Funko’s new Marvel and Overwatch figures coming soon

Last week, New York Comic Con exclusives were on Funko collector’s minds. However, the toy company also used the show as an opportunity to debut upcoming collectibles. Announcements included new entries in Funko’s Marvel and Overwatch product lines.

A collection of Overwatch Mystery Minis was announced that includes 10 of the game’s original heroes (left), as well as four new Pop! Vinyl figures showcasing some of the game’s newest combatants. The Mystery Minis, Baptiste Funko Pop! and B.O.B. Funko Pop! can be pre-ordered now at Entertainment Earth with a prospective ship date of January 2020. Golden B.O.B. Pop! Vinyl is a Walmart exclusive, while leopard Doomfist can be found at Target.

Funko’s Marvel announcements fall into the comics publisher’s 80 Years celebratory collection and include first appearance looks for Scarlet Witch (top left) and Black Widow (top right). First appearance Scarlet Witch and Black Widow Funko Pop! Vinyl are available at Entertainment Earth for $10.99 each. They’re scheduled to ship in December.

The announcement also includes three retailer exclusives. Box Lunch will carry a metallic version of Deadpool based off the character’s first appearance, while Kingpin will also get the classic treatment in a Pop! Vinyl exclusive to smaller Funko retailers (for example, ask your local comic shop about availability). Iron Man’s Mk. 39 armor, seen in the 2013 film Iron Man 3, is a glow-in-the-dark figure exclusive to retail distributor AAA Anime.

The item can’t be purchased directly from AAA Anime, but the distributor’s products can be found at online retailers Archonia and Shumi, among others you may be able to find around the Internet.


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