POP Star Wars: The Mandalorian - Bo-Katan Kryze Limited Edition Chase Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure (Bundled with Compatible Pop Box Protector Case), Multicolored, 3.75 inches

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POP Star Wars: The Mandalorian - Bo-Katan Kryze Limited Edition Chase Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure (Bundled with Compatible Pop Box Protector Case), Multicolored, 3.75 inches

POP Star Wars: The Mandalorian - Bo-Katan Kryze Limited Edition Chase Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure (Bundled with Compatible Pop Box Protector Case), Multicolored, 3.75 inches

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For Maul’s loyal captain, Gar Saxon, it was a delicate balance of tweaking the helmet sculpt to make it feel as if the character’s hidden eyes were piercing right through you. “This one had to be menacing, so we tweaked and nudged the angles on the helmet and visor to give it a bit of a cold stare,” O’Brien says, no small feat on an otherwise simple and elegant design. “Another new thing we did for this whole series is to try some newer dry-brush techniques to match the colorization and shading style seen in the animation.” However, Shane isn't just a movie guy. He also loves video games. Super Mario Sunshine, The Last of Us Part 1 and 2, and Batman: Arkham City are some of his favorites. Music plays a big part in his life as well. Given that Shane's a big horror fan, you might be surprised to learn that he's a pop guy. Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Dua Lipa, The Jonas Brothers, and Demi Lovato play on repeat while he's writing. Set five years after the fall of the Empire as depicted in Return of the Jedi, The Mandalorian follows an independent Mandalorian bounty hunter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.

It’s the series that took the galaxy far, far away by storm, enlightening our lives with a little green dude we never knew we needed. For this series, the design team aimed to push the poses and attitudes of the Pop! figures to better replicate the tension surrounding the characters at the end of the Clone Wars. “We wanted this one to have the feel of coiled tension, like she's facing danger and ready to strike,” O’Brien says of the not-quite-a-Jedi Ahsoka Tano, as she appeared in the Siege of Mandalore arc. The paints on the Pops needed to feel like they properly represented the rendered animation,” says Funko’s senior product designer Reis O’Brien, “which led us to many rounds of trying different techniques of weathering, paint wipes, and dry brush techniques. But it's always fun to see it all come together in the final round and go ‘That's it!’”An absolute must for any true Star Wars fan, add the new Mandalorian Pop! Vinyl Figures to your Funko collection today. The new series also includes a more relaxed version of Anakin Skywalker’s former Padawan as she explored the depths of Coruscant and made the acquaintance of the Martez sisters. “This Ahsoka had to still feel like her character but needed to stand out from the other version in this series,” O’Brien says. “So, we relaxed her pose considerably and gave her a more casual stance.” And, of course, with those coveralls it’s easy to place this version of the fan-favorite Togruta! Funko’s senior designer digs into the details of what makes the new collectibles, from the seventh and final season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, different from previous incarnations. The new series includes all-new Pop! bobblehead sculpts of Ahsoka and Maul, as well as characters never before seen in Funko form, including one of Clone Force 99’s fiercest fighters and the Mandalorian warrior Bo-Katan. Designers have sculpted the standard Mandalorian armor for previous projects, but O’Brien says this series was different. “The subtle -- but massively important -- differences in the Mandalorian helmets and armor took a lot of tweaking to get just right,” he says. “Mandalorian helmets are deceptively simple. Raising the corner of the eye-slits too far, for example, can throw the whole thing off. And translating the helmet shapes and proportion to the classic Pop! head shape is never an easy task. So it feels like a victory every time we finally nail it.”

As fans around the world celebrated the release of the final episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars earlier this year, the design team at Funko was putting the finishing touches on a new line of Pop! bobbleheads. Just as the seventh season showcased a sleeker animation style and more mature characters, as the story edged closer to the events of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, their adorable mouthless counterparts were imbued with a subtle evolution from earlier renditions. Here's a closer look at each piece in the series, with insights from O’Brien on every character and figure. Funko's latest wave of Mandalorian Pop! Vinyl Figures is without question the greatest to date, including a range of heroes and villains from Season Two.In his free time, Shane loves going for runs and playing with his 16-year-old beagle Butterscotch. Butters for short, she has been the greatest love of his and inspires him everyday, both creatively and emtionally. On top of that, he's now a huge collector. He loves Funko Pop, McFarlane Toys, and Neca's huge line of horror figures. In the last two years he has been going to a lot of conversations to buy an unhealthy amount of figures. This has also allowed him to meet some of his favorite filmmakers/actors like Mike Flanagan, Matthew Lillard, John Carpenter, Grace Caroline Curry, Steve Burns and Kathryn Newton.

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