Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is number 108 in Pop! Movies. He is from the classic film, Ghostbusters. He is a 6" Pop! figure. This variant is a "GITD" variant of Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. It is a SDCC 2014 exclusive.
The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is a mascot of the popular Marshmallow brand "Stay Puft". It was first seen as an illustration on a bag of marshmallows in the background when Dana Barrett's groceries became possessed by an unseen entity. Stay Puft was the form that Ray unintentionally chose on the day of Gozer's return, for the fact that it was the most harmless thing he could think of. The Stay Puft form taken by Gozer was actually made from marshmallow and melted upon being destroyed by the Ghostbusters. Stay Puft did not return for the second film, but has made subsequent appearances in other media based on the films, including the intro and some episodes of the animated series, The Real Ghostbusters, where Egon was able to create a friendly version that aided the team. He also reappears as a minor antagonist of 2009's Ghostbusters: The Video Game, as Gozer is only able to choose one destructor form for each dimension he enters, which means he was forced to become Stay Puft a second time. Still weakened from his defeat in the original movie, he was dispatched singlehandedly by the Ghostbusters' new trainee.
- "GITD" Stay Puft Marshmallow Man was released as a SDCC 2014 exclusive at the Funko booth.