Place Your Bets And Play With Your Godzilla Vs. Kong’s Funko Pop

Godzilla vs Kong’s Funko Pop is not just for kids because these products are the perfect collector’s items or gifts for the people in your life who loved the film. Every item is fun, cute, and comes from Funko Pop, 2018’s People’s Choice as Toy of the Year, so you know that the company made them with care and an intricate design. 

If you want to know more about the best Godzilla vs Kong’s Funko Pop and the film the toys Funko Pop based them on, then worry no more because we’ve got you covered. The only thing you have to do is keep scrolling and let us tell you more about the films and the best products you should consider buying.

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Godzilla Vs. King Kong And How it Began

Legendary Pictures unveiled intentions for a shared cinematic universe between Godzilla and King Kong in October 2015, which excited many filmgoers and fans of the two iconic characters. Imagine a film exploring a larger-than-life story shot in Hawaii, Hong Kong, and Australia, with big names attached. No one could have foreseen that a crossover like this would happen, but it did, much to everyone’s delight.

So, What Is Godzilla Vs. King Kong About?

Godzilla vs. Kong is a 2021 American monster film directed by Adam Wingard, who did a good job even if his previous films like Blair Witch, The Guest, Death Note, and You’re Next were a hit or a miss. And if you’ve lost count of the Godzilla and King Kong films coming, it’s only the fourth picture in Legendary’s MonsterVerse. Still, it’s the 36th film in the Godzilla franchise, the 12th film in the King Kong franchise, and the fourth Godzilla film that Hollywood wholly produced.

Godzilla vs. Kong is a sequel to 2017’s Kong: Skull Island and 2019’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters. So, the movie and the success of the direct prequels built the film’s hype, especially after Alexander Skarsgård, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, and Brian Cox signed up for the film. 

The Film Was A Massive Success

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Godzilla vs. Kong’s release became delayed but was available in theaters worldwide on March 24, 2021. Despite the film being available on HBO Max at the same time as its release, it shattered multiple box office records, collecting $468.2 million worldwide against a production budget of $155 to 200 million.

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Nothing to see here except two giant creatures fighting and destroying our city. Source:

The financial success of Godzilla vs. Kong made it the sixth highest-grossing picture of 2021. The film was also a streaming success, with it becoming HBO Max’s most successful film until Mortal Kombat took over the spot. The critical receptions of the film were also mostly positive, with many praising the visual effects and action sequences. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film currently holds an approval rating of 75% from top critics. Unfortunately, audience ratings were only at 59%, but that didn’t stop the film fans from purchasing Godzilla vs Kong’s Funko Pop.

Godzilla vs. Kong’s Funko Pop And Other Merch You Should Consider Getting

Critics and audiences not agreeing with their opinions on films aren’t new, but those who enjoyed the movie know it was well-done and a thrilling watch. If you’ve enjoyed the film and want to get your hands on Godzilla vs. Kong merchandise for yourself or as a gift, here are the ones that will give you your money’s worth:

Fire-Breathing Godzilla

Do you know what would be cooler than Godzilla’s funko pop? It’s a fire-breathing Godzilla funko pop! This one measures 9 centimeters and breathes fire with eyes that are painted blue. It would be an excellent addition to your action figures and toys collection.

Glow In The Dark Godzilla

To make your funko pop collection way cooler than it already is, here is Godzilla’s funko pop glow-in-the-dark version! As if a Godzilla’s funko pop isn’t cool enough, but someone somewhere decided to make this one glow in the dark. It might be a few dollars more expensive, but that glow is worth the extra dollars you’re paying for it.

Neon City King Kong

If you’ve ever wondered what King Kong would look like if he’s purple and as small and cute as an action figure, then here is something that could help you see the monster in a new light and color (pun intended). This King Kong Funko Pop has the gigantic primate giving you his traditional resting growl look and a stance that’s ready to attack any radioactive dinosaur any time.

King Kong With An Axe

We all know that Godzilla is way stronger and that King Kong wouldn’t stand a chance, but maybe – just maybe – the giant primate would stand a chance if he had an ax with him. The movie explored that possibility, and the weapon became an iconic addition to everyone’s favorite Empire State Building-climbing primate.

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Godzilla vs. Kong – Official Trailer

Funko Pop Makes Everything Cute

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Someone’s having a tantrum again! Source: prime1studio

So, now that you’ve seen some of the best Godzilla vs Kong’s Funko Pop, you probably have this realization that the company can make any character look cute with a funko pop version of them. If you doubt that, then just look at the funko-popped version of Dracula and Alien. 
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Leonard hails from the Philippines and works as a freelancer, author, poet, and visual artist. He discovered his passion for writing and painting at an early age, leading him to pursue a degree in Mass Communications. He worked at a few places after college before landing what he thought was a "life-changing" writing career. He was also the lead singer and songwriter for a band. His career as an English teacher, poet, and visual artist took him to Hanoi, Vietnam, in 2018. You can see more of his work on Instagram at @anumalei.