Funko has built quite an empire on its POP foundations, and after that line met success they introduced the POP and Dorbz Rides line, which features the adorable figures in their most iconic vehicles.
The line consists of vehicles like Lola from Agents of SHIELD, the Ghostbusters ECTO-1, and various versions of Batman’s iconic Batmobile. Most of the more known vehicles have already been tackled, which means for the next series Funko can get a little bit experimental with the line, and go for some more niche additions.
In recent years Ted Kord and Jamie Reyes have been quite the inventive duo, but that is mostly because Kord keeps inventing all of this wild tech for Reyes to irritated at. He’s sort of focused on the whole alien armor thing and doesn’t really have time to fly in Kord’s incredibly cool Beetle ship.
The ship is shaped just like Beetle’s namesake and comes with a bevy of features that Reyes will never get to use since he, you know, has the armor. It does help though that it also operates as their mobile headquarters.
It’s a pretty slick ship, and it would be worthy of an addition to the Rides collection.
Of all the heroes to not actually need a vehicle of any sort, Spider-Man sits near the top. The guy web swings from building to building at will, and his agility and spider-sense are a big part of his powers. They don’t really serve too much of a purpose if he has to rely on the controls of a vehicle.
Still, in the “why not” category of vehicles, he enjoys the stylish wheels of his Spider-Mobile from time to time, and it has been featured enough in the books to warrant an inclusion in the POP Rides series.
Of all the campy items in the DC Universe, there are few mores than the Flash’s cosmic treadmill. It’s literally a Nortec of time travel, and it’s so ridiculous that it almost needs to be included in the POP Rides series.
The treadmill would have a spot for a lone Flash POP, and it would have wheels to that it could move to and fro. If you think that’s absurd, well, so is the cosmic treadmill, but that doesn’t stop its existence so it really doesn’t matter does it?
The Green Lanterns Corps is only limited by their imagination, so the possibilities are endless when it comes to vehicles. Still, even when compared to jet planes and giant dinosaurs, nothing is more imposing than a planet, right?
MOGO is not only a Green Lantern himself, but he’s also a literal planet. How cool would it be then to have a spot for a Green Lantern POP atop the planet, with MOGO surrounded by Lantern rings.
Gears Of War Centaur Tank
There isn’t much subtlety in the Gears of War universe, and their vehicles follow suit. Most of their vehicular arsenal consists of big lumbering vehicles like the GrindLift, but there is still a special sleekness to the Gears of War Centaur Tank.
The tank would have a rotatable cannon with a liftable cover so that your chosen POP Cog can sit inside. Having a Lambent or Locust to run over with it would also be ideal, but that would lift the price of the Ride to over the typical $30 price point.
Still, one can dream, right?
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