Mandalorian Funko Pops: Pre-Order 14 New Star Wars Pops Right Now
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Star Wars: The Mandalorian Funko Pops
The Mandalorian's first season has wrapped, which means it'll be a little while before Mando and our favorite buddy Baby Yoda return (Season 2 premieres Fall 2020). If you're looking for something to curb your need for all things Star Wars until then, a new wave of Mandalorian-inspired Funko Pops are arriving soon.
The first wave of Funkos was small and launched near the series premiere. Up until now, Mandalorian fans have only been able to purchase a generic Mando, Cara Dune, Kuiil, and the IG-11 droid. The second wave expands the roster significantly, adding 14 new Pops, four of which are retailer exclusive. Baby Yoda isn't featured in the new wave, but an adorable Baby Yoda Pop (including a super-sized version) is already available for pre-order.
Pre-orders for the second wave of Mandalorian Funko Pops are available now at major retailers. Considering that wave one Mandalorian Funko Pops aren't super easy to come by now, you may want to pre-order early. Check out all of the newest members of The Mandalorian Funko Pop lineup below. Unless otherwise noted, each Pop releases on February 17.
Greef Karga | $11
Former magistrate turned Bounty Hunters Guild agent Greef Karga plays a major role in The Mandalorian. You'll soon be able to own the Funko Pop version of Karga holding two blasters.
Heavy Infantry | $11
This Heavy Infantry Pop doesn't have a real name, but that doesn't matter. He looks cool, but we imagine he has terrible aim.
Offworld Jawa | $11
Pesky scavengers who make Mando's life hard in one episode, the Offworld Jawa translate to a pretty cool (and kind of creepy) Pop.
Incinerator Stormtrooper | $11
Perhaps the only Stormtrooper that can aim (not exactly a compliment given his weapon), the Incinerator Stormtrooper makes for a really neat Funko Pop.
Q9-Zero | $11
Easily one of the weirdest droids in Star Wars history, Q9-Zero's big eyes perfectly align with the Funko Pop aesthetic.
Covert Mandalorian | $11
The Covert Mandalorian arguably has a sleeker design than Mando himself.
Mandalorian | $11
The first Mando Funko Pop was rather boring. This one is at least somewhat better.
The Armorer | $11
The Armorer upgrades Mando's armor after he completes fetch quests throughout the show. She was one of the coolest characters in season one, despite appearing in a minor role.
The Client | $11
This is essentially a Werner Herzog Funko Pop, which makes it a must-buy in my opinion.
Mandalorian on Blurrg (Deluxe) | $33
A deluxe Funko Pop (costs three times as much as the rest), Mandalorian on Blurrg is arguably the best of the bunch. Blurrgs are strangely cute.
Death Watch Mandalorian - GameStop exclusive
This stunning Death Watch Mandalorian is exclusive to GameStop. It could sell out pretty quickly, but it's not up for pre-order at this time. You want to check this pre-order page soon, though, to see if it's in stock.
Mandalorian with Flame - Target exclusive
Exclusive to Target, this Mando Pop is apparently shooting a flame. I'd prefer the flame to look more like the Incinerator Stormtrooper's, though. It's not available to pre-order yet.
Trandoshan Thug - Walgreens exclusive
A Trandoshan Thug gets vaporized by Mando in Season 1. The creature doesn't exactly play an important role, but it did appear in a great scene. The Trandoshan Thug Pop is exclusive to Walgreens, but it isn't available to pre-order just yet.
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