The packaging is great, nice and colorful. It really caught my eye. I was rummaging through all the toys and I just kept finding boxes, I couldn't believe it!
I love how each Glitch appears to be displayed on the computer monitor.
So there are 11 Glitches in all, plus our mighty hero Carlton. Did anyone else immediately think of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air?
Made in good old Salt Lake City, Utah. That's where I live!
Each figure even comes with his own little comic. Sweet!
Let's open these up, shall we.
This guy's huge! I really like the looks of him, A+.
Charlie Brown grew up to be a professional wrestler. He actually looks very happy.
Looks like a frog eating chocolate bars. Yum!
One of my favorites by far, he has a big gapping hole in his face! And that grin, cringe inducing!
He kinda looks like a wad of bubble gum, but I think he's maybe a rag or something?
Batch J Terminator
Armed to the teeth with a hunting knife and proton pack, this Glitchy menace is surprisingly mellow. Just don't mention his purple hair.
This dude takes piercings to a whole new level. Don't mess.
He even has blue-spiked cleats. Now that's attention to detail!
I love this guy! All around he's a cool figure that would mix beautifully with almost any toy collection. Just in time for Halloween.
I like the red eyes and creepy smile.
This is what you get when you force a giant poo monster into a small football uniform.
I'm not sure if the number 59 has any significance in the computer world.
So there you have it, my first ever complete collection of anything, amassed in one fell swoop! Have you ever seen these before? Who were your favorites?
I completely forgot poor old General Failure! Talk about fail!
Well, here he is. Kind of the creepy uncle of the group. I have no idea what he's holding.
This is what computers looked like when these were released: