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JoJo's Bouncin' Boneheads
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Range

JoJo's Bouncin' Boneheads

Year

1996

Availability

Europe, Canada, South Africa, Israel

Rarity

Common

Alternate Names

Jojo's, Puppazzini, Pride

Next Series

JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads Series 2

Jojo's Bouncin' Boneheads is an unofficial series of Gogo's made by Imperial Toys. Notice the extremely similar names between the two products. There were 36 characters, there was a JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads Series 2 with new shiny figures added making it 48 characters in the set. A Mysterious JoJo's Bouncin' Boneheads Series has also emerged with an unknown amount of new characters.

Unlike Crazy Bones, Bouncin' Boneheads were packaged so that largely, what was contained within each packet was on display in plastic bubbles. The packaging had several different changes made to it throughout the production period of Bouncin' Boneheads, and some of these variations are listed below.

A card with 7 individual bubbles, with all 9 Boneheads on display. Frequently, these packets would have purple stickers placed over text on the card, which read 'includes stickers' presumably as these stickers were not largely produced, though some do exist.

Another packaging variation had two or more boneheads hidden by a card placed inside the plastic bubble.

A third packaging variant included the typical backing card and some bubbles, but also included a 'Caddy' in which to store the Boneheads. This also contained some 'hidden' bones and is rare. Later on, new characters were added, and the checklists were updated. These characters were packaged in either one of the variant packages described above.

Checklist

Limited Edition JoJo's

  • Limited Edition Figures
  • Limited Edition shiny metallic Jojos.
  • Limited Edition painted faced Jojos.
  • Painted Face Jojo's. (From The Gir Collection.)

Jojo's Bouncin Boneheads released limited edition shiny metallic and painted face Jojos. Unlike Crazy Bones, these were not randomly put in regular packs, instead were sold in special packs guaranteeing you got them.





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Chupa Chups promotion

To help promote JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads figures in Germany and Finland, a candy company known as 'Chupa Chups' gave away some of these figures.

It is assumed that it worked the same way it did in Finland. 'Chupa Chups' would give away special codes that you could save up with each purchase and send away for a free JoJo figure.

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Trivia

  • Power Bombers were marketed as 'JoJo's Crazy Bones Power Bombers' in Canada.
  • Goof: Stinky and Brutus names are mixed up on some checklists. Brutus is actually the name of the one with horns.
  • In Halloween 1999, they made Special Edition Ghostly Blister Packs. It is unknown what is different with these figures to the ones you get in normal packs.
  • Series 2 were sold in special boxes along with Series 1.
  • There is a figure that can be found in the box that does not appear on the checklist.
  • There is special limited edition shiny and painted face figures.
  • Some packets of Dracco Heads were titled "JoJo's".
  • Goof: Another series from France called The Barjo's had Buster from this series on the packaging, but the figures were all new.

Alternate Names

  • Puppazzini
  • Jojo's
  • Pride Jojo's

Story

In the beginning... A long time ago, in fact 11,600 years ago, there was an eighth continent called Atlantis; the inhabitants were some of the most creative and talented people on earth. Some very smart people say Atlantis never existed, but with a little imagination and some hints from Jojo, we know it really did.

Right at the end of the Pleistocene (pronounced Play-toe-seen) Ice Age there was a giant earthquake that sunk Atlantis into the ocean. After thousands of years of cooling off and land mass re-formations, the only thing left at the top of the highest mountain peaks were millions of chunks of really cool pieces of volcanic rock. One day, a boy named Jojo stumbled upon these treasures and showed them to his friends. Soon the word spread and children everywhere became fascinated by the bright colors and sparkling crystals that were shaped like bones. Jojo, who was also very smart, began to paint faces on some of these "bones" and suddenly the "bones" became Boneheads.

Children loved their boneheads and started to collect, trade and play games with these wacky, bouncin' bones. They even named one of them Jojo and the legend grows even now. Today you can collect all 36 of the Original Jojo's *(Sorry they're no longer made out of volcanic rock). You can try your skill, match them with your friends or just keep 'em safe. There's just one thing, insist on Original Jojo's because only Original Jojo's trace their history all the way back to the magical lost continent of Atlantis.

Mega JoJo's
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Range

JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads

Year

1996

Availability

France, South Africa

Rarity

Unusual

Larger versions of JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads sold in South Africa and France.

There is much rarer versions with the words 'TF1' on their body, these ones were released by Panini.

