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Funko Announces New Star Wars Wobblers

Toy company Funko have revealed the latest vinyl figures in their Wobblers range, this time featuring some of Star Wars’ most recognisable faces.

Combining the chunky charm of the company’s POP! line with classic bobblehead flair, the new Wobblers line was announced this April, featuring numerous NFL legends like Dez Bryant and Tom Brady. According to the Funko website, the new Star Wars figures are Princess Leia and helmeted bounty hunter, Boba Fett.

You can see the figures in the images below.

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According to website POP Vinyls, the Star Wars Wobblers will be priced at $9.99 each, which is around £7 in the UK. Fett and Leia will also be joined by Force Awakens fresh-faces, Rey and Kylo Ren.

Funko is well-known for its production of collectible POP! Vinyl figures, based on characters from popular TV shows, films and video games. Back in June, the company also announced new additions to their main POP! line, which include characters from upcoming supervillain flick, Suicide Squad. 

[Source: Action Figure Insider, POP Vinyls]

 

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