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Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby randig » Fri Jun 01, 2018 1:52 pm

BobbleheadFreak wrote:Found this cleaning out Toy Closet, it was a Box Layout of a never released Wobbler, From the movie The Tuxedo

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This is so cool, I loved that movie. To be fair, I love anything Jackie Chan!! Favorite actor hands down.
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Postby Sesicat » Fri Jun 01, 2018 1:57 pm

Wow haha I was just wondering about a shoe line considering one of the photo contest days. That's pretty cool.
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Postby BobbleheadFreak » Fri Jun 01, 2018 5:01 pm

randig wrote:
BobbleheadFreak wrote:Found this cleaning out Toy Closet, it was a Box Layout of a never released Wobbler, From the movie The Tuxedo

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This is so cool, I loved that movie. To be fair, I love anything Jackie Chan!! Favorite actor hands down.


So happy to have it in my collection , I have seen the mold for head too which my good friend Itchy Korean has
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Postby MikeySanz » Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:11 am

Oh yeah! Came here to see some off Funko history and was not disappointed!

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Postby MikeySanz » Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:13 am

thejosh2010 wrote:So back when Funko started out, even with business going quite well, the company wasn’t the financial juggernaut that it is today with an IPO & the Disneyland-esk headquarters in downtown Everett. Long before the days of receiving Funko-Shop boxes every week with “Funko” printed on the sides, Funko would have to hand-press logo’s on the sides of packages as they shipped them out. This item is one of those hand-press stamps, standing about 5x7 inches. It was used for years and then stored as a relic of Funko’s past, but now, I am proud to say it is a unqiue and fun piece that is in my collection!! Never loved history in school, but Funko history is the best!!! :cheers:

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Probably hasn’t been used for more than 10 years, but even gave it a try myself & BAM!!
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20 Years of Funko...20 Years of FUN!!


Oh man this is so rad! I totally need it!

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Postby datfunkojawn » Sat Jun 30, 2018 6:58 pm

Hmm 2010 SDCC GITD Green Lantern in a Clamshell...or Funko Force 2.0 Chase Batman/Lantern/Aquaman
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Postby Funkobear » Sun Jul 22, 2018 3:22 pm

I would totally buy the Freddy Flyers if they made those again! The stamp tho... That's so cool a piece of history! I don't have any real old ones yet but my Making Fun box is probably the one I'll look back on as a favorite!
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Postby Funkobear » Sun Jul 22, 2018 3:25 pm

MikeySanz wrote:
thejosh2010 wrote:So back when Funko started out, even with business going quite well, the company wasn’t the financial juggernaut that it is today with an IPO & the Disneyland-esk headquarters in downtown Everett. Long before the days of receiving Funko-Shop boxes every week with “Funko” printed on the sides, Funko would have to hand-press logo’s on the sides of packages as they shipped them out. This item is one of those hand-press stamps, standing about 5x7 inches. It was used for years and then stored as a relic of Funko’s past, but now, I am proud to say it is a unqiue and fun piece that is in my collection!! Never loved history in school, but Funko history is the best!!! :cheers:

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Probably hasn’t been used for more than 10 years, but even gave it a try myself & BAM!!
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20 Years of Funko...20 Years of FUN!!


Oh man this is so rad! I totally need it!

This is amazing ;-)
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Postby Stareiskies » Tue Jul 24, 2018 6:18 pm

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CaseyJones14 wrote:I had no clue Boxos existed until Tiffany sent me this set for Christmas :D



That is so awesome!!! Really digging those.... :eek: Great stuff Brett!!


OMG I REMEMBER THESE. :eek: I think I have some somewhere!

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Postby XSRK » Tue Jul 24, 2018 6:23 pm

Peachtree wrote:Loving this thread already!

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Those are so dope, I was given the tupac one for my bday and that set me down this path of Funko!
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Postby Mos_Eisley » Tue Jul 24, 2018 10:21 pm

Well they just came out, but I really like the table assignment lanyards they gave out at Fundays this year. I was able to trade for all 4 so I was happy about that. When the new site is up and running I’ll be able to post a pic but I don’t use any outside hosting sites.

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Postby Laineycat » Fri Jul 27, 2018 9:40 am

I’ll have to take a picture later. But I have a pair of Freddy Flyers & a Hockey Jersey !
The shoes unfortunately don’t have a box, but I was able to find them in my size. So I lucked out on that. :)

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Postby acbernardez » Tue Jul 31, 2018 8:59 am

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Funko shoes? oh yes, 2004 SDCC , 48 pairs of Funko Flyers were made and given away. Too fun.

What is your oddest piece of Funko history?


