your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Here's a place to talk about Funko's clothing, books and bookmarks, homeware, electronics, and the like.
User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Sun Mar 01, 2020 4:29 am

Image
This is my oldest piece of Funko history released in 2005 at the Wild Bill store! This is a new piece to my collection I got it in the mail the other day. I finally got it all framed and nice looking to share with everyone on here! This poster is 1 out of the set of 4 they made, I hope to have the others some day as well! Thank you Funko for putting out such awesome stuff!
:freddy3:
Last edited by SpaceDude on Mon Jun 08, 2020 3:21 am, edited 2 times in total.
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
Nis_chac
Posts: 642
Joined: Sun Jul 28, 2019 11:42 pm
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby Nis_chac » Sun Mar 01, 2020 10:23 am

SpaceDude wrote:Image
This is my oldest piece of Funko history released in 2005 at the Wild Bill store! This is a new piece to my collection I got it in the mail the other day. I finally got it all framed and nice looking to share with everyone on here! This poster is 1 out of the set of 4 they made, I hope to have the others some day as well! Thank you Funko for putting out such awesome stuff!
:freddy3:

Love this! I miss wild bills!
I love the Violin! :-({|=
It's easier for me to get to know people through social media... add me so we can be friends
https://www.instagram.com/phunko_fotography
ImageImage

User avatar
RSVHockeyDude
Posts: 748
Joined: Sat Nov 11, 2017 7:16 pm

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby RSVHockeyDude » Sun Mar 01, 2020 1:27 pm

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:

Image

Image

Probably hasn’t been used for more than 10 years, but even gave it a try myself & BAM!!
Image

20 Years of Funko...20 Years of FUN!!

That's awesome!!! How did you get your hands on it?
Image

User avatar
thejosh2010
Collector of the Month
Collector of the Month
Posts: 10567
Joined: Thu Jun 25, 2015 7:46 pm
Location: Where the T-Bones roam
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby thejosh2010 » Sun Mar 01, 2020 1:31 pm

RSVHockeyDude 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:

Image

Image

Probably hasn’t been used for more than 10 years, but even gave it a try myself & BAM!!
Image

20 Years of Funko...20 Years of FUN!!

That's awesome!!! How did you get your hands on it?


A generous funatic that had gotten it from the Funko CEO passed it on to me since they recognized my craze for all things Funko, even something as basic as a stamp press :razz: Every little piece of Funko history is fun to me :compress:
Image
COTM 01/18
IG: THEJOSH2010
Funko LOVE in the Heart of the Appalachia

Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Mon Mar 02, 2020 2:34 am

Nis_chac wrote:
SpaceDude wrote:Image
This is my oldest piece of Funko history released in 2005 at the Wild Bill store! This is a new piece to my collection I got it in the mail the other day. I finally got it all framed and nice looking to share with everyone on here! This poster is 1 out of the set of 4 they made, I hope to have the others some day as well! Thank you Funko for putting out such awesome stuff!
:freddy3:

Love this! I miss wild bills!



Thank you so much!! :freddy3:
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Mon Apr 27, 2020 4:23 am

Here is another older piece of Funko History this is a newer pick up. Figured I would share it with everyone!
Image
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Mon Apr 27, 2020 4:36 am

I feel so official with this button! I find so much appreciation in the vintage/retro Funko items!!
Image
Last edited by SpaceDude on Mon Jun 08, 2020 3:22 am, edited 1 time in total.
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
wash2366
Posts: 500
Joined: Tue Mar 06, 2018 3:30 pm
Location: Lynnwood, WA
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby wash2366 » Mon Apr 27, 2020 9:06 am

This thread is so awesome. Thank you everyone for sharing.
Name: David / Pop count: 733 / Vynals: 4/ Dorbz: 10 / Soda: 4 / Mystery Minis: 12
Collection: https://www.poppriceguide.com/guide/mem ... 17L3C8RVU/

Image
ImageImageImage

User avatar
mongoose12
Posts: 8039
Joined: Mon Jul 14, 2014 2:27 pm

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby mongoose12 » Mon Apr 27, 2020 9:16 am

