Get a first look at Funko’s newest Cocaine Bear pop doll collection, plus a closer look at the Mondo poster, sold for ages 18 and up.

Screen Rat is excited to share more details on the new Funko Collection for Cocaine bear. The R-rated film is a wild ride that follows a bear who accidentally becomes addicted to drugs after an illegal smuggler drops too many pounds of cocaine at his residence. Given the already viral popularity of this location, the beloved toy company has prepared some amazing Pop! dolls and a glorious Mondo poster to celebrate its release.


As Cocaine bear a film for mature audiences only, Funko’s collections inspired by it are naturally aimed at consumers 18 and older. Screen Rat announced the set earlier this week, but now the official photos are available for fans to enjoy in full. Check out the amazing products below and visit the official online store to learn more!

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Cocaine Bear gets the Funko treatment

Cocaine Bear Mondo poster

While We Buy Your Children’s gorgeous screen Mondo poster is already sold out — and within a day — it’s still available to rave about online. The red-eyed animal at the center of the poster is clearly in the middle of a drug-fueled frenzy, but the color palette and design help evoke the funky ’80s vibe given off by the film itself. While this Mondo art is no longer available, several more can be found in their online store. If it goes on sale again, you can find more details below:

  • We will buy your children.
  • 18″ x 24″. 170 edition.
  • Printed by DL Screenprinting.
  • Will ship worldwide (expected June 2023).
  • This product is for 18+ viewers only.
  • MSRP: $50

Cocaine bear pop doll pose

As for the new one Cocaine bear Funko Pop! Suggestions, a fuzzy black bear can be seen holding a brick of cocaine between its teeth. The red duffel bag at his feet has already become a great prop thanks to the film’s release this week, and audiences will know exactly what happens when the beast devours him. The second Pop! A puppet shows the after effects with a bear with blood on its snout and a dismembered limb (those who have seen the film know whose) in its paw.

Cocaine Bear is a simple pop doll

Although Cocaine bear may be a special breed of movie, Funko previously came out with a similar R-rated Pop! puppets, including WWE Edge Superstar Adam Copeland. Given that adults love collecting these figures as much as any child, it would be nice to see future projects presented in the same way. And if Elizabeth Banks makes another one then a drug movie about animals Cocaine bearof course, there will be more attractive but terrifying creatures to choose from.

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