May 2020: Funko Pop Mega May haul

This maybe the biggest haul I ever gotten from this May month. If you know me, I am a huge Funko Pop collector and I do my best to collect the hard to get figures and add them in my collection. I sometimes get them from Walmart, eBay, Hot Topic and GameStop. Before I share my collection, I want to thank Michael Kelly for donating again for my website. Thank you Michael for your support! If you want to support them, go to their Ko-fi.

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March 2020 Funko Pop haul

Howdy fam! This is Matthew and I am here to share with my recent purchases of my Funko Pop collection. Even though March has been a rough month due to the COVID-19 epidemic, I was fortunate to snag some Pop goodies.

43. Mandalorian (The Mandalorian)

 

I bought this figure at the Best Buy website. Since we were in March, Best Buy gave me an email which had a coupon code for a birthday gift. The Mandalorian is one of my favorite shows in Disney+. The story takes place before The Force Awakens and the story focuses on a bounty hunter called the Mandalorian. There is more figures to collect from the series including the upcoming Child (also called Baby Yoda) figure.

Characters in The Mandalorian with hidden meaning

44. King Bradley (Fullmetal Alchemist series)

With another birthday coupon code, I went online shopping at Hot Topic. I love Fullmetal Alchemist and I would recommend anyone to watch this anime, but I prefer Brotherhood. I might go back and rewatch the series again, but I also need to make time to watch the 2003 classic version. Anyway, Hot Topic was selling an exclusive figure of the character King Bradley. King Bradley (or also called Führer) is the commander-in-chief of the military in which main characters Edward and Alphonse Elric serve. In the manga and Brotherhood anime, he is actually one of the antagonist and he goes by Wrath (the 2003 version calls him Pride). I haven’t gotten the other figures and I heard it is possible to get an Edward Elric figure and have the English voice actor Vic Mignogna to sign it if you can go to a con where he is participating. I believe there is another Bradly figure where you can remove the eyepatch and see his homunculus but you would have to buy the Chase version.

King Bradley | Fullmetal Alchemist Wiki | Fandom

Along with this figure, I did get to buy a Broly figure from the movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie. I need to get Cheelai with this figure.

I have 44 figures!

January 2020 Funko Pop unbox!

Hey guys welcome back for another Funko Pop unboxing. As a way to start the new year, I purchased some Pops from two different retailers which was Walmart and Hot Topic. From Walmart’s purchase, I bought the Walmart bundle of the movie Spider-Man: Far From Home movie with a retro toy figure along with Aqua from Kingdom Hearts III set.

From Hot Topic, I got two exclusives and regular Pop figure. One is Lea from Kingdom Hearts III with a keyblade and the other is SSGSS (or SSB) Goku. I also bought Kairi to go along with the Kingdom Hearts III collection.

39. Aqua from Kingdom Hearts III

40. Kairi from Kingdom Hearts III

41. Lea with a keyblade from Kingdom Hearts III (Hot Topic Exclusive)

42. SSGSS Goku (Hot Topic Exclsuive)

Aqua: Hello. My name is Aqua and I am happy to see you guys. I can’t wait to see the others.

Kairi: Hi, I am Kairi. I am so glad to be here. I wonder where is Sora? I hope he’s not off sleeping somewhere.

Lea: The name is Lea. Got is memorized? I better go tag along with Sora and his friends and see if they need company.

SSGSS Goku: Hey I’m Goku. You might be wondering what kind of form is this. This is a Super Saiyan God form that I was able to tap into that piwer in my own and it is the Super Saiyan level.

My Current Pop Funko collection thus far

You probably seen this in hobby stores or game stores like GameStop, Box Lunch or even Hot Topic. They are called Pop figures and thanks to the company Funko, many characters from video games, cartoons, anime, comics and other pop culture genre have been converted to these bobble head like figures. Some actually are bobble heads while others just have a stiff head. Think of these as the bobble heads from sports like the NFL and NBA, but instead of collecting your favorite athletes, you’re collecting your favorite characters from Marvel, Dragon Ball, Batman or even Rugrats. I will be sharing you my collection and I will give you a brief description about how I got them.

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