Homer Buddha Figure 2012 Sdcc Vinyl Kidrobot Exclusive The Simpsons Golden Gold
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Homer Buddha Figure 2012 Sdcc Vinyl Kidrobot Exclusive The Simpsons Golden Gold:
HOMER BUDDHA figure SDCC vinyl KIDROBOT gold THE SIMPSONS
Being offered is the 2012 San Diego Comic-con exclusive HOMER BUDDHA vinyl figure from KIDROBOT. Inspired by The Simpsons episode "Goo Gai Pan," in which Homer poses as Buddha to gain entry into an orphanage in China. With a pretzel in one hand, and beads in another, this GOLDEN EDITION Homer passes down the oral tradition of donut eating. The 7-Inch vinyl figure sits on a donut and comes with two removable accessories. Packaged in a very cool box packaging shaped like a Chinese take-out container! LIMITED TO ONLY 500 PCS. Clean and fresh from smoke-free Environment.
Unopened in factory-sealed packaging. Officially licensed product by Kidrobot.
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