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If you thought it might be fun to fold up Funko's papercraft Batman, Star Wars or Iron Man 3 sets, this January might just blow your Boxos mind. Funko has announced three new additions to its Boxos brand, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Hello Kitty.
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Following the debut of its bigger Boxos/Mixos papercraft figures and smaller-scale Iron Man 3 set, Funko has finally turned its attention to Batman. Expected out this month for around $8 is a new Boxos Batman papercraft playset that contains a foldable Wayne Manor/Batcave environment, plus figures of Batman, Robin, the Joker, Alfred and Bruce Wayne. Just in case you were worried the playset would make the Dynamic Duo homebodies, the set will also come with a paper Batmobile.
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