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Iron Maiden’s Eddie joins Funko’s Pop! Rocks range

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Toy manufacturer Funko have been adding some of the world’s best-loved musicians to their Pop! Rocks range over the last few years.

Artists including Def Leppard (opens in new tab)Rob ZombieKissMetallicaGuns N’ Roses, Jimi Hendrix, Lemmy, Ozzy Osbourne, Johnny Rotten, Dee Dee and Johnny Ramone, Babymetal, Kurt Cobain, Elton John and the Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia have all graced the lineup.

But there’s been someone missing from the action – not a musician, but one of rock’s most recognisable characters. That’s right – it’s Iron Maiden (opens in new tab) mascot Eddie. Thankfully, the team at Funko have decided to right this wrong and they’ll be releasing four flavours of Eddie in the not too distant future.

The four figures take their inspiration from the first four Iron Maiden albums, so prepare for Pop! Iron Maiden Eddie, Pop! Killers Eddie, Pop! Number Of The Beast Eddie, and Pop! Piece Of Mind Eddie.

There’s no release date yet, but let’s hope they’re out in time for Christmas. Check out all four below.

Last week, it was revealed that Maiden had teamed up with West Ham United for the Die With Your Boots On collaboration (opens in new tab) which sees the band's logo represented on the shirts of the Premier League side.

Iron Maiden will extend The Legacy Of The Beast tour into 2020 and will also headline the UK’s Download festival next summer.

Iron Maiden: Trooper - The Collection (opens in new tab)
Iron Maiden and Robinsons Brewery are celebrating selling 25 million pints of Trooper beer since its launch in 2013 with this 12 bottle pack. Six different beers are included, so there's plenty to share as the festive season approaches.

Iron Maiden: A Matter Of Life And Death - Collector’s Edition (opens in new tab)
The latest Collector’s Edition in Iron Maiden’s Studio Collection Remastered series comes with a 1:24 scale figure of Eddie and a bonus patch.

Iron Maiden: The Legacy Of The Beast 2020 tour
May 01: Perth RAC Arena, Australia
May 03: Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Australia
May 05: BrisbanecEntertainment Centre, Australia
May 07: Sydney Qudos Bank Arena, Australia
May 11: Melbourne Rod Laver Arena, Australia
May 19: Tokyo Ticket Pia Arena, Tokyo, Japan
May 20: Tokyo Ticket Pia Arena, Tokyo, Japan
May 22: Osaka Venue TBA, Japan
Jun 09: Bremen Buergerweide, Germany
Jun 10: Cologne Rehein-Energie-Stadium, Germany
Jun 13: Download Festival, UK
Jun 18: Dessel Graspop Festival, Belgium
Jun 20: Copenhagen Copenhell, Denmark
Jun 23:  Berlin Waldbuehne, Germany
Jun 25: Oslo Tons of Rock Festival, Norway
Jun 27: Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium, Sweden
Jun 30: St Petersburg Ice Palace, Russia
Jul 02: Moscow VTB Arena, Russia
Jul 11: Paris La Defense, France
Jul 18: Stuttgart Mercedes-Benz Arena, Germany
Jul 23: Lisbon Estadio Nacional, Portugal
Jul 25: Barcelona Olympic Stadium, Spain

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