Those of you who came by the Four Horsemen booth at the 2017 San Diego Comic Con got to see firsthand the two newly revealed “Ogre Scale” figures to the Mythic Legions line – the Alpha Ogre and the Barbarian Berzerker (these names are their current working titles, and may change before their actual release).

At around 9 inches tall, these two big beasts are actually in scale with the rest of the Mythic Legions line of action figures, and you can see a shot of the Alpha Ogre towering over an Orc in the images below. Also, even though these are the initial prototypes, there are a few minor tweaks we’re going to do to them before we’ll call them finalized, and there will definitely be other characters and races in this scale before we begin pre-orders for these figures. We’re shooting for around $50.00 price point for each of these guys. Fingers crossed…

We’re hoping to have new Mythic LegionsOgre Scale” character reveals for this scale, as well as the pre-orders for the first figures in this scale during the New York Toy Fair in February 2018.




We’re back in the studio from a week at the 2017 San Diego Comic Con, and we couldn’t be happier about all of the positive responses Mythic Legions got while we were there.

The biggest news was the reveal of two of the characters from what we’re referring to as the “Ogre scale” line of Mythic Legions figures. Standing about nine inches tall, these guys tower over the normal humanoid Mythic Legions characters, but aren’t quite as large as the Trolls. The first two we’ve revealed are a pair we’re currently calling the “Alpha Ogre” and the “Barbarian Berzerker“. These names will probably change before everything’s said and done, but we’ll post some official pics and more info for those two tomorrow.

Fans loved seeing the Mythic Legions: Advent of Decay & Mythic Legions: Coliseum figures in person at our booth, and all of the responses were positive and enthusiastic. Rahmulus didn’t make it into the Comic Con box, and held down the fort here at the studio while we were away, but he was there in spirit.

Speaking of Mythic Legions: Coliseum, the pre-order for that wave is up now on Store Horsemen and rolling along well. We’ve got 6 piece sets for the Legion Builder figures and a specially priced All-In (War) set, so be sure to get over there and place your pre-order soon!

Up next? Well, lots of things. But right now, the only thing we’re going to mention is the upcoming All-Stars fan vote. We’re going to create a poll on after the pre-orders for Mythic Legions: Coliseum ends which will list all of the characters from Mythic Legions 1.0, Mythic Legions 1.5, and Mythic Legions: Covenant of Shadow, and all you’ll have to do is go in there and choose your eight favorite characters. The eight most popular of those will become the next wave of Mythic Legions: All-Stars! More info on this as we get closer.




Two of the recently revealed characters from Mythic Legions: ColiseumAdamonn and Keltuss – will be making their debut and will be in hand & up for sale in verily limited numbers at the 2017 Power-ConSeptember 9th & 10th in Los Angeles, CA!

A certain amount will be set aside for each day of the show, so if you miss out on the 9th, come back on the 10th and try your luck again! Get there early though, because if you were there for the sale of the Mythic Legions: Unkann figure at the last Power-Con, you’ll know that they were all completely sold out FAST!

There will be no pre-order for the limited supply of Adamonn and Keltuss figures that will be up for sale at Power-Con, and it will be a “strictly cash only” sale, but if you are lucky enough to get yours at the show, you’ll be able to walk away with your Adamonn and Keltuss figures months before the Store Horsemen pre-orders for the Mythic Legions: Coliseum wave are shipped out! The figures can be purchased separately and each figure will be $35.00.

Good luck, and we’ll see you at the 2017 Power Con!!



Coming this Wednesday, July 19th 2017 @ 5:00pm EST on Store Horsemen the pre-order for Mythic Legions: Coliseum begins! The pre-order is planned to run until Friday, August 18th 2017 @ 5:00pm EST.

This wave will contain all eight of the recently revealed Mythic Legions: Coliseum characters – Adamonn ($35), Halmyr Goldentooth ($35), Keltuss ($35), Rahmulus ($35), Raygorr ($35), the Orc Legion Builder 3 ($28), the Black Knight Legion Builder ($22), and Brontus the Arena Troll ($100)!

