Funko’s Hikari Friday

Posted on: June 13, 2014

Are you ready for Hikari Friday?!
This Friday, we are giving away TWO DIFFERENT Hikari Sofubi Figures!
We will pick two winners this week and each will win ONE Hikari Sofubi Figure!
We are holding the giveaway via our social media channels.
@OriginalFunko

This week we are giving away Piece #1 of BOTH the Limited Edition Clear Leonardo Hikari Sofubi Figure AND the Limited Edition Pizza Power Barnes & Noble EXCLUSIVE Pizza Power Michelangelo Hikari Sofubi Figure!
  Clear Leonardo is limited 3000pcs WORLDWIDE!
Barnes & Noble Exclusive Pizza Power Michelangelo is limited to 600pcs WORLDWIDE!
Enter now for your chance to win one of these highly collectible figure!

Winners will be announced on Thursday!
Clear Leonardo Hikari Sofubi Figure

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Mezco Summer Toyz

Posted on: June 13, 2014

Mezco Toyz Summer Exclusives Now Available For Pre-order

Mezco Toyz Summer Exclusives

Now Available For Pre-order

 

New York- As the clock strikes 1pm (EST) on June 13
th , Mezco begins taking pre-orders on its exciting array of Summer Exclusive items.

 

Fans and collectors can chose from twelve much sought-after limited edition items:

Living Dead Dolls 16th Anniversary White Posey

Living Dead Dolls Resurrection Series 8

Universal Monsters Rebel Frankenstein

Sons Of Anarchy Clip On Set

Sons Of Anarchy Prison Jax

Breaking Bad Vamanos Pest Jesse Bobblehead

Breaking Bad Vamanos Pest Walter White Bobblehead

Breaking Bad Walter White Variant Figure

Judge Dredd Clip On

Breaking Bad Clip On Set

Breaking Bad Saul Goodman Variant Bobblehead

Breaking Bad Apron

As die-hard fans know, limited edition summer exclusives often sell out quickly at conventions; pre-ordering allows collectors to lock in their purchase without having to fight the convention crowds and worry about transporting their goods home.

A limited amount are available online

http://www.mezcotoyz.com/exclusives?p=1

beginning at 1pm EST on June 13th, but don’t delay because once they are gone, they are gone forever!

Be sure to visit Mezco at San Diego Comic Con at booth 3445.

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Funko’s ReAction Snake Plissken and The Goonies

Posted on: June 11, 2014

ReAction: Escape From New York 

In 1988, the crime rate in the United States rises four hundred percent. The once great city of New York becomes the one maximum security prison for the entire country. A fifty-foot containment wall is erected along the New Jersey shoreline, across the Harlem River, and down along the Brooklyn shoreline. It completely surrounds Manhattan Island. All bridges and waterways are mined. The United States Police Force, like an army, is encamped around the island. There are no guards inside the prison, only prisoners and the worlds they have made. The rules are simple: once you go in, you don’t come out.

But wait…The President of the United States has been involved in a plane crash that has left him in the treacherous prison!
This sounds like a job for…
SNAKE PLISSKEN!

Pre-Order our Escape From New York action figures now to save the day!

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Pre-Order Now!
Available in August!

ReAction: The Goonies

“Hey, you guys!”
The Goonies ReAction figures are coming for treasure this August!

They’re almost as irresistible as a Baby Ruth!
A treasure even One-Eyed Willie would be proud to have.

Goonies never die!!!

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Coming in August

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Funko’s Kratos and ReAction Firefly

Posted on: June 11, 2014

Pop! Games: God of War – Kratos

After much anticipation, Kratos Pop! is ready!
Kratos is a Spartan Warrior turned God of War from Sony’s wildly popular God of War series!

He’s been plotting his revenge on the Olympic Gods and now he is ready to seek vengeance!

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Available Now!

ReAction: Firefly

Calling all Joss Whedon fans!

Shiny!

We have a highly anticipated series for you today…
From the beloved television series Firefly, we bring you Captain Malcolm and the Serenity crew!

Firefly left our television screens way too soon, but now you can relive the magic with your favorite pioneers in action figure form!
Each figures comes with it’s own unique removable accessories.
Hoban Washburne even has a few toy dinosaurs!

