2023 NEW Invincible: “Think Mark” Funko Pop! Moment PX Exclusive

Funko Pop! Animation - Invincible: "Think Mark" Funko Pop! Moment Vinyl Figure, a PX Previews Exclusive

Funko Pop! Animation – Invincible: “Think Mark” Funko Pop! Moment Vinyl Figure, a PX Previews Exclusive

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Welcome to the world where collectibles come to life! Imagine a scene straight out of a collector’s dream: the Invincible: “Think Mark” Funko Pop! Moment Vinyl Figure, a PX Previews Exclusive, poised in all its vibrant, detailed glory. This moment is frozen in time, a snapshot of epic adventure that will captivate any fan’s imagination.

Now available for pre-order! To get your hands on this Pop Vinyl Figure at its release, be sure to check out the links I’ve provided below – click to jump or keep scrolling for more details!

Unveiling the Limited Edition Invincible: “Think Mark” Funko Pop! Moment

Get ready for Funko’s thrilling new release, the Invincible: “Think, Mark!” Moment Vinyl Figure, inspired by the gripping Amazon Prime animated series Invincible.

This unique collectible, exclusively available on Free Comic Book Day 2024, vividly brings to life the dramatic confrontation between Mark Grayson (Invincible) and his father, Omni-Man.

Drawn from the iconic Image comic by Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley, this figure dramatically depicts Mark, battered and overwhelmed, under the imposing figure of Omni-Man, capturing their heart-wrenching encounter.

With only 25,000 pieces available, this PX Previews Exclusive is a must-have for fans of both the comic and the animation. It embodies the famous “Think, Mark” phrase that has become a viral meme sensation.

This Funko Pop! figure, perched on a meticulously crafted rocky base, exemplifies Funko’s renowned high-quality design and attention to detail, making it a prized addition to any collection.

Released during the iconic Free Comic Book Day, this figure is a special nod to the comic book community, offering fans a rare chance to own a tangible piece of the Invincible saga.

The PX Previews Exclusive “Think Mark” Funko Pop! Moment is now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)

One of the most iconic scenes from “Invincible” is the “Think, Mark!” moment. This scene occurs during a pivotal confrontation between Mark and his father, Omni-Man.

Omni-Man reveals shocking truths about his origins, race, the Viltrumites, and their plans for Earth. He tries to persuade Mark to join his cause, but Mark resists.

The scene escalates into a violent and emotional clash, with Omni-Man dominating and severely injuring Mark. Amidst this, Omni-Man demands Mark to think about why he’s resisting and what he hopes to save, shouting, “Think, Mark!”

This moment encapsulates the series’ themes of power, identity, and the complex relationship between father and son.

The “Think, Mark!” scene quickly gained popularity and became a meme on the internet. It’s used in various contexts, often humorously, to represent a moment of realization or point out a situation’s obviousness or absurdity.

The dramatic intensity of the scene makes it a perfect template for meme creators, who have adapted it to fit a wide range of scenarios, from everyday situations to commentary on social and political issues.

The meme’s popularity has contributed to the broader recognition of “Invincible” and helped establish it as a significant entry in adult-oriented superhero stories.

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Funko Pop! Animation – Invincible: “Think Mark” Funko Pop! Moment Vinyl Figure, a PX Previews Exclusive

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