Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters on December 17, 2021, and almost a year later, it looks like it’s finally safe to release Funko Pop figures based on some of the movie’s spoiler elements. Previous releases in the No Way Home lineup include several Tom Holland Spider-Man suits, Doctor Strange, Doctor Strange, MJ and Ned, along with an exclusive Unmasked Black Suit Spider-Man from AAA Anime. Now we come to Green Goblin, Electro, Doc Ock and Spider-Man Pop figures, based on the Integrated Suit boss battle and the versions played by Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire. There’s even one 8 pack Walmart exclusive that includes LIzard and Sandman.
The new Spider-Man: No Way Home Funko Pop collection makes up for lost time in terms of sheer size, but we’ve organized everything so you don’t have to. Below is a breakdown of the wave, complete with pre-order links. These links will be updated as the Pops go live and more retailers join. Please note that shipping in the US is free from Entertainment Earth on orders of $39+ with the code HOLIDAYFREE22.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Funko Pop Exclusive
- Spider-Man: No Way Home Spider-Man 3 Pack – Exclusive to Amazon
- Spider Man: No Way Home 8 Pack – Walmart exclusive (Including Lizard and Sandman)
- Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man (Metallic) – Hot Topic Exclusive
- Spider-Man (Diamond) – Exclusive target
- Green Goblin (metallic) – Exclusive packed lunch
- Spider-Man Finale Suit (Unmasked) – Exclusive to Funko
- The Amazing Spider-Man (Unmasked) – Exclusive to PX
- Ned (Doctor Strange Cape) – Exclusive to Walmart
Spider-Man: No Way Home Funko Pop Community Figures
Garfield recently spoke to GQ UK about fitting in as Spider-Man again No way home. The actor clearly had a lot of fun reprising the role, largely because of the bond he built with Holland and Maguire.
“I have to treat it like a short movie about Spider-Man with friends,” Garfield said GK. “The pressure was off me. It was all on Tom’s shoulders. Like it’s his trilogy. And me and Tobey were there to support and actually have the best time possible, and be so inventive, imaginative and kind of too to be.” as stupid as possible.”
“You know, between the three of us I was like, oh s—, this is going to be interesting,” he continued. “You have three people who really take ownership of this character. But it was really brotherhood first, I think. And I think that comes through in what we’ve shot.”
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