A Belated Thank You!!!

Another late thanks from the whole family goes out to you for the super Wave 88 turnout. The already unpredictable nature of making stuff and offering it up on the internet has been bumped into all new levels of the unknown this year, so being hyper busy since the launch a few weeks ago really generates an even deeper sense of humility.  All of this is of course due directly to you guys continuously supporting our efforts. The traditional "thank you" doesn't really convey just how grateful we are.

Finally bringing the Delphi into full production has seemed extra surreal with 2020 being so upside down, but I suppose in many ways it makes perfect sense. Then welcoming Cady into the creative process made Wave 88 a true dream rollout for Michelle and I (and Uncle Marcus). The amount of time she spent drawing, animating and scoring her mini Delphi teaser blew us all away. I haven't been around too many multi-generational artistic families that collaborate together, but I can tell you with complete certainty that it's one of the luckiest twists so far in my life. Thank you so much for sharing your talents, Bubba.

Special thanks to Pj for helping Michelle and I process a truly colossal amount of orders, as we would have been completely buried without him. Pj's Paper Palace never fails.

We've been working hard to remain positive and creatively active over here as much as possible on a daily basis. Some of the days are great and some days really stink, but that dedication to staying creative, artistic or otherwise, helps to keep things steady with all the prolonged isolation. I hope when we do surface occasionally and share new stuff that it maybe stokes your own ideas and gets the old gears turning. Hopefully, we'll all continue to inspire each other on both sides of the screen to explore and fine tune our imaginations for many more years together, despite the world going through all the heavy shifts.

Our next wave is on track for mid-late November, which will most likely wrap things up for us in 2020. Plans for 2021 involve the introductions of some all new characters and their corresponding sculpts, some collaborations and a couple of curveballs. With any luck, the lights will remain on and there will still be time to enjoy a few small escapes.

Thank you once again for fortifying our resolve to keep on creating.

PS-The comments have been reactivated and the blog should be functioning normally again after our forced pause to try and wipe out the wretched spambots. We'll see if it worked.


  1. Glyos has become an escape for me in the past few years since I've discovered it. Its entertained me with its lore and characters and taught me how to think spacially (how parts can interact in ways beyond their original presentation). This wave could not have come at a better time for me in this rough year. And the Delphi was such an unexpected addition that I was literally trembling with drop-night anticipation. So thank you for that.

  2. Matt, no matter how many times it needs to be said: what you've made continues to amaze and astound, and in an increasingly uncertain world, it's good to have little moments of comfort in the form of these aliens, robots, and astronauts that can be built into so much more.

    Whatever the future holds, here's hoping only the best awaits you and the whole Onell family.

  3. Will you guys ever be removing the glyninja dark from the shop? I want to know because I’m planning on buying it as a Christmas gift and I don’t want it to leave the shop before I buy it

  4. Though we've seen a little extra spike in activity on that figure recently, the Glyninja Dark should hang on for a little longer.