IGGY POP Bobblehead Available For Pre-Order

Drastic Plastic Collectibles and Impact Merchandising have announced the release of Iggy Pop, the second of their limited-edition bobbleheads.

Since his raucous proto-punk, peanut butter smearing days with THE STOOGES, few "street walking cheetahs" have mastered the maniacal with as much grit, gusto and flair as Iggy Pop.

This rare figure is hand-numbered and limited to 1000 pieces. It stands seven inches high and is made of durable polyresin. Get yours today as they are sure to go fast.

Aggronautix in 2009 announced its line of "Throbbleheads," immortalizing punk's more colorful personalities.

The first two to be immortalized in limited-edition plastic production were Detroit punk Tesco Vee of THE MEATMEN, and the legendary shock rocker GG Allen.

The company also helped bring you bobbleheads of such punk legends as Keiith Morris, Jello Biafra, Johnny and Dee Dee Ramone.

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