Fans of "Weird Al" Yankovic have no doubt listened to all his albums, watched his live shows, and can probably recite a handful of classic lines from UHF (for better or worse). But there's also a world of "Weird Al" collectibles out there, from Chia Pets to action figures, that any self-professed Al aficionado (alficionado?) should be familiar with. Here are nine of our favorites.

1. "Weird Al" Yankovic Funko Pop!; $29

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This Funko Pop! of "Weird Al" is a picture-perfect vinyl recreation of the star's 1980s look, right down to his aviator glasses and signature mustache.

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2. UHF Movie Poster; $11

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Even though "Weird Al's" 1989 film UHF bombed when it first came out, it's since carved out a niche as a cult classic. What was once a career failure is now a highlight for die-hard fans, and this poster is a perfect conversation starter for your home office.

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3. Signed Mad Magazine June 2015 Issue #533; $250

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For those too young to know, Mad is a humor magazine that originally started as a comic book back in 1952. For the June 2015 issue, "Weird Al" became the first and only person to guest-edit an issue and was even featured on the cover with the iconic kid mascot, Alfred E. Neuman. This issue is signed by "Weird Al"; Mad's editor-in-chief, John Ficarra; lead Mad artist, Sam Viviano; and famous Mad writer, Dick DeBartolo.

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4. "Weird Al" Yankovic Chia Pet; $20

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The 1980s have given us plenty of memorabilia to enjoy, but one that has stuck with us the most has to be the Chia Pet. This throwback collectible lets you grow your own version of "Weird Al's" hair right on a well-lit windowsill.

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5. NECA "White and Nerdy" Action Figure; $35

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In 2006, "Weird Al" released his album Straight Outta Lynwood, which features the song "White and Nerdy," a parody of "Ridin'" by Chamillionaire. This action figure shows "Weird Al" exactly as he appears in the song's music video.

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6. Cool And Strange Music Magazine #19; $8

Cool And Strange Music Magazine had "Weird Al" on the cover of its 19th issue. Though the magazine has since stopped printing, this issue is a relic to remember.

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7. Eat It! Autographed Fender Strat Electric Guitar Pickguard; $120

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"Eat It" is a Grammy-winning parody of the Michael Jackson classic "Beat It," and was featured on the album “Weird Al” Yankovic in 3-D. He'd later use the catchphrase on this signed Fender Strat electric guitar pickguard.

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8. Complete Set of "Weird Al" Trading Cards; $55

According to Nerdvana Media, “Weird Al” got into the trading card business back in 2011, and this eBay listing contains all 133 of them.

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9. The Simpsons "Weird Al" Yankovic Action Figure; $20

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In the season 19 episode of The Simpsons called "That '90s Show," "Weird Al" shows up and parodies a song by Homer's band. This was his second guest appearance on the show, and to commemorate the occasion, the singer got his very own Simpsons action figure.

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