Nerd News: New Music Funko Pops on the Way

Over the past few days there have been a few new music based products announced by Funko, and there are some which have instantly hit the ground running, with one very popular one being the Linkin’ Park Hybrid Theory Pop Album, which quite frankly looks amazing. I wasn’t too convinced with this range but actually this one, with the paint job on that pop looks incredible!

This figure is available to pre-order now from pop in a box using the link below for just £14.99 with a release date of 27th January 2021:

Another really popular one which I think a lot of people have been waiting for, especially since Steve Aoki got the pop treatment is this awesome DeadMau5! He’s also available for pre order from pop in a box with the same 27th January release date, but this guy is only £9.99 and is in their 2 for £18.99 offer as well. If you want the glow in the dark version it’s a Funko shop exclusive in the States, with Forbidden Planet getting the UK and Ireland exclusive… Not sure why these sorts of Funko shop exclusives aren’t now going through the Funko Europe shop:

The final set of figures which have been proving pretty popular in their response are a new set of Run DMC figures which come as 3 separate figures and look incredible! Again these are £9.99 each or 2 for £18.99 from pop in a box!

And finally… and I really don’t want to take anything away from the guy but responses have been a bit slower to his release from what i can see than the others which i have mentioned above. or it could just be that I have no idea who he is, but it’s Lewis Capaldi who is also in the £9.99 or 2 for £18.99 from pop in a box:

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