SpaceDude wrote:I feel so official with this button! I find so much appreciation in the vintage/retro Funko items!!
Image


wow, not thats old school! bravo on the find. =D>
"i need more merch..." - unknown :eek:

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Mon Apr 27, 2020 8:08 pm

wow, not thats old school! bravo on the find. =D>[/quote]

Thank you so much!
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Mon Apr 27, 2020 8:13 pm

Figured I’d share another awesome pickup! This House of Funko flyer is so sweet, I love this piece of Funko History due to the fact that one of my favorite Universal monsters is on it, The Creature from the Black Lagoon! Also, it’s vintage Funko memorabilia which is super cool to me! This flyer was released in the early 2000’s at one of the San Diego Comic Con’s.
Image
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
FireEmblemZack
Posts: 2739
Joined: Wed Oct 04, 2017 11:18 am
Location: Vancouver, WA
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby FireEmblemZack » Mon Apr 27, 2020 9:17 pm

Wow those are some awesome advertising pieces!!!!
:freddy3: Image R.I.P. Buddy, my bestest friend

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Tue Apr 28, 2020 12:20 am

FireEmblemZack wrote:Wow those are some awesome advertising pieces!!!!



Thank you so much!
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
lavery01
Collector of the Month
Collector of the Month
Posts: 3746
Joined: Sun Oct 23, 2016 7:13 pm
Location: OC

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby lavery01 » Tue Apr 28, 2020 2:08 pm

I really enjoyed going through and reading, and seeing so much Funko history. I mean these pieces are amazing, I had no idea that any of them existed. lol
Hi I'm Latricia \:D/

Image

User avatar
jjb11590
Posts: 2502
Joined: Wed Jan 02, 2019 11:29 am
Location: San Diego
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby jjb11590 » Tue Apr 28, 2020 11:04 pm

lavery01 wrote:I really enjoyed going through and reading, and seeing so much Funko history. I mean these pieces are amazing, I had no idea that any of them existed. lol


Same! Some of them are absolutely outstanding!
Image ImageImageImage

ImageImageImageImage

IG/Twitter: jjb11590

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Thu Apr 30, 2020 5:43 am

lavery01 wrote:I really enjoyed going through and reading, and seeing so much Funko history. I mean these pieces are amazing, I had no idea that any of them existed. lol


Very cool for sure right!! I definitely really love this thread! Old Funko History definitely rocks!!
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Fri May 01, 2020 4:18 am

Image

Retro Booth List From SDCC 04 one of my recent pickups! Very happy about this one and can’t wait to frame it with my other stuff!
Last edited by SpaceDude on Mon Jun 08, 2020 3:28 am, edited 1 time in total.
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
Cod3NameCornDog
Posts: 257
Joined: Sun Jan 26, 2020 12:14 pm
Location: Western Pennsylvania
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby Cod3NameCornDog » Fri May 01, 2020 9:32 pm

This thread is awesome. I really wish I would have been part of the funko family back in the early days. I love seeing all this all vintage Funko memorabilia. If any of you guys ever have anything such as old catalogs, flyers or anything old and funko related to get rid of please let me know. Even though I wasn't apart of the funko family back then I would love to have some of the companies history in my collection. Please keep all the Funko history threads going. I love this stuff.
Image
Image
Image
Image

Jalapenopete
Posts: 2030
Joined: Wed Aug 03, 2016 2:16 am
Location: Central Coast
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby Jalapenopete » Sat May 02, 2020 9:20 am

SpaceDude wrote:Image
This is my oldest piece of Funko history released in 2005 at the Wild Bill store! This is a new piece to my collection I got it in the mail the other day. I finally got it all framed and nice looking to share with everyone on here! This poster is 1 out of the set of 4 they made, I hope to have the others some day as well! Thank you Funko for putting out such awesome stuff!
:freddy3:


Love the poster very cool funko history!!!
:freddy3:

Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Sat May 02, 2020 8:28 pm

Jalapenopete wrote:
SpaceDude wrote:Image
This is my oldest piece of Funko history released in 2005 at the Wild Bill store! This is a new piece to my collection I got it in the mail the other day. I finally got it all framed and nice looking to share with everyone on here! This poster is 1 out of the set of 4 they made, I hope to have the others some day as well! Thank you Funko for putting out such awesome stuff!
:freddy3:


Love the poster very cool funko history!!!


