Here’s where you can get an exclusive Funko Pop of the Mandalorian
It’s already a best-seller.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has been reigning supreme at the box office since its release two weeks ago, and the latest film addition to the Star Wars franchise isn’t the only thing topping charts. Merchandise from Star Wars spin-off series The Mandalorian has been a constant on best-seller lists, especially for items related to Baby Yoda. However, Jon Favreau’s hit Disney+ series has spawned more fan favorites than just the Child, and one such is the Mandalorian himself.
So popular is Pedro Pascal’s bounty hunter that a Funko Pop of Mando has been the Amazon Toys and Games category’s best-seller for weeks. Luckily, this Amazon-exclusive doll is still available, and you can order one right now for $15.
Buy it! $15 on amazon.com
The 3.5-inch Funko Pop shows Mando (or shall we say Din Djarin?) in a chrome helmet with his Amban sniper rifle. It won’t be released until February 23, but you can still order the figurine now to get it delivered as soon as it becomes available. However, don’t worry if you can’t wait that long: It’s not the only merchandise related to the series’ protagonist.
Funko has also released a deluxe figurine of The Mandalorian riding Blurrg, his tamed beast, as well as one of him holding his rifle while wearing a dark gray helmet. Aside from Funko Pops, there are plenty of t-shirts in Amazon’s official Star Wars store, including one that depicts the scene where Mando discovers Baby Yoda in his floating crib and another showing the two in the cockpit of the Razor Crest, Mando’s spaceship.
Buy it! $32.99 on amazon.com
You can find even more official merchandise from The Mandalorian on Amazon now, along with other coveted Star Wars items. And considering how popular Amazon’s exclusive Funko Pop of The Mandalorian is, we suggest ordering one as soon as you can to avoid missing out.
This article originally appeared on People.com
The live-action Star Wars series follows a lone Mandalorian gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy.