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Funko Dives Back Into the Spider-Verse With New Spider-Man Pop Figures

Funko Dives Back Into the Spider-Verse With New Spider-Man Pop Figures

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Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse Funko Pops

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As fans eagerly await the release of “Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse” and a possible live-action film starring Miles Morales, Funko is launching a new wave of Pop figures inspired by the second film in the animated Spider-Verse trilogy. This new collection includes figures of Miles G. Morales, Mayday Parker, and unmasked versions of Spider-Punk and Spider-Man 2099.

The “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” Funko Pops are now available for pre-order. Fans can find them at Entertainment Earth, which offers free U.S. shipping on orders over $79, and on Amazon.

The upcoming “Beyond the Spider-Verse” is set to address the cliffhanger ending of “Across the Spider-Verse,” featuring Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore) who is trapped in an alternate universe alongside a more villainous version of himself (voiced by Jharrel Jerome).

In an interview with ComicBook.com, Peter B. Parker actor Jake Johnson expressed his confidence in the film’s success. “Phil Lord, Chris Miller, and everyone else involved are committed to making this excellent. They won’t stop until they achieve that,” Johnson said. He noted that the creative team has a history of working hard and not adhering to traditional rules. Actors were still recording scenes just a month before the previous film’s screening, highlighting the team’s dedication to perfection.

“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” is currently available for purchase and streaming. As for its sequel, “Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse,” it is still in the process of locking down a release date.

The idea of bringing Miles Morales to a live-action film has been a hot topic for several years. Both the cast and crew of Sony’s Spider-Man Universe have shown strong support for this transition. Amy Pascal, a producer in the Spider-Verse series, has been vocal about this possibility but insists it will not happen until the current animated trilogy concludes.

Earlier this year, Pascal commented, “Someday. Not until we make two more movies. Someday. Someday. We’re very happy doing the animated Spider-Verse movies.”

Source: ComicBook.com, Entertainment Earth