The DC Extended Universe continues to bring some of the most beloved characters into live-action. With that comes quite a bit of merchandise - including Funko's successful line of Pop! figures.
Quite a few DCEU Pop! figures have been made over the years, with expansive lines for films like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad. But even then, there are quite a few characters that haven't gotten a Pop! figure yet - but definitely should.
We thought we'd break down some of the DCEU Pop! figures that we'd definitely like to add to our collection. Click through to the next slide to check out our list.
Suicide Squad had perhaps the most expansive line of Funko products for a DCEU film yet, with plenty of Pop! figures, Mystery Minis, and various other products for the film. But one character was largely missing in action.
The Suicide Squad's ringleader, Amanda Waller (Viola Davis), ended up being a highlight of the divisive film, bringing her no-nonsense attitude to life onscreen. Unfortunately, she did not receive her own Pop! figure or any sort of Funko product - something that could easily be changed.
An Amanda Waller Funko Pop! would easily be a collectors' item for DCEU fans, as well as those who love the character's countless comic appearances. But who knows, maybe she could eventually get the Funko Pop! treatment from Suicide Squad 2 or another future DCEU appearance.prevnext
Another female character who has countless adaptations, but no Funko products, is Lois Lane.
While fans have made their own custom Pop! figures for Lois' various portrayals - such as Smallville and Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman - she has yet to earn an officially licensed figure.
With Lois becoming an increasingly significant 'key' to the DCEU, a Pop! of her big-screen portrayal would be a pretty good place to start. Amy Adams' portrayal of the character has won over many, and is set to make a return appearance in November's Justice League. With the Justice League line already including multiple figures of Diana Prince/Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and Mera (Amber Heard), there's no reason why Lois couldn't join the line at a later point.prevnext
Aside from Lois, another significant character was missing from Funko's Batman v Superman line - Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg).
Granted, he may have been one of the most divisive aspects of BvS, but he certainly was a pivotal one - essentially pulling the strings of many of the film's events. Eisenberg also helped bring to life one of the most visually unique portrayals of Lex, with long hair and a distinct wardrobe.
Like Lois, Funko had held off on making a Lex Pop! figure for quite some time, before including a Mech Suit version of the character in a recent Legion of Collectors box. Now that Lex has entered the Funko world, there's no reason why his big-screen counterpart couldn't join him.prevnext
To the delight of many collectors, Funko has begun to include 'plain clothes' Pop! figures for some of the DCEU's heroes. A special Diana Prince Pop! figure was included in Wonder Woman's first wave, while a Justice League Bruce Wayne Pop! figure was part of Funko's San Diego Comic-Con exclusives.
A perfect way to round out the trio would be for Funko to make a DCEU-inspired Clark Kent Pop! figure. A comic-inspired version of Superman's alter-ego hit Hot Topic shelves last year, and became a coveted item amongst collectors.
A BvS-inspired version of Clark would also be fairly easy to make, especially with Funko already creating a Mystery Mini for the character last year. Or Funko could end up basing it off of some sort of ensemble that Clark could wear in the upcoming Justice League. Either way, it would certainly be a hit amongst fans.prevnext
Wonder Woman's Team
And finally, we think a certain Pop! multipack would be a perfect addition to Funko's Wonder Woman line. With the film captivating audiences everywhere, many of its characters have gotten the well-deserved Funko Pop! treatment.
But a trio of characters - Charlie (Ewen Bremner), Chief (Eugene Brave Rock), and Sameer (Saïd Taghmaoui) - proved to be significant enough to warrant their own figures. The characters grew on many Wonder Woman fans, and used their storylines to depict mental illness and racial diversity.
With that in mind, we can bet that there are quite a few fans who would love a three-pack of these characters. Plus, it would allow those who've collected Wonder Woman's previous figures to assemble their own Pop! version of the team's photograph, which we think would be a pretty awesome display.prevnext