In November of 2012 what looked to be a third translucent Future Strength figure was discovered. The figure type appears to match the translucent Yellow Space Eskimo, but appeared to be an entirely new Future Strength sculpt.
Declaring it an official Future Strength figure was difficult, because it had never been documented in the original Future Strength color. Until today.
Chris K. sent in a picture of a lot of Future Strength figures he had purchased.
This confirmation puts the total figure count at the odd number of 11 discovered figures. There is no rule that states an even number of figures needs to be produced. Looking at the breakdown of the 11 figures there are six figures clearly inspired by M.U.S.C.L.E. figures and five, seemingly, original figures. This imbalance provides a valid opportunity to ask, “Is there at least one more sculpt out there?”
Perhaps it has already been discovered, but it has not been documented. If you have any Future Strength figures or packages to add to the archive, then please email a high-resolution picture to the University of M.U.S.C.L.E.. Please take the picture on a white background. Thank you!
I finished this post yesterday. The next day I found a 12th figure. I have named him Bate-Man.
Hopefully people like the name. If you don’t, then try putting “Patrick” in front of the name.
The figure is still for sale on eBay. Now that I have the pictures, I don’t really need the figure. If someone buys the figure (or already has the figure), then I’d love better pictures.
This is why I still enjoy the website. Knowledge is power. The more information that is shared the easier it becomes to make new discoveries.