Funko Unveils Their Fun New SDCC 2022 Exclusives

It looks like Christmas is coming early, as Funko unveiled their special Funkoville setup for San Diego Comic Con 2022 and convention exclusives.
Funko Funkoville SDCC

It looks like Christmas is coming early for Funko and its Funatics. Funko not only unveiled their special Funkoville setup for San Diego Comic Con 2022, they also revealed their line of SDCC 2022 convention exclusives.

Funkoville will act as the collectible company’s massive booth experience for SDCC, situated at Booth #5341, Booth #5137, and Booth #5145. It will be an immersive miniature city and Funko neighborhood featuring a movie theater, grocery store, diner, Loungefly boutique, and the Mondo store. Oh, that’s right, in case you didn’t know, Funko recently acquired Mondo, the high-end collectible company. The acquisition was announced earlier this week.


Funko will have a heavy presence at Comic-Con. Besides the Funkoville booth, there will be a Hall H panel, featuring celebrity guests Rosario Dawson (Star Wars Ahsoka), Simu Liu (Marvel’s Shang-Chi), and William Zabka (Cobra Kai). You can get a look at a special preview of the unique booth, courtesy of the mascot, Freddy, below:


San Diego Comic-Con 2022 - Funko Shared Retail Exclusives

However, we haven’t even gotten to the best part. Funko has unveiled its slate of exclusive collectibles for SDCC 2022. They include Pop Vinyl figures, Vinyl Soda figures, Loungefly bags, shirts, and more. It’s an extensive group of collectibles this year across fan-favorite comics, cartoons, movies, television shows, anime, and more.

Fans of Transformers will be happy to see a Jumbo Sized Pop! for the iconic 1986 The Transformers: The Movie villain, Unicron. If you’re a fan of the Sonic the Hedgehog game series, there’s a Limited Edition Pop Vinyl figure for Super Sonic. There’s Serpentor for the G.I. Joe series, America Chavez from Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles dressed as Power Rangers from their recent crossover, DC Comics hero Starfire, the creepy Young-hee doll as a Super-Sized Pop from Netflix’s Squid Game, Marvel Gamer-verse Spider-Man 2099, The Penguin in his duck car from Batman Returns, and so much more. Here’s an overall gallery look at the SDCC 2022 shared retail exclusive items:

Now if you are attending this year’s SDCC, there is some important information to know regarding the booth. More details on how to gain booth entry are not yet available and will be announced soon. So, keep an eye on the collectible company’s official website for more announcements.

In the past, there have been lotteries to purchase exclusive items on There will not be an online lottery this year to purchase exclusives on the website. Some of the select shared exclusives will be available to the public on Thursday, July 21 on the official website and via the Funko HQ Everett and Hollywood stores. More details on the shared retailer websites and stores will be released later on.

Also, here’s a more detailed list of the shared exclusive items for SDCC 2022:

  • Pop Ad Icons #155 Toucan with Guitar
  • Pop Ad Icons #156 Toucan Pirate
  • Pop Boruto Naruto Next Generation #1159 Cho-Cho
  • Pop Loki #1063 Miss Minutes GITD
  • Pop Peacemaker #1260 Peacemaker with Peace Sign
  • Pop Squid Game #1257 Young-Hee Doll 6″
  • Pop Stranger Things – Demogorgon GITD Bag Bundle
  • Pop Ted Lasso #1258 Ted Lasso
  • Pop TMNT x Power Rangers #105 Donatello
  • Soda DC Comics – Larfleeze
  • Soda Fantastik Plastik – Otto
  • Soda Guardians of the Galaxy – Star-Lord
  • Soda Hanna Barbera – Huckleberry Hound Blacklight
  • Soda Lord of the Rings – Bilbo Baggins
  • Soda Virtual Singer – Hatsune Miku
  • Pop Spider-Man GamerVerse #1059 Spider-Man 2099
  • Pop My Hero Academia #1161 Gran Torino
  • Pop Moon Knight #1093 Scarlet Scarab
  • Pop South Park #36 Digital Stan GITD
  • Pop Attack on Titan #1170 Queen Historia
  • Pop Pokemon – Charmander (Metallic)
  • Pop Batman Returns Rides #288 The Penguin and Duck Ride
  • Pop Dragon Ball Z #1162 Goku (Driving Exam)
  • Pop G.I. Joe #107 Serpentor
  • Pop Jujutsu Kaisen #1163 Yuki Itadori with Slaughter Demon
  • Pop Star Wars #548 Krrsantan Flocked
  • Pop Transformers #103 Unicron Jumbo
  • Skateboard Deck – Deku – My Hero Academia
  • Pop Demon Slayer #1158 Enmu
  • Pop Disney Classics #1215 Bambi
  • Pop Justice League #438 Starfire
  • Pop Marvel #1064 Silk
  • Pop Friends #1256 Hugsy the Penguin
  • Pop Loki #1062 He Who Remains
  • Pop Star Wars #534 Cassian Andor
  • Pop Masters of the Universe #106 He-Man
  • Pop TMNT x Power Rangers #104 Leonardo
  • Pop Doctor Strange Multiverse of Madness #1070 America Chavez
  • Pop Parks & Recreation #1259 Jeremy Jamm
  • Pop Sonic the Hedgehog #877 Super Sonic (1st Appearance) GITD
  • Pop Star Wars #533 Purge Trooper
Funko Funkoville Concept art

In terms of the stickers, all shared items that are sold through and retail partners will have the 2022 Summer Convention Exclusive sticker. For fans who are worried about bots stealing their purchases, the collectible company is promising that they’ve invested in a variety of technology, blockers, and processes in order to prevent bot activities in the shopping experience.

Additionally, here’s a look at the exclusive Loungefly bags that will be available at this year’s convention at the Loungefly boutique based on Stranger Things and Disney’s The Corpse Bride:


Thus far, it looks like it’s going to be an exciting year for Funko at Comic-Con and for collectors in general. Some of these exclusives look really exciting, and hopefully, fans will have a decent chance at getting the ones they want.

What do you think of this year’s Funkoville booth and exclusive items for SDCC 2022? Are you planning to go to SDCC to buy any of those? Which ones are your favorite? Let us know what you think on our official Twitter page.




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