Funko is celebrating the Christmas season early in August, with the launch of a new festive Marvel Pop figures and Pint Size Heroes some of them even appropriately decorated in a ugly Christmas sweater, with an additional Mariah Carey Christmas album Pop, for eager customers.
Their new Marvel holiday Pop lineup have popular heroes sporting their best Christmas cheer, like Deadpool with twin candy canes, Spider-Man wearing a traditional ugly Christmas sweater, a Groot Christmas tree, and even an Evil Sweater Thanos, for those looking for a more villainous piece, especially following the success of Infinity War.
The products are now available for pre-ordering via Entertainment Earth, with the whole Marvel Holiday Funko Pops and Pint Size Heroes ranges available for customers, with shipping scheduled for some time in November.
These new ranges are only a few of their latest products made in association with Marvel, as they’re also releasing a new product line as part of Marvel Studios’ “The First Ten Years” celebrations. These new, limited edition Pop figures commemorate the studio’s first decade, led by special figures made distinct by their shiny, gold chrome aesthetic. Currently, it’s only at its first wave, with Star-Lord as the lone exclusive for the range’s first set of figures, all available for purchase at BoxLunch while supplies are still available.
The rest of the Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary Funko Pop lineup is also available for purchase at Entertainment Earth’s website, which include Dancing Groot, Iron Man, Loki, and others, all shining in golden chrome colors in commemoration.
Funko is also releasing its Movie Moments Pop figure line, which include the final battle between Captain America and the Red Skull in Captain America: The First Avenger, which will be joining the Marvel Studio’s The First Ten Years line.
The Cap vs. Red Skull Movie Moments Pop figure is already available for pre-order, also from Entertainment Earth, with shipping set for some time in September. The product’s official description describes it as the commemoration of one of Marvel’s most memorable cinematic battles, with each figure clocking in at about 3 3/4 inches sitting atop a base, packaged in a window display box.