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Fan-favorite Funko figures come to life in standalone stories set in the worlds of Ghostbusters, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The X-Files, Strawberry Shortcake, and Judge Dredd!
The Funko phenomenon comes to comics!
First, it's massively hysterical when the Funko Ghostbusters face off against an undead ninja to stop the total destruction of the land of the living. Then, when the Funko TMNT figure out there's a Shredder-inspired cereal they go straight to the source to investigate the bad-guy-based breakfast! Meanwhile, in The X-Files, a bevy of talented creators use their heads to seek the truth—and some laughs—with your favorite agents from the Funko Bureau of Investigation. Next, pop on over to Strawberryland with old friends like Blueberry Muffin, Huckleberry Pie, and of course, Funko Strawberry Shortcake! Finally, check out the most adorable Mega-City of all time with Funko Judge Dredd! (Helmet is non-removeable.)
About the Author
John Layman is the creator, writer and letterer of CHEW, the New York Times best-selling, Harvey Award and multi-Eisner Award winning cannibal cop comedy series from Image Comics. Layman was an editor for WildStorm Production and has written or lettered for every major publisher in comics for the last decade and a half. He’s written Cyclops, Detective Comics, Mars Attacks, Godzilla, Aliens, Thundercats, Gambit, Scarface, Red Sonja, Marvel Zombies Vs. Army of Darkness, House of M: Fantastic Four, the Marvel Identity Wars Annuals, Stephen Colbert’s Tek Jansen… and a whole lotta other stuff.
Georgia Ball’s family moved frequently for her father’s refinery career during her early years, living in Houston, Port Arthur and Bellingham, WA before settling in Beaumont again for eight years. She pursued a computer science degree at Georgia Tech, ignored a professor’s suggestion that she move into the scientific writing program and eventually transferred to the Savannah College of Art and Design. In 2010 an editor for Ape Entertainment contacted her and asked her to write for their new Strawberry Shortcake comic book series. Since then she’s published stories for Kung Fu Panda, Fruit Ninja and My Little Pony for IDW. Her latest comic book series, Littlest Pet Shop, was released as a hardcover in December 2014 and the second Littlest Pet Shop hardcover is coming out summer 2015.
"I don't even own a funko pop but enjoyed this Ghostbuster one shot for a quick comic fix. Five out of five stars for fun!" –Comic Crusaders
"The X-Files: Funko Universe one-shot is light and entertaining, and filled with laughably adorable stories that fans of the series will certainly appreciate." –Adventures in Poor Taste