Funko memorializes two classic 1980s comedies with figures from Animal House, and Stripes. The collectibles include two versions of John “Bluto” Blutarsky, along with John Winger, Russell Ziskey, and Dewey “Ox” Oxberger. Both the Animal House Pops and Stripes Pops figures drop 5/2020. That’s the fact, Jack.
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Celebrate Halloween with one of the most iconic characters of the season, Tom Hanks’ incredibly memorably SNL creation David S. Pumpkins, along with his glow-in-the-dark B-boy skeleton crew. All three figures are ready to scare the hell out of you in this limited edition set from Funko. Any questions?
Give yourself a cheap thrill with your very own MTV Video Music Award, inspired by the iconic moon man seen on the very first moments of MTV’s existence, and later on VMA trophies. Naturally, the Funko POP! version has a disproportionately large head, but it still looks awesome.
Inspired by the vintage fortune telling machine in the 1988 movie Big, this 6-inch figure is one of the cooler Funko POP! designs we’ve seen in a while, and sure to be a classic. There’s also a figure of Tom Hanks on the giant piano at FAO Schwartz. Drops 9/30/2019.
Christmas may be a long way off, but it’s never too early to get a jump on shopping. Here’s the perfect pre-holiday gift for Marvel fans – an advent calendar that features a different Funko Pocket POP! figure for each of the 24 days leading up to the big day. Drops 9/15/2019.
Funko will soon offer POP! vinyl figures based on Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, Brian May, and John Deacon. Freddie gets three outfits – a harlequin jumpsuit, his 1986 Wembley Stadium look, and a FYE exclusive shirtless look based on their 1982 Madison Square Garden shows.
Funko is releasing a line of breakfast cereals called FunkO’s. Each cereal will come with sweet box art and a Pop! figure of the themed character. The first batch of FunkO’s will be available 7/2018 in a variety of stores, including GameStop, Hot Topic and FYE.
Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die. Funko just dropped a bunch of new POP! collectibles, including versions of Inigo, Buttercup, and Westley, plus a rare Dread Pirate Roberts version. Now when can we have a giant-sized Fezzik POP!?
“I’m sorry. You ate my cat.” Funko’s upcoming Supercute Plushie set will let you pet (or kick the crap out of) Dart the demodog without fear. Stranger Things’ ode to Gremlins is depicted as three nesting dolls: a 1″ pollywog, a 2″ slug and a 9″ demodog.
Rick and Morty’s Chief Science Officer recently assumed his greatest form yet – Pickle Rick. Now you can have this seemingly innocuous, but actually deadly Rick in Funko POP! form. Comes with drill hands or a laser cannon. Pre-order now for delivery starting 1/2018.
This summer’s hit Spider-Man flick gets the Funko POP! treatment with big-head versions of Spidey in his homemade suit, his upgraded suit, with headphones, and as plain old Peter Parker. There’s also a cool winged Vulture, and a bespectacled Tony Stark in his kitty shirt.
ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES JACK A DULL BOY. Time to get out the toys and hope that you don’t lose your mind. These awesome POP! figures of Wendy, Danny, and an axe-wielding Jack Torrance should do the trick just fine. We only wish the Danny figure came on a tricycle.
With new episodes of to David Lynch’s cult classic headed to Showtime this spring, it only makes sense that we’d get some sweet merch, in the form of big-headed Pop! and normal-headed action figures based on the show’s quirky cast of characters. Available later in 2017.
Our favorite dysfunctional cartoon family gets the Funko POP! treatment, with big-headed versions of the entire Belcher clan: Bob and his rare and exotic moustache, Linda (All-riiiiight!), Louise with innocent pink bunny ears, Tina (Butts!), and Gene and his Casio.
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