We are back, with what is. sadly, the last box in the Funko DC Legion of Collectors Box. The final box features the emerald protectors of all 3600 Sectors of the Universe, the Green Lantern Corps. So, don’t be a “poozer” and read on as we look into the box!.
The cover features the silhouette of Green Lantern Hal Jordan on the box. The Legion of Collectors logo is there, as always. Moving on.
The liner features some Silver-Age artwork, featuring Kilowog, Hal Jordan and Sinestro in his classic outfit and in his Green Lantern duds. Once again, it looks nice.
No patch or pin this time. The t-shirt is this black Green Lantern shirt, featuring Hal, John Stewart and Guy Gardner flying out front, with other Green Lanterns hanging in the background. The art gives me an early 90’s vibe, I’d say around the Green Lantern: Mosaic era (mostly because there is no Kyle Rayner.) It also looks like Hal has grey in his hard, as he did in the comics at that time. It’s a good shirt and the not pop style is appreciated.
We also get this lantern-shaped stress toy. It is fairly squeezeable and can be used as you worry over how you’ll get your DC pop vinyl fix without the subscription.
Next, we get this set of Green Lantern Pint-Sized heroes. We get these ridiculously cute version of main GL Hal Jordan and his arch-nemesis Sinestro. Sinestro is even in his modern Sinestro/Yellow Lantern uniform. These always give be a Fisher-Price Little People vibe, which, to be honest, is a bit weird. Still, more nic-nacs for your shelf.
For the last Pops in this subscription, we get a three pack! We get three Green Lanterns; Ch’p, Guy Gardner, and Kilowog. Each figure is a different sculpt and size, which gives you three unique Green Lantern Pops for your collection. I was personally hoping for a Ch’p pop and Funko came through. You got to love a sentient chipmunks wielding a power ring!
This box is what a Green Lantern Corp box should be. With so many different, unique characters showing up in the comics over 60 years, the only way they do the box wrong was to only focus on Hal Jordan and Sinestro. Both Guy Gardner and Kilowog have their fans and Ch’p was too of a unique character to not make into a Pop. The shirt, stress toy and Pint-Sized heroes were all great, but the Pops make the box, as it should be.
Sadly, this is the last box in the Legion of Collectors subscription. You can go to https://legionofcollectors.com/ to find out more, but they haven’t really said what the next step is. Those who had a subscription can log in and buy this or any other box that they have left in stock. Supplies are limited, though.
This Review is for entertainment purposes only. I have not received anything from Funko, DC, or Warner Bros for doing this review. The item was purchased with my own funds. All opinions are mine and any pictures taken are for review purposes only.