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2015 Funko Garbage Pail Kids Really Big Mystery Minis

2015 Funko Garbage Pail Kids Really Big Mystery Minis

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Unquestionably, Garbage Pail Kids are best known for their seemingly endless supply of trading cards. However, there have been a couple of toy lines over the years that have become collectible in their own right. 2015 Funko Garbage Pail Kids Really Big Mystery Minis add to that list.

The 12 blind box vinyl figures are the most detailed figures for the franchise yet. They're a far cry from the original Cheap Toys and the more recent Minikins. They're also significantly bigger.

2015 Funko Garbage Pail Kids Really Big Mystery Minis Lineup

Each of the 2015 Funko Garbage Pail Kids Really Big Mystery Minis stand approximately 3 3/4-inches tall. This is more than an inch bigger than regular Mystery Minis lines.

All of the figures are done with lots of detail and done in full color. All 12 of the figures come from early in the Garbage Pail Kids Original Series run. None of the characters are newer than Series 4.

Inserted 1:12 boxes, all of the figures are made in equal quantities. Unlike a lot of Mystery Minis lines, there are no short prints. They're packaged in such a way that you don't know which character you have until you've opened it.

Each 2015 Funko Garbage Pail Kids Really Big Mystery Minis display case comes with 12 figures.

2015 Funko Garbage Pail Kids Really Big Mystery Minis Case

2015 Funko Garbage Pail Kids Really Big Mystery Minis Checklist

All are inserted 1:12 boxes.

Adam Bomb
Ali Gator
Bony Tony
Dead Ted
Ghastly Ashley
Hot Scott
Leaky Lindsay
Mad Mike
Nasty Nick
Clark Can't
New Wave Dave
Teevee Stevie

Estimated Release Date: 7/15

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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff. His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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