You’ll be cursing your sudden but inevitable betrayal if you don’t snap these up!

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Available in August

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Funko’s Disney Frozen

Posted on: June 11, 2014

Pop! Disney: Frozen

For the first time in forever…
Frozen Pop!’s are coming!

We are excited to finally announce our brand new Frozen Pop! Series!
We have had many request for this series and we couldn’t wait for the line to make it’s debut!
The Oscar-winning film is the highest grossing animated film of ALL TIME!
Frozen’s soundtrack was also the best-selling digital soundtrack EVER!

Do you want to build a snowman?
Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven make the perfect Pop! companions!

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I Geek Disney: Maleficent

Posted on: June 8, 2014

Disney’s greatest villain hit theatres May 30th, and toy stores, making this a Disney Summer. Spotted in a local store were Funko Pop dolls of Maleficent & Aurora as well as dolls.  The latest issue of D23 also features a Maleficent cover of the movie, with two articles, one about the animated classic, the other the live action version,

Disney’s 16th animated classic, Sleeping Beauty, was released in 1959.  Maleficent was voiced by Eleanor Audley (who had worked before with Disney, voicing the Disney villain Lady Tremaine in Disney’s 1950 release of Cinderella – Disney’s 12th animated feature). Sleeping Beauty/Aurora/Briar Rose was voiced by Mary Costa.

55 years later Angelina Jolie would play Maleficent in the 2014 release, with Aurora played by Elle Fanning. While in the original tales of Sleeping Beauty (La Belle au bois dormant – The Beauty Asleep in the Wood- by French author Charles Perrault, and the Brother’ Grimm “Sleeping Beauty”) there are female villains, Maleficent was actually a Disney creation, created by one of Walt’s “Nine Old Men”, Marc Davis ( who also animated her plus Princess Aurora).

POP figure of Maleficent

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POP figure of Aurora

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Aurora doll

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Maleficent doll

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Royal Coronation Maleficent & Aurora

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D23 cover of Maleficent

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Blog Update: a dedication

I’d like to dedicate this blog to Daniel Casteel.  I’ve known of Dan since my sister was a Disney Store Cast Member back in the early 1990’s, but never knew him.  I knew of him from friends who were friends with him. I knew of him when I was at a Disney Store Trivia Challenge, where a friend of mine was competing with Dan.  Dan would win the contest, go on and eventually win the entire contest, getting to meet former Disney Archivist Dave Smith.

When my wife started working at the store where we first met she worked with Dan.  She would tell me of when they would talk and the items in his collection.  She would say to him, “My husband would love to interview you for his blog”.  I would.  I would also like to have known him.  He seemed like a great guy.  Dan would sometimes take trips to Tokyo Disneyland, and one year, close to Christmas time, he came back with Tokyo Disneyland buttons for the entire store Cast.  My wife still has hers.

When their store closed early this January that was the last I heard of, or saw Dan.  That was until this week.  My wife called me at work, at a point in the day when she normally doesn’t, so I knew something was wrong.  She told me that Dan had died.  She didn’t know how, but that he had died.  We both couldn’t believe it.

Since I don’t know the facts surrounding it I won’t write about it.  We found out that he had died on June 3 and that the wake would be this Sunday.  She asked me to go with her.  Of course I would.  I would also get to go to pay my respect to someone I knew of but wanted to know.

Before leaving for the wake I wrote my most recent blog. A simple one I thought, about the latest Disney movie Maleficent.  As I walked into the wake with my wife I saw Disney items all around the room.  The fairies from Sleeping Beauty.  Pictures of Dan at Disney parks (including Disneyland Paris), pictures of Dan at Disney World with close friends.  As I knelt before his coffin I prayed for him, then noticed they had put his Disney Store name tag on him.  I thought that was cool.  I saw beneath his name Maleficent.  The Disney Store would always put the Cast Member’s favorite character beneath their name.

At the wake were former Cast Members from when my wife first worked there who knew Dan to the very last Cast Members who worked with him when they closed down their store (where my wife worked).  While there I learned Sleeping Beauty was his favorite Disney movie.  It’s mine too.  Driving home I thought about how he had been in and out of my life for years, but I never got to know him.  I thought the best way to pay my final respect was to dedicate this blog to him.

