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Funko To Release New Ozzy Osbourne POP! Vinyl

Ozzy Osbourne’s Ordinary Man era is being immortalised in Funko POP! form.

Funko have been on a roll this year, unveiling some brilliant rock and metal-themed POP!s for music lovers’ shelves: from Slipknot and Slayer to Ghost and Weezer. Now, another Kerrang! icon is getting the collectible figure treatment: Ozzy Osbourne.

The Prince Of Darkness was actually turned into a POP! way back in 2011, but unsurprisingly this original edition isn’t the easiest – or cheapest – to get your hands on now. So, Funko have just launched a brand-new variant, based on the album sleeve for Ozzy’s latest solo record, the excellent Ordinary Man.

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Exclusive to Hot Topic, this new Ozzy POP! sees the heavy metal titan dressed all in black with a pair of bat wings and a fancy bowler hat. It’s not listed for sale on Hot Topic’s website just yet, so keep your eyes peeled… 

And Funko might even have more new imagery to base their figures on soon, as Ozzy has already started another new solo LP according to his wife and manager, Sharon

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Ozzy Ordinary Man Funko Pop Figure

And here’s the album cover, for comparison’s sake:

Ozzy Ordinary Man Cover
Posted on September 9th 2020, 11:54a.m.
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