Discover the action figures of Pulp Fiction
In 1994, Quentin Tarantino directed his second film, which is still considered the most notorious and impressive of all. Pulp Fiction, literally meaning "Railway Station Novel", is a representation of the imagination of its author, a patchwork where all the themes dear to Tarantino have been linked to each other to give rise to an extraordinary spectacle where the macabre and the sordid are mixed with a semblance of magic and sinister burlesque.
The story of Pulp Fiction cannot be described enough in the sense that it is quite tangled between all its plots. During this journey, we will follow three main adventures where the characters will get mixed up with each other at a certain point. Whether it's Jules and Vincent, Marcellus Wallace's two killers, or Butch, a boxer who has decided not to go to bed in spite of what Marcellus Wallace has ordered him to do, each of them will follow their own storyline. It is not a stationary novel that is narrated, but three in one, with a common universe and characters.
During the adventures of Pulp Fiction, we find everything that relates to a certain idea of the black and criminal novel, but adapted to the sauce Quentin Tarantino. Blood is the order of the day, drama is the order of the day, but the whole thing is mixed with a sense of the improbable lost between the bizarre and the horrific.
Pulp Fiction is an update of the film noir, even a category of its own. The humor is black but very present. We don't dare to laugh at it because the subject is so serious or surprising - Marvin's death is a perfect example - but we appreciate these moments where the tension mixes with a lightness that is unexpected. Without warning, we often go from a peaceful moment to an accident. Because of a simple watch, because of a bump in the road while driving, or because a character was in the bathroom at the wrong time, the fate of the characters in Pulp Fiction will change completely.
Very inspired by the universe of Elmore Leonard's crime novels - of which he even adapted a novel with Jackie Brown - Quentin Tarantino stages main and secondary characters of incomparable richness; at the same time shabby and fascinating for many of them, who we will find both realistic and out of this world. A film as impressive as Pulp Fiction, therefore, had to have its own Funko POP collection as a phenomenon of contemporary cinema.
The Pulp Fiction collection, then, will feature a host of characters - not all of them, as there are many - whose improbable and bloody journeys the film has narrated. The details will be there and, according to the accessories that each of them will wear, you will guess in which precise scene the character was represented.
All the folklore of the film and all its greatness will be beautifully reproduced thanks to the Funko POP Pulp Fiction collection and its legendary characters. Characters that you will enjoy to have in your home decoration in order to mark how much you loved a movie as qualitative as legendary.
All the Pulp Fiction POP figures
POP Butch Coolidge (Bloody)
Butch is one of the main characters in Pulp Fiction, and part of the script makes him one of the main characters, along with Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield. It should be noted that Butch Coolidge, aSee the POP
POP Vincent Vega
Vincent Vega, unlike his colleague Jules, will have given his last name to the audience during the film. The most attentive and unconditional fans of Quentin Tarantino's filmography will remember theSee the POP
POP Jules Winnfield
The characters of Pulp Fiction have each a very marked personality, especially very striking and no two of them are similar. Samuel L. Jackson, playing the character of Jules in Pulp Fiction, marks hiSee the POP
Jimmie, during the events of Pulp Fiction, is not a capital character in the plot, however, he is one of those typical characters of Elmore Leonard's novels - of which Tarantino is a big fan - both shSee the POP
Franchise of Funko POP Pulp Fiction
POP collection Pulp Fiction has 7 figures 🎉. The first figurine of the collection came out in August 2013, it was the one of Mia Wallace while the last figurine put on sale by Funko for this series is Butch Coolidge (Bloody) (which came out in February 2015). This franchise, under the licence of Miramax LLC doesn't include (yet) any chase figure. Please note that this franchise does not have multipack (several action figures sold together).
On the price side, the most expensive Pulp Fiction POP 💰 (according to our estimation) is Vincent Vega (Bloody), estimated at 400.00$. On the other side, the cheapest POP action figure of Pulp Fiction 🤑, estimated at 85.00$ is Butch Coolidge (Bloody).