When my first Glyan arrived a year ago, he quickly became one of my favorite Glyos figures. I waited on the review hoping to pick up some older Glyans I’d missed. Then I held off waiting on new ones. Well, I’m up to more than two dozen now. I should probably get this review on the books.
Back in February, I reviewed OMFG Series 1 from October toys. The initial release saw some great colorways including the basic flesh, Kickstarter black, and site exclusives in light blue, royal blue, yellow, & green. In the months since, a few more colors have popped up. Let’s have a look see.
We've got more than a few things we want to cover this week, so keep an eye out for these "bumper" reviews for smaller items! Yesterday I said my Armorvor was mostly rocking the "backpack" head for a mech look, but my Armorvor's also been spending a lot of time with a TGB Customs' Granthan head.
If you missed out on the Venjorun Armorvor during the July drop, mark your calendar for tomorrow night! Onell Design has scheduled their latest drop for Wed, Sept 5th. The Hades Force drop will feature many of the Glyos' regulars in cool black with aqua green accents, including the Armorvor.
The July Glyos drop had a surprise if you were there when it began. A new mold had been added to the roster, an Armorvor. It sold out quickly, but two new colorways will be available in this week’s drop, so I thought it’d be a good time to review the last release, Venjorun!
This is another one of those times where I don’t know if it’s fair to call this a review. I’ve previously reviewed both the Callgrim and the Warp Bike, so this article is more about revisiting those two particular toys and showing them off in their latest colorway: glow-in-the-dark!