Funko is back with its fourth series of horror-themed Pops, and its very first foray into that realm with the cuter line of Dorbz.
With San Diego Comic-Con rapidly approaching, it's to be expected all the big companies will have new announcements. Funko, however, has so many new products coming that it's just rolling out the new products on what feels like an almost daily basis.
First up, the Pop! Horror series 4 will include Carrie in her bloody prom dress, Norman Bates from Psycho, Tiffany from Bride of Chucky and Annabelle the possessed doll from The Conjuring. There will be a bloody version of Tiffany for you to chase that will be limited to 1-in-6.
FYE will also have an exclusive black and white version of Norman Bates for the completists.
On the Dorbz side of things, the horror is cuter rather than horrific. You'll be able to choose from Bettlejuice, Pennywise from IT and Jack Torrence from The Shining. There will be a frozen variant of Torrence available at a ratio of 1-in-6.
As for exclusives, there will be a version of Gizmo from Gremlins you can find at Hot Topic while Books-A-Million will have a plaid shirt version of Bettlejuice.
The Dorbz will begin hitting shelves in September.
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