CaseyJones14 wrote:That's definitely not true. If you take a look at his office he's got a very large Dorbz collection and even had custom Misers made specifically for him. He's come out many times and said Dorbz were his favorite line, but he has always been a Pez head so it does not surprise me that they are still rolling out Pez. Money talks and I'm sure Dorbz weren't pulling enough weight.
I remember when he said that it was his favorite line there were high hopes it could become as big as Pop did, which unfortunately didn't happen. What's hard to see with Brian is he usually loves getting his very specific characters he's into as figures for all the lines then really just coasts on the rest, so making custom Misers might be more for his love of the Misers then Dorbz. It's also possible he was really into Dorbz then but lost interest in them, that seems more likely to me. I very much understand money talks, but I have a hard time believing with the company making hundreds of millions more per quarter then when Dorbz were at their prime that there's any issue making the really simplistic molds for a couple thousand and selling a few once every few months, especially when the Pez make less profit with a more limited run/more complex head mold and the company spends an insane amount of money on life size figures that aren't even used for the retail stores among other things which are a pure loss
mongoose12 wrote:Brett, you're making alot of sense. Sometimes it isn't about what you love but what boils down to a business decision.
Honestly, if it's solely that to the point they won't make anything they like in even a limited quantity I don't think Funko is Funko anymore
It doesn't matter the amount you have or length you collected, but that you're happy with what you own
Current Goal: Get The Three Caballeros created as Pops and Funko Soda
Getting there, we got Caballeros Loungefly for 2020!