Funko Pop The Matrix Resurrections Figures

Funko Pop The Matrix Resurrections Figures

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Funko Pop The Matrix Resurrections offers figures for the fourth film in the franchise. Once again, Neo, Morpheus and Trinity lead the way.

Picking up 20 years after The Matrix Revolutions, The Matrix Resurrections features Keanu Reeves as Thomas Anderson (Neo) and Carrie-Anne Moss as Tiffany (Trinity). Yahya Abdul-Mateen II replaces Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus.

Just like with the original Funko Pop The Matrix set, all three are treated to vinyl likenesses in Funko Pop The Matrix Resurrections. While the all-black ensembles are similar, Neo sticks out the most given his long hair and beard. The glow-in-the-dark code version at Books-A-Million is particularly eye-catching.

Trinity looks more or less the same, adding a long coat this time, but Morpheus' suits seem even more colorful.

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The final option in the initial lineup is The Analyst, who is holding a black cat. Played by Neil Patrick Harris, he is the therapist for Thomas Anderson.

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Funko Pop The Matrix Resurrections Figures Checklist

1172 Neo
1172 Neo GITD - BAM!
1173 Trinity
1174 Morpheus
1175 Morpheus - Target
1176 The Analyst - Walmart

Estimated Release Date: January 2022

Funko Pop The Matrix Resurrections Figures Gallery

1172 Neo

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1172 Neo with Code Glow-in-the-Dark - Books-A-Million

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1173 Trinity

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1174 Morpheus

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1175 Morpheus - Target

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1176 The Analyst - Walmart

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