Funko will be releasing that information on Wednesday, but for now, here’s everything that we know. From their site, here’s a look: Newt Scamander Pop!From their site, here’s a look at pricing: Dorbz: Dorbz multi-packs: - Dorbz Ridez: Rock Candy: Pop! heading to Comic-Con (and Barnes and Noble starting Thursday morning online, so stop stressing about the Funko line, kids).
Funko’s blog also showed off a few more exclusives, including figures will be available for regular retail release, they won’t be hitting shelves until 2017 – so if you want to get your hands on them this year, San Diego Comic-Con is the only way.
Marcus Hill (born March 30, 1992), more commonly known by his gaming handle Dyrus, is an American retired professional player of the multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game League of Legends and streamer on Twitch At the time of his retirement, Dyrus was the top laner for Team Solo Mid (TSM).
With TSM, he won several League of Legends Championship Series North American titles and appeared in several League of Legends World Championships.
He retired from competitive play after the 2015 League of Legends World Championships.
Dyrus has been playing League of Legends since its beta phase.
Dyrus' career started out as a support for one of the first competitive teams in the League of Legends professional scene, All or Nothing.Following the disbandment of All or Nothing, Dyrus joined Epik Gamer as their top laner.If there’s one company at San Diego Comic-Con that’s blown up the last few years – it’s Funko.Their exclusives are some of the hardest to get, but they’re also some of the best.Word on the street is that they’ll be moving to a Sails ticket distribution process this year– and an entirely different process for Preview Night.Their “summer exclusive” exclusives – as well as likely more – should be available outside of the convention, typically in places like Hot Topic and Barnes & Noble. Book Hikari: Here’s a look at their offerings for 2016: [UPDATE July 18] Funko has one more round of exclusives, which are more shared Toy Tokyo items (though only available at Comic-Con through the Funko booth).