Coleopterous is a character created by Play With This Too for their Lost Protector series. He wears an Aegis Armor and has retractable claw weapons. He wears a Babel Bracer which translates all languages and Tachyon Telegraph which can send and receive transmissions with an interplanetary range.
Coleopterous is an homage to the character Mortdredd, with body parts influenced by the design of Transformers Pretenders Grimlock and Starscream.
Mathew Robert Ignash suggested the name Sir Coleoptera for the character, but he was eventually named Coleopterous.
Play With This Too revealed the first concept art for Coleopterous in a Kickstarter update in February 2015, saying he is a vision of what might light the very near future!
In July 2015 Play With This Too released images of prototype parts for Boneyard, which included parts used on Coleopterous.
In August 2015 Play With This Too released images of prototype parts for Jetstrike, which included parts used on Coleopterous.
Coleopterous wears a living Aegis battle suit powered by the primal forces of the universe. It grants him enhanced strength, durability and longevity, as well as having numerous weapons. His suit also provides ultraviolet vision, breathable air and protection from harsh environmental conditions including under water and the vacuum of space. He has retractable claw weapons.
- Play With This Too Lost Protectors Coleopterous (unreleased)
- A 1:12 scale articulated figure with interchangeable head and limbs. He has numerous 5mm connector ports. Comes with two sets of hands (one open, one closed with claws), helmet, two shoulder pads and two leg armors. He a 5mm hole in the bottom of each foot.
- Coleopterous has the same body mold as Manvil Forgehead and same head as Big Mac Roche. He shares some parts with Barbaricles, Baron Tuskador, Boneyard, Cloudstrike, Concept, Faststrike, Flarestrike, Gladiat-Ore, Impirator, Jetstrike, Meanbean, Muscules, Rawbat, Sir Fangramore LeVenomous, Sir Pythanore, Stonebreaker, Stormstrike, Viper Squire, Wastelander and Wrecktifier.