Funko Pop! Television: Seinfeld
Massive WAVE of Seinfeld Funko Pops! has just been unveiled. Funko is bringing you a dose of the hit television comedy series Seinfeld. Jerry Seinfeld and his friends, a mix of eccentric personalities like Elaine, George, Kramer, Uncle Leo, and more, are now pop figures!
Excellent opportunity to relive some of the best moments of the show. Here’s the complete line-up for the already released pops (You can find all the purchase links below):
- Newman the Mailman Funko Pop!
- Yev Kassem Funko Pop!
- Elaine in Dress Funko Pop!
- George Funko Pop!
- Elaine in Sombrero Funko Pop!
- Jerry with Puffy Shirt Funko Pop!
- Kramer Funko Pop!
- Jerry doing Stand-Up Funko Pop!
- Kramer (Underwear) Funko Pop! – Amazon Exclusive
- Jerry with PEZ Funko Pop! – Walmart Exclusive
- POP! & Tee: Seinfeld – Yev Kassem (Soup Nazi) – Walmart Exclusive
- Holistic George with Purple Face Funko Pop! – Target Exclusive
- Jerry Funko Pop! – Target Exclusive
- The Kramer on Black Velvet Pop! Moment – Target Exclusive
Also included in the now unveiled collection are pins, t-shirts, caps, loungefly bags and games.
In 1976, a Brooklyn boy named Jerry Seinfeld got on stage to try stand-up comedy for the first time. Soon after, he was a full-time comedian, but with no idea that in 1989 he would create a television series that would become one of the most-watched of all time.
More than 30 years ago, Seinfeld debuted on the American NBC channel. Aired between 1989 and 1998, the sitcom, which was considered a series “about nothing,” completely changed the format of comedies for television. For nine seasons, fans could follow the main characters’ daily life – Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer – four people of highly dubious character, which ultimately made the series even funnier.
No joke or Seinfeld reference beats Kremer. The character himself is a walking joke with his clumsy and bizarre manner. Anyone who has seen Seinfeld will laugh when they hear the name Kramer. His sincerity, way of walking, weird quirks, embarrassing situations in which he gets involved… the list is enormous. In the end, Kramer left us a remarkable reference to pop culture.
Seinfeld Funko Pops! are set to be released in May 2021 and are now available for pre-order at the links below. Not to be missed!