POP action figure of Bob #449
In the small, seemingly quiet town of Twin Peaks, the slightest incident is seen as completely unusual. But of all the events that can happen in a remote place, a murder - especially of a young girl - is experienced as the end of a world. Also, rather than the end of a quiet period, the death of Laura Palmer will have been the beginning of everything, the beginning of Twin Peaks and its batch of supernatural appearances.
David Lynch, by conceiving his series, was going to mark the world of the television with his artistic claw and this, without counting the circles of the thriller and the horror. Twin Peaks will indeed have been the occasion to generate three major revolutions in the world of fiction and these owe their existence to a particular character: Bob.
Bob, in Twin Peaks, is not the most striking character of the series, but he is the one around whom all the implausibilities of this curious microcosm are articulated. His appearances in the series are rare but striking. He even allowed himself a fleeting appearance in the third season despite the death of the actor who played him thanks to digital effects.
Bob, is not a man nor a character, but an entity which, by itself, gathers a whole concept around its only person. Although he manifests himself under a definite appearance, few people actually see him as he really is. Indeed, Bob is a supernatural entity from a parallel universe. He then seeks to enter our existential plane in order to feed on the pain and sadness of his victims. It is for this reason that he is responsible for multiple atrocities, those most often materializing by rape and murder.
It is indeed him who murdered Laura Palmer... without being him. Because to intervene in our world, Bob must manipulate people who have lost their way in the Black Lodge, which is the junction between the two universes. That's how Bob manipulated Leland Palmer to use him to kill Laura; but it's also Bob who took over the body of special agent Dale Cooper at the end of season 2.
The Funko POP figure of Bob from Twin Peaks represents him as he is perceived by those who are about to be manipulated by him. In a sense, one could say that the appearance of the Twin Peaks Bob POP figure represents him as he really is, or at least as those who see him see him.
Thus, the Bob from Twin Peaks figurine manifests itself with a dated style. He wears a denim jacket and sports a long gray hair and some beard hair. As it is, the Funko POP Bob from Twin Peaks, faithful to the original, represents Bob as a kind of marginal character. We can read in his big black eyes the delight that is his at the idea of tormenting the inhabitants of Twin Peaks, where he will have multiplied the atrocities.
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What price for Bob POP figure ?
The action figure of Bob, from the Twin Peaks franchise is a POP which came out in February 2017.
According to its features, its selling price is estimated at:
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||26 February 2017|
|Size||10 cm / 3.75''|
|Licence||CBS Consumer Products|
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