The various Dunny Series are wildly diverse, visually interesting and even somewhat entertaining. The toyline consists of blind-packed (you have no idea what you're gonna get) toys designed by various guest artists such as Gary Baseman, Tim Biskup, Shepard Fairey and Frank Kozik just to name a few.
As with a lot of blind-packed toys, These toys are limited edition, so once they're sold, they're gone. I'm sure Kidrobot's intent is to combine the addictive thrill of gambling with the obsessive compulsion of completing a "limited edition" collection. I feel sorry for the completists out there. Not only will it be costly obtaining the whole Dunny collection, but being stuck with all the extras you don't want has to be annoying. I guess eBay could be your ticket out.
Hell, even I've picked up a handful of these at a time hoping to get some cool rare ones. Luckily for me, I haven't been totally seduced by them. I have some good ones and bad ones, but here's a look at some of my favorites that I've picked up over the past couple of years. According to Kid Robot's Dunny Checklist a couple of these are chase figures. Wowee! They could be worth hundreds (of cents most likely).