During Funko's Funkoween in May event last month, Disney launched a new wave of The Haunted Mansion Pop figures that included the Alexander Nitrokoff and Constance Hatchaway Stretching Room portraits, the Maid, and the Organist. Today The Haunted Mansion itself finally got the Funko Pop treatment.
Funko has announced the Disney Parks Haunted Mansion with Butler Pop Town which features the Disneyland version of the mansion. Many fans prefer the Walt Disney World design, but the former has seniority - the attraction celebrated its 50th anniversary last year.
Pre-orders for The Haunted Mansion with Butler Funko Pop Town are live here at Entertainment Earth for $29.99 with shipping slated for September. Pre-orders for the rest of the new Haunted Mansion Pops can also be found at EE, with the exception of the Organist which is a shopDisney exclusive. Pre-orders for that figure haven't gone live yet, but you'll be able to find it here when it happens.
If you missed out on the Funkoween festivities last month, a roundup of the best waves can be found below:
- Funko Halloween Pop Figure Advent Calendar Launches for Funkoween in May Event
- Funko's Child's Play 10-Inch Chucky Pop Figure is Live
- Funko Launches Zombieland Pop Figures for Funkoween
- Funko Releases New Edward Scissorhands Pop Figures for Funkoween
- Funko Launches Halloween Monster Minions Pop Figures for Funkoween
- Funko Adds Corpse Bride Emily and Victor With Scraps Pops for Funkoween
- Disney and Funko Launch Spooky Mickey and Witchy Minnie Pops for Funkoween
- New The Haunted Mansion Disney Funko Pop Figures Are up for Pre-Order
- Disney and Funko Launch a Supermassive The Nightmare Before Christmas Pop Figure Wave for Funkoween
- Funko's Hocus Pocus Flying Sanderson Sisters Disney Pops Launch for Funkoween
- Funko's New Beetlejuice Pops Continue Their Tim Burton Funkoween Love Fest
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