San Diego Comic-Con is right around the corner and if you’re planning on going plan on seeing these fun exclusive POPs, buy them and be the envy of all your friends!
Doctor Strange – Marvel
With Doctor Strange’s solo film debuting this fall it’s no surprise that we’re finally seeing a Funko portraying his film self! A recent Funko comic version of Doctor Strange recently hit shelves, and we’re still waiting for the announcement of a full line for the film!
Deadpool (Thumbs Up B&W) – Marvel
With Deadpool’s popularity it’s no surprise we see yet another Deadpool variant!
Green Goblin on Glider – Marvel
This one looks to be one of my favorites from this Comic-Con! Walgreens did a Green Goblin exclusive earlier this year that was hard to find, and
Willy Wonka – Violet Beauregarde
This colorful and unique POP really adds to the existing Willy Wonka POPs that are already available! Super cute!
Scott Pilgrim vs the World
Scott Pilgrim vs the World has a pretty big cult following! If you want this three pack you’ll want to get to their booth sooner than later!
Vampire Buffy and Vampire Angel – Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Another show with a huge cult following is the long-running Buffy the Vampire Slayer and it’s sister show Angel. This two pack is awesomely unique!
Burning Walker – The Walking Dead
This nasty looking walker is on fire! The Walking Dead is one of televisions hottest shows, and with so many already existing POPs this burning walker will be a must have for any Walking Dead fans!
Malcolm Merlyn – DC’s Arrow
Another of television’s hottest shows is Arrow, and this POP is a really good looking one! Merlyn has been a constant part of the show, and it’s sometimes hard to see just where his loyalties lie!
Doomsday – DC
Fans were split when Doomsday showed up in the Batman v Superman trailer, but he proved to be pretty amazing on screen! This 6″ super sized POP will most likely be hard to find after Comic-Con!
Superman False God – DC
This statute played a large part in the original trailers for BVS, and had held a really emotional scene in the film. Definitely a unique POP!
Hanna Barbera – Peter Potamus & So-So
These cartoon characters date back to 1964 when they first appeared on television on the The Peter Potamus Show, and will definitely become one of the rarer POPs as fans love to scoop up anything iconic from that era.
Hanna Barbera – Hair Bear Variants
Another short-lived Hanna Barbera cartoon was the Hair Bear Bunch and while we’re getting three variants of the lead, Hair Bear, we have to wonder why his friends Bubi Bear and Square Bear were left out!
Duck Dodgers Glow in the Dark Blue – Looney Tunes
Duck Dodgers Glow in the Dark White- Looney Tunes
Duck Dodgers marks the first Looney Tunes POPs so far. If you’re not familiar with Duck Dodgers google it and watch some old Looney Tunes cartoons, they don’t disappoint! I’m just disappointed we didn’t get a POP of his enemy Marvin the Martian!
Haunted Mansion Ezra – Disney
Haunted Mansion Gus – Disney
Haunted Mansion Hatbox Ghost – Disney
Haunted Mansion Phineas – Disney
The Haunted Mansion is one of Disney’s most iconic rides after it’s opening in 1992. If you’re familiar with the ride you most likely know these ghosts well as three of the four appear at the end of the ride hoping to hitchhike home with you.
Dug the Dog – Disney’s Up
Up has become one of Disney and Pixar’s most popular movies, and Dug the Dog one of it’s most popular characters. Dug is probably best known for his famous line “Squirrel!”
Pajama Jack – Disney’s Nightmare Before Christmas
There are several different variations of Jack Skellington in POP form, and this one does not disappoint. It’s adorable!
Cursed Barbossa (and monkey) – Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean
This is another favorite of mine from this line, the cursed Barbossa and his monkey, Jack, are two of the most unique POPs I’ve seen recently. I’m loving the minis that have started coming out with the regular ones!
Blossom – Powerpuff Girls
Bubbles – Powerpuff Girls
Buttercup – Powerpuff Girls
It’s no surprise that we’re finally getting some Powerpuff Girls POPs! This cartoon has a huge following, and was a staple of the 90s, but when will we get a POP of the fourth lesser known sister Bunny?
Slimer in Ecto-1 – Ghostbusters
Another beautiful surprise is Slimer “rider” POP! Slimer has been a staple of the Ghostbusters franchise since the beginning, it’s no surprise they’re putting him in the forefront of their new film’s marketing.
Marcus Fenix – Gears of War
Gears of War is one of XBox’s most popular games, with it’s original released in 2006, and three sequels since it’s no surprise we have two variants of it’s lead: Fenix.
Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass 4 Pack
With the release of Disney’s sequel Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass it’s no surprise that we’re seeing a four pack of Funko’s Dorbz line representing the characters.
Deadpool – Marvel
There are so many Deadpool variants out there, but his popularity must sell merchandise! This Chef Dorbz variant will likely sell quickly!
Vannelope – Wreck it Ralph
Some of the earliest POPs have become the most collectible because they weren’t produced on mass like they are in the past couple years, This Dorbz Ridez may become a huge collectible!
Wreck it Ralph 3 Pack
Another Dorbz pack from the underrated Disney film, Wreck it Ralph, features our two heroes Felix and Ralph and the villain Turbo.
Batman Returns 3 Pack
Tim Burton’s Batman and Batman Returns will always remain truly iconic! This three pack of Dorbz figures features the hero Batman and the two villains Catwoman and Penguin. With the popularity of this film, and Batman in general, this will most likely be one of the most sought after collectibles at the Con!
Huckleberry Hound – Hanna Barbera
Another throw back to the Hanna Barbera decade of cartoons is this Huckleberry Hound Dorbz. The Huckleberry Hound show started airing in 1958 and was the first cartoon to win an Emmy!
Funko has become one of the leading toy and collector companies in recent years. Their success is in the wide variety of licensing they’ve been able to get a hold of. It’s pretty hard to find something that hasn’t been Funko-ized!
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