Oh My God the Funko Pop! Exclusives for SDCC Are Amazing

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Hey there, are you headed to San Diego Comic Con? Could you pick me up, erm, all of these?

My (two) Winter Soldier Funkos stare broodingly at me as I write this, perhaps wondering if they’ll have to make room on the desk for new additions. The problem is that I want pretty much all of the SDCC-exclusive toys. The other problem is that I am not going to SDCC. So if you’re going, I’ll slip you $20 and you can buy me a Bodhi, capiche?

Here’re my faves from the new Funko collection. Let’s start with my boy Bodhi Rook because he’s looking great:

HE’S PERFECT!! The goggles!! The costume!! Somehow even his eyebrows are heroic. Please let this be mine.

I’m not crying. It is you who cries.

GO AWAY YOU CREEPY OLD MAN. NO ONE LIKES YOU. NOT EVEN KYLO REN.

Dean Winchester is somewhat fond of his vehicle.

Thank you, Funko, for keeping the Harry Potter resident conspiracy theorist’s unique style intact. I love Luna Lovegood and this is all kinds of wonderful.

Harry’s looking good, too, caught mid-Quidditch. This is the most dynamic Funko I’ve seen.

The Occamy from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is STUNNING. I honestly can’t even remember which scene this beastie was in but I want it on my desk forever. Look at those colors!

Na na na na na na na na ALL OF THE OTHER BATMAN FUNKOS CAN NOW GO HOME.

Buy this one for you friend who loves Twin Peaks or someone that you would like to greatly unsettle.

It’s my man Tony Stark lookin’ chic, from the upcoming film The Invincible Iron Man and Oh Yeah Spider-Manboy’s Here Too.

CLARAAA!

Well, hello. You’re new here, aren’t you?

Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair! Wait, wrong superhero movie. Anyway, this Ares is awesome.

Steve from Stranger Things has had a bad night.

There’s a lot going on here with this Gwenpool, but I’m into all of it.

Buckycap, you say? BUCKY. CAP. FUNKO? Listen it’s practically the law that considering I have two (okay, three, I have three) Winder Soldier Funkos I also need to own the later stage of his evolution into Buckycap. I don’t make the laws.

(PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF STEVE ROGERS SOMEONE SEND THIS TO ME.)

There’s a ton more Funko Pop! SDCC exclusives you can scroll through over at Entertainment Weekly.

(PLEASE.)

(via EW, images: Funko Pop!)

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