Time for a Toy Break! Toy Break has been broadcasting for quite some time, showing various designer toys and other goodies to the world from the comfort of a delightful home studio. The same people also run October Toys, which puts out, well, toys. They're big claim to fame around these parts is O.M.F.G. as well as Z.O.M.B.I.E., both of which are inspired by the old M.U.S.C.L.E. toys.
The biggest, hugest surprise at the booth was in the second series of Z.O.M.B.I.E., as it contains Pheyden. As Onell Design wasn't at Comic-Con, people weren't expecting any announcements on these characters but surprisingly, a Zombie Pheyden was indeed shown as part of the second wave of these undead figures. He'll be joined by half a man, a lunch lady, and what seems to be some form of undead mouseketeer. I suspect I'll be buying a set for my friend Shaun. He doesn't necessarily know who Pheyden is but I think he'll like the zombie aspect.
Bins of figures were on sale, including O.M.F.G. series 1 in purple, flesh, and glow-in-the dark. What's more, a tub of singles of series 1 were on sale for $2 per, which is a pretty cool sampling. Series 2 of the line was on display in prototype form, and these guys are due in late 2012. An oversized Multiskull was on display and George Gaspar didn't totally discount the possibility of it being released later, which is, of course, exciting.