Series 3: Craig, Clyde, and Token
Series 4: Jimmy, Timmy, and Tweek
Series 5: Bebe, Red, and Annie
Series 6: Kevin, Bradley, and Francis
Series 7: Lola, Heidi, and Millie
Series 8: Sally, Esther, and Jason
Series 9: Randy, Sharon, and Shelley
Series 10: Gerald, Sheila, and Ike
Series 11: Liane, Stuart, and Carol
Series 12: Mr. Garrison, Mr. Mackey, and Principal Victoria
Series 13: Yates, Mitch, and Barbrady
Series 14: McDaniels, Jimbo, and Ned
Series 15: Chef, Pip, and Ms. Choksondik
Series 16: Jesus, Satan, and Towelie
Series 17: Dr. Mephisto, Kevin (his clone), and Ms. Crabtree
Series 18: Mr. Hankey, Terrance, and Philip
Series 19: Stephen, Linda, and Skeeter
Series 20: Mr. Tucker, Mrs. Tucker, and Craig's Sister
Series 21: Mr. Testaburger, Mrs. Testaburger, and Mr. Donovan
Series 22: Mrs. Donovan, Kevin McCormick, and Karen McCormick
Series 23: Mr. Black, Mrs. Black, and Mr. Valmer
Series 24: Mrs. Valmer, Mr. Stevens, and Mrs. Stevens
Niels0827 wrote:You know that anything after series 4 is 99% likely to not happen, right? It would be nice if it did, but that would just reach into a niche market that doesn't exist. Only a fraction of people watch South Park, and only about 1% of that fraction actually know the names of the lesser background characters.
My personal stopping point would be after series 8, then all of the living 4th graders would be accounted for and it would marketed as the "South Park 4th Grader Collection". It would be along the line of a Beanie Baby/Smurf collection. Craig would not have his middle finger sticking up on his plush in order to market this to kids. Kids would go crazy collecting the whole class in order to fulfill a full classroom. And whenever the collector would collect all 24, they would send away for a free Mr. Garrison to be the 24 kids' teacher, along with a classrom diorama complete with 23 desks, because Timmy's wheelchair is his desk. I wish I could tell Funko about my idea so I could even have a very tiny shot at making this happen.
No, not really.
Niels0827 wrote:I don't even think there's any plushes of Craig or Clyde. Probably no figures, either. I think there's one for Token, but that's because he's black. lol
No, not really.
I think plushes of Stan, Kyle, Wendy, Craig, Clyde, Token, Jimmy, Timmy, Tweek, Bebe, Red, Annie, Kevin, Bradley, and Lola would go well with the first 3 plushes. Series 6 would be a good stopping point, if it is not Series 8.
BRMBug wrote:Pictures? Links?
The first is Fatboy, the second is Kenny, the third is Butters.
That Butters plush is way cuter than the floppy 2008-2009 one.
I completely agree with Niels. Those are wayyyy too much plushes you listed, man. Lol.
If they made plushes, it will most likely be Cartmen, Kenny, Stan, Kyle, Butters and one or two secondary characters (most likely Wendy and Ike, heh).
I wouldn't mind having a new Tweek though (I have three 2001 Tweek plushes now, hehe).
BTW, Cartman, Butters, and Kenny plushes from Funko are available to purchase now.
Going to purchase Butters and Cartman. Kenny looks too derpy, haha.
Dont' want to be the kill joy or anything, but that's business.
What happened to Fun-4-All? They made the best South Park plushes. I heard they went out of business.
I am currently making plushes of any character that doesn't have an official plush. I am a long time seamstress and I actually know what I am doing. The protoype of a The Mole plush I am making look like the real deal and 'official' (embroidered/appliqued eyes/face and everything). I don't know about mass producing, though, unless a company wants to buy my patterns.
The Metrosexual Stan doll I own follows the same exact pattern, applique techniques.etc etc as Fun 4 All but the tag states that it was manufactured by a different company. I wonder if SPS is still contracting F4A for plush dolls.
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