Funko Funkoween: All the Spooky Reveals in One Place

Funko Funkoween was a nice break from reality to see what will be upon us in the future. Of course this whole reveal was themed around Halloween and Horror. This is not a bad thing as horror fans never have enough collectibles out there and Funko sure delivered. We got some amazing confirmations of some Pop lines teased during the Toys Fairs earlier this year and some new waves entirely. Some of these very pleasant surprises like Zombieland getting their Pop debut and will have a Zombie Bill Murray. Edward Scissorhands will be returning to the Funko Pop game since 2013 with a whole new wave of figures. Other big list reveals were Corpse Bride where both characters from the Tim Burton animated film get Pop-ified. One of my favorite announcements was the Marvel Zombies figures. Not only is there common reveals but the wave is getting retailer exclusives, mystery minis, and some kick ass Funko Pop tees. These figures are the perfect combination of superheroes and horror in a very fun and amazing way.

All of these reveals were very well done and get us excited for the fall. There were a lot of big moves getting new Funko Pops in the future like Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Nightmare Before Christmas, Beetlejuice, The Craft, Scoob, and even Child's Play. From a 10" Chucky to the Chase Mayor from Nightmare Before Christmas there are plenty of things to get excited about. Most of these Funko Funkoween Pop reveals we're common releases and you will be able to pre-order them here. Of course with collecting there are exclusives so check the photo gallery below to find out what figures you need to be in the lookout for. Some retailer exclusive pre-orders are available today but others won't drop till the August and September 2020 release dates. Check out all of the Funko Funkoween Reveals below. What was your favorite reveal for Funkoween?

About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

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