Die Hard is a Christmas movie. No, I do not care one bit about what you, or Bruce Willis, or anyone else says. I watch it every year on Christmas, it takes place around Christmas, and a Christmas carol plays over the end credits. Sorry world, some of you are super wrong. Now my Christmas display can include this new wave of Die Hard Funko Pops! I mean come on: Tony’s sweatshirt even says Ho-Ho-Ho on it! There are five Pops in all, with one exclusive. Check them out below!
You can finally watch your favorite Christmas movie
with the toughest NYPD detective ever to foil an elaborate
German terrorist plot. The John McClane Pop! looks
somewhat the worse for wear with blood on his hand
and shirt, but that won’t stop him from stopping
mastermind Hans Gruber whose Pop! is in surprising good
condition considering everything that goes down
that fateful Christmas Eve. Tony Vreskiv looks downright
festive wearing a Santa hat and more than a little blood. Sergeant
Al Powell has his priorities well in order with a handful of Twinkies.
Hans Gruber wearing a dapper suit is available as a GameStop exclusive.
These are all amazing. These are perfect examples of Funko paying extra attention to detail so these are the ultimate cllectibles for fans. The writing on the sweater, Al and his Twinkies, Hans holding his walkier-talkie, and John all busted up from the end of the film. I just wish we were getting a Harry Ellis, or an Argyle Pop Ride in the limo! Maybe we can get a second wave, we also need the dude who steals the candy bar waiting for a shoot-out. Classic.
These will be in stores just in time for the holidays in October. You can preorder them right here.
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