Funko Holiday Pops Continue With Elf…And Krampus?

Funko, after Home Alone was announced, is adding to their holiday offerings with two more lines of Pops for all of your holiday decorating needs. One of the lines is one you would have thought they did tons of Pops for, and the other one that came out of left-field. At least for me.

Elf

"The best way to spread Christmas Cheer, is singing loud for all to hear."

A new wave of Pop! vinyl is coming from the classic holiday film Elf!

This series features the department store elf Jovie; a new version of
Buddy the elf, holding a bottle of syrup; and his Papa elf!

Look for the Buddy chase piece,
holding a jack-in-the-box – a 1-in-6 rarity!

While they did a Buddy already, it pales in comparison to these. Buddy gets three Pops here: a regular release, a chase version holding a jack-in-the-box, and a Box Lunch exclusive version with snowballs. Jovie and Papa Elf also join the party. And then as a tribute to one of the most adorable movie-moments of all-time with a Pop of Narwhal. That one is exclusive to Toys R Us.

Krampus

It's the most wonderful time of the year –
until the half-goat, half-demon known
as Krampus comes to your door!
Krampus will punish those who have lost the holiday spirit.

Krampus the festive demon is now receiving the Pop! vinyl treatment.

Look for the chase version of Krampus, featured in red.
A rarity of 1-in-6!

Only at Hot Topic, find flocked Krampus with snow flocked chase!
A rarity of 1-in-6.

Look for the frozen version of Krampus, only at FYE.

Talk about out of the blue. When I first saw this one, I was flabbergasted. While I confess the only thing I know about Krampus I learned from the film from a couple years ago, he didn't look like that in the film at all. And I mean that in a good way! As a horror fan, this sculpt will be perfect in my holiday displays. He is so gnarly looking, I am pretty head over heels in love with the frozen FYE exclusive. I will probably skip the flocked versions on this one though, those do not interest me.

Look for these all on store shelves this fall.

About Jeremy Konrad

Jeremy Konrad has written about collectibles and film for almost ten years. He has a deep and vast knowledge of both. He resides in Ohio with his family.

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