The Mandalorian without a helmet and Grogu with cookies among the new Funko Pops

The line of Funko Pop is enriched thanks to the new figures dedicated to The Mandalorian, the popular TV series based on the Star Wars franchise

A new wave of Funko Pop dedicated to Star Wars is ready to translate the exciting final moments of the second season of The Mandalorian, the hugely popular TV series dedicated to the sci-fi brand available for streaming on Disney Plus (of which the third season is expected). To the iconic and essential Command new characters will also be added, such as Boba Fett, dressed in his armor ruined by the planet’s weather conditions Tatooine. But the two are in excellent company, as you can see in the list that we propose in the news.

Here come the new Funko Pop dedicated to The Mandalorian

Star Wars The Mandalorian, The Child with Cookie: a figure starring the little Grogu, intent on eating a sweet, proposed at the price of € 11.95.

Star Wars The Mandalorian, The Mandalorian Holding The Child: a figure dedicated to the Mandalorian and the little Grogu, available for € 11.95.

Star Wars The Mandalorian, Ashoka with Lightsabers: lightsaber armed fighter can be yours for € 11.95.

Star Wars The Mandalorian, Boba Fett: the bounty hunter in his armor is available for € 11.95.

Star Wars The Mandalorian, Dark Trooper: to take the figure home you just need to spend € 11.95.

Star Wars The Mandalorian Bo-Katan: other figures that you can buy at the price of € 11.95.

These are some of the models that enrich the line Funko Pop!, and that you can buy through the links that we have indicated in each article.

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