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Oh, you mean delightful, relevant brand Klondike Kat, as featured in brand new, exciting Funko/soda products?Klondike Kat
I have no idea what this
Funko has a few sub lines that don't use the "Pop!" aesthetic, like Mystery Minis and Paka PakaAlso have Funkos crossed some weird line where instead of looking like soulless mockeries of the characters, they look like the characters if their eyes are super-dilated?
I agree with this (I buy individual Animal Crossing cards over marked-up 6-packs (or 3-packs) 'cuz I know I'm getting the ones I want), but unless there's a reliable (and cheap) reseller for these soup bowl figs I'd probably recommend just taking the risk.My SO really wants a few of those soup toys, actually, but (correctly) thinks blind boxes are bullshit and thus hasn't bothered.
In Yiddish, a megillah is a long tedious or embroidered account, from the Hebrew megillah, a story written in a scroll. One episode has Magilla saying, "Such a megillah over a gorilla."
According to one reading of the show, the trials of Magilla mirrored the attitudes that some American citizens had towards racial integration during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. Christopher P. Lehman, in his 2007 book American Animated Cartoons of the Vietnam Era: A Study of Social Commentary in Films and Television Programs, 1961-1973, writes that The Magilla Gorilla Show perpetuated the idea that non-whites should be segregated, with Peebles selling Magilla (the gorilla iconography thus evoking a reference to 19th-century racist artwork portraying blacks as subhuman primates) to white customers who would invariably return him to the pet shop by the end of each episode.