The spooky collection contains an exclusive Pennywise (Deadlights) Pop figure, and an "I love Derry" red balloon enamel pin, among others.
Pennywise fans beware, because IT CHAPTER TWO hit the theatres yesterday, September 6. However, the fun actually began a day earlier, on September 5, when Funko and Hot Topic decided to release the spooky clown-inspired collector's box online containing, an exclusive Pennywise (Deadlights) Pop figure that we just cannot stop talking about. The goodies also contain an exclusive Pennywise Mystery Mini (in a tin), a rubber SS Georgie keychain, and thankfully an "I love Derry" red balloon enamel pin, according to Comicbook.com. So if you're interested in adding this to your collection, here's what you can do.
The Hot Topic Exclusive, IT CHAPTER TWO box's sale began online on September 5, 11:30pm EST and ended on September 6, 12:00 am EST. However, if you weren't able to grab you're during this limited time frame, which I am sure many must have missed, you can simply check out eBay, as most of the pieces of the sets including individual Pennywise Deadlights Pop figures will be available here soon.
Another way to get your hands on Funko's exclusive edition is to visit selected Hot Topic stores where they will be selling it, however, you need to work fast because there are a lot of people waiting in line to buy the pop figure and there aren't too many to be sold. Now, coming back to the movie, the wait is finally over. Pennywise who was once defeated by the Losers' Club, will be making his comeback after 27 years, terrorizing the town of Derry once again.
Most of the losers have now moved away from their home town, with the exception of Mike who alerts the rest of them to came back into town after noticing the pattern of missing children once again ater several years. Can they conquer their worst fears, as they did 27 years ago? Can they defeat Pennywise once and for all, who is deadlier than ever?
Reviewing the movie, Brandon Davis from Comicbook.com wrote: "Every thread leads to a third act culminating a near three-hour movie with some spectacle that’s hard to stay too invested in or get scared by when you might find yourself checking your watch. The final moments are clouded with CGI and flashing lights which, for some, might come with scares while, for others, it ends up losing a bit of the terror."
"Fortunately, a surprising amount of heart is added to the finale, and the overall experience with the follow-up warrants the price of admission. Certain story points should have been expanded upon rather than others being scattered across the second act but director Andy Muschietti and company have crafted something fans of the first will get a kick out of, even if they aren’t as enamored with It as they were in 2017," he added.