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AiPT! Podcast Episode 47: Toys and Funkos!

This week we talk more Captain Marvel, who should replace Henry Cavill if he quit being Superman, and toys, collectibles, and Funko!

We are back! This week we discuss more Captain Marvel and who should replace Henry Cavill if he is really out as Superman. Our main topic is toys, collectibles, and Funkos! We all have toys and collectibles in our lives. We share what we collect, some are sentimental, and some are valuable, but we love them all! Plus our picks for the week! So sit back and enjoy the latest AiPT! Podcast!

The AiPT Podcast is – Jason Segarra, Alyssa Jackson, and David Hildebrand. You can find Jason on Twitter @FelixLancaster. You can find Alyssa on twitter @alyjack and you can find David on Twitter @Sycotic. You can tweet us personally or at the show’s account on Twitter @AiPTPodcast

AiPT! Podcast Episode 47: Toys and Funkos!

David’s Carrie Fisher autograph

AiPT! Podcast Episode 47: Toys and Funkos!

Part of Aly’s collection

AiPT! Podcast Episode 47: Toys and Funkos!

Part of Jason’s collection

AiPT! Podcast Episode 47: Toys and Funkos!


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