With just a couple weeks left to order the upcoming new wave of Mythic Legions figures, Four Horsemen Studios has released a bio for the Red Shield Soldier character. This is one of the new characters in their Mythic Legions: Arethyr line. *Pre-order cut off September 30th for this line*
You can read the new bio, thanks to the Four Horsemen Studios’ official Instagram page.
In the days immediately following the vanquishment of the Dark Riders of Mythoss, evil uprisings continued. Small bands of warriors were formed to combat these remaining threats. These bands eventually grew to become some of the greatest warriors in modern Mythoss. One of the fiercest of their armies was eventually absorbed into the army of Leodysseus and became known as the Red Shield- named for the bloody symbols which soldiers marked on their shields during battle. With the return of Arethyr, The Red Shield has been resurrected as an elite fighting force within the army of Leodysseus and has been tasked with eradicating this new threat.
About Four Horsemen Studios:
After a groundbreaking run designing and sculpting over 100 figures for Mcfarlane Toys between 1993 and 1999, the future members of Four Horsemen Studios left to form their own toy design firm.
In September of 1999, Four Horsemen Studios was born. For 14 years, the studio has been designing and producing some of the finest action figures and collectibles in the toy industry. Through an unprecedented partnership with the world’s largest toy company, Mattel, the studio has created hundreds of award winning figures for lines as varied as Masters of the Universe, The Dark Knight, Harry Potter, DC Universe Classics, and Man of Steel to name a few.
In 2005, Four Horsemen Studios began creating their own properties and designing and manufacturing the toys to support them. The studio has developed several fan favorite properties including: Seventh Kingdom, Gothitropolis, Magma Corps, and Symbiotech. These properties have yielded numerous figures that have amassed a fan base across the globe.
In early 2010, the Horsemen brought their business to the next level by making the leap into licensed action figures. The studio signed a deal to produce figures based on the 60’s sci-fi toy line The Outer Space Men.
With plans for new and exciting projects for years to come, there is no doubt that fantastic things are in store for Four Horsemen fans!