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San Diego Comic Con Funko Conan Pop! Designs Unveiled

This year’s San Diego Comic Con Funko Conan Pop! designs have been unveiled. They include Conan as John Snow, Iron Man, Pennywise, and Woody from Toy Story. A different Funko Pop! will be given out for free to audience members who attend the Conan tapings during the convention.

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Funko Pop! Deluxe: Star Wars – Millennium Falcon with Han Solo Amazon Exclusive

This Funko Pop! Deluxe recreates the Millenium Falcon in stunning detail, and features Han Solo at the helm of the iconic ship. This item will surely become the center piece of your Funko Pop! Star Wars collection! The figure measures 5.5″ tall, is 10.5″ wide and 13.25″ long and comes in a window box display.

The Funko Pop! Deluxe: Star Wars – Millennium Falcon with Han Solo can only be ordered from Amazon and the cost is $65. It will be released on October 21, 2019.

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San Diego Comic Con Funko Exclusive UP Carl & Ellie 2-Pack Pop!

One of my all-time favorite Pixar couples in Carl & Ellie from the film UP. Funko has captured the adorable pair when they were youngsters in this exclusive set.

This adorable UP Carl & Ellie 2-Pack Pop! will be available at the Funko booth at San Diego Comic Con. In order to gain access to the Funko booth, you will need to win the Online Exclusives Portal Lottery, so fingers crossed!

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Funko Announces 2019 Marvel Holiday Pop! Figures

Deck the halls and fill the stockings with these 2019 Marvel Holiday Pop! figures arriving soon in stores. 

Take your pick from Apron wearing Deadpool with turkey in hand, Captain America Snowman, Ugly Sweater wearing Thanos, gun toting Rocket on a snowmobile or Baby Groot decorated like a Christmas tree.

   

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2019 SDCC Reveals: Funko & San Diego Comic-Con

Celebrate Comic-Con 2019 and Funko’s Freaky Tiki Fundays theme with the Comic-Con Toucan as a Comic-Con exclusive Pop! Ad Icon and Pop! PEZ.

Also celebrate your favorite DC Superhero with the San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Pop! Batman with an SDCC bag!

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Batman Light-Up Bat Signal 80th Anniversary Pop! Movie Moment

When the streets of Gotham need protecting, Jim Gordon lights the Bat Signal! Call in the Dark Knight with this Batman Light-Up Bat Signal 80th Anniversary Pop! Movie Moment based on the 2005 film, Batman Begins.

Comes packaged in a window display box. Requires 3x 1.5v “LR44” batteries (included).

Coming in September 2019. Pre-order HERE.

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Coming Soon: Pop! Marvel’s 80th Anniversary Namor & Human Torch Pop! Figures

Celebrate 80 glorious years of Marvel Comics with Pop! figures commemorating the first appearance of classic Super Heroes and Super Villains. Pop! Namor the Sub-Mariner first appeared in April 1939. Pop! Human Torch, also known as Jim Hammond, made his comic book debut in 1939.

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Funko Batman 80th Anniversary – 50’s Batmobile Pop! Ride

Get excited Funko fans because everyone’s favorite caped crusader is turning 80, and to celebrate, Funko has announced a wave of awesome Batman 80th Anniversary Pop! Vinyl Figures!

Pop! goes the Batmobile! The Caped Crusader’s iconic ride can now be yours in this terrific Batman 1950 Batmobile 80th Anniversary Pop! Vinyl Vehicle celebrating eight decades of Bat-fun. It measures approximately 3 3/4-inches tall and comes packaged in a window display box.

Add him to your Funko collection today! Pre-order HERE for $29.99.

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Funko Announces The Police: Pop! Rocks Figures

Every breath you take, every move you make, every bond you break, every step you take these Pop! British rockers will be watching you. Lead vocalist and bass guitarist Sting, guitarist Andy Summers and percussionist Stewart Copeland are ready to fill your house with the sweet, sweet sounds of the Second British Invasion. 

Pop! Rocks – The Police will hit shops in June.

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Funko Plans To Open Giant Toy Store In Hollywood In 2019

Funko, the ubiquitous pop-culture toy maker has plans to open up a nearly 40,000-square-foot store in Los Angeles later this year.

“So many people are looking for an experience when they shop — not just buying things,” Funko CEO Brian Mariotti told CNN Business in an interview. “This is retail times pop culture.”

Funko CEO Brian Mariotti

Funko is known for its vinyl figures that are based on popular movie, TV and comic book characters. It also reproduces real life athletes. The company has licenses with most big studios, including Disney (DIS) for its Marvel, Pixar and Star Wars characters, Warner Bros. for the DC Comics and Harry Potter franchises as well as Pokémon.

The LA store will be located on Hollywood Boulevard, not far from the famous TCL Chinese Theatre. It will neighbor a Shake Shack and SoulCycle — in other words, trendy. Mariotti said the company is targeting both tourists and local residents.

Funko already runs a retail outlet at its corporate headquarters in Everett, Washington. Mariotti said that when the company opened that store up, he thought it would be a hit with pop culture enthusiasts and Funko employees. The store wound up exceeding those expectations.

Mariotti said moms with young kids are big fans. Many customers are repeat visitors, too. That proved to Funko that it might be a good idea to set up shops in cities that could attract a mix of local fans and enthusiasts willing to travel to the store.

The new Hollywood location will let customers pose with life-size Funko figures and sit in a toy version of the Batmobile, he said.

He added that the company was still working with the building developer and local officials in Los Angeles, so the store won’t be ready for a while. But he hopes to open it in time for Halloween. Parts of the store are being built in Washington and shipped down to California.

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