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Crazy Bones come in Many different colors, here is a guide of all the color types they can come in.

Unpainted (Colors)
Regularobnes
Regular solid color Gogo's

Series

All of the original series and most of the international series for the 2007 era

Availability

Worldwide

Rarity

Common

Your typical Crazy Bone character. They come in every color of the rainbow! Nothing too special about these ones, just plain simple colors. The official sticker guides stated that the colors of brown, black and white would get retired around 1998 which meant they were harder to find, but there was very little truth to this as they would continue to produce figurines in this color.

Series Available

  • Gogo's
  • Things
  • Rockers
  • Mega Bones
  • Skinny Bombers
  • Sports
  • Aliens
  • Buddies
  • Mutants
  • Sports Series 2
  • DBZ
  • Medabots
  • Shin Chan
  • The New Generation
  • Mags
  • Marvel
  • Urban Toys
  • Megatrip
  • Foot
  • Turma da Monica
  • Genios

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Painted (Colors)
Handpaintedfaces
Hand painted face Gogo's

Series

Aliens and most of the series after 2007

Availability

Worldwide

Rarity

Common

Known as multicolor, these special unique bones have a hand painted touch to them. These are NOT available in the older series of Crazy Bones, with the exception of Aliens. All new series except for Genios have painted figures.

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Jellies (Colors)
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Jellie Gogo's

Series

All Classic series

Availability

Worldwide

Rarity

Common

Clear, softly-colored Crazy Bones giving an appearance like Jell-o. They do not count as Ice Bones, since they aren't completely transparent, nor are the sparkles. These are semi-translucent Bones with bright neon colors.

Ice Bones (Colors)
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Ice Bones

Series

All Classic series

Availability

Worldwide

Rarity

Common

Transparent in appearance and carefully molded to perfection, you'll love Ice Bones.

Sparkles (Colors)
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Sparkles Bones (From Left to right; Chester, E.T, Cable Guy, Webster, Baboo, and Slurp.)

Series

All Classic Sets, Evolution, Panini Series, Olympics, Cool/Groovy, Megatrip (Special Edition)

Availability

Europe, North America, Asia, South America, Israel

Rarity

Common (North America) Uncommon (South America) Infrequent (Europe, Israel and Asia)

Speckled with blue, red, green, silver and gold glitter dust throughout, they are recognizable when placed side by side with other bones.

In Sets

  • All Classic Sets
  • Evolution
  • Urban Toys
  • Megatrip
  • Fut
  • Cool/Groovy
  • Olympics
  • Monica's Gang
  • Gogo's Futebol
  • Disney

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Toothpaste (Colors)
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Toothpaste colored Gogo's

Series

All Classic series and on rare occasions in the newer series

Availability

Worldwide

Rarity

Unusual

Swirls of semi-translucent colors mixed with pearly white streaks to make for a color scheme resembling toothpaste.

Glowies (Colors)
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Glow in the dark

Series

All Classic series, Megatrip, Cool/Groovy, Monica's Gang, Olympics, Gogo's Futebol

Availability

Worldwide

Rarity

Rare

Glow in the dark Crazy Bones are specially designed to illuminate in the dark. Rare findings if you discover one in your pack.

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Shiny (Colors)
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Series

Evolution (Israel), Explorer, Power, Cool, Megatrip

Availability

Europe, North America, Asia, South America, Israel

Rarity

Common (Power), Rare

These are alot like Precious Metals (colors) but with a different color shine to them such as Pink and Blue.

Trivia

  • Shiny figures from the Cool and Megatrip Series were released in special edition tins alongside Precious Metals.

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Metals (Colors)
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Metal Gogo's

Series

All Classic series, Megatrip, Cool/Groovy, Monica's Gang

Availability

Worldwide

Rarity

Uncommon

Metallic shades of silver and bronze, metals are considered rare, yet attainable within the Crazy Bones family. These were also released in the Cool/Groovy Series and in the New Gogos (Megatrip and Turma Da Monica) in Brazil.

Trivia

  • Even though they are called Metals, they are not made of metal, they are still plastic.

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Precious Metals (Colors)
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Silver and Gold

Series

Gogo's (1996), Things, Monster Bones, Aliens, Mutants, Megatrip, Megatrip (Special Edition), Olympics, Foot, Gold Tins, Supergoal, Disney

Availability

Europe, North America, Asia, South America, Israel

Rarity

Very Rare (Classic and new series), Common (Gold Tins & Power),

Gold and Silver bones are extremely rare and high in collector's value. In fact, they are considered the rarest among all Crazy Bones to collect! Shiny in appearance, Precious Metals are a collector's paradise. Some Precious Metals can be acquired in collector's tins.

For shiny blue, pink and other colors aside from Silver and Gold see Shiny (colors).

Precious Metals Can Be Found In These Series:

PreciousMetals

Guide

Silver Certificate

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In the late 90's and early 2000's you could win a certificate that would allow you to collect a Silver figure from the original Gogos (1996).



Precious Metal Megatrip Promotions in European Supermakets

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Gold Suti

There was a promotion by C1000, where if you manage to find a Gold Suti, you win a limousine ride, and get over 2,000 packs of Gogo's for your school. It is one of the rarest Crazy Bones, since there was only ever 425 of them made. A golden Ayu was given away in a similar deal by Real stores, along with a golden Tau distributed by Carrefour stores.

