Last Updated on June 25, 2022 by Dexter Roona
Great news Pop Albums fans because Funko has Unveiled a New Queen Flash Gordon Album Funko Pop. Here is everything you need to know about this new release and where you can buy it from.
The new Queen Flash Gordon Album Funko Pop joins the ranks of all the other Funko Albums released and the Queen and Freddy Mercury Funko Pops that are already available.
The Flash Gordon movie soundtrack is Queen’s 9th studio album and one of the most iconic and influential scores in movie history. The album was released on the 8th December 1980 in the Uk. There was a slightly later release in the US (27th of Jan 1981) and was the soundtrack to the film of the same name. It’s an album that truly captures the spirit of ’80s rock yet despite only 2 of the songs carrying lyrics.
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This Queen Flash Gordon Pop Album Figure comes with a protective hard case and includes the album’s Iconic cover art as the backdrop and of course the Freddy Mercury Pop Vinyl Figure.
Everything comes packaged in the familiar Funko window display box making for easy display in or out of the box. The dimensions of the case measure approximately 9 1/4 inches x 8 3/4 inches x 3 1/2 inches. The Pop figure is the standard 3 3/4-inches tall.
Where to buy the new Queen Flash Gordon Album Funko Pop?
This new Queen Flash Gordon Album Funko Pop is available to preorder/purchase from all good online retailers with the best being:
Entertainment Earth (Free delivery on all US orders over $39.99 and mint condition guarantee)
Pop in a Box – Great selection of the very latest Pops released.
Walmart – Pops, Action Figures, and just about anything else you would want.
Amazon – Whatever you want… it’s available on Amaz0n.
eBay – Great online retailer to pick the hard-to-find exclusives and rarities.
The Flash Gordon soundtrack is the home of classic Queen songs including “Flash’s Theme” and “The Hero,”. A movie soundtrack normally just sits alongside the movie and pretty much gets swallowed up by the movie and forgotten but not the Flash Gordon soundtrack.
The opening scene of the movie gives us Queen’s “Flash”. Our hero makes his way through a Zero-G football game. He is pursued by an army of aliens with Freddie’s operatic vocals ringing in our ears.
Grab the popcorn take your seat turn the TV upload and enjoy!