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Nirvana Collectible 2017 Funko Pop! Rocks Kurt Cobain Loud & Live Figure Hot-Topic Exclusive #66

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Nirvana Collectible 2017 Funko Pop! Rocks Kurt Cobain Loud & Live Figure Hot-Topic Exclusive #66

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  • Make room on your collectibles shelf!
  • Here is Kurt in MTV's Loud and Live 1993 concert.
  • A Hot-Topic Exclusive and now hard to find.
  • Kurt arrives in a clear protective display case.

New. Very condition with some minor wear. Each figure arrives in a clear protective display. BuyRockNRoll is an authorized retailer of products licensed and manufactured by Funko, LLC.

Nirvana's frontman Kurt Cobain has been given a fun, funky, stylized look as an adorable collectible Pop! vinyl figure from Funko!

The late Grunge icon Kurt Cobain figure features him dressed in his outfit from his MTV "Live and Loud" performance in 1993 at Seattle's Pier 48 for MTV.

"Sets were destroyed, cameras spat upon, and, at the end of 70-odd minutes, amidst all the carnage, Kurt Cobain invited the hometown crowd onto the stage, resulting in pure chaos. To this day, it remains one of the most raucous, raw performances ever captured by our cameras ... a definitive Nirvana show that has never been seen in full." MTV news

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  • Make room on your collectibles shelf!
  • Here is Kurt in MTV's Loud and Live 1993 concert.
  • A Hot-Topic Exclusive and now hard to find.
  • Kurt arrives in a clear protective display case.

New. Very condition with some minor wear. Each figure arrives in a clear protective display. BuyRockNRoll is an authorized retailer of products licensed and manufactured by Funko, LLC.

Nirvana's frontman Kurt Cobain has been given a fun, funky, stylized look as an adorable collectible Pop! vinyl figure from Funko!

The late Grunge icon Kurt Cobain figure features him dressed in his outfit from his MTV "Live and Loud" performance in 1993 at Seattle's Pier 48 for MTV.

"Sets were destroyed, cameras spat upon, and, at the end of 70-odd minutes, amidst all the carnage, Kurt Cobain invited the hometown crowd onto the stage, resulting in pure chaos. To this day, it remains one of the most raucous, raw performances ever captured by our cameras ... a definitive Nirvana show that has never been seen in full." MTV news