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Witness Funko’s Adorably Gritty MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Figures

A couple years back, Mad Max: Fury Road rocked all of our worlds with the world’s best “thirty years later” sequel of all time (sorry The Force Awakens. We still love ya though).

The coolest part of director George Miller’s new Mad Max, however, was undoudtedly Charlize Theron as Furiosa, who turned out to be one of the most badass ladies in cinema history. And that guys who played a fire-spitting guitar on a giant war/speaker/drum machine? Yeah, he were pretty cool too.

Now our good friends at Funko have announced a huge new line of Mad Max: Fury Road products coming this winter from their Rock Candy, Mystery Minis, and Pop! vinyl lines, and we are pretty sure that like us, you are going to want to get all of them.

Furiosa leads the pack as the latest iconic heroine to join Funko’s Rock Candy figure line, ready to lead the rebellion. This one belong on everyone’s desk:

Also coming are a new group of Fury Road Mystery Minis, including different versions of Max, Furiosa, Nux, Coma, Capable, Immortan Joe, Rictus Erectus and the Valkyrie.

And the Pop! line will be adding War Boy Nux, The Valkyrie, Coma-Doof the blind guitarist, Lord of the Citadel Immortan Joe, his wife Capable, and Furiosa — complete with steering wheel to drive the war rig. Oh, and let’s not forget, Mad Max himself (he’s in this movie too, you know).

As usual, there will be chase variants, this time of Immortan Joe and Furiosa (each a rarity of 1-in-6). The variants will be available at Target, Hot Topic, Wal Mart, and as Funko Shop exclusives. You can check the all out down below in our gallery.

Which one of these adorable Fury Road figures do you want most? Be sure to let us know your thoughts down below.

Images: Funko

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