She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Funko Pops Continue With Titania
It’s a new week for Funko’s Pop figure releases based on Wonder Studios’ She-Hulk: Attorney at Law series, which broadcasted its fifth episode “Mean, Green, and Straight Filled These Jeans” on Disney+ this week. The episode was stacked with the villain Titania (Jameela Jamil), and fans were about it. So, it’s no surprise that Titania takes Funko Pop the all important focal point with a new figure that you can pre-request here at Entertainment Earth currently (free US shipping on orders $39+ using the code FALLFREE22 at checkout).
Pre-orders for the episode 3 She-Hulk Wong Funko Pop are also live here at Entertainment Earth . It is definitely the best looking figure in the She-Hulk wave to date thanks to the addition of the entrance. A breakdown of the rest of the ongoing She-Hulk Funko Pop lineup can be found underneath.
Given the events of episode 2, it’s no surprise that the villain Emil Blonsky/Abomination (Tim Roth) was the Funko Pop release for the episode. The Abomination Funko Pop is accessible to pre-request here at Entertainment Earth and here on Amazon. The first flood of She-Hulk Pop figures include Jen Walters (Tatiana Maslany), Hulk (Imprint Ruffalo), and Nikki Ramos (Ginger Gonzaga). These normal Pop figures are also accessible to pre-request here at Entertainment Earth and here on Amazon.
The absence of a real She-Hulk Pop figure this late in the game doesn’t check out, however Hasbro and Disney take care of you with figures based on Tatiana Maslany’s Hulked-out Jennifer Walters character. Hasbro’s Wonder Legends figure looks especially fantastic with a spot-on head sculpt. If by some stroke of good luck they included an alternate angry head – it would have been great. The Disney She-Hulk figure is really a 12-inch doll, so you have that choice as well. There’s a She-Hulk for everybody.
“I think individuals get Jen diversely when’s She-Hulk than they do Jen Walters,” Maslany told ComicBook about the star attorney’s transformation into a green-skinned superhero. “And that’s something that Jen, I think feeds off of in a way that she does get, you know, a little hit of certainty. It’s enjoyable to be looked at that way. However at that point at the same time, I feel like she also has a deceitful sort of feeling around it. Or on the other hand she doesn’t totally feel like she can claim that and that individuals probably won’t be looking at her, however looking at just She-Hulk.”
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is streaming on Disney+ now. The show has been a hit with critics and fans, including our own Jenna Anderson who writes:
“Anchored by Maslany’s mesmerizing and masterful performance, the series is unafraid to be genuinely authentic, joyously strange, and tremendously shrewd in a way that’s electrifying to watch.”