I haven’t been a very active writer over the last couple of months. I want that to change, but I’m also realistic enough to admit that it’s probably not going to change overnight.
But I’ve been better about taking photos and sharing them on my Instagram account, and I think Funko’s December Photo-A-Day challenge could be a fun way to get back into the habit of creating content and sharing it here on a regular basis.
So if Funko’s December Photo-A-Day challenge sounds like fun to you too, give it a shot. You might even win a prize.
I mentioned last week that my “Rogue Friday” experience on September 30th was kinda hit and miss…Target and Toys ‘R’ Us had new merchandise from Rogue One, A Star Wars Story; Walmart did not.
Well, at some point between Friday morning and Monday afternoon, Walmart finally put out their new display and merchandise. Now at this stage, I was only looking for an exclusive that could only be found at Walmart: Funko’s Pop! vinyl figure of rebel reactionary Saw Gererra.
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September 30th, 2016 was #RogueFriday, the official product launch day for the new toys for Rogue One, A Star Wars Story.
Only somebody forgot to tell whoever runs the toy department at the WalMart store I visited…they had no Rogue One product on their shelves at all. But I did end up with a nice consolation prize that unintentionally fit the theme: I finally found a Marvel Legends Rogue figure to finish off as much of the Juggernaut Build-A-Figure series as I intend to complete.
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Game of Thrones Season four came out on blu-ray and DVD this week. Taking a page from the comic book industry, HBO released a slew of retailer-exclusive versions. Want a tote bag? Go to Barnes & Noble. Need to show your allegiance to House Targaryen? Go to Best Buy.
But let’s be real – I’m blogging about Tiny Plastic People, so of course I went to WalMart for the Funko Mini King Joffrey figure.
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This weekend, representatives from all the major toy companies are in New York showing all of their new products to members of the media and wholesale buyers. Fortunately for those of us not at the Javits Center, most of the cool stuff can be seen on the internet too.
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