Your display, the Funko way!

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Rook451 » Sun Dec 16, 2018 12:53 pm

so many great displays! gotta love it! my whole apartment is just bricked completely in wall to wall pops XD

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Rozureido » Tue Dec 18, 2018 8:46 pm

My partner surprised me with a couple Detolfs, a couple Michael's Baseball Bat displays, a bunch of acrylic risers and some pod lights for Christmas. Had a lot of fun setting up my new displays:

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby dtmkyle » Tue Dec 18, 2018 8:51 pm

Rozureido wrote:My partner surprised me with a couple Detolfs, a couple Michael's Baseball Bat displays, a bunch of acrylic risers and some pod lights for Christmas. Had a lot of fun setting up my new displays:

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Looks incredible!

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby YeetGrimes » Tue Dec 18, 2018 10:15 pm

Here's my It wall! So far, I have every It (both 2017 and 1990) product Funko has ever made available for purchase (I'm just waiting on some packages to add to the mountain).
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Hiya, I'm Julie! I cosplayed as Pennywise at Funko Fundays 2018. I'm an It completist but also love to collect things from other movies, TV shows, games, etc. that I like.

I'm also an aspiring artist that frequently creates Funko and pop culture-related pieces. Check them out on my social medias:

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Stush » Wed Dec 19, 2018 11:27 am

Very cool everyone!

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby thefunkohunko » Wed Dec 19, 2018 7:36 pm

Decided to decorate just in time for Christmas and rearrange the shelf a bit! Hope everyone has a Happy Holidays! So stoked to be back on here after this very tough semester of college!

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby sho12ty78 » Thu Dec 20, 2018 9:22 am

YeetGrimes wrote:Here's my It wall! So far, I have every It (both 2017 and 1990) product Funko has ever made available for purchase (I'm just waiting on some packages to add to the mountain).
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Wow! That is an impressive wall of collectibles. Keep it up!

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby sho12ty78 » Thu Dec 20, 2018 9:30 am

thefunkohunko wrote:Decided to decorate just in time for Christmas and rearrange the shelf a bit! Hope everyone has a Happy Holidays! So stoked to be back on here after this very tough semester of college!

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Nice! Love the mix use of regular items and funko related items. That is my ultimate goal too. :)

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Karubin » Thu Dec 20, 2018 3:10 pm

thefunkohunko wrote:Decided to decorate just in time for Christmas and rearrange the shelf a bit! Hope everyone has a Happy Holidays! So stoked to be back on here after this very tough semester of college!

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Love all the decorations and display!! Wish I have the creative side and the room to do so; so much funko stuff and no room to display most of them!!
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Mags » Thu Dec 20, 2018 3:12 pm

thefunkohunko wrote:Decided to decorate just in time for Christmas and rearrange the shelf a bit! Hope everyone has a Happy Holidays! So stoked to be back on here after this very tough semester of college!

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Oh wow, that's so cool! Awesome display!
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby YeetGrimes » Thu Dec 20, 2018 9:48 pm

Such colorful and well-organized collections! Nice work, Funatics!
Hiya, I'm Julie! I cosplayed as Pennywise at Funko Fundays 2018. I'm an It completist but also love to collect things from other movies, TV shows, games, etc. that I like.

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby djmarz04 » Tue Dec 25, 2018 11:31 am

Current set up

What do you think?


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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby donofoblivion » Tue Dec 25, 2018 1:48 pm

djmarz04 wrote:Current set up

What do you think?


http://imgur.com/gallery/3USDDQM

Wonderful set-up! Continue to see many beautiful and wonderful displays on this thread! Fabulous work everyone! =D>
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby JenPop » Tue Dec 25, 2018 8:26 pm

Rozureido wrote:My partner surprised me with a couple Detolfs, a couple Michael's Baseball Bat displays, a bunch of acrylic risers and some pod lights for Christmas. Had a lot of fun setting up my new displays:
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Great looking set-up! What a great Christmas present!
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby JenPop » Tue Dec 25, 2018 8:28 pm

thefunkohunko wrote:Decided to decorate just in time for Christmas and rearrange the shelf a bit! Hope everyone has a Happy Holidays! So stoked to be back on here after this very tough semester of college!

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So festive! I love it!
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby 91shawny » Wed Dec 26, 2018 8:53 am

Have many pops but anime is my core collection so I only them.

They are in .45mm protectors from 7bucksapop and stack well, but I needed advice as to what type of wood I should put on the bottom so they have a flat base, any recommendations?

