I got the Sharkorvor head a while back, and let me tell you it's pretty sweet. Like many of the other harder hand-molded heads, TheGodBeast cast these in a variety of colors so you could paint them and use them as you see fit - mine came in clear red, but these were often treated more as a "kit" than a part unto themselves. Many Glyos collectors will customize or modify parts, but I see this as a sin so I left it as it came to me - and I think I'm going to leave it that way.
The head comes as you see it - the hammerhead shark has eyes, gills, teeth, and a Glyos peg which should fit in your Armorvor neck, or in other figures pending compatibility. Due to the materials and parts tolerances you may need to modify the peg a bit, or head the plastic of either the figure or head to make it fit in there. When you do, you'll be rewarded by a new mutation for your action figure - a new head drastically changes a toy's personality, which is why it's sort of a shame you can't buy these things out of gumball machines. Were the market for these kinds of figures bigger, plopping a couple of bucks into a big red metal container to get a random head would be awesome - the parts-swapping element of Glyos can be a lot of fun, but it can also be a lot of work if you're needing to paint these things.
Nearly 20 months and XX releases after the original Venjorun Armorvor, there still hasn't been another official head for the little guy. Marty "TheGodBeast" Hansen has hand-crafted and hand-molded numerous heads of his own design and those of his comrades in arms, so enterprising fans can put together something really special - I have a few of them myself, and love them dearly. This shark is really cool because it reminds me a lot of the Dino-Riders Rulons, plus it doesn't hurt that Armorvors figures can fit in the Imaginext Dinosaurs Dino-Riders seats quite easily. I dig it - I assume you will too, if you happen up on Mr. TheGodBeast's table at a convention. Bring cash, grab a couple - especially if you can paint.
In addition to custom parts and heads, Mr. Hansen also releases full-production Kabuto Mushi figures. These are basically fully-compatible with other Glyos toys and are about $12 each - you should get those too, as these heads can fit on those bodies as well.
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