Androbos Reflex Suit

Scar Pheyden returns to track down the Armored Eidrallim that defeated him...this time with some reinforcements. Nebula Pheyden operates the Androbos Reflex Suit. With four grappling arms and extra power, this bizarre suit may just be capable of doing what Scar Pheyden could not...bring down an Armored Eidrallim.


Custom Moody For Bovinyl Show

Big thanks go out to the crew at Bovinyl for including us in their first custom show in the USA being held at the Pravus Gallery in downtown Phoenix, AZ on May 2nd 2008. The show is entitled "Don't Cry Over Spilt VINYL" and includes a crazy roster of today's talented customizers. When we got word that we could participate in this cool project we jumped at the chance. The Bovinyl platform figure is called a "Moody" and is sort of a demon/cow hybrid cast in white vinyl that is really great quality and excellent for messing with. Super solid and tough as nails. After eyeballing it for a while this bizarre ship sprung forth.

For the pilot, a new character makes his appearance in the Glyos System...Govurom! Grosser than Phanost and crustier than a Crayboth, Govurom is a twisted Sincroid that has fused with a renegade version of Pheyden. Containing two personalities in one body has taken a toll, creating a very decayed and warped visage that is horrifying to those who look upon it. Even though his mind may be slightly bent, the being known as Govurom is extremely dangerous and unpredictable in his actions, piloting his Dimension Jumper throughout multiple realities in search of ancient ruins and their legendary artifacts. His ultimate reasons for these quests remain a mystery.

We hope you guys enjoy this Moody Custom and encourage everyone to take a stab at chopping one up. Thanks go out to Ted Stilson and Matt Connelly for their amazing support and generous contributions to the independent toy scene.




New York Comic Con

We know things have been a little quiet around Glyos lately but that is about to change. On kind of a last minute thing we will be at the New York Comic Con this weekend (April 18th -20th), set up with our friends at Rocket North in the Small Press area. This con will see the debut of two all new colorways for our old standards -Pulse Version Pheyden and Empire Version Exellis. These guys are available now in the store to coincide with the con for those who can't make the trip. We also have a special surprise coming around the corner that may trickle out in New York for a bit...


Scar Pheyden VS Armored Eidrallim

Scar Pheyden returns to challenge one of the powerful Armored Eidrallim. Coated in a Bio-Alloy, the Armored Eidrallim represent the highest level of their strange species. When an Eidrallim Soldier has achieved many victories and completed numerous galactic travels, a new level of conscience is realized. These enlightened warriors are then subject to a process that coats every part of their bodies with an ancient Bio-Alloy.These Eidrallim emerge permanently armored and masters of combat. Scar Pheyden learns just how easily one Armored Eidrallim can claim victory, even over him. Maybe he needs some backup...


Suckadelic Invitation

The creative innovator known as Sucklord has put together a very cool event that mashes up food, denizens of NYC and fresh toys to keep a stranglehold on your interest. This agent of strange is funny and smart as hell. Onell Design freaking loves Sucklord. We are honored to be part of anything he does and have sent down a few one of a kind custom Glyos figures with hand cast heads along with our latest goods to add to the booty. If you're in NYC go check it out.


Moore Pheyden

Jesse knocked this beauty out last Friday night. We love seeing these two in particular go at it. Pheyden and Phanost definitely are not getting along in this one because somebody must have had his fill of "space gas". That's an April 1st description.... I actually think there may be some truth to it now that I think about it, because Jesse and the rest of the Friday night crew have to endure some serious human vapors up in the attic. Maybe this drawing is a subliminal message from Jesse to "contain the pain". Damn you Jesse.