Marvel Studios' Loki is off to a phenomenal start, and much of that is owed to the quality world-building that the new Disney+ series is introducing to the MCU while offering enjoyable interactions between many new characters.
The quality dynamic between Tom Hiddleston's God of Mischief and Owen Wilson's Mobius M. Mobius has allowed for the show to reach beyond what audiences are used to in order to present new ideas and crazy adventures.
But despite the chemistry between Hiddleston and Wilson easily being one of the best elements of the new streaming series, several other characters in Loki have stolen the spotlight through the first two episodes, such as Hunter B-15 and the sweet little TVA mascot Miss Minutes.
It seems that Marvel knew that these supporting characters would shine right away as they've made some additions to Loki's merchandise collection.
MISS MINUTES AND MORE TVA GO FUNKO
Following the second installment of Marvel Studios' Loki on Disney+, Marvel has revealed three more characters have been given the Funko treatment: Hunter B-15, Judge Ravonna Renslayer, and the fan-favorite Miss Minutes.
The Miss Minutes Funko "Buddy" along with Judge Renslayer's Vinyl Funko Pop is now available for pre-order here.
The Hunter B-15 Funko figurine comes in a very familiar pose to the character, as she's ready for whatever mayhem she confronts. This Funko Pop! will be an exclusive figure to Amazon online.
Judge Ravonna Renslayer's Pop! is a bit more traditional, not offering many unique identifying traits for the character other than her TVA trench coat and tie. However, Renslayer is accompanied by a miniature Miss Minutes figure, which is sure to boost the demand for this mini Funko two-pack.
JUDGE RENSLAYER TEAMS UP WITH MISS MINUTES?
Before this, Loki and Mobius were the only two Funko figures that had been unveiled for the Disney+ show (which are still available for preorder here). Adding Hunter B-15 to the mix this early is a good sign that she will continue to hold a large part in the streaming series' story as it continues to unravel.
What's a bit more curious is why Judge Renslayer has also been Funko-fied despite her minimal involvement in the show thus far outside her discussions with Mobius. What's also strange is that her Pop! isn't alone in its packaging, but is joined by the highly coveted Miss Minutes Funko figure as well.
Renslayer and Miss Minutes have yet to share any screen time in Loki's first two chapters, so expect that to change very soon if they're close enough to share this four-inch box. It's been said that Miss Minutes will play a large in Loki, so perhaps audiences will see what the cartoon clock is truly capable of now that the TVA is in disarray.
Fans will likely get to see the dynamic of Renslayer and Miss Minutes play out, along with more Hunter B-15 as well, when Loki's third episode drops on Wednesday, June 23.