graphic novels series "Helsing", toward the end of the show before the credits. (I had to freeze frame it)
    Interesting, good to know. Tough to see any connection between a post-apocalyptic vampire dominated world (tv) and contemporary London (comics). Rumor is that Zenescope tried to shop an adaptation of the comics, while ScyFy was developing its independent Walking Dead clone of the same name, and realizing they shared the same name they kind of agreed to slightly cross-promote. Maybe a Zenescope connection will encourage Phicen to take interest in doing a show figure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonbase Alpha Male View Post
    Interesting, good to know. Tough to see any connection between a post-apocalyptic vampire dominated world (tv) and contemporary London (comics). Rumor is that Zenescope tried to shop an adaptation of the comics, while ScyFy was developing its independent Walking Dead clone of the same name, and realizing they shared the same name they kind of agreed to slightly cross-promote. Maybe a Zenescope connection will encourage Phicen to take interest in doing a show figure.
    There's only one problem. The TV show kinda sucks (no pun intended).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stryker2011 View Post
    There's only one problem. The TV show kinda sucks (no pun intended).
    Yeah, there's that. Sucky sources can still make good figures (the Zenescope comic kinda sucks too but visually I love that Van Helsing figure). But the Van Helsing show both sucks and doesn't have a visual appeal that stands out.
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    Great article and pictures ! I guess I'm going to have direct deposit sent to Phiicen !
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollotomasi View Post
    Just keep one red costume since Phicen's 2-piece bikini costume isn't comic accurate... although i've seen an artwork of Milo Manara of her wearing that kind of 2-piece bikini...
    You know, in the pics I hadn't actually noticed she isn't wearing the classic iconic Vampirella monokini (or whatever you call it). What she's wearing is sexy but it isn't Vampi. What a disappointment.
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