With the phenomenal success of Netflix’s Squid Game, it was only a short matter of time until the inevitable tidal wave of merchandise hit shores. Well, now it’s here, and Funko is releasing six characters from the series in their Funko Pop!
A while back we found out that Funko was readying a new POP! figure based on the iconic Kool-Aid Man, but all we had was a terrible placeholder illustration of the character. Now, the actual figure is starting to turn up, and it looks awesome.
This is one of those posts you won’t want to read if you haven’t finished the last season of Game of Thrones. When The Hound found his big bro, The Mountain on the staircase at the Red Keep, even the power of whatever potion brought The Mountain back to life couldn’t stop him from bashing Qyburn’s head in and going off to fight his burnt bro.
Stephen King’s Pet Sematary was a scary book as were both of the movies it inspired. Whatever you bury in that that dark place comes back, but what comes back isn’t what you want. Now, Funko has immortalized the evil, resurrected Gage in POP form.
If you haven’t watched this season of Game of Thrones, look away. Funko has a very cool new POP! vinyl figure in the form of that cold-hearted bastard the Night King. This figure of the White Walkers’ leader features a little something special to commemorate his demise.
One of the more exciting parts the final season of Game of Thrones so far has been Jon Snow riding on a dragon. Before you get mad about spoilers just realize, the name of this toy itself is a spoiler, so don’t blame me.
Office Space was a fantastic flick. I particularly loved the scene where they beat the stuffing out of the hated laser printer that always says PC LOAD LETTER. Now, Funko has immortalized the main characters of Mike Judge’s classic comedy with their own POP!
If you ever turned on MTV in the 1980s when all it played was music, you are guaranteed to have seen a video of one of the many popular songs from The Police. The band actually had three members, but with the lead singer going by the name “Sting,” he’s the only one most of us remember.
As a child of the ’80s, I fondly remember Colonel Sanders – the real one, not this new actor every other commercial weirdness KFC is up to these days. All the real Sanders wanted you to do was come to eat some chicken made from his secret family recipe of 11 herbs and spices.
Growing up, at least every other time someone in my circle of friends drank Kool-Aid, they would run face first into the wall yelling “OH YEAH!” We were never able to bust through any walls, but that didn’t stop us from trying and incurring mom wrath on the regular.
Way before Meghan Markle tied up with the ginger royal and got married; she was on Suits. Markle is a royal now and left her acting career behind. If you ever wanted to get up close with the beautiful actress or her ginger prince, Harry, this is your chance.
When my kids were little, I watched way more Spongebob Squarepants than I wanted to. Fortunately, I ended up rather liking the show. A new Funko POP! vinyl figure has been unveiled, and this one is our pal Spongebob with his “Imagination” rainbow flowing between his hands.
Fans of the original Star Wars trilogy know the new films can’t stand up to the originals. There are plenty of Star Wars toys out there, but if you have a penchant for Return of the Jedi and Funko POP!
I can remember back in the day, one of the older kids that rode the bus home played a Queen album constantly on his little tape player and the song of choice was “Another One Bites the Dust,” only we all sang it “Another One Rides the Bus” each time someone got on.
Growing up, the key to a great Saturday morning full of cartoons and fun was a big bowl of Cap’N Crunch cereal with Crunch Berries in it. Note that I am most certainly not talking about the nasty peanut butter variety available back in the day, or the “plain” version that lacked Crunch Berries; those cereals were for hooligans.
Horror fans, check out these sweet Funko POP! collectibles, based on famous evildoers Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees. Unlike other POP! vinyl toys, these ones look like they stepped right out of the screen of a retro video game.