Ch-Ch-Ch-Moss Man, the pottery that grows! Thanks Bob Dinkelman for the intro! Come on down to Skeletor’s Lair, where you can grab your very own Moss Man Chia pet. Soak it in water, apply the seeds, and watch the Man of Moss bloom before your eyes (In 1-2 weeks). Limit one per person for $29.99 each.
He-Man and Skeletor are coming at you large and in charge as a 12″ Action Figure! This limited edition release is cast in a unpainted mixed-color injected plastic parts to recreate the process of the first test shot figures created by the factory. Both He-Man and Skeletor come packaged on a blister card and are limited to one set per person at $95 each. They will be sold exclusively through Skeletor’s Lair at our San Diego location during SDCC.
Funko has announced their last batch of 2015 San Diego Comic Con exclusives. They include the following:
- Pop! Disney: Tangled - Frying Pan Rapunzel and Burnt Pascal
- Dorbz: Marvel - X-Force Deadpool
- Dorbz: Guardians of the Galaxy - Mossy Groot
- Pop! Heroes: Batman v Superman - Batman v Superman 2-pack
- Pop! TV: Breaking Bad - Blue Crystal Heisenberg
Amanda Visell has outdone herself with her handcrafted limited edition resin He-Man and Skeletor sculptures for the Skeletor’s Pop-Up shop, which is being held at our San Diego location! They will be available all weekend in limited quantities and will retail $100 each. Do not forget to get a hold of your Skeletoken before trying to enter the Lair (Instructions Here)!
2015 SDCC Transformers: Generations Combiner Wars Devastator Special Edition Set Video Review & Images
DKE Toys has announced a San Diego Comic Con 2015 exclusive from Junk Fed. The Lieutenant Princess Uhura - from Junk Fed’s Space Madness line - is a hand cast and painted 3.75-inch carded figure that mashes up Princess Leia with Lieutenant Uhura. The figure is limited to a run of only 30 pieces. It will be available to purchase for $55.00.
It had been several years since PUSHEAD came out with a new toy. When he busted this guy out a couple of years ago completely taking San Diego Comic Con by surprise, I was floored and beyond excited. Both the Astro Zombies Skullwing and Kaws vs Pushead Companion were two of the original toys that got me into this hobby. The details on this new sculpt are unreal and really show off the attention to detail represented in PUSHEAD's art work. This particular version is complete with the new Hevi arms in a marbled translucent orange with turquoise vinyl. Definitely one of my all time favorite toys.
Fort Worth, TX
What Funko lines do you collect? How many pieces are in your collection?
I collect all things Funko, from old school to shiny and new! Wacky Wobblers, Spastik Plastik, Fantastik Plastik, Bobble Banks, Mystery Minis, Pop!s, Hikari, and general Funko memorabilia like catalogs, pins, shoes, and more! My main focus right now is continuing my old school Wobbler collection and my ever-growing Pop! collection, with a little Hikari thrown in there. I currently have at least 728 Funko pieces on display - and that's not counting anything still boxed up (from a move).
How long have you been a collector?
Ever since Christmas of 2011.
What are your favorite fandoms?
Doctor Who, Sherlock, Firefly, Harry Potter, Marvel, and FREDDY FUNKO!
What was your first Funko item?
My first Funko item was a Bumble Pop!
What is your favorite Funko piece in your collection?
It is so hard to pick just one! Bone Daddys will always be some of my favorite pieces, but I also really love my Freddys. I think if I had to pick just one, it would be the 1/5 Blue Hikari Freddy that Brian gave to me!
Tell us your favorite Funko story!
I'll tell the story of how it all started... My first ever Funko piece was a Bumble Pop! that I got as a stocking stuffer in 2011. I didn't even realize it was made by Funko at the time because it was out of its box. I took Bumble with me everywhere; played around with him, took pictures with him. Then, I started picking up some Star Wars Wacky Wobblers from Barnes & Noble in early 2012. That led to me looking up Funko and finding the Funatic Forum, where after I took one look at the MASSIVE Wobbler collections of old school collectors - the rest was history. I was fully HOOKED on FUNKO! It wasn’t until that point that I discovered that the Bumble figure that I loved so much was actually my first ever Funko Pop! It will always hold a great deal of sentimental value for me. I still to this day take him around with me every now and then to go on adventures!
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