The New York Comic Con is quickly approaching, and for fans of the Funko’s Pop! Vinyls, the company plans to unleash a more Pops than you could possible carry around at one time.

Pop! TV: Futurama – Alternate Universe Fry & Leela 2 Pack


Pop! TV: Bravest Warrior – Catbug Orange Glow


Pop! TV: Battlestar Classic – Commander Cylon


Pop! TV: Doctor Who – Tenth Doctor in Spacesuit


Pop! Hanna Barbera: Series 2 – Ricochet Rabbit Yellow

richochet rabbit

ReAction: Universal Monsters – Black & White The Wolf Man


Vinyl Idolz: The Walking Dead – Bloody Daryl


Dorbz XL: Batman Arkham Asylum – Detective Mode

dorbzxl batman

Hikari: Star Wars – Platinum Greedo


Pop! Disney: Jack with Vampire Teddy

jack skelington

Pop! Books: Patina Cthulhu


Pop! Rides: Deadpool’s Red Chimichanga Truck

deadpool chimmichunga

Pop! Games: God of War – Poseidon’s Rage Kratos


Pop! Movies: Despicable Me 2 – Glow Hula Minion

hulu minion

ReAction: Universal Monsters – Black & White Frankenstein


Marvel Dorbz: Stealth Armor Iron Man


Hikari: Star Wars – Clear Glitter Boba Fett


Pop! TV: Sesame Street – Flocked Cookie Monster

cookie monster

Pop! Hanna Barbera: Series 2 – Ricochet Rabbit Pink

richocet rabbit pink

Pop! Games: Fallout – Power Armor (Unmasked)

fallout power armour

Pop! Disney – Cars: Mint Condition Mater


ReAction: Universal Monsters – Black & White Creature from the Black Lagoon

creature from teh black lagoon

Marvel Dorbz: Thunderbolt Punisher

dorbz punisher

Vinyl Idolz: Shaun of the Dead – Bloody Alive Ed

bloody alive ed

Vinyl Idolz Shaun of the Dead – Bloody Shaun

shaun of the dead

Hikari: Star Wars – Starfield Bossk


All of these will be available at Funko’s booth (#722) at New York Comic Con, October 8-11th. Funko plans to unveil new figures each day leading up to the show, so come back for more.



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Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment. You can follow him on Twitter @MajorSpoilers and tell him your darkest secrets...

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