Because this year’s Comic-Con has been canceled, companies still want to give people stuck at home the “Comic-Con feel.” And for the third Funko Virtual Con, the company famous for its Funko Pop vinyl figures has revealed what exclusive Pops are coming this year. Here’s what to expect from both the event and what exclusive Pops are on the way, including those from Star Wars, Dragon Ball, and other beloved franchises.
In order to get these, there’s no convention floor to run through in order to get to the Funko booth buried in the back corner of the hall near Artist’s Alley. Because this is a virtual event, you’ll more than likely have to sit in a virtual waiting room. As of this writing, there is no indication of how to get these Pop figures, as the official Funko blog states, “More information will be added as updates are available.”
29 exclusive Pop figures will be available for Funko Virtual Con, which will happen July 19-25, which overlaps with the official Comic-Con At Home event on July 22-26. As you can see above, characters from movies, TV shows, anime, video games, and more are represented.
Who doesn’t want to own Mr. Freeze from the classic Batman & Robin? If you’re a superfan of the fast-food chain Jack in the Box, you can proudly display its giant-head mascot on your desk, preferably standing on a beat-up Ronald McDonald Pop.
Exclusive Funko Pops For Comic-Con 2020
The real winner from this massive reveal is another Pop from The Office. It’s Dwight Schrute as Recyclops from a cold open of a single episode. And believe it or not, this is the second Recyclops Pop.
Funko isn’t the only company delivering some great exclusive figures for the upcoming Comic-Con season. Mattel has revealed two amazing exclusive toys: WWE Elite Collection Mr. T and a very amazing Jurassic Park Dennis Nedry toy that fits inside a shaving cream can.
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