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Mags » Wed Dec 26, 2018 3:23 pm

91shawny wrote:Have many pops but anime is my core collection so I only them.

They are in .45mm protectors from 7bucksapop and stack well, but I needed advice as to what type of wood I should put on the bottom so they have a flat base, any recommendations?

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Any type of wood planks should work, as long as they're pretty solid. Cherry, maple, walnut, or oak are what I've noticed most people go for when it comes to building so they wouldn't be bad choices for simple base planks.
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Imagineeringfunko » Fri Dec 28, 2018 8:54 pm

Just looking at all these collections makes me jealous
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Btrfly06 » Sat Dec 29, 2018 12:37 am

Great collection!

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby fbingha » Sat Dec 29, 2018 1:19 am

Mags wrote:
91shawny wrote:Have many pops but anime is my core collection so I only them.

They are in .45mm protectors from 7bucksapop and stack well, but I needed advice as to what type of wood I should put on the bottom so they have a flat base, any recommendations?

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Any type of wood planks should work, as long as they're pretty solid. Cherry, maple, walnut, or oak are what I've noticed most people go for when it comes to building so they wouldn't be bad choices for simple base planks.


Cherry, maple, walnut, and oak are going to be expensive. I would recommend poplar. It is the second least expensive board (pine is cheapest) you can get at most home stores and is still attractive as is. You need to look through the boards to find a straight piece. To get straight, you need to eye ball the board by placing one end on the ground and put one eye at the other end looking down the board. You can easily see if the board is straight or bowed. You can also put the board on the floor and see if the middle is bowed off the ground or if the edges are raised off of the floor. I prefer to just eyeball the board by looking down the edge though.
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby anime23 » Sat Dec 29, 2018 11:29 am

Finally decided for the sake of room I would take some out of the box. I am pretty much an in box collectors but these are the ones I would never get rid of. The rest are on shelves all over the house and even big Tupperware containers for safe keeping.

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby anime23 » Sat Dec 29, 2018 12:08 pm

YeetGrimes wrote:Here's my It wall! So far, I have every It (both 2017 and 1990) product Funko has ever made available for purchase (I'm just waiting on some packages to add to the mountain).
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OMG If that was in my bedroom I'd wake up everyone morning and scream. Well done!
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby FuegoGlorious » Sat Dec 29, 2018 7:26 pm

Shame I'm not a fan of OOB, some really nice collections/displays when the POPs are OOB
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Lobstercrossing » Mon Dec 31, 2018 9:25 pm

anime23 wrote:Finally decided for the sake of room I would take some out of the box. I am pretty much an in box collectors but these are the ones I would never get rid of. The rest are on shelves all over the house and even big Tupperware containers for safe keeping.

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Super sweet use of lighting :glasses2:
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Stush » Wed Jan 02, 2019 12:58 pm

91shawny wrote:Have many pops but anime is my core collection so I only them.

They are in .45mm protectors from 7bucksapop and stack well, but I needed advice as to what type of wood I should put on the bottom so they have a flat base, any recommendations?

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Very cool, well stacked. I like how the boxes just come in underneath your thermostat.

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Stush » Wed Jan 02, 2019 1:05 pm

Lobstercrossing wrote:
anime23 wrote:Finally decided for the sake of room I would take some out of the box. I am pretty much an in box collectors but these are the ones I would never get rid of. The rest are on shelves all over the house and even big Tupperware containers for safe keeping.

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Super sweet use of lighting :glasses2:

Agreed! Are the lights remote controlled? I would imagine they would be since turning them on and off underneath the stands would be a pain.

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Stush » Wed Jan 02, 2019 1:07 pm

thefunkohunko wrote:Decided to decorate just in time for Christmas and rearrange the shelf a bit! Hope everyone has a Happy Holidays! So stoked to be back on here after this very tough semester of college!

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Nice! Love seeing it decked out for Christmas!

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby YeetGrimes » Wed Jan 02, 2019 9:09 pm

Thank you! Love the lights you guys use on your shelves!
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby 91shawny » Thu Jan 03, 2019 8:51 am

Stush wrote:
91shawny wrote:Have many pops but anime is my core collection so I only them.

They are in .45mm protectors from 7bucksapop and stack well, but I needed advice as to what type of wood I should put on the bottom so they have a flat base, any recommendations?

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Very cool, well stacked. I like how the boxes just come in underneath your thermostat.


