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New Exclusive ‘Moon Knight’ Funko Pops Unveiled!

The final episode of Moon Knight aired this week. While it’s not entirely clear if it’ll return for a second season, or when we’ll see Marc Spector and his alter egos again, Funko is already doing all it can to keep the series memory alive.

Thursday it unveiled three new exclusive Funko Pop figures relative to the show that are slated to be released later this year. The first two vinyl figures are of the Egyptian Gods Khonshu and Ammit.

Because the former is already available as a figure, this new version will be a jumbo-sized variant of him as a temple statue. While it may seem like a cash grab, I personally think it was inevitable considering that the character pretty much spent close to half the series entombed.

Both figures are available for pre-order only at Target.

The third Funko figure unveiled was none other than May Calamawy’s Laila, dressed as “the Scarlet Scarab.” If you saw the finale, you might recall that Laila became an avatar for the goddess Taweret to help Moon Knight fight a possessed Arthur Harrow. In doing so, she became the MCU’s version of the comic book character. In the comics, her father is actually the one to bear the mantle.

Now, unlike the previous two figures, this one will only be available at this year’s San Diego Comic Con. Interestingly enough, this is also the first Funko exclusive unveiled for the convention.

What do you think of these new collectables? Sound off below!

READ: ‘Moon Knight’ Episode Six Review: “Gods and Monsters”

Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, Moon Knight follows the adventures of a former U.S Marine with dissociative identity disorder (DID), named Marc Spector, who becomes the avatar for the ancient Egyptian moon god Khonshu and a crime fighting mercenary after discovering his statue.

The Umbrella Academy‘s Jeremy Slater is both the series’ showrunner and lead writer, while Mohamed Diab, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Synchronic) all split directing duties across its six episodes.

The entire series is available to stream now exclusively on Disney+.

SOURCE: Funko