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The Globglogabgalab is one of the supporting characters in the critically panned 2012 Christian allegorical animated film Strawinsky and the Mysterious House.
He is voiced by Tony Halstead.
Strawinsky and the Mysterious House
The Globglogabgalab was once an elf who was created by the Great Elohim. However as a result of the Rat King's temptations, the Globglogabgalab became enamored by his evil books, and was transformed into a bulbous blob of himself. Fearing retribution from the Scarlet Queen, the Globglogabgalab hid himself away in the titular house. The Globglogabgalab is first mentioned by an anthropomorphic cello that Strawinsky encounters. Here, we learn that the Globglogabgalab gets nutrients from the books in the basement but instead of reading them, he would instead go into the books to absorb its words. Strawinsky meets the Globglogabgalab, and he demonstrates his abilities to him and also sings a song in regards to his addiction to the books in the basement. When Strawinsky's friends fall under the influence of the demonic books, the Globglogabgalab tries to comfort him by shapeshifting into many different forms such as an elephant, an eagle, and an elephant with wings. When Strawinsky insists that they call out to the Scarlet Queen for help, the Globglogabgalab tries to find a place to hide from her perceived wrath.
The Scarlet Queen arrives and saves Strawinsky's friends and destroys the books that were created by the Rat King. Realizing that his belief that the Scarlet Queen would punish him for his disobedience, the Globglogabgalab asks the Scarlet Queen for forgiveness which she grants.
- Beginning February of 2018, the Globglogabgalab had since become an internet meme in which many users have taken the nonsensical song and generated several remixes off of it.
- He appeared on Kanye West's 10th studio album "DONDA" replacing Kid Cudi on the song "Remote Control".