Millennial Monsters from Blobpus

For the 3rd Symposium running now, Blobpus has may wicked contributions to the Millennial Monsters series. For those who like their monsters large, there is this striking Dokugan in the classic MM colorway. And for those who prefer their Kaiju fist-sized with guts, there is the BlobPus DX – clear vinyl and lovely organs. 
The figures will retail for $80 each and will be available at the All-Star Bazaar (SDCC Booth#4937) from Thursday morning onwards. Supplies are limited!
Memory Lane
Millennial Monsters - blobpi
GFS2009 – MM Blobpi
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GFS 2010 – MM Armored Glowing Blobus

GFS2011 – All Stars ComicCon Schedule

Thanks to Ralph Niese for this amazing illustration!

Thursday, July 21 2011

All Star Bazaar – Open – 2pm 
A smorgasbord of Global Figure goodness including mini minis from UAMOU, new Millennial Monsters from BloBpuS, Barbarians from Frenzy Bros., new aliens from Galaxy People  PLUS select goodies from the FIG-X.JP warehouse.
Team Europa – 2pm – close
The Tarantulas, Triclops & Bruno Orbit bring a touch of Continental Class to the Symposium. 

Friday, July 22 2011

All Star Bazaar – Open – 1pm 
Return of the morning buffet of figure entrees.

Paul Kaiju – 1pm – 3pm
The West Coast Master of Monsters will hold forth with a cornucopia of his latest creations. 
Suckadelic3pm – 5pm
The East Coast King of Bootleg Action Figures holds court with a bevy of hot Necromancer exclusives and sexy sidekicks. 
Monster Worship – 5pm – 7pm
Newcomer to the Symposium – Monster Worship will be dropping new vinyl goodness from their All Star roster including Johnny Ryan, Jeff Lam and Mark Rudolph.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

All Star Bazaar – Open – 12pm 
Your first stop in the morning to tide you over for a long Saturday of Figure overload.
L’Amour Supreme & Fiends – 12pm – 2pm
Illustrator Provocateur L’Amour Supreme is bringing an All-Star entourage of artists to the table for 2 hours of creative chaos. Rumored yet unconfirmed names culled from the Twitosphere have included Skinner, Count Chocula, TWERPS, the Creature from Laguna Beach, COOP, and Beezelbub Jr.

Monstre Sean’s Resin Emporium – 2pm – 5pm
Monstre Hero and UHOH toys team up to bring us a crunchy selection of cutting edge Resin-based Figures

Vectar’s Saturday Night Special  – 5pm – 7pm
He’s Baaaack. Second tier toy villain crashes the Symposium to drop a glyos-compatible version of himself. He will be joined in his capers by SideKick Lab. It might get messy.


Sunday, July 24, 2011
The Final Battle: All Stars versus the End of Time



This years GFS is once again proudly hosted by Onell Design & Rawshark Studios. 


We love you guys!!!

Gardner Fox.. patron saint of the GFS

Portrait of Gardner Fox by Gil Kane

This year marks the 100th birthday of Gardner Fox, one of the most influential comic writers of the 20th Century. He was born in Brooklyn, New York on May 20, 1911.

During the Golden Age of comics, he worked on Batman from Issue 3, contributing to the early development of the character, introducing such fundamentals as the Bat Utility Belt, the Batarang and the Batgyro (precursor to the Batcopter) He is also credited with creating Hawkman, the Flash and the Sandman. In 1940, in the third issue of All-Star Comics, he introduced the Justice Society, the first superhero team in comics. The graphics for this year’s Global Figure Symposium are an homage to the cover art from this classic Golden Age Comic. 

During the Silver Age, Fox’s script for “Flash of Two Worlds!”, from The Flash #123 (Sept. 1961), introduced the concept that the Golden Age heroes existed on a parallel Earth named Earth-Two. This introduces the concept of the Multiverse, allowing old and new heroes to co-exist and crossover. Where would modern comics be today with out the concept of parallel worlds???

Gardner Fox passed away December 24, 1986 here on Earth-One, but we have credible intelligence that he is celebrating his 100th on Earth-2 with an amazing birthday bash.

You can find out more about this seminal godfather of modern comics on Wikipedia and you can Like his fan page on FaceBook.

Featuring…


Once again this year’s Global Figure Symposium is graciously hosted by Matt Doughty from Onell Design and Jesse Moore from Rawshark Studio. We have a nice mix of familiar faces and first-timers. Unfortunately none of the Japanese artists were able to come over this year – but will still be there in spirit and toys. Schedule coming soon!
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in brand new episodes as personally related at the third meeting of the Global Figure Symposium.