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I know the official rule is “don’t touch Lola”, but when it’s this version, how can you not? Funko nails it once again by making a Pop! version of Agent Coulson’s beloved red 1962 Chevrolet Corvette convertible.

You should know that, while Coulson is packaged with this mini Lola, you can actually put any of the 3 3/4-inch Pop! vinyls behind the wheel. I want to see a version with both Peggy Carter and Black Widow driving.

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Funko’s quest to take over your toy shelf continues with a new line of Pop!s for Monty Python and the Holy Grail. I’m especially fond of Tim the Enchanter’s mini rabbit, sans visible big pointy teeth, and the Black Knight with all of his limbs (I suspect a variant without them is a foregone conclusion).

See them all after the break.

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Brace yourselves, Sherlock fans, the adorbz have come for the Sherlock cast. They have Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock spot on, right down to the tousled hair and the scarf! Martin Freeman’s Watson is stoically stoic, Moriarty’s devilish, Irene’s cool and calculating, and Mycroft is perfectly Mycroft.

See them all after the break.

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There’s more Pop! Vinyl cuteness from Funko in the form of BioShock Infinite and Batman: Arkham Knight.

New Batman: Arkham Knight Pop!s are available for Scarecrow, Harley Quinn, Batman, and Arkham Knight. BioShock Infinite has Booker DeWitt (both with and without the Skyhook), Elizabeth, Big Daddy, and Little Sister.

I’ll admit, the Little Sister freaks me out.

Get a closer look after the break.

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Okay, Funko. That’s it. I’m at my wits end. Month after month, you release new Pop!s that I find adorable and want/need/must have –– but this is too far. Rocky Horror? You had to make Pop!s of one of the most awesome parts of my teens and you made all six of them so perfect that I need them all?

Not to mention, they’re on pre-order until September so I have to deal with the antici…..


I love and hate you.

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There are so many wonderful Funko Pop! figures, but until now, none of them have come with a MultiPass. The company has just announced a line of The Fifth Element figures that includes two versions of Leeloo, Korben Dallas, Zorg, a Mangalore, and Diva Plavalaguna. We can only hope that Ruby Rhod will be added soon.

The figures will be available starting this October.

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Batman v Superman merch is starting to trickle in. Not surprisingly, the first two examples come from Lego and Funko.

The Lego Batmobile pictured above made its debut in the Wall Street Journal and is set to be on display at SDCC. The DC Super Heroes New Batmobile set will include 306 pieces, two stud shooters, opening doors, a new Batman outfit, two additional unnamed characters, and an additional vehicle for $29.99. It’s set go go on sale January 1st.

See Also: See Inside The New Batmobile From Batman V. Superman

Funko has also revealed their vinyl figures of Batman and Superman and they’re predictably adorable. You won’t have to wait to get your hands on these two as they’ll be on sale at SDCC with pricing not yet announced.

See the Funko figures after the break.

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The latest in a long line of Funko Comic-Con exclusives is delightfully ridiculous. Jaws chomping on a bloody Quint is wholesome fun for kids at bath time.

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Talk about a “take all my money” kind of collectible, Funko just debuted their Supernatural Mystery Minis mini-figures and I want them all, especially the Demon Dean and Abbadon. As Felicia Day noted, there’s even a LARPing Charlie!

Each figure measures approximately 2 1/2-inches tall and they’re blind-boxed mini-figures so the item selection is random, but I’m not sure how having more than one of any of this figures could be a bad thing. They’re so frickin’ cute.

Take a closer look after the break.

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I know the first rule of Fight Club is that we don’t talk about Fight Club, but when Chuck Palahniuk himself tweets out the new Funko Fight Club ReAction 3 3/4-Inch Retro action figures, I think that rule can be broken.

Your favorite characters are here: a shirtless Tyler Durden, Tyler Durden in his signature jacket, The Narrator, and Marla Singer. I’m sure Tyler would appreciate the irony of becoming merchandise.

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