To Dan’s family and close friends I pray for them and for them to remember that Dan is now in Heaven, a place where there is no pain, only peace.  That he is watching down from Heaven keeping his eye on you, at your side, and praying for you.

I also like to think that, besides being with God, family, and close friends in Heaven, that Dan is there sitting with Walt & Roy, enjoying a Dole Whip, and talking to them about just how much Disney meant to him.

For a Disney fan, I can’t think of a better way for him to spend his life.

Dedicated to Daniel Casteel, I wish I got to know you.

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Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return

Posted on: June 7, 2014

Released on May 9th was the sleeper Oz film Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return.  By sleeper, much like Dorothy in those poppy fields, I mean this film wasn’t marketed.  The only way I knew about it before its release was that I saw a poster for it while in the movie theatres this past winter.  The film has a great voice cast including:

Dan Aykroyd as the Scarecrow

James Belushi as the Lion

Kelsey Grammer as the Tin Man

Lea Michele as Dorothy

Bernadette Peters as Glinda

Tracey Adams as Aunt Em

Michael Krawic as Uncle Henry

Martin Short as The Appraiser/Jester

Brian Blessed as Jude Jawbreaker

Even at the 2014 Toy Fair I didn’t see anything for this film; in fact I didn’t even know they made toys for it until I saw them.  Compare that to Disney’s Oz The Great & Powerful (2013) and the marketing that film received (which was like a Kansas Tornado) it’s a miracle Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return even made money.

One of the writers on this film is Roger S. Baum, great-grandson of Oz creator L. Frank Baum who has taken over the Baum role of writing the OZ books.

Despite the low marketing, Bandai made several toys for the movie.  Below is the list of toys produced as well as some pictures and a link to the Bandai Return to Oz website in case you want to see or collect the rest of the series.  Being an OZ fan, I do plan on seeing the movie one day.

15” Dorothy Doll

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Dorothy fashion doll with Toto

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Dorothy in gingham dress

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Singing Dorothy doll featuring the voice of Lea Michele – doll features 2 song clips (15 seconds long each) from the movie, the clips are “One Day” and “Work with Me”.

Featured Plush:

Toto with sounds

Wiser the Owl with sounds (Three lines from the movie)

Figure Sets:  Two 5 pack sets were created, with 3” figures

Set 1: Dorothy, Toto, Scarecrow, Lion & the Tin Man

Set 2: Dorothy, Toto, The China Princess, Wiser and Marshall Mallow

8” plush dolls:

Dorothy, Toto, Lion, Scarecrow, Tin Man, Wiser, Jester, Marshall Mallow, China Princess

 

Legends of OZ by Bandai America Incorporated

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I Geek Disney – Marvel Super Hero Mashers

Posted on: June 6, 2014

“Hulk Mash!”, now you can too with Marvel’s Super Hero Mashers. The new toy line allows you to take the arms of Spidey, the legs of Iron Man, the torso of the Hulk and the head of Wolverine to form your own new hero (or villain).

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thor

falcon

hulk

iron man

green goblin

spidey

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hawkeye

wolverine

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I Geek Disney: Boba Fett “Mickey Ears”

Posted on: June 5, 2014

Part of the Series 4, this combo pack will be priced at $24.95 & released July 4.

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Toy-Lines interviews artist and writer Jeffrey Brown, creator of “Darth Vader and Son”, “Vader’s Little Princess” and “Jedi Academy”

Posted on: June 4, 2014

If you’ve been in a book store recently you might have seen the cutest Star Wars books ever; “Darth Vader and Son” and “Vader’s Little Princess”, the brain child of artist and writer Jeffrey Brown. Toy-Lines recently interviewed Jeffrey on his Star Wars themed books, his Star Wars fandom, and just who shot first, Han Solo or Greedo?

Toy-Lines: How long have you been writing and drawing comics?

Jeffrey Brown: I’ve been drawing comics since I was a little kid, but professionally, almost fifteen years now. My first self-published book Clumsy was drawn in 2001 and came out in 2002.

TL: Were your parents supportive of your art as a child and as a career?

