Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series has expanded into a comic book, and now a dedicated line of Funko Pops. It’s a little surprising, because I was under the impression the game was just kind of OK. But I have yet to sit down and play it, so take my assessment with a grain of salt.
Guardians of the Galaxy Telltale Series Funko Pops
Funko is excited to introduce the hit video game
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series coming to Pop!
This series features a 2-Pack team up of Rocket and Lylla! Hala the Accuser,
and the galaxy’s most dangerous woman, Gamora, also joins the lineup!
I will say that I love, love, love that Gamora. It may be the best version of her out there so far. The yellow around her eyes really pops (ha).
Since I have not played the game, I do not have the slightest idea which part Lylla plays in the game. I do know it has been quite a while since she was in the comics. A quick check says about six years! They will always find a way to get those fringe characters done, though.
Hala the Accuser is the only one here I can probably live without. I have no attachment whatsoever to Hala, so I won’t be getting it.
All of the sculpts also look great. The dark colors make these stand out. Previous Guardians Pops were vibrant and full of life and color, rightfully so. And kudos to them for not just pumping our a Star-Lord and giving us a Gamora instead. These also join the Pops for Marvel vs. Capcom that were announced about a month ago under the Marvel Gamer Verse banner.
These Telltale Guardians Pops will be coming out in January. You can preorder them here.
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