Funko Pop Samurai Jack Figures

Funko Pop Samurai Jack Figures


Collect the powerful warrior and his enemies in Funko Pop Samurai Jack. The Pop! Animation vinyl set begins with only exclusive figures.

Created for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim by Genndy Tartakovsky of Dexter's Laboratory fame, Samurai Jack, voiced by Phil LaMarr, follows the story of the unnamed Japanese prince.

"50 years have passed, but I do not age. Time has lost its effect on me. Yet, the suffering continues. Aku's grasp chokes the past, present and future. Hope is lost. Got to get back, back to the past, Samurai Jack."

The initial Funko Pop Samurai Jack release was a two-pack from 2019 New York Comic Con. It includes the title character and his main adversary, Aku (Mako Iwamatsu/Greg Baldwin). Next came Scaramouche (Tom Kenny), the android assassin, at 2020 San Diego Comic-Con.

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While there's no word on future figures, top possible options include Ashi (Tara Strong), along with the other Daughters of Aku, plus the Scotsman, the Emperor, the Empress and the High Priestess.

Since the first Samurai Jack figure was part of a two-pack, collectors would also likely appreciate a few individual choices.

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Funko Pop Samurai Jack Figures Checklist

836 Scaramouche - 2020 SDCC
988 Demongo - 2021 FunKon
Aku & Samurai Jack - 2019 NYCC


Funko Pop Samurai Jack Figures Gallery

836 Scaramouche - 2020 San Diego Comic-Con / Toy Tokyo

Funko Pop Samurai Jack Figures 1

988 Demongo - 2021 FunKon Summer SDCC

Funko Pop Samurai Jack Figures 2

Aku & Samurai Jack 2-Pack - 2019 New York Comic Con / FunkoShop

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