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Stranger Things 2018 Funko Collection Turns Wallets Upside Down

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I’m not at all happy that it has been nearly a year since I’ve been able to watch some new Stranger Things episodes. If you are trying to hold out until the new season debuts in 2019, perhaps playing with some geeky toys will help tide you over. Funko has a full line of Stranger Things stuff for you to act out episodes with.

The extensive line of collectibles includes Pop! vinyl figures, complete with Eleven in a dress and long hair. You can get a plush of that shadow monster walker thing, or dioramas of key scenes in the series. One shows Eleven killing the flower-face monster in season one, and another is Steve fighting off-the dog like things with the spiked bat.

With Christmas coming, you can get a range of ornaments for your tree including “Dustin with his trusty backpack, Mike and his walkie-talkie, Will carrying a backpack filled with supplies, Lucas with his binoculars and army fatigue headband, Eleven in her power stance with bloody nose, Steve armed with a vicious-looking bat, Hopper with his donut and coffee, and the Demogorgon in all his terrifying glory”. Order them up at Entertainment Earth.

[via Combicbook.com]



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