While most of the Funatics collect the actual Funko products, I personally am a big fan of collecting memorabilia stuff as well.
Over the past few weeks, I observed that there was a sudden surge in interest with regards to Funko event posters, which I believe is mainly from the post of Becky over at Instagram - so let me try to chime in with the fun as well - and I am happy that a lot of us are in the same boat.
I mostly acquired them pre-pandemic, but during the pandemic, I have a lot of time and browsed through the boards and managed to add some pieces that I didn’t know that existed. Then, I slowly manage to frame them one by one to keep the conditions of the posters intact, the only problem is that I store them together as I have no place to hand all of them at the moment.
[next goal is to have a big house to hang all of these up.
Also, if there are any factual errors, or any other fun tidbits, please let me know, as I got the information mostly through the boards, and/or at that time of my acquisition.
First off, this is just Part 1 of my entry with regards to the Funko posters I accumulated across the years. The order I am placing them is roughly from the oldest to the most current one. The Funko Wacky Wobbler Galaxy of Stars
This piece also served as the catalog for the year 2003. I think there was no official catalog that year.
For additional reading about catalogs, this thread by Kroffty below is a good read.
LINK: viewtopic.php?f=72&t=86913Freddy Funko cardboard prints from Wild Bill
Next, we have two cardboard prints from a Funatic event organized by Wild Bill. There might be other variants to this, but currently I have these two versions.
[/url]Barnes and Nobles Shared Exclusive Poster Giveaway
All 4 posters were below were giveaways at Barnes and Nobles during SDCC week. They were distributed together with these SDCC Shared Exclusives. For years from 2014 to 2016, I am certain is during SDCC, but for the DC poster, I am not sure if its SDCC or NYCC but is definitely B&N.
2014 - Pop! Television checklist poster
2015 - Pop! Movies checklist poster
2016 - Get Pop! Cultured Freddy poster
2017 - DC Trinity Pop! Poster
[/url]Designer Con 2018 posters
These 3 posters were handed out at the Funko booth at Dcon that year. We have the following designs: Freddy Funk-o’s in Japanese cereal box, white Funk-o’s poster and the Amazing Carlos box art poster. Making Fun Movie Poster
The movie poster of Funko’s first ever documentary, Making Fun.
Stay tuned for the next part of these series - this will be mostly 2019 onwards.