Thank you so much I appreciate it a ton!!
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
InternationalPopper
Posts: 2658
Joined: Tue May 23, 2017 1:48 am
Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby InternationalPopper » Sun May 03, 2020 4:17 pm

SpaceDude wrote:Image

Retro Booth List From SDCC 04 one of my recent pickups! Very happy about this one and can’t wait to frame it with my other stuff!


Epic :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:
- InternationlPopper - :freddy2:

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Sun May 03, 2020 4:19 pm

InternationalPopper wrote:
SpaceDude wrote:Image

Retro Booth List From SDCC 04 one of my recent pickups! Very happy about this one and can’t wait to frame it with my other stuff!


Epic :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:



Thank you!
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
InternationalPopper
Posts: 2658
Joined: Tue May 23, 2017 1:48 am
Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby InternationalPopper » Sun May 03, 2020 4:34 pm

SpaceDude wrote:Figured I’d share another awesome pickup! This House of Funko flyer is so sweet, I love this piece of Funko History due to the fact that one of my favorite Universal monsters is on it, The Creature from the Black Lagoon! Also, it’s vintage Funko memorabilia which is super cool to me! This flyer was released in the early 2000’s at one of the San Diego Comic Con’s.
Image


Awesome =D> =D> =D>
- InternationlPopper - :freddy2:

User avatar
InternationalPopper
Posts: 2658
Joined: Tue May 23, 2017 1:48 am
Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby InternationalPopper » Sun May 03, 2020 4:36 pm

SpaceDude wrote:I feel so official with this button! I find so much appreciation in the vintage/retro Funko items!!
Image


So cool, congrats getting so much fantastic memorabilia :cheers: :cheers: :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:
- InternationlPopper - :freddy2:

User avatar
InternationalPopper
Posts: 2658
Joined: Tue May 23, 2017 1:48 am
Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby InternationalPopper » Sun May 03, 2020 4:37 pm

SpaceDude wrote:Here is another older piece of Funko History this is a newer pick up. Figured I would share it with everyone!
Image


And this is my favorite :bounce: :bounce: :bounce:
- InternationlPopper - :freddy2:

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Sun May 03, 2020 4:47 pm

So cool, congrats getting so much fantastic memorabilia :cheers: :cheers: :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:[/quote]

Thank you I really appreciate that! This stuff means a ton to me!
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
renardchua
Posts: 2448
Joined: Mon Sep 17, 2018 2:21 am
Location: Manila, Philippines
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby renardchua » Sat May 09, 2020 10:48 am

Got these during Funko Hollywood Grand Opening.

Funko Chocolate Bars

Hi, I’m Renard. :freddy3:
Instagram: @renardchua

ImageImageImage
ImageImageImage

User avatar
thejosh2010
Collector of the Month
Collector of the Month
Posts: 10567
Joined: Thu Jun 25, 2015 7:46 pm
Location: Where the T-Bones roam
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby thejosh2010 » Sat May 16, 2020 8:06 pm

SpaceDude wrote:Here is another older piece of Funko History this is a newer pick up. Figured I would share it with everyone!
Image


Another cool piece of Funko history pal! =D>
Image
COTM 01/18
IG: THEJOSH2010
Funko LOVE in the Heart of the Appalachia

Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Sun May 17, 2020 12:45 am

thejosh2010 wrote:
SpaceDude wrote:Here is another older piece of Funko History this is a newer pick up. Figured I would share it with everyone!
Image


Another cool piece of Funko history pal! =D>


Thank you man! Means a ton!
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
renardchua
Posts: 2448
Joined: Mon Sep 17, 2018 2:21 am
Location: Manila, Philippines
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby renardchua » Sat Jul 04, 2020 1:42 pm

SpaceDude wrote:Image

Retro Booth List From SDCC 04 one of my recent pickups! Very happy about this one and can’t wait to frame it with my other stuff!


