In the newest wave of Funko collectibles ahead of San Diego Comic Con, the popular pop culture-based toy company released first looks at figures based on properties owned by Warner Brothers. For the last couple of weeks, Funko has been pulling the curtain back on first looks for exclusive merchandise that will be available to those going to SDCC from July 20th to July 23rd. Each wave has been broken down by different properties and genres, as we've already seen the lineups for groups such as Star Wars, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Marvel and DC.
Today, fans got their first look at the Funko exclusives for a group of Warner Brothers films and shows, specifically the Harry Potter series, Lord of the Rings, The 100, and Supernatural. These figures will be sold at the Funko booth of San Diego Comic Con, though there are no specific details available at this time regarding pre-orders and pricing.
Funko revealed the images [which you can view in the gallery below] of the toys, including two Harry Potter figures from the main series and one from spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Harry himself is featured riding a broom, while fan favorite supporting character Luna Lovegood has a pair of enchanted Spectrespecs that she wore in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. From Fantastic Beasts comes a six inch version of the blue, winged Occamy creature that Newt Scamander has in his collection of beasts.
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The Lord of the Rings figures come in a two pack featuring romantic interests Aragorn and Arwen. The future King of Gondor Aragorn is dressed in the traditional Ranger garb that he wears throughout the majority of the series, while Arwen is wearing the tactical outfit she dons while rescuing Frodo from the Nazgul in The Fellowship of the Ring.
The CW sensation The 100 is represented by featured character Lincoln as one of the cannibal Reapers, with beady red eyes and wrapped up in chains. The much-longer running Supernatural has Jensen Ackles' Dean Winchester cruising along in his 1967 Chevrolet Impala, also known as his "Baby."
Funko has gained quite the notoriety with their series, as the collectibles make a nice addition to any home or desk. Their collection features hundreds of different pop culture icons, growing more and more as the years go on and the brand gets bigger.
Keep checking Screen Rant for more information on the Funko Pop figures, including the exclusives from San Diego Comic Con.