New Glyos System Series Toy Line Introduces Old School Playability to Independent Toy Scene

by Jay Cochran
August 16, 2007
Onell Design, a new independent toy and comic company, is pleased to announce the debut of its Glyos System Series toy line. Harkening back to the action figure design principles of the mid-1980's, these rugged toys are made with playability, durability and accessibility in mind.

Unveiled at the 2007 San Diego Comic-Con, the Glyos System Series was well received by adults and kids alike. "They have what a lot of the "collector" toys are missing these days, and that is FUN. You can actually play with them," writes Josh Bernard, owner of CollectionDX, in his August 9th review of the product. The new line features three different versions of Space Traveler Pheyden: Standard (blue), Gear's Edge (sepia) and Phase (clear green), and three versions of Prototype Sincroid Exellis: Standard (midnight), Hyper (yellow) and Aves (red).

The Glyos System Series figures are produced using a full-color classic injection molding process, as opposed to the current rotocast toy trend. The durable PVC construction results in a unique aesthetic that appeals to the seasoned toy collector but can also withstand the rough play that comes with child's active imagination.

Each figure stands 2.75"tall, has 12 points of articulation, and is guaranteed to "Survive the Pocket". As an added bonus, all parts are fully interchangeable. Window-boxed in unique packaging, both the Pheyden and Exellis toys come with a mini catalog and collector card. The figures are now available for $10 each at www.onelldesign.com.
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