Funko NYCC 2017 Exclusives Part 2: DC Comics And Star Wars! Dengar!

Funko has continued to make announcements regarding their exclusives for this years NYCC. Next up: DC Comics and Star Wars! And the DC includes a new product line that caused the fans when it was announced at Fundays at SDCC this year to lose their minds: 8-bit Pops.

Funko NYCC Exclusive DC 8 Bit Batman

Our 8-Bit Pop! line makes its debut with the iconic Caped Crusader, who also shows up in a shiny black chrome, as well as a new color variant for his 1966 Batmobile in the action figure line!

Batman Classic TV Series Super-Villains come together in a Dorbz 3-pack, and Superman's first appearance is now immortalized in Pop! form too!

That 8-bit Pop looks kinda cool, a little like a LEGO set actually. Where these shine is the Superman #1 Pop. Looks just like the mold from the Classic Superman that came in the Legion of Collectors box earlier this year, but with the golden age "S" shield. That is a must get. The black chrome Batman is ok, I liked the blue one better at SDCC this year. The King Tut Dorbz is pretty awesome, and any version of the Batman 66 Batmobile is always welcome.

The Rogue One Pop! line continues to grow with the addition of K-2SO in an action pose, young Saw Gerrera, a disguised Jyn Erso, and a chrome Death Star Droid!

Bounty hunter collectors rejoice! Dengar is now part of the Pop! family along with the latest Pop! Deluxe – Boba Fett's Slave I!

Finally, our long nightmare is over: we are getting a Dengar Funko Pop. Man, making it an exclusive kinda sucks, but at least it is being made. Lots of fans will be happy with that. Another Star Wars Pop in a ship appears with Boba Fett in Slave One, following Luke in his Landspeeder, Vader in his TIE, etc. And the Rogue One line continues as well, with more variants to existing characters. I am glad we will still be getting Rogue One Pops, it was a great film and deserves more.

No word yet on what Funko exclusives will be shared, if any. We shall keep you posted.

 

 

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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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