Trivia

  • Gold is valued higher than Silver.
  • Although they are called 'metals', they are not actually made from metal, but a shiny paint coat.
  • In Australia, Aliens could be found in Precious Metal colors.
  • In the 90's, many kids in the playground would buy gold and silver spray paint and paint their Crazy Bones figures to pass them off as rare, but as time went on, the paint would chip off revealing the figure's true colors. Pretty deceitful, isn't it?
  • PPI worker Roberto Marinho has an exclusive, one-of-a-kind Turma Da Monica collector's tin that has only shiny gold figures.
  • Unofficial series such as AbatonsDracco Heads, Grolls and Gorks, Dragon Hunters, Avengers Chibis, Jumpers & JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads also has Precious Metal colors for their figures.

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Energy (Colors)
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Before and After

Series

Megatrip (Mi Ferrisariato), Foot, Turma Da Monica, Gogo's Futebol

Availability

South America

Years

2010-2015

Rarity

Scarce

Gogo's that change color in the sun or in cold or warm water. They are only available in the Megatrip, Foot, Turma Da Monica, and Gogo's Futebol series. Furthermore, elusive Energy variants of Megatrip characters only exist in the Ecuador release.


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Tie-dye (colors)
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Rarity

Rare

Tie-dye figures are a mix of two different colors, they are very rare to find and are not documented on any official guide.

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Fuzzy (Colors)
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Superstar Gogo's

Series

Superstar

Availability

Europe

Rarity

Rare outside of Europe and uncommon in the UK

This fuzzy color / texture is only found in the Superstars series, whereas the Gogo's obtain a fuzzy texture onto them. This texture would either cover the whole Gogo, or cover nearly all of it. They are only found in the Superstars series, wrapped up in plastic bags to prevent scratches. Some Fuzzy's had Precious metal painting on them, for example Hiroki, (see image at top). Also this leads to Gogo's getting dust on them so make sure to keep them stored safely. Each Gogo comes only in two colors which is a lot less than the five colors of previous series.

Lasers (Colors)
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Laser Explorer and England 2010 Gogo's

Series

Explorer, Megatrip, England 2010, Mosh (Extremely rare 'swap-meet' edition)

Availability

Worldwide

Rarity

Rare

In Series 1, there were two sets of rarities, the 10 Wanteds and the 5 Most Wanteds, as well as the classic Miro-K. In Series 2, the only rarity was Mr. Peako - while the translucent "glitter" figures proved to be popular, they were just as readily accessible as any others. Series 4 showed a return of Wanted hard-to-find's, sometimes referred to as Most Wanteds - 10 characters were given the nod.

However, it was Series 3 (Explorer) that proved to have the most ambitious rarity campaign so far - each character was cast in a laser finish; a total of 80 limited editions. A small amount of characters were also produced in a lazer finish in the 2010 England series. In 2012, PPI reintroduced the variant in its Filipino Megatrip release. A extremely small amount of Mosh, the first character in the first modern series, were made into a lazer color and given away at Explorer launch events in the U.K.

The lasers only have 4 basic colors (aside from highlights): yellow, blue, orange, and green. Amassing a complete set can be a daunting task, since they were included once in 35 issues (estimated - see accompanying photo).

This author invested a great deal in bringing the pictured collection together, and in the end, was forced to purchase the final 35 pieces - even so, #20, Offon, continues to be elusive at the time of this writing. Many consider this to be an unfair move - cheating as it were - since the purist considers the only fair way of collecting is through luck-of-the-draw, or trades with other collectors. Yet the monetary expenditure reached several hundred dollars, spread over months, in typical pack purchases only half-way through the effort. Even those final 35 ultimately cost almost $200.00 USD (including overseas shipping charges), resulting in an astronomical outlay. For these reasons, the collection seen here, even though still incomplete, represents the largest capital endowment in the entire Grannelle collection.

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Whistlers (Colors)
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Classic Gogo's with holes on their plastic

Series

All Classic series and on rare occasions in the newer series

Availability

Worldwide

Rarity

Unusual

A whistler's dream come true, pick up a bone and blow into the hole like a soda bottle. Whistle your favorite tune!

Figures that have a small hole on the plastic that you can blow into and whistle a tune. These figures just have very minor factory faults which causes a hole in their plastic and because of this they were categorized as whistlers in the old Crazy Bones guide books.

UV Glowies (Colors)
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Mutants that are glowing under a UV light

Series

Mutants

Availability

North America, Canada

Rarity

Uncommon

Special forms of solid neon colors that glow under a UV light. They appear in Buddies and Mutants packs.

Gooies (Colors)
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Example

Series

All Classic series and the newer series on very rare occasions

Availability

Worldwide

Rarity

Unusual/Rare, but not valuable

Melted differently into a unique bone shape, these bones are valued with the same appreciation as their perfectly shaped compadres.

Gooies are extremely deformed Crazy Bones. These are very hard to get, and are avalible in every series from GoGo's to New Generation. Gooies are rare because they are actually a factory fault making the figure mutated and not made this way intentionally.

Gooies are extremely rare in the new series of Crazy Bones since they are all hand painted and go through many quality inspections before they are finally sold, but in the 90's this wasn't the case and figures would be rushed out to stores. Gooies in the new series can just be a matter of being painted on the wrong part of the figure, or forgotten to be painted atall when they were meant to be.

Although it's an unusual occurance to find one of these in a pack, this doesn't make them more valuble than others, unless there is collector's of oddities.

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