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These SOUTH PARK Funkos are Pretty Darn Great, Mmkay

We just love when Funko releases new Pop! figures that perfectly capture the movie, show, game, or comic that they’re for. The figures for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets pushed the envelope in terms of form and design to bring the film’s unique creatures to life in Pop! form and their One-Punch Man design nails the bored indifference of the hero. And it’s no different with Funko‘s latest additions to their low-res (low-ish res) South Park figures. SouthparkFunko062217-006

These Funkos are part of the second wave of South Park residents due for release in August of 2017 and include Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Butters dressed as Professor Chaos, and everyone’s favorite foul-mouth flatulating Canadians, Terrance and Phillip!

What’s particularly neat about these being announced are the the nods to the show itself for the in-store exclusives. Goth Stan will be available exclusively (and appropriately) at Hot Topic.SouthparkFunko062217-004

And Cartman will only be available at GameStop (perhaps still waiting to get his Nintendo Wii).SouthparkFunko062217-005

There’s something that works so well with these South Park Funkos and it probably has to do with the lack of features they’re deliberately given. As most characters in the show lack discernible features like ears and noses, they translate really well to Pop! form. And it’s the little touches like the blocky appendages and nearly detached hinged heads of Terrance and Phillip that make us really love this line. FunkoTnPSouthPark

Take a look at the gallery below for all the figures being released and let us know which one is your favorite in the comments below!

Images: Funko

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