PPG Sticker Split: 2017 Emerald City Comic Con

We’re reliving the 2017 Emerald City Comic Con this week as the PPG Sticker Split campaign continues on its journey.

Many of Funko’s convention items traditionally come with two variants: one with a convention sticker (SDCC, NYCC, ECCC and Celebration) and another with a shared exclusive sticker (i.e. Hot Topic, Target or Walmart).

Up to now, those items were regarded as one listing in the Pop Price Guide. Now we’re working our way back in time to “split” the items from conventions past to ensure even greater accuracy within the guide.

This week we’ve split eight Funko items from the 2017 Emerald City Comic Con, beginning with the Emerald City Crusader [ECCC] and its Emerald City Crusader (Glow in the Dark) [ECCC] variant.

In terms of 2-Packs, we split the Green Arrow and Black Canary (2-Pack) [ECCC] and Upside Down Eleven/Barb (2-Pack) [ECCC], in addition to the Dorbz Ridez The Great Gazoo with Flying Saucer [ECCC].

Also receiving the 2017 ECCC Sticker Split treatment is The Creeper [ECCC]Muftak [ECCC] and Pharah (Emerald) [ECCC].

We even dipped into the 2015 San Diego Comic Con to split the Vegeta (Metallic) [SDCC].

We’ve heard your requests and are working on splitting those as we speak. If you have a convention exclusive that you’d like us to split, simply drop us a comment below.

Happy Pop! Hunting.

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2 thoughts on “PPG Sticker Split: 2017 Emerald City Comic Con

  • November 8, 2019 at 2:39 am
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    The fact that these pops have the exact same barcode and only differ by sticker is silly. In regards to toy collecting this literally means nothing and to me seems like a way for collectors or stores to boost prices on pops that just aren’t that rare or limited to begin with. “Oh a NYCC sticker. That’s rare vs a Spring convention sticker”. If Funko produced 10k of a pop that’s all that matters. A sticker doesn’t make the pop harder to get or rarer. Especially when you can just sticker swap easily. This sticker phase compares to the artificial boost of the comic book market. Sell your pops with the more “valuable” stickers now because in a few years they will be worthless if the pop truly isn’t rare. . The sticker nonsense is a passing phase at best and actually ruins the hobby. Funko themselves don’t not categorize by sticker value nor should you.

    • November 9, 2019 at 12:35 pm
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      Totally agree…. I guess being at “the con” is viewed more highly than buying it in store… I think its silly as well as inflates values for no reason but if others what to pay more because of a sticker than more power to you

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