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Funko has much more coming in their chibi-inspired Pop line

7:00 PM on 04.04.2011

I'm not sure if you remember that back in February we brought you first images of a very cute line from toy company Funko called Pop. At the time, we had only seen Star Wars figures, but as of this morning we've discovered a slew of upcoming characters in the chibi-inspired line, including classic horror movie characters, KISS, RUN DMC and Disney. I'm most excited for the Maleficent up top, because she is my favorite Disney character after all.

There are no release dates listed for these characters as of yet, but we'll keep you posted on that once we find out more information. As you can see in the watermark above, the Disney ones will only be available for purchase through and Disney stores and theme parks. I might have to send a scout out in that case, because I have got to have that Maleficent...


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