John Lennon, Ozzy Osbourne, Pearl Jam & more being turned into Funko Pop! figures

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John Lennon, Ozzy Osbourne, Pearl Jam and Jimi Hendrix are among the music stars who are being turned into Funko Pop! figures.

The toy company has announced a slew of new, music-themed editions of its ever-popular big-headed collectables as part of its Popapalooza event.

Multiple Lennon figures were revealed in a post on Funko’s official Twitter feed, including one depicting the late Beatles legend wearing a khaki army jacket, and another showing him as he looked in a famous 1974 photo taken of him flashing a peace sign in front of the Statue of Liberty. However, the post notes that the designs currently are “subject to licensor approval.”

The Ozzy figure is inspired by the cover of Osbourne’s 1981 solo album Diary of a Madman and is packaged in a box that features a replica of the album.

The Pearl Jam Funkos feature figures of all five band members packaged together and are designed after Eddie Vedder and company’s early stage look.

The Hendrix toy shows the guitar great in the outfit he wore for his Live in Maui performance. The figure’s design also is “subject to licensor approval.”

Other Popalooza announcements include new figures of Green Day and Elvis Presley.

The new Funko Pop! toys are expected to be released in the coming weeks and months.

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