The latest addition to an incredible Digital Funko Pop line-up are classic Hanna-Barbera characters. The iconic 1950’s and early 2000’s animation characters are now coming to the Blockchain with Funko! The first set of These stylized Pop! figures will be available on the Droppp.io platform starting from March 28th. The first set of Hanna-Barbera Digital Funko characters also include Huckleberry Hound, Mr. Jinks, and Mighty Mightor.
Hanna-Barbera Digital Funko! Pops: Nostalgia On The Blockchain
The latest lineup of Digital Funko Pops are courtesy of a collaboration with Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products. Funko Digital Pop! incorporates non-fungible tokens into Hanna-Barbera digital trading card packs. Like other collections, these packs come in ‘Standard’ and ‘Premium’ collectible packs. Standard packs (5 Digital Pop!) cost $9.99 USD, and Premium packs (15 Digital Pop!) cost $29.99 USD each. The sale of each pack is limited to 18,250 packs.
Each pack purchase gives fans the chance to discover a rare Funko Digital Pop! Collectible. Moreover, these digital collectibles are redeemed for one of five limited-edition physical collectibles! The Redeemable Digital Pop! in the Hanna-Barbera Series 1 include Mighty Mightor (Mighty Mightor), Birdman (Birdman and the Galaxy Trio), Mr. Jinks with Pixie and Dixie (The Huckleberry Hound Show), Huckleberry Hound (The Huckleberry Hound Show), and Freddy Funko as himself.
To buy Funko Digital Pop! x Hanna-Barbera Series 1, fans can use a credit card, Apple Pay, or Google Pay via the Droppp.io platform. These packs go live on March 28th, 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET.
Hanna-Barbera was one of the most influential animation studios of the 20th century, producing some of the most beloved and iconic cartoon characters of all time. With hit shows like The Flintstones, The Jetsons, and Scooby-Doo, Hanna-Barbera’s animation style and character designs set the standard for animated television for decades to come.
Their shows entertained generations of viewers and became an indelible part of popular culture. With multi-decade spanning, iconic characters like Yogi Bear and Tom and Jerry, they remain household names to this day. The impact of Hanna-Barbera’s work on the animation industry and pop culture at large cannot be overstated.
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