Great stuff, Tate! This is surely one of the things that I would like to have as well. :cheers:
Hi, I’m Renard. :freddy3:
Instagram: @renardchua

ImageImageImage
ImageImageImage

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Mon Jul 06, 2020 2:13 am

renardchua wrote:
SpaceDude wrote:Image

Retro Booth List From SDCC 04 one of my recent pickups! Very happy about this one and can’t wait to frame it with my other stuff!


Great stuff, Tate! This is surely one of the things that I would like to have as well. :cheers:


Thank you brother I appreciate it! Great piece for sure I am sure you will find it someday! :cheers:
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Sun Jul 26, 2020 2:06 am

I figured I would finally share with everyone a couple of special pieces from Funko History, the Funko clock's! Both pieces are very limited from the early 2000's by Nodderworld. When I first joined the Forums this is one of the first boards I visited, I saw that Josh owned these special pieces. Seeing this it inspired me to hunt them down, thankfully I found them. Thank you Josh for inspiring me to find these! I am so happy to own both of them and they are definitely two of my favorite items in my collection! \:D/ \:D/


The first clock (It's Time for FUN!) is limited to 25
Image



The second (The Future of FUN) is limited to 48
Image
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
thejosh2010
Collector of the Month
Collector of the Month
Posts: 10567
Joined: Thu Jun 25, 2015 7:46 pm
Location: Where the T-Bones roam
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby thejosh2010 » Sun Jul 26, 2020 11:13 am

SpaceDude wrote:I figured I would finally share with everyone a couple of special pieces from Funko History, the Funko clock's! Both pieces are very limited from the early 2000's by Nodderworld. When I first joined the Forums this is one of the first boards I visited, I saw that Josh owned these special pieces. Seeing this it inspired me to hunt them down, thankfully I found them. Thank you Josh for inspiring me to find these! I am so happy to own both of them and they are definitely two of my favorite items in my collection! \:D/ \:D/


The first clock (It's Time for FUN!) is limited to 25
Image



The second (The Future of FUN) is limited to 48
Image


Congratulations on the sweet set pal! The clocks are some of the coolest Funko out there!! :compress:
Image
COTM 01/18
IG: THEJOSH2010
Funko LOVE in the Heart of the Appalachia

Image

User avatar
willy wonka
Collector of the Month
Collector of the Month
Posts: 4233
Joined: Sun Aug 28, 2016 7:19 pm
Location: Toronto, ON

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby willy wonka » Sun Jul 26, 2020 12:07 pm

SpaceDude wrote:I figured I would finally share with everyone a couple of special pieces from Funko History, the Funko clock's! Both pieces are very limited from the early 2000's by Nodderworld. When I first joined the Forums this is one of the first boards I visited, I saw that Josh owned these special pieces. Seeing this it inspired me to hunt them down, thankfully I found them. Thank you Josh for inspiring me to find these! I am so happy to own both of them and they are definitely two of my favorite items in my collection! \:D/ \:D/


The first clock (It's Time for FUN!) is limited to 25
Image



The second (The Future of FUN) is limited to 48
Image



Congrats on owning those two amazing and hard to find Clocks. They look amazing.
Just call me Joe...

ImageImage
ISO: Freddy Mad Hatter LE 1/24, Mad Hatter Protos,
SDCC 4 Pack Dorbz(Found thanks to another Funatic)

User avatar
Nis_chac
Posts: 642
Joined: Sun Jul 28, 2019 11:42 pm
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby Nis_chac » Sun Jul 26, 2020 1:06 pm

SpaceDude wrote:I figured I would finally share with everyone a couple of special pieces from Funko History, the Funko clock's! Both pieces are very limited from the early 2000's by Nodderworld. When I first joined the Forums this is one of the first boards I visited, I saw that Josh owned these special pieces. Seeing this it inspired me to hunt them down, thankfully I found them. Thank you Josh for inspiring me to find these! I am so happy to own both of them and they are definitely two of my favorite items in my collection! \:D/ \:D/


The first clock (It's Time for FUN!) is limited to 25
Image



The second (The Future of FUN) is limited to 48
Image

Sweet!!
I love the Violin! :-({|=
It's easier for me to get to know people through social media... add me so we can be friends
https://www.instagram.com/phunko_fotography
ImageImage

