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Fans of both Funko and Games Workshop are in for a treat with the brand new line of Funko Pops based on the Warhammer 40,000 universe! In an interesting collaboration, it appears the grim dark aesthetic of everyone’s favorite soldiers of the Imperium are being combined with the bright-eyed, popular figures. This is an exciting opportunity for fans of both to add to their collections.

Included in the set are representatives from each of the four best-known Space Marine Chapters: Primaris, Space Wolves, Dark Angels and Blood Angels.

No release information is available yet, but you can read more over at Warhammer Community, and watch a teaser trailer for the collection. We’ll bring you more updates as they become available. Thanks for reading!

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