I saw something earlier tonight that got me thinking of the Twisted Toyfare Theatre comics. Got a couple of the volumes I have out and flipped through them. They have some good looking customs in there. I am just curious if anyone has ever really looked at some of these to figure out what pieces were put into this or that to make certain figures. Obviously a lot of them are cheap and quick figures made for a 1 or 2 frame bit here and there, but I am talking about some of their better made customs.
Not all of them are completely made from scratch. Many appear to be kit bashing combined with custom sculpts and or paint jobs. For example, their original Silver Surfer was simply a naked and bald Thor figure painted silver. Later versions in the strip have him as a better more Mego looking custom figure with (I believe) a custom sculpt.
Dr Doom in particular is one of their better customs and was a regular in the strip and also the figure that got me thinking about this. Doom appears to possibly be a kit bashed figure. But I am not sure what figures were used to make him. Looking through ebay, all the versions I see are either too big or too small and the hand sculpts aren't right. I don't think it is a shrink or enlarge deal either as the hand casts are different than the toys I see online. Anyone familiar with the series have any clue as to what was done to create this or any other custom Twisted Toyfare figure?