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Fraggle Rock Gobo Fraggle Hard Enamel Pin

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Fraggle Rock Gobo Fraggle Hard Enamel Pin:

Gobo is the natural leader of the Fraggle Five. He is an explorer, spending his days charting the unexplored (and explored-but-forgotten) regions of Fraggle Rock. Gobo is following, often quite literally, in the footsteps of his Uncle Traveling Matt Fraggle, the greatest living Fraggle explorer. Gobo is actually extremely brave, being the only Fraggle (besides Matt) who has ever had the nerve to enter Doc's workshop and risk the jaws of Sprocket. He is highly respected by other Fraggles, although they occasionally find him a little pompous. He is also somewhat egocentric, which can make it hard for him to admit mistakes. As a leader, Gobo often provides his friends with direction, although, since he's a Fraggle, it's sometimes a fairly silly one. 1 1/4-inch in size, hard enamel, two posts with black rubber clutch, on backing card in hanging poly plastic sleeve.
Company: Little Shop of Pins
Theme: Fraggle Rock
Product Type: Pins
Age: 14 +
Country of Origin: China
Packaging Height: 3.50
Packaging Width: 0.50
Packaging Length: 2.25
Weight: 0.050

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