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(The Hollywood Reporter)   Funko releases built-your-own figurine kit   ( divider line
    More: Cool, Figurine, The Order, Popping, Pops, Piece, Pickup, Factory, Pop music  
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2020-12-02 6:26:56 AM  
No need, I already have a Mr. Potato Head
2020-12-02 6:56:02 AM  

Tom Marvolo Bombadil: No need, I already have a Mr. Potato Head

No they melt them together for you so you can never change it again. Mr Potato Head was infinitely better.
2020-12-02 8:07:55 AM  
Heroforge has let you make custom minis for years. 3d printing has really opened up customization.
2020-12-02 8:09:08 AM  
Honestly, this would be the only reason I'd get one. I appreciate that they really dig deep into geek fandom and licensing, but a Funko voodoo doll has appeal.
2020-12-02 8:15:12 AM  

Tom Marvolo Bombadil: No need, I already have a Mr. Potato Head

I wouldn't mind getting some Mrs. Potato Head.   I could be her dick-tater.
2020-12-02 8:40:49 AM  
These are the kind of things that if I started buying, I would need a warehouse to store them all
I have lots, and I do mean lots, of Star Wars figures but they stack nicely in Rubbermaid containers in a corner in the basement.
I have seen so many of these Pop figures that I wanted to get that I refuse to "break the seal", as it were
2020-12-02 8:52:43 AM  
I always wanted a Whatnot, but never managed to get to the US before it closed.
2020-12-02 10:21:25 AM  
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