Deadpool 2 is coming to home video and hands down, my favorite part of that movie is whenever Domino is on screen! The lucky Mutant Neena Thurman aka Domino, first appeared in Marvel Comics X-Force #8 in March of 1992, created by Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld. As luck would have it, we recently got our hands on a Marvel Deadpool Domino Funko Pop! This Pop! figure is based on Domino’s Comic Book look and as of yet, there is no Movie version figure. Here’s the official image from Funko:
“Domino. I’m lucky.“
Here are some pictures I took of the Marvel Deadpool (series) Domino Funko Pop! This first set of pics showcase the Pop! box the figure is contained in. The window display box is numbered 315 and the back of the box features Domino with three other Marvel characters from this series: Cable, Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead. Take a look at the front, right, left and back of the box:
“God, I wish I finished college.“
This next set of pictures focus on the Pop! vinyl figure taken out of the box. The Domino Funko Pop! is a bobble-head and also uses a clear, circular display stand for displaying out of the box. Take a look at the front, left side of the figure, right side of the figure and the back in the following picture set:
“Isn’t that a little derivative?”
Domino is posed with one hand on her hip and the other hand ready to draw her weapon. She’s wearing her all black suit and has her blue mark around her eye. There is some nice detail to her hair sculpt, and it looks like even more attention to was given to the details on her suit.
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Domino Funko Pop!
This Domino Funko Pop! is a great looking Pop! The simple Funko design really lends itself to the essence of this character. I particularly like the pose and attention to detail on her suit. I really like this figure, but I hope they come out with a movie accurate Pop! figure of Domino as well. Really going to have to nitpick to find anything wrong with this Pop! 5 Lucky Stars.