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Funko Announces LOST and REN AND STIMPY Pop! Vinyls

Funko Announces LOST and REN AND STIMPY Pop! Vinyls

Attention, all you loyal fans out there of the cult television series Lost — there are still lots of loyal Lost fans out there right? Despite that series finale? (I kid. Kind of.) The good folks at Funko have announced that they are finally bringing the castaway denizens of Oceanic Flight 815 to the world of adorable Pop! vinyl figures this winter.

Among the characters in the first wave are Jack Shephard, Kate Austen, James “Sawyer” Ford, Hugo “Hurley” Reyes, and John Locke. From the later seasons, there are the quasi-mystical island dwellers Jacob and the so-called Man in Black. Considering the huge amount of characters that came and went on Lost (it was the original The Walking Dead) there are plenty of options for future waves of figures. Enough to fit in your very own mysterious underground hatch even.

But those aren’t the only figures that Funko is announcing this week. The beloved characters from a cult TV show of an entirely different variety are coming next February, as Ren and Stimpy are officially joining the Pop! family of vinyl figures as well. Time to start singing “Happy, happy, joy, joy!”, because the early ’90s Nickelodeon favorites will be arriving both in regular versions, as well as limited chase variants, wearing their dalmatian disguises from their brief stint as firedogs. Each chase has a 1 in 6 rarity. Is too soon to ask for Powdered Toast Man in Wave 2??

You can check out preview images of both the first wave of the Lost figures as well as the Ren and Stimpy figures down below in our gallery.

Are you excited for these latest additions to the Funko family? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.

Images: ABC Television / Nickelodeon

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