Back in February at New York Toy Fair, Funko unveiled a Pop figure featuring Stan Lee in his cameo character from Marvel's 2017 film Thor: Ragnarok. Lee played a jittery barber that was tasked with "processing" Thor before entering the Grandmaster's gladiatorial ring. He had cybernetic arms with spinning blade hands - kind of like a futuristic and elderly Edward Scissorhands. However, he managed to give the God of Thunder a pretty stylish short haircut that he wore for the rest of the film.
Today Funko updated the Pop figure with the glamour shot featured above. The timing is right because the Stan Lee Thor: Ragnarok Pop figure is getting close to release in July. If you haven't pre-ordered yet, you can reserve one here at Entertainment Earth and here on Amazon for $10.99. The Stan Lee Pop was launched alongside an Avengers: Endgame Valkyrie on Horse Pop Ride figure which is also slated for release in July. Pre-orders for that figure are available here on Amazon for $29.99.
In other Disney-related Funko news, Funko recently launched a new wave of Pop figures based on the Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian. There are four new Pop figures in all, and three of them feature The Child (aka Baby Yoda) with Moff Gideon rounding out the list. A complete breakdown of the new figures can be found below along with links where they can be pre-ordered.
- Star Wars: The Mandalorian and Child Pop! Vinyl Television Moment: Pre-Order on Amazon ($29.99 / 10% off - Launches in September)
- Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Child with Frog Pop! Vinyl Figure: Pre-Order on Amazon ($8.78 / 20% off - Launches in August)
- Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Child with Cup Pop! Vinyl Figure: Pre-Order on Amazon ($8.78 / 20% off - Launches in August)
- The Mandalorian Moff Gideon Pop! Vinyl Figure: Pre-Order on Amazon ($8.78 / 20% off - Launches in August)
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