Rogue One Funko Pops: K-2SO, Chirrut, Jyn, and More

Of course, we love Star Wars, and with Rogue One out, we now love it even more. FunKo has released Rogue One: A Star Wars Story FunKo pops as expected, and they’re absolutely brilliant. They are definitely enticing all of us to fall even further into our obsession with characters such as Darth Vader — and inviting us to feel the same for the many new characters that Rogue One introduces. Included in the fantastic vinyl bobble head figure collection is the much sought after Darth Vader, Captain Cassian Andor, Imperial Death Trooper, C2-B5, Baze Malbus, Jyn Erso, Scarif Stormtrooper, K-2SO, Chirrut Imwe, and Director Orson Krennic.

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The 2016 FunKo Pop Star Wars Rogue One figures are marked as their own collection, but they are still numbered as part of the entire FunKo Pop Star Wars line, starting with Jyn Erso as #138.  Each figure stands at 3 3/4 inches tall, the weight will vary dependent on which figure you get, but they weigh close to 6 ounces. Each one comes in a window display box as per usual. The figures are quite detailed, in typical Funko fashion. The clothes and hairstyles of each figure are spot-on.  Take The Imperial Death Trooper, for example: mostly glossy black, looking clean and well painted. The barrel of the gun is grey and the light accents are red which do well at separating the solid black coloring.  The green eye area with the green lower part of the mask looks very cool, too. The rest of the bobblehead figures are designed just as well. Surprisingly, they’re debuting as add-on items for Amazon Prime, which makes them super cheap, starting at $3.30 each.

Price: $3.30-$10.99

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