The much anticipated Funko SDCC Exclusive reveals continues this week. I must say, Funko may be topping themselves compared to previous years.
First up, for the video game fans
Pop! Games: Destiny – Sweeper Bot
It’s the bravest bot in the Tower
Pop! Games: Overwatch – Grillmaster Solider: 76
Soldier: 76, in his Grillmaster: 76 skin from the Overwatch Summer Games event, will be lining the shelves at SDCC this year. Respect the chef!
Another Funimation anime Exclusive, for Dragonball Super fans a variant of Whis, Lord Beerus faithful attendant.
Pop! Animation: Dragon Ball Z – Metallic Whis
Next up in Funko’s movie line, the consistently popular Scott Pilgrim including Matthew Patel. I guess pirates are in this year. Unless I’m mistaken, I believe The Royal Tenenbaums is the first Wes Anderson property to get the Funko treatment. Wouldn’t be surprised to see other Wes Anderson films to be licensed down the line or even Anderson himself as a future Funko Pop! figure himself.
Pop! Movies: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World – Matthew Patel & Demon Chick 2-pack
Ramona’s first evil ex and his demon chick are ready to battle! Didn’t you get his e-mail explaining the situation?
Vynl.: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World – Scott Pilgrim & Ramona Flowers 2-pack
What do you know about Ramona Flowers? She & Scott are now available in a Vynl. 2-pack
Your love for this Vynl. 2-pack doesn’t have to be a secret!
Witness me! The iconic vehicle from Mad Max: Fury Road is now a Pop! Ride and limited to 5000 pieces!
Ghüs has been a lot of things in his day… but sweet is not one of those things. Ghüs is looking pretty sweet in this flocked (fuzzy!) SDCC exclusive Pop!
Saga makes its Rocky Candy debut!
Hellboy is looking sharp in this SDCC exclusive Pop!, with a full suit and crown surrounded by tentacles!
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