Thank you, I wanted to stack them to the top but the higher it goes, the more it starts to lean towards the front so with that, I will have to install a second shelf to offset the weight
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby hailmary25 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:04 am

Rozureido wrote:My partner surprised me with a couple Detolfs, a couple Michael's Baseball Bat displays, a bunch of acrylic risers and some pod lights for Christmas. Had a lot of fun setting up my new displays:

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Reminds I need to finish my own. I decided to build my own rises cause I was able to get an extra level out of at as opposed the bought ones like. Only down side is I need to actually made them. I have to Detlof and built about 4 risers so 4 more to go.
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby hailmary25 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 9:47 am

91shawny wrote:Have many pops but anime is my core collection so I only them.

They are in .45mm protectors from 7bucksapop and stack well, but I needed advice as to what type of wood I should put on the bottom so they have a flat base, any recommendations?

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Anime game on point. Is there any you actually missing?
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby 91shawny » Thu Jan 03, 2019 12:29 pm

hailmary25 wrote:
91shawny wrote:Have many pops but anime is my core collection so I only them.

They are in .45mm protectors from 7bucksapop and stack well, but I needed advice as to what type of wood I should put on the bottom so they have a flat base, any recommendations?

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Anime game on point. Is there any you actually missing?


I added some recently but missing wise:
AOT: Kenny, Ymir
DBZ: The newest wave announced, SS Vegito, Master Roshi (common), Arlia
MHA: All Might Weakened
TG: Rize

But just waiting on hot cash lol
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby Stush » Thu Jan 03, 2019 1:39 pm

I admire that so many people do set up and display their collections. I'm too indecisive to follow through with an idea. Plus space, time, cost, etc.

Anyway... Well done though everyone - it's good stuff - I love seeing what everyone comes up with.

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby hailmary25 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 3:01 pm

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hailmary25 wrote:
91shawny wrote:Have many pops but anime is my core collection so I only them.

They are in .45mm protectors from 7bucksapop and stack well, but I needed advice as to what type of wood I should put on the bottom so they have a flat base, any recommendations?

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Anime game on point. Is there any you actually missing?


I added some recently but missing wise:
AOT: Kenny, Ymir
DBZ: The newest wave announced, SS Vegito, Master Roshi (common), Arlia
MHA: All Might Weakened
TG: Rize

But just waiting on hot cash lol


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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby D4nnym4n123 » Sat Jan 05, 2019 2:52 am

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Wacky_jeff wrote:my collection is much bigger now as this is a few years old but this is how i had it, sadly the collection is in storage until i have my own place again.

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I think my wife would be more willing to let me buy whatever POP is out there if I had a place to better display them.

That’s an amazing collection good for you!
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby hallowken78 » Sat Jan 05, 2019 10:56 pm

Rozureido wrote:My partner surprised me with a couple Detolfs, a couple Michael's Baseball Bat displays, a bunch of acrylic risers and some pod lights for Christmas. Had a lot of fun setting up my new displays:
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Any idea where those acrylic risers are from? They look perfect! I have a few detolfs and would love to grab some in that size too.

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Postby thejosh2010 » Sun Jan 06, 2019 1:55 pm

So many amazing displays!! Really awesome :thumbright:
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby JenPop » Sun Jan 06, 2019 6:34 pm

anime23 wrote:Finally decided for the sake of room I would take some out of the box. I am pretty much an in box collectors but these are the ones I would never get rid of. The rest are on shelves all over the house and even big Tupperware containers for safe keeping.

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I love the different colored lights!
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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby FelonyMelanie » Mon Jan 07, 2019 12:17 pm

hallowken78 wrote:
Rozureido wrote:My partner surprised me with a couple Detolfs, a couple Michael's Baseball Bat displays, a bunch of acrylic risers and some pod lights for Christmas. Had a lot of fun setting up my new displays:
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Any idea where those acrylic risers are from? They look perfect! I have a few detolfs and would love to grab some in that size too.


Ebay and Amazon have them in 9" wide and 12" wide. They're about $20 each for the 12"

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Re: Your display, the Funko way!

Postby hallowken78 » Mon Jan 07, 2019 1:03 pm

FelonyMelanie wrote:
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Any idea where those acrylic risers are from? They look perfect! I have a few detolfs and would love to grab some in that size too.


Ebay and Amazon have them in 9" wide and 12" wide. They're about $20 each for the 12"


Thanks! I noticed all the options out there after I posted lol. In the past I've used white, expandable spice racks but these are so much nicer looking and not all that much more expensive.


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