Sota Toys

Fall Out Boy Collectible 2006 Sota Toys FOB Band Figures Boxed Set & Mini Poster

$169.00
  • Fall Out Boy Collectible 2006 Sota Toys FOB Band Figures Boxed Set & Mini Poster

Sota Toys

Fall Out Boy Collectible 2006 Sota Toys FOB Band Figures Boxed Set & Mini Poster

$169.00
  • Still have a love vein-popping for one or more of the Fall Out Boys?
  • It is not too late to own all the original 2006 four figures.
  • The boys are dressed in their Sgt Pepper inspired garb.
  • Includes mini poster

New. Never opened. Figure excellent condition. Box has retail wear. Photos show the condition of the box when viewed close up.

In 2006 the Fall Out Boys was the latest in a long string of rock acts to have their mugs immortalized in plastic. They are dressed in the sorta Sgt. Peppers-inspired garb the band wore on their Black Clouds and Underdogs Tour. The figures are approximately 7 inches (18cm) tall and boast swiveling necks and shoulders.

"I remember playing with G.I. Joes back in the day when my ultimate dream ever was to get the aircraft carrier. [So] to be approached to be made into one is absolutely amazing," Fall Out bassist Pete Wentz told MTV News. "To be honest, our only offense about them is people calling them 'action figures.' We feel safe in our own skin. Let's just call them 'dolls."

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  • Still have a love vein-popping for one or more of the Fall Out Boys?
  • It is not too late to own all the original 2006 four figures.
  • The boys are dressed in their Sgt Pepper inspired garb.
  • Includes mini poster

New. Never opened. Figure excellent condition. Box has retail wear. Photos show the condition of the box when viewed close up.

In 2006 the Fall Out Boys was the latest in a long string of rock acts to have their mugs immortalized in plastic. They are dressed in the sorta Sgt. Peppers-inspired garb the band wore on their Black Clouds and Underdogs Tour. The figures are approximately 7 inches (18cm) tall and boast swiveling necks and shoulders.

"I remember playing with G.I. Joes back in the day when my ultimate dream ever was to get the aircraft carrier. [So] to be approached to be made into one is absolutely amazing," Fall Out bassist Pete Wentz told MTV News. "To be honest, our only offense about them is people calling them 'action figures.' We feel safe in our own skin. Let's just call them 'dolls."