Funko Introduces 90’s Nickelodeon Pop Figures and they are Giving us Serious Flashbacks

Nickelodeon Pop figures

Funko is bringing it back old school with 90’s Nickelodeon Pop Figures that will make you scream BOO YA! The company announced the latest figures at the London Toy Fair back in January and they are set for release very soon – so it’s about to get crunk up in here! The series of toys include characters from some of everyone’s favorite Nick toons including Rugrats, CatDog, and Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. Dudes, check out all the fresh figures below:

CatDog 

Nickelodeon Pop Figures

Ickis 

(Aaahh!!! Real Monsters)

Oblina

(Aaahh!!! Real Monsters)

Krumm

(Aaahh!!! Real Monsters)

Tommy

(Rugrats)

Chuckie

(Rugrats)

Reptar

(Rugrats)

Red shirt Tommy and purple Reptar are both limited chase variants and each chase has a 1 in 6 rarity. You best believe we’ll be getting all of these Nickelodeon Pop figures homeslice! The price isn’t listed on their website, but these types of Pops usually run around $30 depending on the retailer. Funko has created more than 1000 different Pop vinyl figures as well as bobbleheads, plushes, action figures, and even some electronic accessories. The company has made more than $28 million just on Pop figures alone and with more bodacious series like this one, that number is just going to keep on growing.

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