Leave it to the creative minds of Mad Force Toys to turn a mild mannered vending machine, a device used keep drinks cold to quench (pun intended) your thirst, and turn it into a rocket launcher! This highly detailed, custom 3D printed vending machine is the perfect addition to your M.A.S.K. collection and your chance to own a one of a kind piece. This Toy Habits exclusive will come with Quencher, Jacques Lafleur (modeled after the concept illustrations, and T-BOB and the best part, it can be customized however you want it so let’s dive into the details!
The paint app on the control panel shows off the inside of Quencher and is simulates a computer monitor and control station so Jacques or any other one of Matt Trakker’s team can sit inside Quencher and wreak havoc on V.E.N.O.M..
As you can see, Jaques LaFluer can fit nicely inside Quencher with and without his mask!
Quencher is a fantastic add on to the Boulder Hill playset and is scaled perfectly to fit anywhere! We chose to place it outside the door to the garage and the shop, where it was in the Fog on Boulder Hill Episode.
Box and Art
The Quencher box design will fit right into your M.A.S.K. collection, featuring an amazing illustration of Jaques LaFleur at the helm firing off a salvo of rockets with T-BOB peaking out from behind. You will notice the Toy Habits branding on the front of the box as we have collaborated to bring this custom to you so you can see the amazing piece you will get! On the side and top of the box, you will an actual image of the toy and the transformation sequence on the box top.
Getting a closer look at the illustration, you imagine Jaques LaFleur defending Boulder Hill from Mile’s Mayhem’s crew and after a quick transformation from vending machine to rocket launcher, LaFleur comes out on top as he’s unloaded his missiles on the unsuspecting V.E.N.O.M..
The Jacques LaFleur figure is modeled after the concept illustration, which is a Toy Habits exclusive, which is a unique touch making this set extra special!
Painted Your Way
The Quencher they made for Toy Habits is an exclusive, one of a kind, orange plastic version. The keywords to focus on are one of a kind as Mad Force Toys will custom make Quencher to your specifications! This is not a massed produced toy so however you would the color scheme is how they will make it. Want the vendor machine color change? No problem! Want the Rocket Launcher purple? Mad Force Toys will work with you to tailor Quencher to fit into your M.A.S.K. universe. Here is an example of an orange painted version that mirror the one in the Fog on Boulder Hill episode. As you can see, the paint app and color scheme are different! This is amazing because when have you ever been in control and got to choose a color scheme and get exactly what what you want? The answer is most likely never, which makes Mad Force Toys the go to company for custom M.A.S.K. toys.
The transformation from a vending machine to a rocket launcher is quite easy and fun! First you pull down the front of the vending machine from the top and bring it down all the way to the floor. From there, you will reveal the launcher with rockets nested inside. Now, these are not individual rockets that can be removed but they look amazing and would definitely make V.E.N.O.M. hightail it out there! The rocket launcher can pivot into place, like you are deploying them to launch. Then, you can slide out the door with the handle to reveal the hidden control panel. If you look closely, this version has the words M.A.S.K. in silver to match the door, which is pretty slick. There is also a canon that is mounted underneath the slide out door and you can position forward facing and now you have yourself a weapon that would strike fear into any of Miles Mayhem’s crew of misfits.
Here is a shot of the painted version in full missile deployment mode ready for action! The brighter painted orange version goes really well with Boulder Hill, but, like we mentioned before, this can be any color you want!
Quencher Features and Pricing
There are 3 options to choose from:
- Deluxe painted boxed version with Jaques LaFleur & T-BOB ($120 + shipping)
- Deluxe orange plastic version with Jaques LaFleur & T-BOB ($120 + shipping)
- Quencher only in orange or gray plastic (no box or figures: $65+shipping)
About Mad Force Toys
Mad Force Toys was a match made in heaven. When Björn, a.ka., DJ Force from Weaponsforge Toy Design joined with Mad Force Customs to become, what we know today as, Mad Force Toys, we new an amazing toy company would happen. Considered a family, they are a strong team with a with a bond like no other. They are committed to building quality customs for collectors and fans of the properties they love. You can always reach any member of Mad Force Toys via Instagram at the follow handles:
Fog on Boulder Hill (Episode 54)
The inspiration for Quencher came from the Fog on Boulder Hill episode where you can see an orange vending machine hiding in plain site. While Boulder Hill can convert from a gas station into a bunker, the vending machine is, well, just a vending machine! You can see it in the background as more of a prop piece as Buddy Hawks and Scott Trakker pass right by it but it does play a critical role later in the episode.
In one of the more comical parts of the episode, As T-Bob is left to his own devices to defend Boulder Hill from V.E.N.O.M., he uses the vending machine as a weapon to foil his foes but, alas, V.E.N.O.M. gets the upper hand and destroys the beautiful orange rectangle that dispenses sugary goodness!
Fog on Boulder Hill Synopsis
According to M.A.S.K wiki, here is the full synopsis of the Fog on Boulder Hill Episode:
The episode begins with Mrs. Simpson having trouble with her car and making a stop at Boulder Hill station. Here, she is recognized by Scott Tracker as her former babysitter. After a short conversation with Matt Tracker she is taken into town by Buddy Hawks, accompanied by Scott. They barely avoid a rough meeting with V.E.N.O.M. and warn Boulder Hill that trouble is at hand. The gas station goes into full defense mode and waits for the enemy. T-Bob is accidentally locked out of Boulder Hill and has to endure the battle, keeping his head low. He does, however, overhear Sly Rax talking about their objective – Mrs. Simpson’s car. The battle is short and V.E.N.O.M. retreats when they realize their target is not there. T-Bob reports to Matt that V.E.N.O.M. is after Mrs. Simpson. Worried for her and Scott’s safety, M.A.S.K. immediately moves out. They are too late however, as V.E.N.O.M. has already captured Mrs. Simpson and locked Scott in a junk room. As they retreat with their captive, the kitchen catches fire. Scott manages to escape thanks to Mrs. Simpson’s dog, Cleopatra, and begins fighting the fire as well as he can until M.A.S.K. arrives and takes over.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Simpson is not very cooperative and refuses to tell V.E.N.O.M. anything. Sly Rax returns to her house and engages M.A.S.K. in a short, but fierce attack. To the bewilderment of Matt and his friends, Rax immediately retreats after snatching Cleopatra (which he regrets soon; the dog hates him). With Cleopatra as leverage, Miles Mayhem finally forces the information he wants out of Mrs. Simpson. Again, they make their way to Boulder Hill to get their hands on the printing plates they’re after.
Matt Tracker, now certain of what V.E.N.O.M. is after, calls up T-Bob at Boulder Hill and tells him to search for the printing plates in Mrs. Simpson’s car and secure them. While the little robot is at it, V.E.N.O.M. arrives. T-Bob manages to hold them off long enough for M.A.S.K. to arrive. During the battle, the printing plates are destroyed and V.E.N.O.M. retreats, with their goal in shambles.Fog on Boulder Hill – M.A.S.K. Wiki