Posted by D_Martin on February 17, 2014 at 12:11 AM CST
While the most exciting stuff on display in the Funko booth can be found in the gallery on Cool Toy Review, there are still a few awesome new Star Wars pieces mixed in with everything else. Follow this link to have a closer look and stay tuned as our 2014 International Toy Fair coverage continues.
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