One of featured sponsors, Nested Universe, is a very cool website that sells collectibles like the Pop! Vinyl Figures. We would like to share some of the latest products NestedUniverse.com sent to us here at The Nerd Stash. Most of these are part of the DC Comics world.
Take a look at this Pop! Figure from the TV series, Arrow:
If you haven’t heard of the show, it is a television series based on the DC Comics character, Green Arrow. The Arrow is the main character is this series and is described on Rotten Tomatoes as “not a superhero but a hero every bit as dangerous as the criminals he’s hunting.” You can own this figure for $9.85* by purchasing it on NestedUniverse.com
Another collectible figure we received was The Flash -PX Previews Pop! Figure #10. This vinyl figure is an exclusive representation of the the DC Universe classic comic hero Barry Allen.
As with most collectibles, there is more than one version of most Comicbook or Superhero characters. Flash is no different! Nested Universe sent us this version from the 2015 Funko Pop! Flash TV Series. It can also be yours for $9.85*!
Tom Cavanaugh plays a character called, Reverse Flash, in the television series The Flash. Nested Universe sent us the Vinyl Pop! Figure that represents this character…Not sure who Reverse Flash is?
Want to see him in action? Watch this battle…Reverse Flash vs. Flash, Firestorm and The Arrow
We truly appreciate Nested Universe sending us some really awesome Pop! Figures from the 2015 series as well as the Heroes series. These vinyl figures come in every shape, size, and character you can imagine! If you’re looking to buy these or other Pop! figures, you should definitely check out Nested Universe.
*DON’T FORGET, when you order, The Nerd Stash readers can save 10% off their first purchase with THENERDSTASH coupon code! What a Deal!
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