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The London Toy Far started over the weekend and there were a TON of Funko announcements. More than I can possibly have time to list here today. Suffice to say that every license was covered: from Batman 1989, to Batman Forever, to the Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Pops, to Masters of the Universe, to American Psycho, to Slipknot, to Lil Wayne, to Cyberpunk 2077, to Wallace & Gromit! Phew! Yep!
However, amongst all that, Entertainment Earth announced their next exclusive Funko POP!, Glow-in-the Dark Gambit from the 1990s X-Men comics! Check out the pre-order links, product digital mock-ups and details from EE below! The figure is priced at $13.99 and is scheduled to release May 2020!
- Exclusive Pop! Vinyl figure based on classic 1990s comics!
- Gambit demonstrates his famous card-throwing ability.
- The powerful mutant features glow-in-the-dark deco!
- Add Remy Etienne LeBeau to your X-Men or Pop! collection!
Entertainment Earth Exclusive! This is one powerful mutant! Based on classic 1990s comics, this X-Men Gambit Glow-in-the Dark Pop! Vinyl Figure – Entertainment Earth Exclusive features Remy Etienne LeBeau, aka Gambit, demonstrating his powers with his famous kinetically charged card-throwing ability. Measuring about 3 3/4-inches tall, he comes packaged in a window display box, ready to join your X-Men or Pop! Vinyl collection. Don’t wait another moment – order this exclusive glow-in-the-dark Gambit figure right now!
Another of the Marvel-ous characters created by the inimitable Jim Lee, this time in cahoots with writer Chris Claremont and drawn by Mike Collins, Gambit first hit the scene in July 1990 in Uncanny X-Men Annual #14 and then Uncanny X-Men #266 in August 1990. His primary skills include the ability to mentally create, control, and manipulate kinetic energy; card throwing; and hand-to-hand combat. But his almost superhuman charm is also hard to resist.
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