Conan O'Brien Returns to Comic Con with All-New Pop! Vinyl Figures from TBS & Funko
Conan O'Brien will once again be IMMORTALIZED with a set of four Pop! VINYL figures to be available this July, when TBS's late-night series CONAN returns to San Diego for Comic-Con(R) International. Created by Funko for TBS, a division of Turner, this year's collectible figure designs include "Conan as Spider-Man(TM)," "Jedi(TM) Conan," "The Flash(TM) Conan" and "White Walker(TM) Conan." In additi on, there will be a limited-edition figure entitled, "MonoConan," which will only be available through activations & giveaways taking place in San Diego. Watch the announcement video below:
This marks the third year for CONAN at Comic-Con International. In 2015, CONAN became the first late-night series to tape a week of shows in San Diego during Comic-Con, a milestone celebrated with the creation of the first-ever CONAN Pop! VINYL figures. As in past year's, the 2017 CONAN Pop! VINYL figures will be given away to audience members following each San Diego show. While the bulk of the figures will be given away to live show attendees, fans will also have a chance to obtain one of the figures through social activations and sponsor & partner programs. Supplies are limited, and details will be posted on the Comic-Con(R) website.
To promote CONAN's Comic-Con(R) presence, TBS will feature this year's CONAN Pop! VINYL figures extensively in on-air spots and within various off-channel media, including wrapped trolleys and bus shelters. Additional information about CONAN's Comic-Con(R) shows is available at www.teamcoco.com/ComicCon.
About CONAN CONAN airs Monday-Thursday at 11 p.m. (ET/PT) on Turner's TBS, and is produced by Conaco LLC, with Jeff Ross serving as executive producer.
Since premiering in November 2010, the show has been a hit with young adults, consistently delivering the youngest audience of any late-night series. The series has proven to be a phenomenal success in the digital arena, chalking up a total of 3.4 billion video views. On the social media front, O'Brien has drawn well over 23 million followers on Twitter, making him one of the most-followed hosts in late night. Among the show's other successes in digital arena, Team Coco and TBS earned an Emmy(R) for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media.
Over the past two years, CONAN has scored headlines and audience growth with its CONAN Without Borders specials and episodes, which follow the host on excursions to destinations both domestic and foreign. Past trips have included Mexico, Berlin, Cuba, Armenia, South Korea and Qatar, as well as Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, San Diego for shows during Comic-Con(R) International and New York for a run of performances at the legendary Apollo Theater.