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NOVA IS THE NEXT PREVIEWS EXCLUSIVE FUNKO POP!

A brand-new PREVIEWS Exclusive Pop! Marvel Nova Prime Vinyl Figure from Funko is making its voyage to comic shops! You can currently pre-order this one from our friends at Entertainment Earth!

In 1976, Nova debuted in Marv Wolfman and John Buscema’s The Man Called Nova #1. When the last surviving member of the planet Xandar’s elite Nova Corps is dying, he selects New York high school student Richard Rider to replace him. Rider, calling himself Nova, becomes a superhero with the uniform and receives the powers of a Nova Centurion…he just has to figure out how to use them!

This PREVIEWS Exclusive Pop! of Nova features the hero in his classic costume and boasts a metallic paint job and sculpted transparent energy powers, all with signature Funko flair! He stands about 3 3/4″ tall and comes in a collector-friendly window box for display.

The Pop! Marvel Nova Prime PX Vinyl Figure is limited to just 30,000 pieces!

Also stay on the lookout for a special PREVIEWS Exclusive Guardians of the Galaxy #7 variant. Comic shops that order enough of these Nova Pops, will be able to snag some of these comics. The cover is by Funko’s Mike Martin that reimagines Nova’s first appearance in The Man Called Nova #1.

PREVIEWS Exclusive Guardians of the Galaxy #7 variant

Note: If you purchase one of the awesome products featured above, we earn a small commission from the retailer. Thank you for your support.

About Funko:

Funko was originally conceived by Mike Becker and founded by Frank Malone as a bobbleheads company in 1998 and sold in 2005 to its CEO, Brian Mariotti, who significantly expanded the firm’s licensed lines. In addition to selling millions of its Wacky Wobblers, Funko has delighted the world with a broad range of playable and collectible merchandise that includes such diverse items as plush, Pop! Vinyl figures, vehicles, mugs, water bottles, key chains, lanyards, USB drives, lamps, and headphones inspired by a vast number of films, TV shows, video games, and more.

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