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Funko Pop!: the case for the defence

Judge not!

My dear jury, the prosecution will tell you that Funko is just preying on fans of popular entertainment franchises. That they're a lazy company milking consumers for easy money. They will point to all the tweets that say Funko Pop has gone "too far this time". They will say that there are Funkos of everything now, and that sometimes Funko, in relentless pursuit of more collectables to make, creates figurines that are weird and uncomfortable and should not have been made.

And to that I can only respond that they are right!

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