Funko Pop! South Park: The Stick of Truth
Funko has gathered a whole load of the characters from this epic 90s cartoon and popped them on a wicked South Park: The Stick of Truth Funko Pops wave. A great way to express your fan ‘authoritah’. Inspired by the epic game here’s the latest reveals:
- High Elf King Kyle Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Paladin Butters Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Ranger Stan Marshwalker Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Grand Wizard Cartman Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- South Park Elementary w/PC Principal Funko Pop! Town Vinyl Figure
Rude, lewd, and totally shrewd – I just love South Park! Who is your favorite South Park character? It can be pretty hard to pick when each one is so unique!
South Park: The Stick of Truth is an RPG for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC inspired by the famous animated TV series. The game is designed to be an extension of the cartoon, with all the main characters and several homages and references for fans.
The South Park: The Stick of Truth Funko Pops are now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!) They’re expected to be released in stores in September 2021.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is not recommended for those who are easily offended and/or prefer to stay away from sensitive topics such as abortions, anal insertions, or Nazism.
The game, like the series, makes fun of everyone and everything and knows no bounds when it comes to black humor, which in extreme cases can hurt sensibilities. But for those who love the series and understand its humor, The Stick of Truth is a paradise with a decent amount of funny moments from beginning to end.
The game starts out harmlessly as child’s play but gradually grows to epic proportions with completely unexpected plot twists. All the familiar faces are present, in one form or another, and it feels like nothing has been left out. The essence of South Park has been captured in totality and turned into an RPG that doesn’t stand up to the “big boys” but doesn’t look bad either.
We are the new kid on the block, our family has just moved to South Park, and we are ordered by our parents to go and play with other kids. We quickly meet Butters, who in turn introduces us to Cartman, who is disguised as a wizard and invites us to play.
The purpose is to defend the Stick of Truth; whoever holds it is able to control the universe and redefine the rules.
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