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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.

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“What’s The Deal?” Screenprint By David Henry Lantz

Artist David Henry Lantz created this wonderful tribute poster for the beloved show Seinfeld that can be purchased directly from Hero Complex Gallery.  The screenprint measures 24” x 16” and is printed on vellum paper. It’s limited to only 129 copies and can be ordered HERE for $55. 

“What’s The Deal?” Screenprint
By David Henry Lantz
24” x 16”
Printed on vellum paper.
Limited to 129 copies

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Netflix To Stream All 180 Episodes of Seinfeld In 2021

Netflix and Sony Pictures Television has announced that all 180 episodes of Seinfeld will appear on Netflix for worldwide streaming starting in 2021. All episodes of the series are currently available for streaming on Hulu.

“Seinfeld is the television comedy that all television comedy is measured against,” Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s chief content officer, said in a statement. “It is as fresh and funny as ever and will be available to the world in 4K for the first time.”

The future of the Emmy award winning series’ online presence has been up in the air as various entertainment companies begin to launch and plot their own streaming services. Netflix has already lost streaming rights for The Office and Friends, casualties of the competitive streaming market as both are headed to NBC Universal’s forthcoming streaming service and WarnerMedia’s HBO Max, respectively. The Los Angeles times reports that for this new deal Netflix paid “far more than the $500 million” that NBC Universal used to get back streaming rights to The Office.

Seinfeld‘s appearance on Netflix isn’t a huge shock from one perspective as co-creator and star Jerry Seinfeld has been associated with the streaming service for many years, premiering new episodes of his series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and the Grammy nominated special Jerry Before Seinfeld on Netflix. On the other hand it is surprising to see NBC Universal lose out on the series as Seinfeld was the flagship series for the network during its initial run.

An Emmy and Golden Globe winning series, Jerry Seinfeld stars as a cartoonish version of himself in the popular sitcom, often described as “the show about nothing.” Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander, and Michael Richards also star in the series.

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Own A Tiny Replica of Jerry Seinfeld’s Apartment


Now you too can be master of Jerry Seinfeld’s domain.

Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed with Artuitive LLC to create a tiny replica of the New York apartment made famous on Seinfeld. Measuring just 16.5 inches wide by 11.5 inches deep by 6.5 inches high, this recreation of Jerry’s digs includes everything an eagle-eyed Seinfeld fan could want, from the bicycle hanging in the hallway to that clunky old Mac computer in the corner.

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The limited-edition miniature set, which can be purchased at seinfeldsetreplica.com,  goes for $399 — and the price goes up to $499 for any orders placed after March 1.

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Gallery 1988 Presents An Art Show About Nothing, An Homage To Seinfeld Opening On October 17, 2015


Gallery 1988 presents An Art Show About Nothing, an homage to Seinfeld. The gallery show will open on Saturday October 17, 2015 at 7 PM at Gallery 1988 East.


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Stained glass portrayal of George Costanza holding a golf ball


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