There will be specially priced multi-item sets available, and if you’d like to see all of the Mythic Legions: Coliseum prototypes in person, we’ll have them all on dipslay at the Four Horsemen booth (#3345) at the San Diego Comic Con!

Please be aware that this is a pre-order, and payment will be collected at the time the pre-order is placed, or very soon thereafter. Because we’re currently in production on the Mythic Legion: Advent of Decay wave, we can’t yet say for certain when the Mythic Legions: Coliseum wave will be arriving and shipping out to customers, but our hope is to have them in stock and shipping in winter of 2017/2018. But because of production timing, they might not be in stock and shipping until Spring/Summer 2018. Also, since there’s new tooling going into Brontus, the Arena Troll, it’s possible that he may have to ship at a later date, separate from the other figures in the wave. We’ll update everyone on this as soon as we have more information.

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The best of the best have won the long, bloody day within the Mercurian Coliseum. Drawn together into the center of the arena, all of the days’ victors are met with resounding cheers from the massive crowd of rabid spectators. Vigorously congratulating one another and waving valiantly to their supposedly adoring fans above, the combatants suddenly realize that the attention of the crowd is not actually focused on themselves, but on a large, slowly opening doorway off to the side of the arena. A warm, foul stench begins to belch forth from the black opening, and something from within lets out a terrifyingly primal roar. As a large, single blue eye peers out from the darkness, the crowd grows silent in anticipation of the slaughter that’s about to begin. Slaughter at the massive hands of Brontus, the Arena Troll (character weapon not yet shown)

Mythic Legions: Coliseum – pre-orders begin July 19th, 2017 on Store Horsemen. More details coming soon.


Having been the only combatant to ever use his feared abilities of dark sorcery along with his own physical might while battling in the arena, his name still echoes as if hissed by a mountain of snakes from deep within the tunnels of the Mercurian Coliseum. Keltuss!

Mythic Legions: Coliseum – pre-orders begin July 19th, 2017 on Store Horsemen. More details coming soon.

Keltuss will not only be available for pre-order along with the rest of the Mythic Legions: Coliseum wave, but he and Adamonn will also be in stock and up for sale in very limited amounts at Power-Con 2017 (Sept. 9 & 10). No pre-orders allowed for the Power-Con sales – in show sales only. Details about that sale coming soon.


One of the most retold stories of the Mercurian Coliseum is about a set of twins that were reported to have been abducted as young boys and forced to train for, and eventually fight in, the constantly blood spattered central arena. These two became a singular legend throughout Mythoss, always victoriously battling side by side against every opponent who sought to defeat them no matter how large or numerous. After his brother’s mysterious disappearance, the warrior known only as Rahmulus vowed to escape the dark walls of the Mercurian Coliseum at any cost so that he and his sibling could be united once more.

Mythic Legions: Coliseum – pre-orders begin July 19th, 2017 on Store Horsemen. More details coming soon.


From all across the world warriors were gathered either voluntarily, or sometimes by force, to test their mettle within the walls of the Mercurian Coliseum. One such combatant arrived from far away with a knowledge of battle never before seen in the lands of Mythoss. His speed, precision and hand to hand combat techniques were unmatched, and his enemies were quickly dispatched with a ferocious flurry of fists and feet. Whether with his hands alone, or with any weapon he was supplied, Raygorr instilled the fear of the power of his namesake – the dragon – into his opponents.

This figure is being created as a tribute figure to the memory of Mythic Legions fan Raymond Wu who passed away suddenly last year. Ray was an outspoken and loyal supporter of both Mythic Legions and Four Horsemen Toy Design, as well as a valued customer and beloved member of the various Mythic Legions message boards and Facebook pages. We don’t feel out of line at all when we say that Ray’s presence will not only be missed by us here at Four Horsemen Studios, but it will also be greatly missed by the many Mythic Legions fans and board members who came in contact with him. A percentage of the proceeds of the sale of each Raygarr figure sold will go to help support Ray’s enormous funeral costs, and to hopefully lessen a little of the financial burden upon Ray’s family members. Rest in peace, Ray.