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NEW Spider-Man: No Way Home Funko Pops! (2022) - Wave 2
With a marvelous collection comes great responsibility. This is something that every collector knows very well… which is why it’s time to add new Spider-Man: No Way Home Funko Pops – Wave 2 to the collection. It also happens they look fantastic!
After months of waiting, Spider-Man: No Way Home has arrived in theaters. The new adventure of Marvel’s hero has become one of the most anticipated films of this year thanks to several factors ranging from the presence of old villains and the quite shocking hook left at Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) finale.
The film became a success for bringing nostalgia and novelty together in an incredible motion picture. Now that the film is among us, what about relieving some of its best moments? Here’s the Spider-Man: No Way Home Wave 2 Funko pops list:
- Green Goblin Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Spider-Man Finale Suit Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Electro Finale Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Doctor Strange Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Doctor Ock Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Andrew Garfield Leaping Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Tobey MacGuire Leaping Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Tom Holland Leaping Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- MJ With Box Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Doctor Octopus With Chase Variant Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Exclusive
- Electro GITD Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Exclusive
- Green Goblin Unmasked Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Exclusive
- Green Goblin Metallic Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Exclusive
- Matt Murdock with Brick Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
- Spider-Men Black and Gold With Chase Variant Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Exclusive
- Spider-Man 3- Pack Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures
Spider-Man: No Way Home Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures – Wave 2 is an unconfirmed release. It is only official when or if Funko announces it. I’ll update more information in the long run.
Spider-Man: No Way Home arrived on the big screen and exceeded all expectations, driving the fans crazy, pulling tears, screams, and applause from those who, like me, were carried away by all the emotions that the film gives us.
But it doesn’t stop there. Besides the exceptional script, the incredible special effects, and the exquisite performances, the entire movie was an excellent “fan service,” full of “Easter Eggs” and references to the previous productions of the franchise.
The return of the villains from the old movies was one of the film’s highlights. Seeing them in the cinema after so many years was an incredible experience. Not only did three of the villains from Sam Raimi’s trilogy appear, we still had two from Mark Webb’s sequel:
- Alfred Molina’s Dr. Octopus;
- Green Goblin reprised by Willem Dafoe – even crazier and more psychopathic looking;
- Sandman lived by Thomas Haden Church;
- Lizard personified by Rhys Ifans;
- Electro by the legendary Jamie Foxx.
The simple reprise of these roles would already be something extraordinary. Still, the film went beyond and gave us some excellent references:
- Molina repeats his iconic line, “The power of the sun, in the palm of my hand.”
- Dafoe also repeats one of his lines from the original film (which wasn’t so memorable by itself but ended up becoming a great meme), “I’m a scientist too;” and
- The scene of the first encounter of Tom Holland’s spider with Electro, when the spider says he’s seeing a blue guy, recalling the controversial blue color of Foxx’s character in his previous film.
Still talking about the villains, another reference the movie brings is the adaptations of the Green Goblin and Electro’s looks. The “new” looks may be different from what we saw in the previous films, but they are reminiscent of the originals from the comics.
By ditching the helmet and adopting a scarf, Dafoe brought back the shade of purple to the costume. Likewise, the golden rays on Foxx’s face during the final battle imitate Electro’s mask.
The film also had more familiar faces returning. J.K. Simmons reprises his role as J. Jonah Jameson, now as a reporter for the Daily Bugle, and this time he gained more prominence during the film as the hero’s frequent antagonist.
Another who returned was Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock, making his MCU debut. Cox had only a few minutes of screen time, but it was enough to give fans hope of seeing Daredevil in the upcoming films.
Last but not least, another return that delighted fans was the dumb robot DUM-E who appeared in the first Iron Man movies. The clumsy sidekick is now in Happy Hogan’s house and doesn’t seem to have lost his good humor.
Check Out Spider-Man: No Way Home Wave 1 here.
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