Things We Saw Today: Yesssss, There Will Be An Antiope Funko Pop!
Funko have shared images from their latest line of Wonder Woman Pop!s and Dorbz – and this time, Antiope is included!
BRB, pre-ordering 800 of these to line my room.
Previously, Funko released Wonder Woman Pop! figures for Queen Hippolyta, Steve Trevor, and a number of iterations of Diana. For this upcoming collection, we’ll get Pop! figures of Antiope, Etta, and cape-wearing Diana, as well as a super-adorable Dorbz of Diana riding her horse. The figures should be available in November. You can read all the details, and see photos, at the Funko blog. (via CBR)
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(Featured images via Warner Brothers Studios and DC Entertainment, and the Funko blog)
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