JB: They’ve always been very supportive – there was a time when they were encouraging me to also take classes of a more practical nature (computer design classes and so forth), but once I was pursuing fine art they were fully behind me. They even helped pay for the first print run of Clumsy.

TL: Where did you attend school for art?

JB: I was a painting major/English minor at Hope College in Michigan for undergraduate, and then received my MFA in Painting & Drawing from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

TL: You started out doing more personal bio books like “Clumsy” and “Unlikely”. What made you want to do a Star Wars book?

JB: I grew up loving Star Wars, and the whole time I’ve been drawing the autobiographical comics I’ve also been making more humorous books, often science fiction, like Incredible Change-Bots or Cat Getting Out Of A Bag. When the opportunity to draw Star Wars came up, I jumped on it.

TL: How did “Darth Vader and Son”, “Jedi Academy” and “Vader’s Little Princess” come about?

JB: Initially, I was approached by Ryan Germick, who runs the Google doodle team, about sketching a possible home page image based on the idea of how awkward an everyday father/son moment would be with Luke and Vader. My son was four at the time, so I made Luke four years old and put Vader in my shoes as a parent. Scholastic had approached Lucasfilm about doing a heavily illustrated middle school Star Wars book, and my editor for Darth Vader and Son suggested me as someone to write and draw it. As soon as the response to the first Vader book came back so positive, we were able to make the second book with Leia. I’d already had ideas for a Leia book, but they didn’t really fit with the first book, so Vader’s Little Princess was a way to give her a book of her own.

TL: How did you approach Lucas with getting them created?

JB: I’d published with Chronicle Books before, and knew this idea was perfect for the kind of books they publish. They’ve also done a lot of other Star Wars books, and so after Google decided not to use the Vader and son idea for father’s day, I took the concept to Chronicle, who took it to Lucasfilm. Lucasfilm really got the idea and liked it enough to give it the go-ahead.

TL: Did you create the books before Disney bought the rights to Star Wars?

JB: The Disney deal happened while I was working on Vader’s Little Princess and Jedi Academy.

TL: How is it different working with Disney compared to Lucas?

JB: The only real effect was having to wait before they decided if they wanted to do more Jedi Academy or Vader books, and once they figured things out it was business as usual for my part. I’m sure the publishers deals may have been affected somehow, and the people I work with at Lucasfilm may have had changes with their work, but for my part it’s been pretty much the same as it was before. I’ve had an extremely smooth experience working with Lucasfilm, before and after the Disney purchase.

TL: Have you met George Lucas? Has his response to your books been positive?

JB: I haven’t yet, but I’m hoping to someday – maybe if I make enough of these Star Wars books! I’ve heard that he asked for copies of the first book, which is pretty cool.

TL: Do ideas for your Star Wars books come from observing your children or just observing in general?

JB: Vader and Son is very much based on my older son Oscar, but not having a daughter, I was observing friends and listening to other parents of girls for inspiration. With Jedi Academy, I’m mining my own middle school experiences for inspiration and ideas.

TL: Your Star Wars books are a heartwarming cross between the genius of Charles Schulz and Star Wars. Were you surprised with each books success?

JB: I was surprised, especially by the response of kids. I thought initially I was writing for parents like me, who grew up with Star Wars, but the kids seem to get as much (or more) from the books. It’s always surprising when something so fun to do ends up getting such attention.

TL: I’m guessing you were a Star Wars fan growing up?

JB: Definitely. I had the toys, the Topps trading cards, a ton of books. One of the most influential books for me was The Empire Strikes Back Notebook, which has the screenplay accompanied by a ton of storyboard and concept art. For a while I thought I might become a storyboard artist after reading that book.

TL: Favorite Star Wars character?

JB: Probably Yoda – I love that first scene with him in Episode V so much.

TL: Favorite Star Wars Episode? Why?

JB: The Empire Strikes Back. Not only does it have the perfect mix of action, drama, and comedy, but it has At-At’s, and Hoth, and Yoda, and Boba Fett, and the Imperial March.

TL: Did you read the Marvel Star Wars comics as a kid and if so, any favorite issues?

JB: I did. My favorites were always the Al Williamson issues, especially his film adaptations.

TL: What was your favorite Star Wars toy as a kid? As an adult?

