Imagine combining the colossal Star Wars universe and the world’s most popular collectables together – it would be pretty great right? Correct.
Funko figures are THE piece of merchandise when it comes to pop culture, with them producing some huge collaborations with many of the worlds biggest franchises. And in the case of Star Wars Pop Vinyls, they certainly don’t disappoint.
Fans of this epic saga have been treated to some fantastic moments on screen and they now have the chance to collect their favourite characters. These figures depict iconic scenes, heroes and villains in high detail along with the occasional very special edition.
The Star Wars Funko Pop collection includes favourites such as Han Solo and Baby Yoda right through to the likes of Darth Vader and Kylo Ren – perfect for the most passionate of Rebels and ferocious of Sith lords.
Funko have a built a big reputation for creating these special figures and their attention to detail, which is certainly the case with this franchise. The collection goes from The Phantom Menace (Episode I) right through to Rise of the Skywalker (Episode IX) along with Rogue One and The Mandalorian TV series, they’re a collector’s haven.
Such is the longevity and sheer scale of this saga, there are number of different Star Wars Pop Vinyl figures available. Funko continue to immortalise these fantastic characters and here at Zavvi UK we’re huge fans.
Collectables don’t come much more unique than Funko Pop and it’s the case when it comes to this epic partnership with Star Wars. The Force is certainly with them.
We’ve ranked the best Star Wars Pop Vinyls from across the galaxy.
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Another one of the OG’s and a character who’s been through an awful lot is Lando Calrissian. He’s introduced to us as a friend of Han Solo before betraying him under the orders of Darth Vader in The Empire Strikes Back. But he later redeems himself and becomes a member of the Rebel Alliance, working his way up to the rank of General. Just like his friend Solo, Lando was a smuggler and the original owner of the famous Millennium Falcon, before losing it in a game of Sabacc to Han. He first features in the original trilogy before moving into the sequels, which is where this Pop Vinyl figure is depicted.