If you haven't seen it, you can see it here! The Star Wars Clone Trooper Hikari Sofubi Vinyl Figure is up for grabs now, and is limited to 1,500 pieces. Click here to order yours at Entertainment Earth. A few other versions of this item exist, including a 501st edition and an exquisite (and sold out) dirty penny edition. This figure is due in August for $79.99, and orders ship free in the USA.
A few months ago, Funko announced a crate of various forms of loot - specific to a license - with its Marvel Collector Corps program.
At Funko Fundays late Friday night, Funko's Brian Mariotti announced two expansions to this program. Can you guess what at least one of them is? Well, if you're reading this site, you should probably have figured it out.
Funko posted another update! Matte Black Darth Vader is the next Comic-Con exclusive Hikari Vinyl Figure, and it looks great. It's a limited edition of 1,200 pieces.
Click here to see more announcements at their blog.
Funko updated their blog with San Diego Comic-Con Exclusives: Wave Five! Two Star Wars items appear: Pop! Star Wars: Chrome C-3PO Gold and Hikari: Star Wars - 501st Clone Trooper.
Click here to see them, a new Jaws ReAction figure set, and some more goodies.
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Funko does a lot of exclusives for Comic-Con. I mean, tons - back before the Pop! Vinyl days, they loaded their booth with pop art-inspired and metallic repaints of gorgeous bobble heads. Now they've got other brands, and they do an obscene variety of exclusives like Hikari Vinyl Figures Infrared Boba Fett. There are 1,000, it'll probably be around $80, and best of luck to you all.
Ad: Order yours now! Only 750 of the Star Wars Prism Boba Fett Premium Hikari Sofubi Vinyl Figure will be made, and here's your chance to order one. Click here and pre-order today, he's due in August and can be yours!
Ad: Two new Star Wars Hikari Vinyl Figures are up at Entertainment Earth today! First up: Star Wars Hikari Grey Skull Wampa. Limited to 250 pieces, this exclusive figure is due around June.
Next up, the Shadow Trooper. 1,000 pieces will be made of this black Stormtrooper, and he's due in July. Pre-order yours now!
In the post Star Wars Celebration 2015 Super Shogun Exclusives!, Funko shows that they are indeed bringing the long, long-gestating jumbo figures inspired by Shogun Warriors to plastic life once again. This redeco of the Stormtrooper is a swell addition to any spacious house, while the Kenner-deco Boba Fett is another fine delight which I will no doubt cry myself to sleep over not owning. Such is life. Click here to read more and see the pictures.
Funko revealed five exclusive and first-to-market Pop! Vinyl Star Wars Bobble Heads for Star Wars Celebration VII. E-3PO, Unmasked Darth Vader, a Shock Trooper, R2-Q5, and R2-R9 were revealed so far. Click here to see the post on their fancy blog.
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tortures informs you with information about four new amazingly cool Funko Hikari Vinyl Figures - only available at Celebration VII in Anaheim, CA. There's a super-cool Icy Stormtrooper, a stellar Star Clone Trooper, a bronze Matte Black Boba Fett, and a Verdigris Greedo. Each is limited to between 500 and 1,000 pieces, and you should totally pick me up a set if you go.
It's a new mold! The Star Wars Bossk Metallic Premium Hikari Sofubi Vinyl Figure is up for order at our sponsor Entertainment Earth and presumably elsewhere. Due in July, he's $79.99 and limited to a mere 1,000 pieces - so snag yours before your Bossk shrine has a Hikari-shaped hole in it.
Update: Sold out!
A limited edition of 750, the Star Wars Greedo Sublime Premium Hikari Sofubi Vinyl Figure is up for order at Entertainment Earth. The first release had metallic paint, while this one is clear, glittery plastic. These things shine bright in person, and this one is due in April. Only 750 are being produced and pre-orders are open now.
Funko's admittedly bizarre and nifty Hikari Vinyl figure line is, in short, to vinyl figures what Gentle Giant was to Mini Busts back in 2002. It's a little strange, it seems expensive, they're limited, and it's a big shift from the kind of cheap stuff we were used to seeing. Several figures have been announced but this Original Greedo is their very first release. Each individual figure has a name for each paintjob, but it's only visible on the trading card inside each figure's box and can not be seen on the packaging's exterior. It's in the 7 1/4-inch range, rather than the much larger Hikari Marvel figures and comes to you hand-painted with 3 points of articulation.