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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
I used to watch Rugrats way back in the day before I had kids, and thought there was no way kids can actually get into that much trouble. I was so wrong. When my son was barely walking he managed to get spaghetti sauce and paint the walls with it.
We haven’t seen much of the Night King in Game of Thrones, but he’s definitely one of the coolest villains that the series has featured. I liked the way he raised all the dead Wildlings to add to his army, as Jon and crew stood on their boat in shock.
This has got to be one of the coolest customizations of a Kidrobot Munny figure ever. Not only does this thing have an awesome steampunk look about it, it’s actually a functional Nintendo 8-bit console too.