JB: As a kid, probably my Hoth Luke and Tauntaun (the one he could ride, not the one with the split belly). Also, Yoda, with his cloth robe and orange snake. Now, I have an IG-88 which is great because his arms and legs have more maneuverability than the original stiff legged, stiff armed action figure.

TL: Who shot first, Han Solo or Greedo?

JB: Greedo shot first. From a certain point of view.

TL: Do you still have your Star Wars toys from childhood?

JB: I don’t, which I’m kicking my teenage self for. I sold them all off when I left for college. At the time it seemed like a bunch of money for some toys, but now I wish I had kept at least a few of them.

TL: What’s a day in the life like for you?

JB: Most of the day is writing and drawing, with a little bit of reading, occasionally playing soccer, and lots of hanging out with my sons and wife. And then more writing and drawing when everyone else has gone to bed.

TL: What’s your inspiration?

JB: Life and art. Just observing the world around me, and then lots of reading, watching films, listening to music, looking at paintings.

TL: Heroes?

JB: Charlotte Salomon, Chris Ware, Julie Doucet, Carl Sagan – there’s probably more, because there are so many people who have meant so much to me, or whose work has been such a big part of my life.

TL: What do you do to relax?

JB: I watch hockey, and play soccer once a week. I read a lot, both comics and prose, fiction and non-fiction.

TL: Have you ever been to Star Wars Weekends in Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios?

JB: I haven’t yet – no time with all the projects I’ve been juggling! Hopefully I’ll go in the next year or two. I have been to Star Wars Celebration, which I thoroughly enjoyed.

TL: The Gentle Giant maquettes of Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader and Princess Leia look great. How involved were you with their creation?

JB: Not very – I got to see some of the prototype sculpts and was invited to give feedback, which was pretty much “Those look great!”.

TL: Did you draw any of the Star Wars books to John William’s Star Wars score?

JB: A little bit to the Empire Strikes Back score, but mostly I just have the movies playing in the background.

TL: While my favorite Star Wars characters are Han Solo and Chewbacca, you really represent Vader in a whole new way, a “Lighter Side” of the Sith if you will. Do you find that challenging?

JB: It is a bit of a challenge, because I never want to completely mollify him, but at the same time, I didn’t want the tone of the books to get too dark at any point, and I wanted to make sure that any violence was handled in a way that supported the tone and didn’t seem out of place.

TL: Some panels have movie dialogue in them. How did that work out? Did you have the idea first and then search the movie for the dialogue later, or was it the dialogue first and search for a funny idea?

JB: I used both methods. Sometimes I just wanted to draw a particular scene and needed to find the right parenting situation to mix it with, and other times I had a situation but needed to track down the right quote to use. Sometimes they both came to mind together from the start.

TL: You worked at Barnes and Noble, was this during your days of trying to break into comics?

JB: I started working there before I was even drawing comics, really – in fact, a good chunk of Clumsy was drawn while on break at the store. I worked there for seven years, finally quitting when I was down to one four hour long shelving shift a week.

TL: Your blog entry on meeting John Hughes was really interesting. Do you think his humor helped inspire your work? It sounded like you enjoyed talking to him whenever he came in.

JB: His humor helped inspire me – I’d been watching his films for years and years, of course – but also just hearing real life stories and advice from someone who had such a successful creative life was also a big help and inspiration. He was just always a kind and generous person to me when he came into the store, and I probably didn’t ever let him know just how much I appreciated that.

TL: You’re also a J.R.R. Tolkien fan. How have you enjoyed Peter Jackson’s versions of “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit”? How many times have you read the books?

JB: Once I came to terms with the idea that it’s okay for films to be so different from the books, I’ve grown to really love them. I think there’s space for stories to exist in all different forms. I have no idea how many times I’ve read the books, although I haven’t read the Lord of the Rings since the last movie came out. For the Hobbit, we have the Nicol Williamson audio version, which is beyond brilliant, and I’ve listened to that with my son countless times as well.

TL: Any plans on doing a book based on Tolkien’s characters?

JB: No plans, but I would enjoy doing that. Maybe some year I can draw the art for the Tolkien calendar – I think I had the annual Tolkien calendar for over ten years straight when I was growing up, and I would love to do that.

