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Felix Joins the Clone Club as a New ORPHAN BLACK Funko POP! Vinyl

Felix Joins the Clone Club as a New ORPHAN BLACK Funko POP! Vinyl

Funko has already released several of those adorable and (slightly creepy) Pop! vinyl dolls based on characters from BBC America’s Orphan Black. The figures include lead clone Sarah Manning, adorable ex-assassin Helena, soccer mom Alison Hendrix, and scientific genius Cosima, plus two different versions or Rachel Duncan, one all glammed up and holding a cocktail, and the other with a pencil shoved into her eye, because who doesn’t want to relive that moment?

Well, as most fans of the show are well aware, Clone Club isn’t really complete without Sarah’s adopted brother Felix Dawkins, or just “Fee” for short (or even better, as Helena refers to him, “Sestrah-Brother”). Funko has just announced that Felix will be joining the family of mouthless little dolls, so he can hang out right along with his sisters on your desk.

Since Felix is a painter on the show, his vinyl doll has him in his painter’s apron, holding a little brush in his hand. Of course, the way Felix really makes money on the show so he can afford that spacious loft everyone is always hanging out/avoiding the authorities in is by being a hustler, which to be honest, seems to be more of his primary occupation. Which really makes me wish there was an ass-less chaps version of the Felix figure, but I guess that’s just a tad too risque for something that’s going to be sitting in someone’s cubicle somewhere. Maybe as an exclusive variant? I’m just putting it out there, Funko. Someone besides me is bound to buy it.

The Felix Dawkins figure won’t be available until September 2015, but you can pre-order it now by clicking on this link,

HT: Entertainment Earth

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