Orphan Black Cosima Niehaus Pop Vinyl Figure Funko
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Funko is a pop culture licensed-focused toy company located in Everett, WA. Funko currently holds more than 150 licenses including, but not limited to; Lucas Films, Marvel, Hasbro, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, DC Comics, NBA, Sanrio, and Disney. Funko's Pop! Vinyl is the number one stylized vinyl collectible in the world with over 10 million units sold in the last three years.
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Cosima's head isn't any bigger, or her body any smaller than most other female character Funkos. Like most of them she comes with a hole in her boot and a clear plastic stand with a raised bit you insert in the hole. Likely due to the dreadlock attachment part of her hair, she is harder to stand on her own without the stand. Most female Pop Vinyls that come with a stand you never use but if your surface isn't completely flat that your putting her on, or it gets knocked a bit, you'll probably use it with this one. I like to display my Funkos on top of their box and she does struggle to keep balance without the stand on the box's slightly curved top flap. The only thing using the stand though, if you're displaying her with the other clones, Helena doesn't come with a stand (she doesn't need one), but it looks a bit inconsistent. The stand is just a clear plastic circle and if you didn't know to look for it you might miss it in the plastic blister insert inside the box as it blends in quite well. There is no Orphan Black logo or anything on the stand to enhance the figure's displayability, it simply just helps the figure stand on a surface that isn't completely flat.
Like all Funko Pop Vinyl figures, there will likely be paint blemishes on the figure. Even if you buy your Funko figures from physical stores there's often blemishes on the back you can't see without opening the packaging, although the packaging is well designed to be opened without damaging it so you are seeing more and more people asking the staff if they can open them and show them the figure before purchasing. Mine came with black paint on the bottom of her right glasses lens but you never know what blemishes yours will have.I guess if buying online you could ask the seller to do so and e-mail you the photos.
The box is great packaging that I really wish other figure manufacturers would learn from. As I said you can open the box, slide out the blister and remove the figure without damaging the box at all. There isn't even any tape or anything to cut. Then you can put the figure back inside if you decide to display it that way. You can view the figure from the front and one side of the box through the clear window. The boxes stack well on top of each other too, that's why it's great you can change your mind at how you want to display these Funkos.
Even though I love my Cosima, the paint job isn't the greatest, and I can't in good faith give any of these little Funko Pop figures five stars, because it seems like a majority of them are just bad quality. They really need to step up their game and maybe ***test*** the figures before their sold to make sure they fit the plastic easily and can actually stand up. That's a really big problem I've noticed with some of my figures and other reviewers. Their quality control just sucks. While I realize there are a butt ton of these things, I mean come on. If you're buried alive by returns because there's problems with your product, there's an issue there.
I will definitely be buying a lot more of these guys in the future to fuel my growing addition to their cuteness in my house, but for any buyers, just remember: you're rolling a dice.
So, why only 2 stars? If I fault Funk for anything it's the quality of the figs - specifically the paint. Cosima was a rarer figure, so I had to drop a little over $30 to get her (and make no mistake, however cool they are, they really are only worth somewhere in the $10-15 price range. Paying more for one rare piece once in a while is acceptable, but only to complete a set for something I really care about.) When she arrived, she had major cloudiness, glue smears and paint splatter on her glass lenses. The lack of quality control should embarrass the company who made it - but given how many people complain and the lack of any improvement, it appears Funko (as well as the retailers who carry their product) find it easier to simply pass the problem on to the end buyer.
So, as a concept, I give Funko Pop! 5 stars.
In terms of quality: 3-5 stars
That a company has such low regard for the quality of their own product and/or respect for their customers: 1 star.
Overall rating: 2.5 stars