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Relive your Nickelodeon days with these ’90s Funko figures
Hi ho diggety!
Ah, the ’90s – the days of impeccable fashion, stellar tunes and fab movies. And of course, the peak of cartoons. Now you can make all your ’90s nostalgia tangible, thanks to these amazing new Funkos.
These Nicktoons-inspired vinyl figures feature some of the most iconic personas from popular ’90s cartoons. Choose characters from Catdog, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters and Rugrats. The officially licensed Funkos make for great collector’s items and funky desk decor.
The ’90s Funkos are are available through ThinkGeek for a whopping $9.99. So why not add some sweet nostalgia to your otherwise bland cubicle?
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