DC Comics received its share of attention earlier in the week, now it’s time for Pop! Marvel to reap the rewards of Funko’s San Diego Comic-Con reveals.
The company introduced seven new Pop! Marvel figures, as well as new Dorbz and Rock Candy items in yet another busy day of SDCC announcements.
Funko’s Funimation booth is where the action takes place July 19-22 at the San Diego Comic-Con. Look for them at Booth No. 4135.
Pop! Directors: Taika Waititi
Taika Waititi is the latest member of the Pop! Directors fraternity, joining James Wan (Aquaman, 2018) among this year’s SDCC reveals.
Waititi is best known for directing 2017’s “Thor: Ragnarok,” as well as the short film “Two Cars, One Night.”
As for the pineapple outfit? It only seemed natural for Funko to adorn the Academy Award nominee with the same pineapple garb he donned at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con.
You’ll have to be savvy, however. Waititi is limited to 3,000 pieces.
Ant-Man, Valkyrie and Iron Man all receive new renditions, with Iron Man strapping on the original, clunky Mark 1 armor.
Meanwhile, Thor summons Odin’s Force and Deadpool…well…Deadpool is Deadpool with a pink glitter cheerleader ensemble that’s limited to 1,000 pieces.
The highlight of the new Pop! Marvel figures, however, might be the debut of Kraglin from “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”
Dorbz: Marvel – Captain America & Red Skull (2-Pack)
Red Skull makes his Dorbz debut at this summer’s San Diego Comic-Con alongside Captain America, a man who need no introduction to the Dorbz family. Steve Rogers’ alter-ego has six previous Dorbz figures, including a 2016 SDCC exclusive.
Rock Candy: Jessica Jones
Jessica Jones returns to the Pop! Marvel universe, following up her 2017 Pop! with a new Rock Candy figure.
In case you missed it…
Funko has added to its San Diego Comic-Con Dragon Ball Z reveals with a metallic version of Whis.
The Pop! Animation figure is a variant of the original 2017 version of the angel.
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One thought on “Pop! Marvel Highlights Afternoon Of San Diego Comic-Con Reveals”
A lot of these are good pickups or variants. Ant-Man classic is a must have for me.
Biggest negative is the Whis variant; comes across extremely short sighted and lazy. From a series of 30+ years and over 400 unique characters, instead of say Jiren or Kefla, it’s an un-unique model variant on a character released in the same year.
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