80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

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80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby sylin » Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:26 am

This seems like a great idea, and would likely sell well. A set of minis, ala Sci Fi and Horror, of various 80s/90s cartoon characters. There's so many to choose from, and I'm sure they can expand this line ad infinitum if the sales support it. Anyone else agree? What would you like to see in such a line?

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby Mr Yac » Sun Aug 05, 2018 2:34 pm

this would be a pretty great anthology set.

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby RobinBear177 » Sun Aug 05, 2018 6:21 pm

Batman the Animated Series Minis would be awesome

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby sylin » Sun Aug 05, 2018 8:54 pm

RobinBear177 wrote:Batman the Animated Series Minis would be awesome


That'd likely get its own set though. I was thinking more of a mix of properties such as Rainbow Brite, Lisa Frank, GI Joe, MASK, Silver Hawks, Tiny Toons, etc.

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby XSRK » Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:19 pm

80/90 had the best cartoons IMO

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby Mr Yac » Sun Aug 05, 2018 11:15 pm

RobinBear177 wrote:Batman the Animated Series Minis would be awesome


BTAS is obviously the best Batman there can be, but I am more then sick of any and all Batman related things from Funko for quite awhile.

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby Lakers » Mon Aug 06, 2018 1:36 am

This will be a nice collection, just because there are a lot of cartoons in that period of time. Plus we also had the ones who came from Japan and other countries.

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby jagpop » Mon Aug 06, 2018 6:15 pm

RobinBear177 wrote:Batman the Animated Series Minis would be awesome

Yes! Anything Batman is always welcomed. :D
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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby w00kiee77 » Mon Aug 06, 2018 6:27 pm

I'd like to see them stick to 80s cartoon era though, since it is clearly the best cartoon era... Some went into the 90s, yes, but stick with those that originated in the 80s I think...

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby geoffdude » Mon Aug 06, 2018 7:09 pm

Mr Yac wrote:
RobinBear177 wrote:Batman the Animated Series Minis would be awesome


BTAS is obviously the best Batman there can be, but I am more then sick of any and all Batman related things from Funko for quite awhile.


I love DC Comics and I agree 100% with this. 'nuff Batman for a few years.
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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby Mr Yac » Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:13 am

Bucky O'Hare is another lost 80's classic i'd love to see get some attention. and Exo-Squad

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby digithor » Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:40 am

Oh I like this idea.

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby sylin » Tue Aug 07, 2018 7:46 am

Mr Yac wrote:Bucky O'Hare is another lost 80's classic i'd love to see get some attention. and Exo-Squad


Yes! Those would be perfect for this!

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby geekypeeples » Tue Aug 07, 2018 8:22 am

Such a great idea and sooo many cartoons to choose from. Gummy Bears would be great and really cute on the mystery mini scale. Bucky O'Hare is agreed also and BTAS would just be sooo high five fantastic. Great post thank you.
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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby sylin » Tue Aug 07, 2018 12:52 pm

geekypeeples wrote:Such a great idea and sooo many cartoons to choose from. Gummy Bears would be great and really cute on the mystery mini scale. Bucky O'Hare is agreed also and BTAS would just be sooo high five fantastic. Great post thank you.


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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby w00kiee77 » Tue Aug 07, 2018 6:47 pm

geekypeeples wrote:Such a great idea and sooo many cartoons to choose from. Gummy Bears would be great and really cute on the mystery mini scale. Bucky O'Hare is agreed also and BTAS would just be sooo high five fantastic. Great post thank you.


Sign me up for a case of Gummi Bears for SURE... Loved that cartoon growing up and have passed the love onto my kids... Could easily do a 1/12 case like they did with Incredibles 2 (Zummi, Tummi, Gruffi, Grammi, Sunni, Cubbi, Gusto, Artie, Igthorn, Toady, Princess Calla, Cavin, King Gregor, Sir Tuxford, Unwin, Zook & Gad, Sir Victor, even Sir Thornberry, Sir Gawain and Lady Bane if we wanted to extend the series...

Can you imagine even these as pints?!? OMG! And Thundercats Pints!?!? ugh... i want them all now! lol...

Classic cartoon version of Transformers would be awesome, in their proper style, not the movie style...

Battle of the Planets... Robotech... Even a UK cartoon series that had Danger Mouse, Roger Ramjet and Count Duckula era stuff! (maybe even sneaking in Sooty as well?) All would be awesome!

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby geekypeeples » Wed Aug 08, 2018 4:08 pm

w00kiee77 wrote:
geekypeeples wrote:Such a great idea and sooo many cartoons to choose from. Gummy Bears would be great and really cute on the mystery mini scale. Bucky O'Hare is agreed also and BTAS would just be sooo high five fantastic. Great post thank you.


Sign me up for a case of Gummi Bears for SURE... Loved that cartoon growing up and have passed the love onto my kids... Could easily do a 1/12 case like they did with Incredibles 2 (Zummi, Tummi, Gruffi, Grammi, Sunni, Cubbi, Gusto, Artie, Igthorn, Toady, Princess Calla, Cavin, King Gregor, Sir Tuxford, Unwin, Zook & Gad, Sir Victor, even Sir Thornberry, Sir Gawain and Lady Bane if we wanted to extend the series...

Can you imagine even these as pints?!? OMG! And Thundercats Pints!?!? ugh... i want them all now! lol...

Classic cartoon version of Transformers would be awesome, in their proper style, not the movie style...

Battle of the Planets... Robotech... Even a UK cartoon series that had Danger Mouse, Roger Ramjet and Count Duckula era stuff! (maybe even sneaking in Sooty as well?) All would be awesome!



Yesss Robotech and Manzinger Z would be high five fantastic great ideas you got there.
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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby dmoss1 » Fri Aug 10, 2018 10:47 am

Sign my name to the list of people who would LOVE to see the Gummi Bears!!

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Re: 80s/90s Cartoons Mystery Minis

Postby Wild_Flower85 » Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:49 am

I would love to see Rainbow Brite and all her friends as minis!
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