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Bethesda Mystery Minis Are Coming Your Way

Bethesda Mystery Minis Are Coming Your Way

Funko has done a pretty solid job creating toys so unique, and so fun to collect, that fans find it all but impossible to refuse buying the latest dolls. That might just be me, though…

If you’re in the same boat of being Funko obsessed, I’ve got some bad news for your wallet (but some GREAT news for your collection): Funko announced on their blog that they are releasing a new line of mystery minis designed after Bethesda’s greatest games. Each box will contain a main character, companion, or villain from some of our faves like Fallout, DOOM, Dishonored, Elder Scrolls, and more. When you grab one of these mystery minis, you can expect to get anything from a dragon to a vault-dweller, or even creepy ol’ Boxhead.

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Of course, since each box is Bethesda-themed rather than organized by a specific game, you might have to buy a few before you find the specific figures you’re looking for. As if you needed another reason to buy more of these things, right? However, if you’re really itching for something Fallout-specific, Funko is also releasing a Pocket Pop! Keychain modeled after T-60 Power Armor.

So get ready to make some space on your keychain and your shelves for some new, rad Bethesda toys! When can you expect to find these new Funko collectibles in stores and online? The minis and the keychain will be available this July–plenty of time to save up to catch ’em all, right?

Do you collect Funko dolls? Which are your favorites? Do you prefer the full-size toys or do you like the mystery minis more? Tell us all about your collection in the comments!

Image credit: Funko.com

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