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PopRock is a common Sweet Treats Shopkin from Season Three.

Appearance

PopRock is a green and yellow bag of Pop Rocks with purple candies on it. The word "POP" is written on it in purple letters. He is sticking out his tongue to reveal candies on it.

His variant is a pink and red bag of Pop Rocks with yellow candies on it. The word "POP" is written on it in yellow letters. He is sticking out his tongue to reveal candies on it.

He is also included in the Target exclusive Shopkins Mystery Edition 40 pack. This exclusive is an orange and yellow bag of Pop Rocks with yellow candies on it. The word "POP" is written on it in yellow letters. He is sticking out his tongue to reveal candies on it.

There are three exclusive variants from the Halloween Pumpkins. The first variant features him as a pink and purple bag of Pop Rocks with brown candies on it. The word "POP" is written on it in brown letters. He is sticking out his tongue to reveal candies on it.

The second variant features him as a neon orange and purple bag of Pop Rocks with olive greem candies on it. The word "POP" is written on it in olive green letters. He is sticking out his tongue to reveal candies on it.

The third variant features him as a translucent purple and fuschia pink bag of Pop Rocks with yellow candies on it. The word "POP" is written on it in yellow letters. The translucent part of the bag glows in the dark. He is sticking out his tongue to reveal candies on it.

Trivia

  • Pop Rocks are small, crystal-like crunchy candies that "pop" in your mouth, leaving your mouth feeling tingly afterwards.
  • He is the first Shopkin with a one-word name written in CamelCase (an uppercase letter in the middle of the one word, to represent two words).

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