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New SDCC Exclusive Iron Conan As Well As Agent Venom And Agent Anti-Venom POP! Vinyl Figures

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Funko has recently revealed some new Funko POP! exclusive figures. First there is a new 2019 San Diego Comic Con Conan O'Brien exclusive featuring the late nite talk host as Iron Man from Endgame. Then look for an Agent Venom/Agent Anti-Venom POP! Vinyl set to be released as a Pop in a Box exclusive. Check out images for all three below.
 

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Haven't watched his show in a long time.  My guess is that he did some kind of skit or will show a skit this year dressed as Iron Man?  I know he usually does some special shows for SDCC.

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I really like that Venom pop but, what do you mean by ‚ÄúPop in a Box exclusive‚ÄĚ?

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I love how Conan has snuck his way into the comic book industry and nobody noticed. I remember running into Conan in LEGO Batman 3, good times.

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