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For Funko's Jaws SDCC Exclusive, You're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat

Funko celebrates the 44th anniversary of Jaws with its very own exclusive Pop! toy, only available at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Through Entertainment Earth, the Pop! vinyl recreates a noteworthy scene from Steven Spielberg's horror movie, making you quote the famous line, "We're going to need a bigger boat!"

Revealed on the official Funko website, the Pop! Movies line will feature popular characters from such cult favorites like The Office, Teen Wolf, Starship Troopers and more. In the tribute to Jaws, the exclusive POP! figure will display Quint inside the mouth of the hungry shark.

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During the climatic finale of Jaws, the shark turns the table on its hunters and uses its immense strength to flip the entire boat over. With its immense size, the shark plants itself on top, forcing the lop-sided boat to lean over. Unable to grab and hold onto something, Quint (Robert Shaw) starts to fall straight into the shark's mouth.

The captions states, "Whatever you do, don’t go in the water! Celebrate the 1975 classic film that continues to terrify beachgoers 44 years later with a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive 6” Pop! Jaws eating shark hunter Quint."

SDCC attendees will be able to recreate Quint's death scene with their 6" super-sized Pop! toy. The shark’s open mouth is drenched in Quint’s blood inside the collectible box. With a prop in his hand, Quint fights back during the attack with his bloody machete.

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During Comic-Con International, Funko will also release a new Dark Knight Pop! figurine, based on the DC Black Label miniseries, Batman: Damned. Attendees will also be able to get their hands on some Marvel Pop! figures, including Gamora and Man-Thing.

Comic-Con International in San Diego runs Thursday, July 18 through Sunday, July 21.

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