Funko Vinyl Soda: Rat Fink Vinyl Soda Figure
The Funko Vinyl Soda: Rat Fink Vinyl Soda Figure With Black and White Chase was finally announced and is now available for pre-order at the links below.
Created by Ed Roth as a “response” to Disney’s Mickey Mouse (which Roth openly hated), Rat Fink is a green, depraved-looking mouse with bulging eyes, a large mouth full of sharp teeth, and a red T-shirt with his initials on it.
Appearing in the most diverse representations of Kustom Kulture, Rat Fink became the true symbol of the movement. Comics, TV shows, movies, tattoos, clothing, accessories, and cars are just some of the places where you can find the presence of Roth’s rat.
In addition to Ed, other artists associated with the movement have also drawn the character, including R.K. Sloane, author of Rat Fink Comix, and Steve Fiorilla, responsible for Roth’s catalogs. Ron Mann’s documentary Tales of the Rat Fink (2006) takes an engaging and informative look at the creator and his creature.
In the late 1980s and 1990s, the character underwent a revisiting process as he was incorporated into the West Coast grunge and punk rock movements.
And now the Rat Fink Vinyl Soda Figure, sporting his sexy green and black and white new look! Add Rat Fink to your collection today!