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Funko Goes Heavy on Video Games and Cartoons

by Sean P. Aune | October 20, 2018October 20, 2018 9:30 am PST

Video games and cartoons seem to be the theme this week as we dive into all of Funko’s latest announcements!

Kingdom Hearts III is getting the usual full battery of products with Pop! Pens, Pop! Keychains, and, of course, Pop! figures.

And, yes, there will be exclusives.

  • Sora in drive form is available as a Pop! Best Buy exclusive.
  • Sora with duel blasters is available as a GameStop exclusive.
  • Sora in Toy Story form is available as a Hot Topic exclusive.

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The Don’t Starve Pop! figures are doing something fun in that each will come with a download code you can use in the game.

  • Wilson and Chester have an exclusive Tesla Coil Lantern download code.
  • Willow and Bernie have an exclusive Fiery Witch’s Hat download code.
  • Wendy and Abigail have an exclusive Mourning Veil download code.
  • Webber and Spider have an exclusive Webber’s Webrolly download code.

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New South Park figures are on the way covering a large chunk of the show’s 22-season history. This collection is a bit all over the place, and we love it for that.

Mr. Garrison will be a specialty store exclusive.

Wrapping things up, Disney Afternoon action figures will see four new friends joining in on the fun.

Black Panther and Aquaman are both getting Vynl 2-packs.

Overall, a big week, but aren’t they all?


Sean P. Aune

Sean P. Aune has been a professional technology blogger since July 2007, but his love of tech dates back to at least 1976 when his parents bought...

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