The past couple of days have seen the announcement of several new Funko Marvel related products. From regular retail product to exclusives, there is a little something for everyone in this batch of announcements.
First if you are a fan of Funko’s Patina offerings, then this group will definitely make you happy. Target stores will be getting Pop! Spider-Man, Pop! Wolverine, Pop! Captain America and Pop! Iron Man Patina colored figures. There was no date announced, but expect them soon.
Funko is bringing even more Marvel 80th anniversary Pops to retail this year with the addition of three new characters. Pop! Scarler Spider AKA Kaine Parker, Pop! Sandman, and Pop! Kraven the Hunter will be coming to a local Walgreens soon!
Next, Funko unveiled an awesome lineup of Marvel Holiday products including new Christmas themed Pops and Pop Pen Toppers. Deck the halls and fill the stockings with a pen topper Rocket, pen topper Groot with a wreath, pen topper Thanos wearing an ugly sweater and pen topper Captain America as a snowman. The regular Pop! figures included Pop! Deadpool, Pop! Thanos, Pop! Captain America, Pop! Rocket and Pop! Groot.
Finally Funko announced a brand new Captain Marvel Pop. This one is based on her costume change in the MCU movie Captain Marvel. If you recall there was a scene in which the character was changing the colors of her uniform so that young Monica Rambeau would smile.
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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.