Those Funko Flyers are awesome! In this day and age of "sneakerheads" there's definitely a rising market for that! Also, I would totally rock a pair!
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Postby BRiley0216 » Tue Aug 07, 2018 10:10 pm

Funkobear wrote:
MikeySanz wrote:
thejosh2010 wrote:So back when Funko started out, even with business going quite well, the company wasn’t the financial juggernaut that it is today with an IPO & the Disneyland-esk headquarters in downtown Everett. Long before the days of receiving Funko-Shop boxes every week with “Funko” printed on the sides, Funko would have to hand-press logo’s on the sides of packages as they shipped them out. This item is one of those hand-press stamps, standing about 5x7 inches. It was used for years and then stored as a relic of Funko’s past, but now, I am proud to say it is a unqiue and fun piece that is in my collection!! Never loved history in school, but Funko history is the best!!! :cheers:

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Probably hasn’t been used for more than 10 years, but even gave it a try myself & BAM!!
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20 Years of Funko...20 Years of FUN!!


Oh man this is so rad! I totally need it!

This is amazing ;-)


This is soo awesome
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Postby captainvoltaic » Fri Aug 17, 2018 1:02 pm

Oddest? Oh boy, gonna have to go with the Star Wars Wacky Wisecracks. Would be cool to see wisecracks make a come-back!
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Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby Randy8653 » Fri Aug 17, 2018 5:39 pm

funkystark wrote:I would have to say this is pretty rare,odd, awesome call it what you will :) In early 2014 closing in on my wedding, I knew that some of my awesome Funatic friends were making quite the trek to Canada (some even had to get their first passport) to be part of our special day and I wanted to say thank you. So I reached out to Brian and asked if I could get some blank shirt retro Freddys that myself and my wife could customize as Thank yous for the Funatic guest. Well Brain much to my surprise (really it shouldn't have been because the man is awesome) took my request one step further and had these made! My wife knew about the little ones being made for thank yous but I managed to keep the big one a surprise. The big one started the night on our reception table greeting everyone that came to the wedding, quickly became the talk of the wedding and eventually was the most requested dance partner of the night!

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This story made me smile thank you for sharing It

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Postby jigsaw » Fri Aug 17, 2018 5:45 pm

those shoes are amazin!! wow!! i never knew about that!! thanks for sharing!!
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Postby SithLord » Sat Aug 18, 2018 1:51 am

Randy8653 wrote:
funkystark wrote:I would have to say this is pretty rare,odd, awesome call it what you will :) In early 2014 closing in on my wedding, I knew that some of my awesome Funatic friends were making quite the trek to Canada (some even had to get their first passport) to be part of our special day and I wanted to say thank you. So I reached out to Brian and asked if I could get some blank shirt retro Freddys that myself and my wife could customize as Thank yous for the Funatic guest. Well Brain much to my surprise (really it shouldn't have been because the man is awesome) took my request one step further and had these made! My wife knew about the little ones being made for thank yous but I managed to keep the big one a surprise. The big one started the night on our reception table greeting everyone that came to the wedding, quickly became the talk of the wedding and eventually was the most requested dance partner of the night!

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This story made me smile thank you for sharing It


Those are amazing!!!
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Postby pommefille » Sat Aug 18, 2018 10:35 am

funkystark wrote:I would have to say this is pretty rare,odd, awesome call it what you will :) In early 2014 closing in on my wedding, I knew that some of my awesome Funatic friends were making quite the trek to Canada (some even had to get their first passport) to be part of our special day and I wanted to say thank you. So I reached out to Brian and asked if I could get some blank shirt retro Freddys that myself and my wife could customize as Thank yous for the Funatic guest. Well Brain much to my surprise (really it shouldn't have been because the man is awesome) took my request one step further and had these made! My wife knew about the little ones being made for thank yous but I managed to keep the big one a surprise. The big one started the night on our reception table greeting everyone that came to the wedding, quickly became the talk of the wedding and eventually was the most requested dance partner of the night!

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It might be fun to have them take pictures of the Freddys each year for your anniversary!
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Postby TJLAUTERBACH » Mon Oct 01, 2018 9:17 pm

thejosh2010 wrote:Heads up!!! So they're not Motorheadz.....but they're squishy and obviously for a rear-view mirror! :idea:

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These are awesome! I would totally hang these on my rear view mirror.
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Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby franzsy0519 » Wed Oct 03, 2018 12:37 pm

As someone who got into Funko relatively late in the game (around 2013), I love reading all these stories of Funko history!

Among all the stuff I have, I'd say my oddest piece would be the Cosmic Popcorn from last year's Fundays. I haven't even touched it since that day! lol
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Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby Boymom4 » Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:28 am

Randy8653 wrote:
funkystark wrote:I would have to say this is pretty rare,odd, awesome call it what you will :) In early 2014 closing in on my wedding, I knew that some of my awesome Funatic friends were making quite the trek to Canada (some even had to get their first passport) to be part of our special day and I wanted to say thank you. So I reached out to Brian and asked if I could get some blank shirt retro Freddys that myself and my wife could customize as Thank yous for the Funatic guest. Well Brain much to my surprise (really it shouldn't have been because the man is awesome) took my request one step further and had these made! My wife knew about the little ones being made for thank yous but I managed to keep the big one a surprise. The big one started the night on our reception table greeting everyone that came to the wedding, quickly became the talk of the wedding and eventually was the most requested dance partner of the night!

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This story made me smile thank you for sharing It


This is AMAZING :)


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