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Postby icemanfan44 » Tue Jan 14, 2020 3:30 pm

dtmkyle wrote:Nothing too crazy compared to everyone else but i have one of the crazy color boo berry protos signed and numbered by brian! Also have a few of the polystone ad icon wobblers!

crazy color protos are some of the rarest. Very cool.
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My Oddest series I have is probably the Star Wars Monster Mash ups. I haven’t looked too hard, but was wondering if there are other fandoms the were mashed up?
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Postby Nis_chac » Thu Jan 16, 2020 10:48 pm

case wrote:My Oddest series I have is probably the Star Wars Monster Mash ups. I haven’t looked too hard, but was wondering if there are other fandoms the were mashed up?
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Postby thejosh2010 » Thu Jan 16, 2020 10:52 pm

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case wrote:My Oddest series I have is probably the Star Wars Monster Mash ups. I haven’t looked too hard, but was wondering if there are other fandoms the were mashed up?
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case wrote:My Oddest series I have is probably the Star Wars Monster Mash ups. I haven’t looked too hard, but was wondering if there are other fandoms the were mashed up?
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Star Wars & Angry birds..

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True that Josh! I had a feeling there was something else!
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Star Wars & Angry birds..

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True that Josh! I had a feeling there was something else!

Wait theses are made by Funko???
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Postby thejosh2010 » Fri Jan 17, 2020 12:00 am

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True that Josh! I had a feeling there was something else!

Wait theses are made by Funko???


Yes, Funko wobblers! :compress:
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thejosh2010 wrote:
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True that Josh! I had a feeling there was something else!

Wait theses are made by Funko???


Yes, Funko wobblers! :compress:

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Postby FireEmblemZack » Fri Jan 17, 2020 11:33 am

Wow, just found this thread and it was so cool to read through it! So many awesome unique pieces! I posted this in the Wobbler Dance Hall but I think it works here too: This is the Lee's Toy Review magazine with the Freddy Wobbler that goes with it! I love how the 2000s were a perfect time for magazines. Stuff like Nintendo Power, Disney adventures and the Nick magazine were all favorites of mine growing up. Too bad all the news you need is in your pocket :( But at least it's cool history!

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Postby Scotty » Fri Jan 17, 2020 11:27 pm

I just found this thread as well. A great trip through Funko history. Josh, I'm really impressed with how many rarities you've scarfed up.

I have quite a few obscure pieces, but the oddest has to be the Sylvester proto Funko made to test producing a standard sized Wobbler that made sound. It is quite the DIY project. Sadly the wires are cut so I'd have to do some major surgery to see if a sound was programmed in anywhere. I'm sure I'll get to it one day.

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Postby thejosh2010 » Sat Jan 18, 2020 1:41 am

Scotty wrote:I just found this thread as well. A great trip through Funko history. Josh, I'm really impressed with how many rarities you've scarfed up.

I have quite a few obscure pieces, but the oddest has to be the Sylvester proto Funko made to test producing a standard sized Wobbler that made sound. It is quite the DIY project. Sadly the wires are cut so I'd have to do some major surgery to see if a sound was programmed in anywhere. I'm sure I'll get to it one day.

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Thanks Scott! Always cool seeing the odd and obscure that Funko has put out! Love that Sylvester! :happy2:
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Postby Nis_chac » Sat Jan 18, 2020 10:43 am

Scotty wrote:I just found this thread as well. A great trip through Funko history. Josh, I'm really impressed with how many rarities you've scarfed up.

I have quite a few obscure pieces, but the oddest has to be the Sylvester proto Funko made to test producing a standard sized Wobbler that made sound. It is quite the DIY project. Sadly the wires are cut so I'd have to do some major surgery to see if a sound was programmed in anywhere. I'm sure I'll get to it one day.

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Postby mongoose12 » Sat Jan 18, 2020 8:43 pm

Scotty wrote:I just found this thread as well. A great trip through Funko history. Josh, I'm really impressed with how many rarities you've scarfed up.

I have quite a few obscure pieces, but the oddest has to be the Sylvester proto Funko made to test producing a standard sized Wobbler that made sound. It is quite the DIY project. Sadly the wires are cut so I'd have to do some major surgery to see if a sound was programmed in anywhere. I'm sure I'll get to it one day.

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Love love LOVE this thread! I really enjoying seeing pieces that I didn't even know Funko made.
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thejosh2010 wrote:
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True that Josh! I had a feeling there was something else!

Wait theses are made by Funko???


Yes, Funko wobblers! :compress:


Wow these are amazing and I agree they are very odd pieces.
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Postby Minyinz610 » Sat Jan 18, 2020 11:49 pm

FireEmblemZack wrote:Wow, just found this thread and it was so cool to read through it! So many awesome unique pieces! I posted this in the Wobbler Dance Hall but I think it works here too: This is the Lee's Toy Review magazine with the Freddy Wobbler that goes with it! I love how the 2000s were a perfect time for magazines. Stuff like Nintendo Power, Disney adventures and the Nick magazine were all favorites of mine growing up. Too bad all the news you need is in your pocket :( But at least it's cool history!

