Seinfeld Goes Pop! Here Is Your First Look At Funko’s Latest Toy Line

It’s a Funko Festivus… for the rest of us. The premiere company for pop culture collectibles is launching a new line of Seinfeld products based on Jerry Seinfeld’s beloved TV comedy. Available on June 1, Funko’s Seinfeld program encompasses its world-famous vinyl Pop! figures, as well as T-shirts, backpacks, wallets, glassware and the new Funko Games party-starter, The Party Game About Nothing. Yahoo Entertainment has your exclusive first look at the entire line — no yada yada yada-ing here — and we’ll even let you take home virtual versions of Pops based on the show’s core four characters: Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer

These figures are just the tip of the muffin top when it comes to Funko’s full assortment of Pop! collectibles, which retail for $9.99 each. Harlan’s team made multiple versions of Jerry and his pals, along with beloved supporting characters like Newman and, of course, soup shop owner, Yev Kassem.

If these 3.25-inch high figures are a little too large for your bookshelf, Funko has a series of Seinfeld Mini Moments ($7.99 each) that can be combined to form a panoramic diorama depicting Jerry’s Upper West Side apartment.

And remember that this collection extends will beyond vinyl. Funko partnered with Loungefly on two sure-to-be-sought after exclusives: a Seinfeld wallet ($39.99) and a mini-faux backpack ($69.99).

Funko’s other accessories include a gallery of T-shirts ($15.99 each), pins ($24.99 for a 4-pack), bags of various shapes, sizes and uses, from coin purses to backpacks ($7.99-$49.99).

And if your thirst for Seinfeld merch isn’t quenched yet, Funko also has a set of collectible glasses ($12.99) adorned with the faces of Jerry and George. They’ll be your drinking buddies when you sit down to play Funko Games’s The Party Game About Nothing ($19.99), which combines Trivial Pursuit-style feats of (mental) strength with charades and a last-minute fishing competition for that elusive marble rye.

Funko’s Seinfeld line is available on June 1.

Published by Larry Fire

I write an eclectic pop culture blog called THE FIRE WIRE that features articles about books, comics, music, movies, television, gadgets, posters, toys & more!

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