Assuming the Funko Wikia Marvel page is accurate, there have been no Funko Fantastic Four figures since the Marvel Universe: Series 1 wave in 2011 that included Ben Grimm better known as The Thing. If we’re talking supporting characters then I guess we’re talking 2012 with Doctor Doom as part of Series 2.
It’s not hard to figure out that the lack of Funko Fantastic Four figures (and merchandise in general) was due to the open secret that Marvel blocked FF licensing due to Fox Studios owning the movie rights, going so far as to cancel the ongoing Fantastic Four book. However, when a new Fantastic Four ongoing series from writer Dan Slott and artist Sara Pichelli was announced, almost a year before the acquisition of 21st Century Fox by Disney was finalized, it seemed Marvel’s First Family was finally due for a comeback.
As I noted in the SDCC ’18 Marvel Exclusives, once the Disney/Fox deal happened I anticipated more Fantastic Four merchandise and sure enough just yesterday Funko announced a line of Fantastic Four Funko Pop! figures.
I believe there’s a mistake in the Mystery Mini product descriptions, mentioning Terrax as one of the figures when Funko meant a Moloid.
Check out the Fantastic Four Funko products below! Any FF characters you’re hoping to see in Funko form in the near future?
Bring a touch of the fantastic to your collection with a Mystery Mini series including Mister Fantastic, a stretched version of Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Human Torch, Thing, Doctor Doom, Silver Surfer, Galactus, Mole Man, Namor, Super-Skrull and Terrax.
A Mystery Mini series available exclusively at Target includes Thing, Invisible Woman (in suit) and Human Torch.
A Mystery Mini series available exclusively at GameStop includes Silver Surfer in a new pose, Invisible Woman (transitional) and Doctor Doom in a new pose.
Round out the collection with Pop! Mister Fantastic, Pop! Invisible Woman, Pop! Human Torch, Pop! Thing, Pop! Mole Man, Pop! Doctor Doom, Pop! Silver Surfer, Pop! H.E.R.B.I.E., Pop! Super-Skrull and Pop! Galactus.
Pop! Thing wearing a disguise is available as a Barnes and Noble exclusive, Pop! Invisible Woman is available as a GameStop exclusive, Pop! Human Torch Glow in the Dark is available as a Funko Specialty Series exclusive, Pop! Human Torch is available as a Hot Topic exclusive and a 10” Pop! Thing is available as a Target exclusive.