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Pop culture collectible brand Funko released a new line of collectible BTS vinyl figures for their Pop! Rocks collection back in July, which has featured music industry legends from Prince to K.I.S.S. While preorders took place over the summer, they’re finally in-stock — but selling out fast.
The collection sees the members of the mega-popular Korean group — Jin, RM, SUGA, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook — reimagined as colorful 3 3/4-inch vinyl figures. Though BTS have been immortalized in Funko form before, this latest wave of Funko Pops feature designs inspired by the band’s Grammy-nominated English-language single and music video for “Dynamite.”
All seven individual figures in the collection are available on Amazon and Walmart, including a seven-pack Walmart exclusive with every member. The line also includes miniaturized Pop keychains, great for attaching to backpacks and bags if you don’t want a full-sized figure, so you can be a shine through the city (or anywhere, really) with a little funk and soul.
“It is clear that the BTS fanbase is insatiable when it comes to getting enough of their favorite band,” Lauren Winarski, Director of Licensing & Brand Strategy at Funko tells Rolling Stone. “We’re ecstatic to continue serving that fandom with a new line of BTS Pop!”
Funko had previously partnered with BTS on a collection of figures inspired by “DNA.” Each wave has included iconic inspiration from outfits (and the ever-changing hairstyles) from the group’s respective music videos.
It’s been a busy few months for BTS, who recently celebrated their eight-year anniversary with a special two-day streaming event, Muster Sowoozoo, as well as appearing on Rolling Stone’s June cover. This Funko release is also the latest partnership for the group, who have had collections with brands ranging from Casetify, to Samsung, Louis Vuitton, and even McDonald’s.
The latest BTS Funko Pop figures are limited edition, and preorders have finished up before this September release. As with all BTS merch, they’re expected to sell out fast, so make sure to pick them up while they’re still available online. See the full selection at Walmart.com.