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JoJo's Bouncin' Boneheads Series 2
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Range

JoJo's Bouncin' Boneheads

Year

1997

Availability

Europe

Rarity

Scarce

Next Series

Tim'Foot JoJo's

12 new characters that were sold along with JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads. The characters were hard to find and were only sold in special boxes.

Checklist

Trivia

  • This is surprisingly similar to Things, as this was a second series of JoJo's, and they include Objects.
  • In Hungary, not all the figures were shiny and they had painted faces.
  • There is no stamp on the back of the figures.
  • In England, they were sold inside purple boxes with the JoJo's Series 1 figures.

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Tim'Foot JoJo's
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Package

Range

JoJo's Bouncin' Boneheads

Year

Summer 2002

Availability

France, UK

Rarity

Scarce

Alternate Names

None

Tim'Foot is a Series of JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads (by Imperial Toys) for released in France and sparsely in the UK. These JoJo's were released for The 2002 Fifa World Cup. The characters are soccer themed. There are 12 characters in total, 11 of which are football shirt-shaped (numbered on the back 1-11) and one of which is a football.

Checklist

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Trivia

  • CGI was Very Popular for Soccer Fans in 2002, as the 2002 Fifa Mascots were CGI Animated, even on the TV Show for those Mascots. This could a reason why The Artwork for these Characters are in CGI.
  • This is the 1st of the 2 Unoffical World Cup Series to be released. The 2nd One was Nitsus Cup.
  • 8 Years Later, an Offical World Cup Series was made, called Foot. The Designs are not really similar at all, but they are both released for The Fifa World Cup.

Krema JoJo's
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Range

JoJo's Bouncin' Boneheads

Year

90's

Availability

France

Rarity

Extremely Rare

These were Jojo's figures that were given away free with packets of 'Krema Candy', It is not known how many different figures came with this ad, only one has been found.

Checklist

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Mysterious JoJo's

Range

JoJo's Bouncin' Boneheads

Year

1990's

Availability

Unknown. Possibly South Africa or Israel

Rarity

Ultra Rare

Mysterious JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads are as the unofficial name suggests somewhat of a mystery. They are stamped "Laor Toys" on the back like original JoJo's. They are extremely uncommon and are numbered from 1 to unknown #52 being the highest number found yet. So they are not a true series 3. Some people have speculated that they are South African exclusives, however after the discovery of Mystery JoJo's #52 which has sidecurls and what apears to be a kippah it is also a possibility that these are Israeli exclusives JoJo's are afterall Israeli.

Checklist

Since a checklist or other information has yet to show up. These are temporary names or rather descriptions for what Mystery JoJo's are known so far:

Source

http://www.retroreden.dk/en/21-jojo-s

JoJo's Jax 'n Ball
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Range

JoJo's

Year

1998

Rarity

Uncommon

A bouncy ball with a picture of Jojo on it, used to play 'Bones Jax N' Ball' with JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads.

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Containers
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Range

JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads

Year

Late 1990's

Availability

South Africa, Europe

Rarity

Rare

These are containers to keep the Jojo's inside of.

Caddy

The Caddy is a plastic tube container that can carry a lot of Jojo's. The Caddy has a clip to be able to place it on the collector's belt. The Caddy came in many florescent colors.

Chupa Chups Tub

In France there was a similar container but it was released with a promotion with Chupa Chups candy.

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Bounce Deck
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Range

JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads

Year

Late 1990's

Availability

South Africa, Europe

Rarity

Rare

The Bounce Deck is a plastic board that is use to bounce the Jojo's onto.

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JoJo's Necklace
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South Africa had special JoJo's that could be attatched to a necklace (source: Mr Capdel http://mr-capdel.tumblr.com/)

Range

JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads

Year

Late 1990's

Availability

South Africa, Europe

Rarity

Rare

South Africa and parts of Europe had special JoJo's that could be attached to a necklace

Arguydal Jojo's
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Arguydal Jojo's are hand painted porcelain models of some of the JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads characters.

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JoJo's Heroes' Party CD
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Range

JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads

Year

Late 1990's

Availability

South Africa, Europe

Rarity

Rare

A music album released in 1996 based on the JoJo's series.

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Jojo's - heroes' party 1996

Jojo's - heroes' party 1996

Boneheads Popper
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Range

JoJo's Bouncin Boneheads

Year

Late 1990's

Availability

South Africa, Europe

Rarity

Rare

A plastic trash can that came in many different colors, you place a figure inside and then press a button which ejects the figure into the air.

Stickers
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Various stickers that are sold along with JoJo's. These stickers come in all different shapes and styles and are based on the JoJo's characters.

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