Here’s an Official Look at Funko’s Get Out Pop! Figures
We first received a glimpse at these new collectibles from the company's San Diego Comic-Con panel.
During last month's San Diego Comic-Con, Funko gave us our first look at two upcoming Pop! figures based on Jordan Peele’s directorial horror debut, Get Out. However, the figures at that time were only mock-up images with few other details available. Thankfully, Funko has now released more information, including much clearer images of the designs.
The first Pop! figure is Chris Washington (Daniel Kaluuya) in a state of hypnosis with his arms and legs strapped down to a chair, much like that revelatory scene from the film. It will retail for $10.99 with a release date in the third quarter of 2019.
The second figure is of Chris wearing a blood-splattered clothes. Funko has clarified that this figure will be an online exclusive to Funko’s own website. It should also see a release in the 3rd quarter of 2019 and will likely retail for a few dollars more than that regular variant.
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