You'll get a bang out of this! Quantum Mechanix has captured the lovable awkwardness that is Leonard in this fantastic Big Bang Theory Leonard Q-Pop Vinyl Figure, which stands about 3 1/2-inches tall. Mohammad "Hawk" Haque has designed this fan-favorite geek boy with his signature black-rimmed glasses, comfy sneakers and recycling-themed T-shirt. The Leonard Q-Pop includes a word bubble and special marker, so that you can add your own quotes.
Leonard Hofstadter, a brilliant experimental physicist, wants to be social, have friends and a girl to love. He's a gifted geek in search of a connection. From the hit TV series The Big Bang Theory, Leonard is the hapless straight man in a circle of top-flight Caltech scientists. He endured a tough childhood with a mother as critical, apathetic, and socially inept as his current roommate, Sheldon Cooper. He's in love with his pretty next-door neighbor, Penny. He's as insecure as Sheldon is egotistical - and that speaks volumes.
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