Funko is always looking for ways to expand their collectible empire, and thanks to the success of their Rock Candy line of figures, they've given a similar makeover to their Wacky Wobblers line.
The line is now just called Wobblers and features a much bolder and animated visual style than the original series. The new line is getting expanded yet again with new characters from both DC Comics and DC film. The new set will include a Suicide Squad Harley Quinn, who's sporting her favorite baseball bat. The eyes are almost an anime style, with red and blue coloring around the eyes, and her pigtails feature the red and blue highlights seen in the film (via ActionFigureInsider).
Next up is Batgirl, based on her newer Batgirl of Burnside costume redesign. She's rocking a sly smile with Batarangs in both hands. The set also features two versions of Batman, with the regular version being the 1970's style version with the bright blue, silver, and yellow costume styling. He's armed with a Batarang as well, but you also might find a variant edition that sports the Flashpoint Thomas Wayne costume coloring, black, gray, and red. Thomas Wayne Batman will be a 1 in 6 rarity, so make sure to keep your eyes peeled.
In addition to the DC characters, the line will also see two new Star Wars Wobblers from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The great Darth Vader will make an appearance, with a pose that seems braced to force choke some poor soul. The second entry is the sleek and lethal Death Trooper, who appear at the ready for anything Vader commands. If Wobblers aren't your thing, though, Funko will also be releasing Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Pen Toppers, which feature Darth Vader, an Imperial Death Trooper, a Scarif Stormtrooper, and C2-B5.
You can view more photos of the new additions in the gallery.
Overall the quality fo the Wobblers line has increased substantially, and the new sculpts and visual style is much preferred over the rather generic movie style ones from before. Batman, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Vader, and the Death Tropper will hit shelves sometime this Winter.