Funko Is Living On The Wild Side
This spring Funko is showing their wild side with new POP! Vinyls based on two of the years biggest upcoming films starring animals!
First up we have an all new wave of POP! Vinyls based on Disney’s new ‘live action’ CGI adaptation of ‘The Lion King’! The main wave is comprised of Simba, Scar, Rafiki, Timon, and Pumba! There will also be a number of retailer exclusive Flocked variant figures like Simba (BoxLunch), Rafiki (Funkoshop), Scar (FYE) and Timon (Barnes & Noble). These new POP! Vinyls are expected to his stores in the immediate future, so you’ll want to keep an eye out for these while you’re on the prowl if you just can’t wait to be king!
If you’re looking for something a little more traditionally animated but still unconventional, Funko also has two new POP! Vinyls based on the upcoming stop-motion animated film ‘The Missing Link’! THe only POP!s in this line are of Mr. Link himself, with a regular Mr. Link POP! and a Mr. Link In Suit POP! Vinyl both expected to hit stores in May 2019!
Funko Retailer Exclusives
As always, it wouldn’t be a proper news cycle if we didn’t have some information regarding some awesome new Funko retailer exclusives! This week Funko announced plans for three new exclusives that are heading our way soon! If you’re lucky enough to venture out to the new ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ addition to Disney Park’s when they open later this spring then you’ll have a chance to pick up the exclusive DJ R3X POP! Vinyl while you’re there! Meanwhile, collectors who want to stick a little closer to Earth can pick up the Box Lunch exclusive ‘Wall-E’ Eve (with Boot Plant) POP! Vinyl that is being released in celebration of Earth Day. Finally, we have the new Entertainment Earth exclusive ‘Duck Tales’ Scrooge McDuck (Red Jacket) POP! Vinyl that is available for pre-order now with a release expected for May!
And with that, we bring this week’s Toy News Tuesday to a close! What do you think about the new items announced this week? Do you plan on picking up anything we mentioned in this week’s column? Are there any lines or brands you’d like to see more coverage of? Let us know in the comments section below!