Posted by Chris on March 24, 2020 at 12:32 PM CST
Back in July of 2019, we reported about some new Mark Hamill Funko that would be offered through Official Pix. They were to be available both signed and unsigned. Since then, these have been made available to purchase direct through the website unsigned and are currently still available. However, you can now purchase signed versions of all four variants! This includes the #27 Mark Hamill Black Shirt, #27 Mark Hamill White Shirt Variant, #28 Mark Hamill as The Joker and #28 Mark Hamill as The Joker Purple Variant. These are all Limited Edition Funko and there are less than 100 of each signed version making them all ultra rare.

Other than signing a handful of Hoth Parkas in December of 2018 & some Light Side jackets in December of 2019 offered by Columbia Sportswear, Mark Hamill has not signed very much lately. In fact, it was October of 2017 during his New York Comic Con appearance when two different size autographed photos from Episode VIII were made available exclusively through Official Pix and that was it. In that time, fans have been clamoring for another opportunity to get their own items signed given the massive amount of merchandise from The Last Jedi & The Rise of Skywalker that he could be added to.

For Funko collectors, these are as good as it gets. If you collect them signed or unsigned, you'll want to add them to your collection. Click here to check out the four different options available.
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