Funko has just announced their new line of statues under the Vynl label. While the line won’t launch until the Autumn, people that attend the San Diego Comic Con can get the first pair – none other than DC’s Poison Ivy and Batgirl.
Funko described their new line in the following press release on their official website:
Funko is proud to introduce Vynl., a brand new line of stylized vinyl collectibles created with pop culture fanatics in mind! Vynl. will take a new approach to collecting by showcasing the intricate relationships between beloved characters through a playful new aesthetic and display-ready collector packaging. As this new line of figures is centered around character relationships, every Vynl. release will contain two figures in order to highlight the connection between both characters and play off of their respective storylines.
Vynl. figures will utilize thoughtful and imaginative design to elaborate on the emotional bonds between some of the most cherished characters in pop culture. Though Vynl. figures will derive from countless realms, storylines, and universes, Funko will maintain a consistent design aesthetic ensuring all Vynl. figures look spectacular when displayed together.
Other character pairs that will be a part of the Vynl line include Freddy Krueger (A Nightmare On Elm Street) and Jason Voorhees (Friday the 13th), Sally and Jack Skellington (A Nightmare Before Christmas), and He-Man and Trapjaw (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe). Since these two Batman characters are SDCC exclusives, fans who are interested should get the convention or prepare to engage in an online bidding wars.
5 Batgirl Stories That Should Shape Joss Whedon’s Film
Well, now that we all know Batgirl will be getting her own movie, directed by Joss Whedon no less, it’s time to start thinking about what kind of film it will be. Yeah, we had a Batgirl in the terrible Batman and Robin movie, but she wasn’t even Barbara Gordon. Gordon is so clearly the most iconic Batgirl it’s ridiculous they thought to make up some other character for the movie.
Don’t worry though, loyal Batgirl fans. It’s already been confirmed Barbara will star in the movie. While there is always room for Whedon to develop his own stories for the character, it’s more likely he will draw from a few different comics to give audiences a well-rounded introduction to the character.
So hit Next to find out more about 5 Batgirl stories Joss Whedon’s DC Extended Universe movie should borrow ideas from.