I've always respected McFarlane toys for their awesome sculpting and painting, but the subject matter just never was for me. Now they've come out with a line of Robots. I like Robots. So I picked three of 'em up. The Cyber Units are very much like other McFarlane toys. The detail, sculpting, painting, and designs are all world-class. Articulation and play-ability take a back-seat to visuals and style. And they are quite delicate. Anyway, here's the three I picked up (I think 6 sculpts exist). Again, no real camera or lights available to me at this time, so I'm making due with the point n' shoot: Upon close inspection they all are 100% robotic in sculpting, but the overall asthetic seems to be skeletons in armor. I guess McFarlane likes the whole "Hell" thing. The fiction behind them claims that they are mass-production models, but if anything they look like something made from whatever was available in the mad scientist's garage. No matter, I like the look. The "big" blue guy is almost totally a statue. What little articulation he has is hampered by feet that will only cooperate in 1 or 2 positions. The red guy has decent articulation. If he was a TF people would complain that his legs can't spread, but as a display piece he can give you what you want. The smaller blue guy can move and balance with TF-level freedom. Anyway, I've never seen these before so I thought I'd post 'em... And is it me or does the whole huge-shin-thin-thigh look remind you of what Dr Whily might build to fight Megaman if he ever really got serious?