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Gogo's (2007)
Gogos-crazy-bones-sticker-album

Range

Gogo's Crazy Bones

Year

2007
2010
2012
2013
2015
2016
2017-present

Availability

Australia, North America, Europe

Subsets

Urban Toys
Genios Universe
Mega Metropolis

Rarity

Common

Next Series

Evolution

Series No.

1

For the original series from 1996, click here

In 2007, Magic Box Int. decided to bring back Gogo's Crazy Bones. They decided to make this series with a new look, which is humanoid in nature, with a lot of the characters having legs and arms. Another change is they now have a raised cylinder on the back, which is where the Magic Box Int. stamp is placed.

Each of the 80 Gogo's Crazy Bones are available in five different colours, along with 15 Wanted Gogo's (US release only) and five Most Wanted Gogo's, bringing the series to 100 different Gogo's (or 420 counting all colours, the Wanted, and Most Wanted Gogo's).

The series was released in South America and Asia under the name Urban Toys, which had different colours.

Checklist Edit

Most Wanted

Wanted

Wanted Gogo's Edit

There are 15 Wanted Gogo's, which were exclusive to North America, and cannot be found in Europe or any country where the Urban Toys series was distributed. They are rarer than the common Gogo's.

Most Wanted Gogo's Edit

There are 5 Most Wanted Gogo's that were released in Europe and North America. They are very rare, even moreso than the North American Wanted Gogo's. The Wanted Gogo's are also available in the Urban Toys series. European releases of the series contained one Most Wanted figure per box of thirty packets.

Products Edit

  • Collector case
  • Bag
  • Booster box
  • Sticker album
  • Blister pack
  • Collector Tin

TriviaEdit

  • This is one of the most popular series of the Gogo's Crazy Bones series.

Gallery Edit

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  • Classement des gogo's

    9 messages
    • Hello,can you put pictures of your Gogo's collections?Are they stored in boxes, on shelves, or others?It will help me to tidy up mine.thank you. 
    • I use shoe boxes, work pretty well! My unopened stuff is in larger bankers boxes