May 2013 - Funko has announced a new talking Wacky Wobbler based on The Big Bang Theory.
Expect to see Sheldon in stores around June 20th. The phrases he will delight you with include:
April 2013 - Funko has announced new Wackly Wobblers based on The Big Bang Theory. In this batch, the characters are dressed in Star Trek uniforms, with one in 36 to be given a special metallic paint variant.
Expect to see Sheldon, Leonard, Howard, and Raj in stores around May 2nd.
April 2013 - Funko has announced an additional POP! vinyl figure based on The Big Bang Theory.
Expect to see Amy Farrah Fowler in stores around April 25th, with one paint variant available at JMD Retail.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products Zooms into Toy Fair Season with the Debut of its Worldwide Toy Program Supporting this Summer's Highly Anticipated Film Man Of Steel
Vast Portfolio of Theatrical, Television, Animation and Super Hero Fare to be Showcased
Burbank, Calif. – January 30, 2013 – Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) zooms into this year's exciting Toy Fair season with a roster of global licensees ready to support the Studio's portfolio, led by this summer's tentpole film release Man of Steel, which will be supported by DC Comics master toy licensee Mattel, as well as many other toy partners. With an impressive lineup driven by powerhouse properties that stretch from DC Comics Super Heroes and The Hobbit Trilogy to The Big Bang Theory and Looney Tunes, WBCP and its renowned licensees are rolling out new toys and collectibles that will reach fans of all ages.
March 2012 - Classic Star Trek fans rejoice! Leonard Nimoy will reprise his role as Mr. Spock on this Thursday's episode of The Big Bang Theory -- but he won't be playing the role by himself. Instead, Nimoy will lend his voice to an 8-inch, cloth costumed Mr. Spock figure from Diamond Select Toys' Star Trek Retro Cloth action figure line! An exact replica of the classic 1970s Mego figure (faithfully executed for Diamond Select by the designers at EMCE Toys), Mr. Spock has a conversation with Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) in a dream, and convinces Sheldon to open up a rare, mint-in-box Teleporter Playset (released in the U.K. by Palitoy in 1975).