Snap, Crackle and Pop! The History of Funko’s Cereal Icons

hobbyDB super user Javier Serrano, aka Fjaviserr gets our day started right with a look at Funko’s history of Cereal Mascots. Read more of his wonderful guest posts here!   The revolution created by Will Keith and John Harvey Kellogg with Corn Flakes, not only had an impact on our nutritional habits, but over the years […]

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Funko’s Intergalactic History of Classic Robot Collectibles

From the Desk of Fjaviserr Javier is a big Funko fan with a particular passion for horror and SciFi. You can read his other articles here.   It is not difficult to think of robots when we talk about Science Fiction. Since the early days of the Seventh Art and Television, they have played a […]

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Collecting the Collectors Who Collect Funko and Beyond

From the Desk of Fjaviserr Javier is a big Funko fan with a particular passion for horror and SciFi. You can read his other articles here. After being a collector for more than thirty years, the only thing I am clear about is that collecting is not a science. But we have some non-writing rules, […]

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Funko’s Journey Through Willy Wonka’s World of Imagination

  Inspired by a bit of an over-indulgence of Easter candy, Pop Price Guide super user Javier Serrano, aka Fjavirserr takes us through Funko’s history of Willy Wonka collectible items.   Most people bear Tim Burton’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” (2005) in mind when we think about Willy Wonka. However, the work of the […]

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Ready, Fire, Aim – My Relentless Search for Funko’s Ho-Lee Grails

Marvel

There are grails and then there are holy grails. Funko super fan and PPG member GrailMonster shares with us his recent mission to collect all three of the ultra rare metallic Stan Lee exclusives.   In the summer of 2020, the pandemic was raging, but my marketing company was booming — I was one of […]

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The Influence of Japanese Toys on Funko Collectibles

From the Desk of Fjaviserr Javier is a big Funko fan with a particular passion for horror and SciFi. You can read his other articles here. After World War II, Japan became one of the most important toy-producing countries in the world and the story continues on nowadays. The tradition of the Japanese toy industry […]

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Guest Blog: Inside Funko’s World of Guillermo del Toro Collectibles

From the Desk of Fjaviserr Javier is a big Funko fan with a particular passion for horror and SciFi. You can read his other articles here.   Since his childhood Guillermo del Toro was a fan of comics and classic horror cinema, and loved to sculpt his own play-dough monster figures. As a result, Del […]

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Guest Blog: Funko’s Haunted History of Freddy Krueger Pop! Figures and More

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From the Desk of Fjaviserr Javier is a big Funko fan with a particular passion for horror and SciFi. You can read his other articles here.   I had to wait until the early 90’s to watch “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” just because I was seven years old in 1984. This classic which is […]

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Guest Blog: I Have the Power! Funko’s History of Masters of the Universe Collectibles

Masters of the Universe

Pop Price Guide Squad member Javier Serrano, aka FJaviserr, takes us through Funko’s history of Masters of the Universe collectible figures from Pop!s to Wacky Wobblers and more. I remember it as if it was yesterday when my parents gave me my first Masters of the Universe (MOTU) figure. That Skeletor action figure rocked my […]

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Guest Blog – Funko’s History of Artistic Collaborations

Ron English

From Ron English (above) and beyond, Pop Price Guide user and Squad member Javier Serrano, aka FJaviserr, takes us through Funko’s history of artist collaborations. From time to time, toy brands surprise us by making artistic collaborations with contemporary artists and designers. This alliance between them shows us how to elevate a figure to a […]

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