A “Puurrrfect” Funko Collectible: Cat In The Hat
 

 A “Puurrrfect” Funko Collectible is the Cat In The Hat. The Cat In The Hat Bobblehead was a limited production Funko Wacky Wobblers which is now retired from store shelves. This 7″ collector’s item is in near mint condition. To see it please visit our Cat In The Hat Bobblehead page. The origin of…

Pez and Funko Unite
 

 Pez and Funko Unite. This week the Sheraton Stamford Hotel in Connecticut will host the 21st Northeast PEZ Collectible Convention. But this year, the four-day event has a twist. For the very first time, Pez Candy character dispensers will be sharing the limelight with another iconic favorite, Funko POP! figures. Pez and Funko recently joined…

Collector’s Items
 

 Collector’s Items Collector’s items are referred to as collectibles (or collectables). They are objects with certain qualities or characteristics that someone considers interesting, memorable, meaningful, attractive, or valuable.  The word “valuable” is key here.  What one person considers valuable another person may not.  Collecting is a hob for those who consider valuable to mean “of…

Bazooka Joe Returns
 

 Bazooka Joe returns nationwide to Bazooka’s comic strip bubble gum wrappers in a new nostalgic “Throwback” pack. Chewing bubble gum and reading the antics in the comic strip sound fun but there’s a deeper meaning. The eye-patched boy Bazooka Joe and his gang originally appeared on Bazooka comic strip gum wrappers in 1953. The longest…

Collecting Collectibles
 

 Collecting collectibles is fun because as avid collectors, what we decide to collect usually has some meaning behind it. Maybe its because we just like the way they look. Or maybe it’s because looking at them brings back precious memories. For some, acquiring collectibles is primarily to get a return on their investment. Others find…

The Bobble Head Name
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  • February 18, 2019
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 The bobble head name. If it were different, would it still be the same? When it comes to bobble heads, the answer is YES. They are dolls with disproportionately large heads. The head and body are connected together a spring.  When it encounters movement its head bobbles up and down. They are also referred…