Ghost’s ‘Opus Eponymous’ and Ozzy’s ‘Diary of a Madman’ Get Funko Pop! Figures

Nothing proves that you’ve made it as a musician like getting a Funko Pop! figure made of you or your most famous album. Back in October, the vinyl figurine company released a tribute to Black Sabbath’s self-titled debut by turning the witch from the cover into its own miniature. Now, they’ve added two more classic metal records to the list: Ghost‘s 2010 debut Opus Eponymous and Ozzy Osbourne‘s 1981 hit record Diary of a Madman.

Both figures will be released as part of Funko’s Popapoalooza event, in which the company is rolling out an insane number of music- and musician-themed figures. The Diary of a Madman figure is available for preorder now, while Opus Eponymous figure will be available through Hot Topic on September 18th.

“Never forget where it started, or the journey that unfolded along the way, by collecting this special Pop! Album of Diary of a Madman,” says the company’s website of the Ozzy figurine, “which features a Pop! Ozzy Osbourne (as he’s seen on the album’s cover) and the album cover art packaged together in a protective case that can be hung on a wall. The Pop! inside is secured to the case to keep your display looking pristine and undisturbed by all the heavy metal music and head banging that’s inevitable.”

Check out both figures below:

 

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While the Opus Eponymous Funko figure is cool, it’s a little small compared to indie toy company Super7′‘s new the Ultimate Papa figure. Standing 7″ tall and made to order, it’s the type of toy we all dreamed of having as a kid. The toy also comes with a slew of accessories and interchangeable parts, including two heads (Papa I with Original Mitre and Papa I with Golden Mitre), thuribles with real chains (silver and gold), and more. Check it out and let the war for your wallet begin.

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Words by Chris Krovatin