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Sun Jul 26, 2020 5:27 pm

thejosh2010 wrote:
SpaceDude wrote:I figured I would finally share with everyone a couple of special pieces from Funko History, the Funko clock's! Both pieces are very limited from the early 2000's by Nodderworld. When I first joined the Forums this is one of the first boards I visited, I saw that Josh owned these special pieces. Seeing this it inspired me to hunt them down, thankfully I found them. Thank you Josh for inspiring me to find these! I am so happy to own both of them and they are definitely two of my favorite items in my collection! \:D/ \:D/


The first clock (It's Time for FUN!) is limited to 25
Image



The second (The Future of FUN) is limited to 48
Image


Congratulations on the sweet set pal! The clocks are some of the coolest Funko out there!! :compress:


Thank you so much brother I appreciate it! I agree both super cool pieces for sure =D> =D>
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Sun Jul 26, 2020 5:29 pm

willy wonka wrote:
SpaceDude wrote:I figured I would finally share with everyone a couple of special pieces from Funko History, the Funko clock's! Both pieces are very limited from the early 2000's by Nodderworld. When I first joined the Forums this is one of the first boards I visited, I saw that Josh owned these special pieces. Seeing this it inspired me to hunt them down, thankfully I found them. Thank you Josh for inspiring me to find these! I am so happy to own both of them and they are definitely two of my favorite items in my collection! \:D/ \:D/


The first clock (It's Time for FUN!) is limited to 25
Image



The second (The Future of FUN) is limited to 48
Image



Congrats on owning those two amazing and hard to find Clocks. They look amazing.


Thank you so much I appreciate it, they were for sure very hard to find! Thank you! O:) O:)
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Sun Jul 26, 2020 5:30 pm

Nis_chac wrote:
SpaceDude wrote:I figured I would finally share with everyone a couple of special pieces from Funko History, the Funko clock's! Both pieces are very limited from the early 2000's by Nodderworld. When I first joined the Forums this is one of the first boards I visited, I saw that Josh owned these special pieces. Seeing this it inspired me to hunt them down, thankfully I found them. Thank you Josh for inspiring me to find these! I am so happy to own both of them and they are definitely two of my favorite items in my collection! \:D/ \:D/


The first clock (It's Time for FUN!) is limited to 25
Image



The second (The Future of FUN) is limited to 48
Image

Sweet!!


Thank you!! O:) O:)
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
SpaceDude
Rookie Of The year
Rookie Of The year
Posts: 870
Joined: Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:01 pm
Location: Colorado
Contact:

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby SpaceDude » Sun Jul 26, 2020 5:30 pm

Nis_chac wrote:
SpaceDude wrote:I figured I would finally share with everyone a couple of special pieces from Funko History, the Funko clock's! Both pieces are very limited from the early 2000's by Nodderworld. When I first joined the Forums this is one of the first boards I visited, I saw that Josh owned these special pieces. Seeing this it inspired me to hunt them down, thankfully I found them. Thank you Josh for inspiring me to find these! I am so happy to own both of them and they are definitely two of my favorite items in my collection! \:D/ \:D/


The first clock (It's Time for FUN!) is limited to 25
Image



The second (The Future of FUN) is limited to 48
Image

Sweet!!


Thank you!! O:) O:)
Tate/SpaceDude's Pop Vault :freddy3:
2020 Rookie of the Year
Instagram: spacedudespopvault
Image ImageImage ImageImage Image

User avatar
supertoygiant
Collector of the Month
Collector of the Month
Posts: 3187
Joined: Fri Nov 14, 2014 3:29 pm

Re: your oddest piece of Funko, special Funko history

Postby supertoygiant » Sun Jul 26, 2020 7:34 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!

Image



WOW!
1st pop Marvel Thor bobble head and Captain America (2011) Walked into booth at SDCC and purchsed in less than 5 minutes. LOL \:D/

FUNKLUB MEMBER #1893

1st dorbz Funko shop Freddy.



ISO CM Punk


Return to “Other Funko Products”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users