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NEW Moon Knight: Steven Grant and Marc Spector Funko Pops
Funko revealed today another Funko addition to the Moon Knight’s MCU Disney+ series!
Moon Knight, starring Oscar Isaac, is heading for its final stretch on Disney+ and the fourth episode has some unexpected twists and, of course, many questions for Marvel fans who are following the adventure of Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac).
The series is taking the world by storm, so it’s no surprise that there are now Funkos to celebrate the Oscar Isaac-led series. Here are the pop figures unveiled today:
- Moon Knight: Steven Grant Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Moon Knight: Marc Spector Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
Steven Grant and Marc Spector Funko Pops are now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)
In Moon Knight, we follow Steven Grant, a museum gift store clerk who discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with mercenary Marc Spector.
As enemies converge on them, he must delve deeper into their complex identities while becoming caught up in a mystery involving the mighty gods of Egypt.
At the end of the fourth episode of Moon Knight, Layla (May Calamawy) and Steven Grant (Isaac) are being hunted by Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke) and his men at the lost tomb of Alexander the Great – which is apparently where the stone statue of Ammit resides.
Steven leaves Marc Spector briefly, only for him to be shot by Arthur and fall into a pool of water, with his supposed death.
But it doesn’t stop there, as he wakes up as a patient in a mental hospital, on TV playing an Indiana Jones-style movie named after Steven Grant’s hero.
Soon he sees an unnamed patient, who is actually Layla, as well as Donna, Steven’s boss at the British Museum.
To make matters worse, he encounters Arthur Harrow, who is apparently Marc Spencer’s psychologist – meaning he would be in a psychiatric hospital because of dissociative identity disorder.
He escapes through the corridors and finds a sarcophagus, with his other personality, Steven Grant, with the two of them trying to escape the place together. Another surprise comes in the last scene, with the appearance of a giant hippopotamus.
To begin with, although this seems like an invention of Marc/Steven’s mind, or even a drug-induced hallucination in the psychiatric hospital as one of the doctor’s claims, it is Taweret, an Egyptian goddess of fertility and protector of mothers and children.
The credits interrupt Marc and Steven’s frightened screams, and “The Tomb” ends.
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