Funko’s Pop! Vinyl toys tend to go one of two ways: either incredibly creepy, or incredibly cute. Someohow, they’ve managed to make a toy of a giant flying ant and make it the cutest thing in the world—and then they slapped Scott Lang’s Ant-Man on top of it, and made it even better.
Earlier this month, ThreeZero revealed they were making some beautiful, 1:6 scale figures based on the post-apocalyptic RPG series Fallout. But if your budget doesn’t quite stretch to “ridiculously cool/expensive toys”, these new figures might just fit the bill: A fraction of the cost, but still completely awesome.
Of all Kaiju, it’s only natural that Godzilla gets the premiere treatment. After all, he’s the most famous, and has long held the title of “King of Kaiju”. That royalty now extends to Funko’s ever-expanding line of vinyl toys, as Godzilla’s is pretty damn fantastic.
Imagine if we lived in a world where, years later, Batman ‘66 was re-imagined by Wallace & Gromit creators Aardman Animation and turned into a stop-motion TV show. Not only that be THE BEST WORLD EVER, but I would imagine that the puppets looked just like these kooky, and slightly creepy, toys.
Sure, the Marvel Legends Phil Coulson had his own giant alien gun to blast people with, but it’s unlikely we’ll ever get to see a Lola in the same scale for him to ride around in. Good job Funko are here to provide their giant-headed Agent Coulson with a flying hot rod to ride then!
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a few months away, but there’s less than a month until its Toys hit shelves across the world—and that means until then, toys will inevitably leak their way onto the internet before release. Here’s your guide to every leak so far, with rolling updates as and when they happen.
The Big Daddies of Bioshock and the word “cute” rarely go hand in hand... until now, apparently. Yes, not even the warped weirdness and Randian politics of the hit Bioshock video games. No gods or kings, only Pops.
I’ve frequently described Funko’s vast range of little Vinyl figures as a force that feels like it’s slowly consuming the entire toy world. Case in point? Our first ever look at merchandise for Batman v Superman, one of the biggest movies of 2016, and it’s of two adorably big-headed, vinyl toys of Batman and Superman.
It’s one of the more terrifying scenes in Spielberg’s thriller that made us all afraid to go in the water, and now kids can re-enact Quint’s death scene from Jaws whenever they want with this new playset from Funko.
Sure, Peggy Carter has been kicking ass and taking names since The First Avenger, but it’s taken her getting a TV show of her own to finally get some merchandise. Some of you may be displeased that it’s another Funko Pop toy, but for now, I’m going to take all the miniature Hayley Atwells I can get.
This week saw the announcement of Fallout 4 — and just in time was the announcement that Funko are continuing to somehow get their hands on every brand around, with new toys based on the franchise. Stop gathering your bottlecaps, because these little guys will be the new way we barter in the nuclear apocalypse.
I mean, after all, it’s a movie about normal people turning into tiny little people punching the everloving crap out of each other. Why not make tiny, cutesy toys out of them? If anything, Funko hasn’t gone far enough in miniaturising Scott Lang and Darren Cross.
The Cavalry is here, in glorious Funko Pop! Form. It's about time someone other than Coulson got the toy treatment, but let's be real: When the hell are we going to get an actual Melinda May action figure?
Despite both being big hits on The CW, it's taken a while for Arrow and The Flash to get some great toys (we're still waiting on that Felicity Smoak from Toy Fair!). Funko are stepping in to fill the void with some new figures based on the shows... but you might want to hold off on being excited for them.
Okay, it's ending may have caused a lot of anger, but on the whole the Battlestar Galactica reboot was pretty great. Its redesign for the Cylons was great, too — but nothing beats the retro-tastic original Cylon design. All the more better then that it's the Classic Battlestar Galactica getting the Funko treatment!
At New York Toy Fair last month we got our first proper look at Funko's line of 6" action figures based on Firefly — but now Funko has released a batch of new promo pictures for the toys offering us a great look at the plastic crew of the Serenity. Ready your "Shiny" jokes!
Funko unveiled a line of Doctor Who toys for their ever-growing, ever-consuming Pop! Vinyl license at New York Toy Fair, but now we can get a full look at the whole line in this slew of promo pictures. Multiple Doctors, and a TARDIS to put them all in! Cybermen! Cute little Daleks! Oh my.
Good news, everyone! (God dammit, me.) We've known for a bit that Funko had absorbed the Futurama franchise into the bulbous mass of its licensing hive mind, as it has with every other property on the planet, but now they've teased a first look at the actual figures. They've got actual noses and everything!
When we first got a good look at Funko's new line of 6" Firefly figures, Browncoats were rightly concerned about a distinct lack of hats included with the Jayne figure - but rejoice, Firefly fans: There'll be a hatted Jayne alongside the rest of the Firefly figures when they hit in a few months. Look how happy he is!
The Arrow we see on television is essentially Batman with a Bow, and we love him for it - but Oliver Queen's stern nature as the archer of undetermined viridian hue is exactly well reflected in this new Funko Pop toy. In fact, he looks pretty damn adorable for a vigilante who goes about sticking arrows in people.