TL: I’ve read your favorite villain is Cobra Commander. My friend and I always debate this, which uniform of his is more menacing? The silver domed helmet or the hood?

JB: I go back and forth on my preference, but I think the helmet is slightly more ominous. I like the look of him with the hood, though, it could be really creepy.

TL: Can you tell us a bit about “Jedi Academy”?

JB: Jedi Academy is middle school set in the Star Wars universe, told through the journals, comics, report cards, notes, school newspapers of the main character Roan. Roan originally wanted to be a pilot, but has ended up at Jedi Academy, and is discovering light sabers and the Force and everything. It’s a lot of fun to write and draw, and I use a lot of my own middle school memories to build the book on.

TL: So, “Star Wars: Jedi Academy Return of the Padawan (Book 2)” is due out this summer as is “Good Night Darth Vader”. Do you have any more ideas for more Star Wars books?

JB: I’m working on Jedi Academy 3 and one more Vader book, and I have more ideas but I’m probably ready for a break from Star Wars. I don’t want to burn out on it, and feel like I should take the break from drawing the books while I can still see myself doing more of them down the road, rather than waiting until they become a drag on me creatively.

TL: Are you surprised at the merchandise that has been created for these books like the Gentle Giant maquettes, the journals, post card books and calendars? Do you have a favorite?

JB: I’ve been part of putting together the postcard books, journals, and calendars, but even how many of those there are now has started to surprise me. I love the maquettes, seeing those is probably the most stunning thing, besides the tiny Darth Vader and Son key chains available from vending machines in Japan that my friend Adam Pasion sent me!

TL: Jeff, we here at Toy-lines would like to thank you for this opportunity to interview you. We wish you the best of luck in your career and with the Star Wars themed books.

JB: Thanks!

To check out Jeffrey Brown’s blog please click the link: http://jeffreybrowncomics.blogspot.com/

The Toy-Lines Crew

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Funko’s Breaking Bad POP! Series

Posted on: June 4, 2014

Pop! Television: Breaking Bad

YO! From the Funko lab…
After MANY requests…
From the 10 time Primetime Emmy winning television series…
We’re serving you a fresh batch of Breaking Bad Pop!’s!

These Pop!’s are as addicting as Blue Crystal!
All of your favorite characters are available in their most iconic attire!
We even captured Gus’ extraordinary death in Pop! form!
Check him and the rest of the characters out below!

The Breaking Bad Pop! Series will be available in July at Hot Topic, Barnes & Noble, and EntertainmentEarth.com.

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Better call Saul

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Metzco Present Limited Edition Breaking Bad Challenge Coins

Posted on: June 4, 2014

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New York-

Mezco presents a series of limited edition of Breaking Bad challenge coins that are sure to be prized by fans and become the focal point of any collection.

 

Challenge coins have a rich history, extending back to WW1 they have been used to show allegiance and build camaraderie.  The producers of the renowned, award winning television series Breaking Bad distributed a limited number of coins to the cast and crew each year as a keepsake to commemorate producing another season of what some have hailed and the best tv show ever.

 

Now Mezco is offering fans their own version of collector coins. Each of Mezco’s brass coins is crafted by skilled artisans who are experts in coinage.  Each layer of colored enamel is applied by hand before the firing process. The finished coins have a durable hard finish, and a protective vinyl clear case is included to keep each coin in mint condition.

 

Altogether, 3 different styles of coins will be produced.

Each is a limited edition run of 200.

 

All will feature the Breaking Bad logo on the reverse (tails) and a unique design on the obverse (heads)

MezcoToyz.com will be offering a Magnet with a phrase from the show.

It can be pre-ordered here:

http://www.mezcotoyz.com/break-bad-limited-edition-coin-series-2

 

BBToy Store will be offering coins featuring the logo of Schraderbrau.

It can be pre-ordered here:

http://www.bbtoystore.com/store/MZC_BB_exclusive-coin2.html

 

 

Vegas Dead Dolls will be offering coins featuring the Vamanos Pest logo.

It can be pre-ordered here:

http://www.vegasdeaddolls.com/

 

 

The coins will be delivered mid-July, making them the perfect gifts for Breaking Bad fans! But with editions of only 200 of each coin, fans will have to act fast!

 

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