Monday, 28 December 2015

My Ten Most Wanted Funko Pop! Figures

As I'm already collecting Tsum Tsums, Disney Classics DVDs *and* Disney pins, I've been trying to stop myself from collecting these cute little figurines from Funko. However as I've already managed to accumulate four of these guys, I don't think I can prevent myself from buying any more now! So here are my top ten most wanted Funko Pop! figures:
1. FROZEN - CORONATION ANNA
2. INSIDE OUT - SADNESS
3. HARRY POTTER - HERMIONE GRANGER
4. BIG HERO 6 - HONEY LEMON
5. STAR WARS - BB-8
6. ONCE UPON A TIME - SNOW WHITE
7. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - MRS POTTS AND CHIP
8. HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON - TOOTHLESS
9. PRIDE + PREJUDICE + ZOMBIES - ELIZABETH BENNET
10. ALICE IN WONDERLAND - ALICE

Although I already own the Pop! figure of Anna in her winter outfit, Anna's Coronation dress is my favourite outfit of hers and I'd love to cosplay in it some day so I think I'll definitely have to add this one to my collection too. And for the adorableness factor, I've got my eye on BB-8, Mrs Potts and Chip and Toothless. I pretty much fell in love with BB-8 after watching The Force Awakens, and until I can afford one of the super cute BB-8 robotic droids by Sphero, this little Pop! figure should satisfy my BB-8 cravings!

I think I'll have to wait until I see Pride + Prejudice + Zombies first, but as long as the film is at least half-decent, I can't turn down the opportunity to own an Austen-based figure. Elizabeth Bennet is one of my all-time favourite heroines (even without the zombie fighting badass-ery!) so I was really excited to see these Funko was making these figures! And finally, I'm a huge fan of Disney's animated Alice In Wonderland, I used to watch the film over and over again when I was little, so I'll have to add Alice to my collection at some point too.

Do you own any Pop! figures? Which ones do you want the most?

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