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This My Hero Academia Funko Pop of All Might Just Returned From the Market With Camouflaged Froppy!

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With NYCC gearing up to start this week, Funko is hosting its own virtual event where we can expect to see all kinds of new reasons to put our wallets to good use. Such is the case with these new My Hero Academia Funko Pops that are set to release on the first day of NYCC because Funko continues to force me to go beyond in my collecting.

My Hero Academia is a series where characters come equipped with a couple of different looks, as is the case when you have hopeful youths attending a hero academy that teaches them how to be pros, right down to their costumes. While both All Might and my girl, Froppy, already have Funko Pops available, these two variants are a fantastic addition to my growing need to own as much My Hero Academia merchandise as possible.

All Might Froppy

First up is All Might, who is fresh into his retirement and ready to be the teacher who brings his students snacks and (hopefully) good advice. Fans will remember this version of All Might from when he tried to buy food from the market, but had everyone handing it to him for free (along with the umbrella) because he’s frickin’ ALL MIGHT, everyone’s beloved number one hero – even if he’s done doing hero work.

Next is Tsuyu Asui, Tsu to her friends and Froppy when she’s doing hero work. Her new Fuko Pop has her in her camouflaged form. While she doesn’t become completely invisible when she does this, she is able to match the temperature and color of her surroundings. While I can’t guarantee that this Funko will blend in with its surroundings, I’d be careful where you put it, just in case.

Both All Might and Tsu will be on sale over on Funko’s website on 10/7 at 9 AM PST. There is no lottery with these releases, as Funko will be opening its full NYCC 2021 lineup to the general public starting at 9 AM PST on 10/7!

In order to provide the best virtual convention experience to our Funatics, and to give as many fans as possible an opportunity to get exclusives, we are not holding a lottery. Instead, we are opening our full NYCC 2021 line up to the general public on October 7th at 9am PT. Please note that inventory quantities for some items may be extremely limited, and units will sell out quickly to fans (not bots!).

Additionally, we have made website enhancements and will be utilizing our new waiting room feature. Our waiting room is set up ahead of the event and lets fans in to shop in a first in, first out basis. You may notice your wait time may vary while in queue, wait times can vary depending on active on-site traffic.

While shopping the event, there will be a limit of up to 1 of each item per household. Please note, as you shop, inventory is validated throughout the checkout process and is not reserved until checkout is complete. Once you start to check out, you may see a secondary queue with your items listed on the waiting page. Our secondary waiting room is also first in, first out, and while others ahead of you in line complete their checkout, you may have an item update to out of stock when it is your turn to checkout.

If you miss out on All Might and Tsu on 10/7, they will be available at their respective retailers on 10/8 starting at 6 AM PST. All Might will be available through Entertainment Earth and Tsu will be available through Hot Topic.

(Image: © K. Horikoshi/Shueisha, My Hero Academia Project/Funko)

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Briana Lawrence
Briana (she/her - bisexual) is trying her best to cosplay as a responsible adult. Her writing tends to focus on the importance of representation, whether it’s through her multiple book series or the pieces she writes. After de-transforming from her magical girl state, she indulges in an ever-growing pile of manga, marathons too much anime, and dedicates an embarrassing amount of time to her Animal Crossing pumpkin patch (it's Halloween forever, deal with it Nook)