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This will forever be my favorite thread. I hope to be able to contribute one day haha.
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This can of corn was acutally a T-Shirt in a can put out in the Funko Mart days of SDCC around 2004 I beleive

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

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This can of corn was acutally a T-Shirt in a can put out in the Funko Mart days of SDCC around 2004 I beleive

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

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Wow I’ve only heard about those sneakers! So cool!
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Nis_chac wrote:
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This can of corn was acutally a T-Shirt in a can put out in the Funko Mart days of SDCC around 2004 I beleive

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

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Wow I’ve only heard about those sneakers! So cool!


this creamed corn takes the prize for me. so awesome that you have it! :cheers: gets me thinking and hoping they bring back the can of corn challenge at fundays back this year!
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Strending625 wrote:I have a pair of these somewhere around the house. I got them about 5 years ago, long before I fell in love with funko and didn't know these were funko until a few months ago :)
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That's pretty cool Brandon!! :eek: Did you take yours out of the box!? How do they sound!?


Forgot about these! Bought a pair for my on clearance at Best Buy years ago. Held up well enough for the abuse he put them through.
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Postby Hgmaddhatter » Thu Feb 06, 2020 11:48 pm

These are such cool stories, unfortunately I dont have any really unique pieces but a few of my signed funkos have fun stories.

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Postby Hgmaddhatter » Sat Feb 08, 2020 5:41 pm

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These are soooo cool! I may have to try and DIY myself some of these because I am sure they are impossible to find.

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Postby Hgmaddhatter » Sat Feb 08, 2020 5:43 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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Such a cool story, its really awesome that they were able to male your wedding even morw special and certainly memorable. And now you have these awesome keepsakes.

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Postby Hgmaddhatter » Sat Feb 08, 2020 5:45 pm

Strending625 wrote:I have a pair of these somewhere around the house. I got them about 5 years ago, long before I fell in love with funko and didn't know these were funko until a few months ago :)
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Wow! Never would have thought they made headphones. Very cool and unique piece of funko history....

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Postby Hgmaddhatter » Sat Feb 08, 2020 5:46 pm

thejosh2010 wrote:Since I really hadn't seen these posted here, I thought it is crucial that these two pieces of Funko history should be included! A true couple of limited gems from the mid-2000's, both exclusive to Nodderworld! Two tremendously special pieces that are two of my most adored acquisitions!!

1 of 25, It's Time For Fun Clock

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1 of 48, The Future Of Fun Clock

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These are soooo great! I hope in the future they bring some of these retro styles and collectible concepts back. I would love to have either one of these.

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Postby Hgmaddhatter » Sat Feb 08, 2020 5:48 pm

thejosh2010 wrote:For Freddy Friday, a never released Freddy Funko neon clock that would have been the 3rd large clock to be released by Funko in the mid-2000's; only 2 samples were ever made. Another full sized clock...it's roughly 14" in diameter :compress:

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Ok, seeing the neon and the other clocks posted on here make me even more hopeful they bring some of these designs to life.

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My oldest piece is the Batman Robot style -prior to Pops being made

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Funko super hero lanyards. I have a Superman and a Batman.
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Found this at a local toy show and knew I HAD to have it. I think its one of the most unique things in our collection!

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This can of corn was acutally a T-Shirt in a can put out in the Funko Mart days of SDCC around 2004 I beleive

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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?



I would love those shoes....damn this is the Funko swag I’m looking for!
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sdcccrasher wrote:My oddest piece is a Spastik Plastik coin purse.


Yay, i finally found them! lol I have two...not sure how many there were but i'm sure Rev has them all :bow:

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These are fun...i kind of shrugged when i got one at fundays, but it’s actually grown on me a solid a souvenir.
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Postby Dbactor » Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:26 am

thejosh2010 wrote:Since I really hadn't seen these posted here, I thought it is crucial that these two pieces of Funko history should be included! A true couple of limited gems from the mid-2000's, both exclusive to Nodderworld! Two tremendously special pieces that are two of my most adored acquisitions!!

1 of 25, It's Time For Fun Clock

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1 of 48, The Future Of Fun Clock

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These are fun, would be great for a full Funko room!
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FunkoFern wrote:Found this at a local toy show and knew I HAD to have it. I think its one of the most unique things in our collection!

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Thanks I love it! I am hoping I can find one of the other ones one day, would be cool to give him a buddy :)

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My oldest pieces are rocka socks robots Wacky Wobbler & stormtrooper pig
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case wrote:My Oddest series I have is probably the Star Wars Monster Mash ups. I haven’t looked too hard, but was wondering if there are other fandoms the were mashed up?
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Those are awesome.

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Postby SpaceDude » Sat Feb 29, 2020 3:20 am

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This can of corn was acutally a T-Shirt in a can put out in the Funko Mart days of SDCC around 2004 I beleive

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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?



Okay, the can of corn is so awesome! I hope I find one some day to add to my collection! That's so unique! :freddy3:
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thejosh2010 wrote:Hmm...this looks familiar... It's a pretty cool piece of Funko history from the 2004 Funko booth at SDCC \:D/



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This is a cool piece of Funko History for sure! Thanks for sharing this!! :freddy3:
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