Funko has just announced their San Diego Comic-Con 2019 exclusive DC Comics themed merchandise! While the announcements were nice, one of them leaves me sort of scratching my head.

First up is a blue chromed Batman Pop! in his 80th anniversary black box. For those not attending SDCC, you can pick this one up at Gamestop. Second we have a Cisco Ramon based on the hit ‘The Flash’ television series on The CW, that can be had alternatively at Hot Topic. Finally comes the head scratcher… Kato from The Green Hornet. I guess technically he was featured in a couple of episodes of the Batman 1966 TV show, so that is why they listed him with the DC Pops, but it still doesn’t really make sense.

Check out the images of these figures below, and if you are not attending San Diego Comic-Con, hit up the exclusive retailers to snag your figures!

Celebrate your favorite DC Super Heroes with San Diego Comic-Con exclusive teal chrome Pop! Batman (GameStop) in celebration of the 80th anniversary of the hero’s first appearance in comics.

Pop! Heroes: DC – Batman (Teal Chrome)(GameStop)

Bring home your favorite mechanical engineering genius at S.T.A.R Labs as a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Pop! Cisco Ramon.

Pop! Television: The Flash – Cisco Ramon (Hot Topic)

Celebrate your favorite superheroes and sidekicks with San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Pop! Kato (Toy Tokyo) who fights as backup for Green Hornet.

Pop! Television: The Green Hornet – Kato (Toy Tokyo)

About Funko:

Funko was originally conceived by Mike Becker and founded by Frank Malone as a bobbleheads company in 1998 and sold in 2005 to its CEO, Brian Mariotti, who significantly expanded the firm’s licensed lines. In addition to selling millions of its Wacky Wobblers, Funko has delighted the world with a broad range of playable and collectible merchandise that includes such diverse items as plush, Pop! Vinyl figures, vehicles, mugs, water bottles, key chains, lanyards, USB drives, lamps, and headphones inspired by a vast number of films, TV shows, video games, and more.

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