New ‘Stranger Things’ Funko Pop! Figures Include Bob’s Vampire Costume

Stranger Things Bob VampireWith Stranger Things being one of Netflix’s biggest financial hits, it’s no surprise that Funko would capitalize on the enduring popularity of the series by making a line of models based on them. Among the next wave of Stranger Things POP! toys are Eleven in her “punk” outfit and Bob in his Halloween costume.

The seven new Funko POP! toys are include Billy dressed as a character from The Outsiders at the Halloween party, Steve with sunglasses and the baseball bat with nails in it, Steve in protective gear, Eleven levitating as she closes the gate, Hopper after escaping from the tunnels of the Upside Down, Bob in his Dracula costume, and Bob in a hospital gown.

You can get a good look at the new Funkos below:

Stranger Things 2 Funko

Previous waves of Stranger Things 2-themed Funko include Will and his friends in their Ghostbusters costumes, Dustin with Dart, Max in and out of her Michael Myers mask, and Eleven before her makeover. Characters who do not yet have Funko include Dr. Sam Owens, Murray Bauman, and Kali, although with the show slated to run for two to three more seasons, there’s more than enough time to make them.

Stranger Things 2 is streaming on Netflix. Its cast includes Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Noah Schnapp, Sadie Sink, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Joe Keery, Dacre Montgomery, Cara Buono, Sean Astin, Paul Reiser, Linnea Berthelsen, and Brett Gelman.

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10 Stephen King Adaptations Hollywood Needs To Get Right

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Stephen King ItWith The Dark Tower and It, two of King’s most famous and beloved works, reaching the big screen, it feels like the gates are opening on a new age of Stephen King adaptations

Already we’ve seen 1) a new Carrie movie, 2) Under the Dome and 11/22/63 get TV adaptations 3) Netflix’s upcoming Gerald’s Game, 4) a TV series based on the Mr. Mercedes trilogy, 5) Josh Boone looks to make Revival his follow-up to X-Men: The New Mutants, 5) a new version of Hearts in Atlantis is in the works (just called Hearts) and 6) a Cujo remake, with the amazing title of C.U.J.O. Even Cell got made, plus a personal favorite of mine The Mist is back in the form of a new Syfy series airing later this year (based on both the original novella and Frank Darabont’s superb 2007 film).

Our age of cinematic universes feels tailor-made for the world-renowned author. King is known not only for his productivity but for how his stories interlock together in the same universe (multiverse, if you want to get specific). His entire oeuvre is connected by characters, locations, and events, all centered around the literal and figurative Dark Tower, the structure and book series sit at the center of King’s worlds. Of course, no one entity owns the rights to all of King’s works, so we won’t be seeing, say, Pennywise the Dancing Clown say hi to Idris Elba’s gunslinger in a movie anytime soon, but it speaks to King’s continued relevance.

There are, of course, the adaptations that are sacrosanct and need to no update, plus others where we are simply waiting to see if they happen. Speaking of Darabont, he delivered a trilogy of amazing King adaptations in my opinion between The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, and The Mist. Rob Reiner also mastered the artform, giving us Stand by Me and Misery. There’s already a perfectly-good The Dead Zone movie and TV show. The Tommyknockers and Desperation got the miniseries treatment in 1991 and 2006, respectively. The latter came with a teleplay by King himself, while the former was announced for a new miniseries back in 2013 along with Rosemary’s Baby, the failure of which may have something to do with the radio silence since the announcement. The Shining is actually not one, with King famously disliking the Stanley Kubrick film enough to make a miniseries of his own to “correct” the record (and a Shining prequel is first on our list).

While some works defy or seek re-adaptation, the breadth of the man’s work means there’s plenty of new stuff to mine in the coming years as well. Click Next to learn which to watch out for!

Honorable mentions: The Dark Half, Dolores Claiborne, Apt Pupil, Dreamcatcher

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Grant Davis

Grant Davis

A Texan freelance writer with interests in Star Wars, superhero movies, and entertainment in general.

  • josabby474 .

    Is there a release date for these yet?

    • KungFuCthulhu

      Sometime this year. No date was specified.

      – Grant