Harry Potter is getting two new Funko collectibles. The new figures were revealed during the New York Toy Fair, an event for toys and games’ producers that takes place in the United States. There is no release date yet.
The new collectibles are part of the 18″ Super-Sized Pop line, which have 45-centimeter-tall toys. The first piece brings Harry Potter wearing the Hogwarts robe, a Griffindor scarf and the owl Hedwig on his arm. The other collectible is part of the Pop! Movie Moment line and it was inspired by the battle between Harry and Voldemort in the cemetery in The Globet of Fire. In this piece, Harry is wearing the uniform from the last task of the Triwizard Tournament.
Harry Potter Funkos
Other Harry Potter collectibles were also announced by Funko during another event for toys and games producers in London, England. Among them, there are eight traditional figures from the Pop! Line, two figures from the line 10″ Super-Sized Pop!, with figures 25-centimeter-tall , and three keychains.
The Pop! line is getting three new versions of Harry. In one of them, exclusive for the store Barnes & Noble, Harry holds two wands, just like at the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The other two bring Harry holding the Invisibility Cloak – one of them is exclusive for the Funko online store.
Other new collectibles show Dumbledore holding baby Harry on his arms, Neville holding The Monster Book of Monsters, Hermione practicing Wingardium Leviosa with a feather, Ron throwing up slugs in Hagrid’s bucket and Draco with a spider on his face.
In the 10th Pop! collection, Funko is releasing Dumbledore and Voldemort’s figures, both with their pets. While Dumbledore wears his lavender robe and holds the Elder Wand with the phoenix Fawkes on his arm, Voldemort holds a wand with the snake Nagini around his shoulders.
Finally, the collection also has three keychains: the Boggart as Snape, Hermione preparing Polyjuice Potion and Luna Lovegood with her Spectrespecs glasses, which allows the girl to see Wrackspurt.
Translated into English by Caroline Dorigon
Edited by Aline Michel