Coraline Pop!Vinyls from Funko for September Release!
“Be careful what you wish for” ... and seems the "Coraline"-license has seen its launch in the toy-world, appearing at San Diego Comic Con 2018 from Laika, PVC & figure sets from NECA, and now THESE Pop!Vinyls from Funko! Scheduled for a September release, you'd do well to check in with your fav retailer(s) for availability, OR pre-order on Amazon via the links below :)
#superdeformed stylized interpretation of #Coraline characters as #popvinyls courtesy of #Funko, for a September 2018-release! Check out how "The Other Mother" & the ringmaster "Mr. Bobinsky" (OMG i NEED a whole squad of his trained circus mouse!!!!) here #onTOYSREVIL: https://bit.ly/2JT31Nn And if you do not know by now (and I am always proud to regale folks with :p), was that #TOYSREVIL had been a proud recipient of a Coraline Box from 2008/09! Mine was Box #23/50 :) Find out more here: https://bit.ly/2LNOaWv Signed by #NeilGaiman in person: https://bit.ly/2v3HNad (back in 2009) (Please ignore my sweat-patches ... I'd queued 4&1/2 hours in-line to have @neilhimself sign the box for me :p) #TBT #throwbackthursday #throwbacktoysrevilthursday
FUNKO PRESS: "Welcome to the Other World, a magnificent place infinitely more exciting, and dangerous, than reality. If you’re going to travel there you’ll need a guide, or several. Fortunately, a handful of Coraline Pop! figures are up for any adventure.
Coraline and her black cat would make excellent companions as Other World veterans, as would Coraline in her raincoat or the Chase variation which features Coraline in a raincoat and hat.
Better still, Other Mother, the architect of the Other World, will happily take you there. And then there’s Mr. Bobinsky and his trained circus mouse, which would certainly make whimsical conversationalists. Also, look for a doll version of Coraline with button eyes and string hair!"
The movie "Coraline" will inevitably be tied to this blog (and my geek life), back "in the day" when I was gifted one (#23) of the 50 x OOAK Coraline Boxes, AND having it signed in person by Neil Gaiman - always leaves me proud of the work I've done on the blog - nearly a decade ago - however insignificant it might have been to the world outside my own cyber-bubble LOL