Wednesday, August 28, 2013

New Mordles on sale tomorrow - reminder!

Be sure to come back tomorrow for your newest Mordle editions which wrap out wave one - Sonesidar (yellow orange) and Nebular (purple)! 9 PM EST as usual.

In the meantime, enjoy this pic my buddy Fred Yee put together from elements at the last NJCC.
The ultimate villain of the Toyfinity universe revealed! Heh heh.
Thanks Fred! I finally have a pic to use in future trading card sets.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

New Jersey Collector Con aftermath~! Part One

Pic courtesy ToyArk.com.

Thanks to everyone who came out to NJCC this past weekend to see some Mordles and one of the greatest displays of Glyos ever seen. You can see their coverage here.
People who came out had the chance to buy a number of recent Glyos figures, as well as the Mordles (including the debut of the Sonesidar and Nebular colorways). We also tried something new - a single Mordle option. Based on the feedback, I'm going to add something along these lines to the Toyfinity store.

The display of Glyos-compatible product was INSANE. From some of the earliest hand-cast figures, including a beyond-rare hand-cast PHEYDEN and SARVOS, the Volkruin Carrier featuring the most intense construction ever made from Tri-Wedges and Switch Pins, prototypes of the new Glyos-compatible Power Lords figures, test shot Mordles, and a whole lot more.

Thanks to everyone who listened to me explain what the Mordles are and my plans for the lines.
The feedback on the Maxx Zero prototype was much appreciated. He's really going to change some things in the world of Glyos.

Another post to follow with my personal pics from the show!

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Oh man. The old ROBO FORCE Record and Book set for your listening pleasure

Not that Toyfinity's Robo Force will be anything like this recording, but here is some vintage ROBO FORCE content, helpfully added to the internet a few years back.
I love how Sentinel gets no lines at all. '
Atomic jackhammers rule.
Blazer says "man". I think I'll make him a lot less useless in the new storylines.
One of the only appearances of the Conquest Destroyer, the flagship of Nazgar!
If I ever do a Robo Force animated series, I'm going to make sure Hun-dred has a computer distorted voice.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

In NJ? Come see me at New Jersey Collector Con this Sunday!

All the details are here.
SEE! Glyos and other independent product in person! Curious about the Weaponeers of Monkaa or NiStuff's Outlander? See them in person with other Glyos-compatible products.
PURCHASE! Mordles in person - save on shipping!
FIRST TIME EVER! Assemble your own Mordles packs! Special introductory price on a single Mordle! Once you have one, you'll want them all!
TALK! To John Kent himself about all of the plans for Toyfinity. If you're nice, maybe you can even see a pic of the ROBO FORCE prototype or some preview ROBO FORCE artwork!
HELP! Independent toy production continue by supporting Mordles!
And even beyond Toyfinity's attendance, there will be dozens of dealers with vintage and modern product to fill out your other non-Mordle collections, exciting guests, and an overall good time.

What's that? You're in NJ and you want to get your hands on SONESIDAR and NEBULAR Edition Mordles now? Stop by the House of Fun in Oaklyn, NJ and tell them I sent you!


Wednesday, August 7, 2013

The header cards from the last round!

Since Club Mordle members didn't get the headers with their last order, here are the original graphics for them!


Club Members should expect an e-mail soon about the next release which completes wave one of the Mordles, as well as the answer about what highlight color will be going on the red Mordles!

Monday, August 5, 2013

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Fun Mordles review!

One of the best feelings about this project is knowing people got their Mordles and are enjoying them!
Check out this review of the Mordles from Val Muller.

And while I'm thinking about it, a big thank you to everyone who's done a review or supported the Mordles! It is much appreciated. And there is much more Mordle goodness to come...