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

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Pop! TV: Bravest Warrior – Catbug Orange Glow

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Pop! TV: Battlestar Classic – Commander Cylon

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Pop! TV: Doctor Who – Tenth Doctor in Spacesuit

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Pop! Hanna Barbera: Series 2 – Ricochet Rabbit Yellow

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ReAction: Universal Monsters – Black & White The Wolf Man

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Vinyl Idolz: The Walking Dead – Bloody Daryl

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Dorbz XL: Batman Arkham Asylum – Detective Mode

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Hikari: Star Wars – Platinum Greedo

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Pop! Disney: Jack with Vampire Teddy

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Pop! Books: Patina Cthulhu

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Pop! Rides: Deadpool’s Red Chimichanga Truck

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

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Pop! Movies: Despicable Me 2 – Glow Hula Minion

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ReAction: Universal Monsters – Black & White Frankenstein

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Marvel Dorbz: Stealth Armor Iron Man

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Hikari: Star Wars – Clear Glitter Boba Fett

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Pop! TV: Sesame Street – Flocked Cookie Monster

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Pop! Hanna Barbera: Series 2 – Ricochet Rabbit Pink

richocet rabbit pink

Pop! Games: Fallout – Power Armor (Unmasked)

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Pop! Disney – Cars: Mint Condition Mater

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

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Marvel Dorbz: Thunderbolt Punisher

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Vinyl Idolz: Shaun of the Dead – Bloody Alive Ed

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Vinyl Idolz Shaun of the Dead – Bloody Shaun

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Hikari: Star Wars – Starfield Bossk

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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.

via FUNKO

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