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Rob Liefeld and LooseCollector dig into the Extreme Catalog for new action figures

Though he’s been working with his own characters for a long time, there’s been a dearth of Rob Liefeld action figures. Well, till now anyway.

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Probably still best known as a creative force at Marvel Comics, with characters like Deadpool and Cable, Rob Liefeld has down a heck of a lot more in the decades since. The penciler and creator has birthed a multitude of heroes and villains as a part of Image, and with titles from his own Extreme Catalog.

Now collector-aimed toy company LooseCollector is looking to correct that little oversight, teaming with Liefeld to produce a series of new figures. Those will launch in the third quarter of this year with Cabbot Stone and Bloodwulf leading the charge, but that’s just the start.

From there, LooseCollector will be looking to expand into 2025 with even more. As for the initial two that you see below though, you should be able to grab some pre-orders right now.

Having received countless requests from fans for new action figures inspired by his beloved characters, Rob Liefeld found the perfect partner in LooseCollector. LooseCollector is planning a 3rd Quarter 2024 release for Bloodstrike and Bloodwulf. Pre-orders are available now. LooseCollector’s Dave Cardenas adds “We are excited by the support that the fans have shown for this line up and we expect an expanded wave of Extreme Action figures for 2025. 

Bloodstrike and Bloodwulf, initially introduced in 1992 during the inception of Image Comics, quickly became fan favorites, each selling over one million copies upon release. Known for their distinct Rob Liefeld aesthetic, the action figures boast intricate details, weaponry, gear, and of course, plenty of pouches, capturing the essence of the characters.

Rob Liefeld couldn’t contain his enthusiasm for the figures, stating, “They look amazing; it was an immediate yes! Cabbot Stone has never looked better; it’s like he jumped off the page of Bloodstrike #1. Bloodwulf looks amazing; we couldn’t be re-entering the action figure space with better figures; these are outstanding. The fans have gone nuts for the previews we’ve shared.”

Liefeld Creations press release

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