POP action figure of Brian #32
Seth MacFarlane, author of Family Guy wears many hats. In addition to being the author of the series and incidentally, one of its occasional writers, he is also the voice of several of its characters. Many characters by the way. Thus, he incarnates as well Peter Griffin, the father of the family, Stewie Griffin, the younger son that Quagmire among other numerous secondary characters. But of all the characters to which he lends his voice, Brian is undoubtedly the one with whom he is most involved.
Brian Griffin, in a sense, is the embodiment of Seth MacFarlane in the Griffin series. Initially, the character was intended to be the voice of reason for the Griffin family. To counterbalance Peter's crass silliness or insanity and aggression, Brian - a dog who talks without surprising anyone - was to act as the one to temper the most absurd situations.
As the seasons progressed, the characters of Family Guy became more and more refined in their personalities, and Brian's more than the others. So that no character is spared, he too has become a good-for-nothing in his own way.
Arrogant, proud of himself, but above all hypocritical and incapable, Brian is typical of the humanist democrat who likes to give lessons to everyone without ever applying them. In this sense, he is the incarnation of Seth MacFarlane; his satyr avatar in the series. This makes Brian all the more likeable while his flaws are more glaring than ever. We often find him in duo with Stewie - who also evolved with him - and wants to be the rival of Quagmire who is his opposite. Where Brian pretends to be a respectable individual that he is not, Quagmire assumes his deviances that hide a responsible man and worthy of respect.
As the dog of the house, Brian is also Peter's best friend. It should be noted that Brian was supposed to be killed and then replaced, but the anger of the fans was such that the writers decided to find a way to bring him back.
The Funko POP figure of Brian Griffin, the dog from the Griffin series, presents him both in his appearance while suggesting his personality. First of all, like the character, the Brian Griffin Funko POP stands on his two hind legs, even though he is a dog. After all, a talking dog may as well be bipedal.
With its white coat, the Brian Griffin figure wears a red collar and has a head obviously different from the usual Funko POP in terms of its shape. The Brian Griffin POP figure, with his hands on his hips and his half-jaded look, conveys all the smugness of the character, both sanctimonious and believing himself to be above everyone even though he is humanly below everything.
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What price for Brian POP figure ?
The action figure of Brian, from the Family Guy franchise is a POP which came out in April 2015.
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Warning: this POP is relatively old and can be difficult to find in stores or on the internet. You will have more chance to get it on platforms between private individuals but this rarity can make its price go up... 🤔
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|Release date||21 April 2015|
|Size||10 cm / 3.75''|
|Licence||20th Century Fox|
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