Funko has really nailed down the classic horror icons into their collection of Pop! figures, but surprisingly, Rob Zombie hasn't gotten one up until now.

The industrial metal and horror directing legend has finally been immortalized by the company with his very own figure though.

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Zombie excitedly took to his Instagram account to make the announcement official.


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Guess who is now a @originalfunko POP! Yep this guy. Coming soon! #robzombie #funkopop

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The new Funko figure comes five years after Zombie's House Of 1000 Corpses character Captain Spaulding received his own vinyl toy.

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Last month, Zombie dropped the first full official trailer for the upcoming 3 From Hell movie that gives fans a lot more insight as to what will happen next.

Zombie posted the full trailer on Facebook, which appears to pick up right where we left off.

The series of horror movies started with 2003’s House Of 1000 Corpses and continued with 2005’s The Devil’s Rejectsboth also by Zombie. Fans have been waiting for the next film for more than ten years, so the trailer is pretty special.

“Here it is !!!!!! Your first real look at 3 FROM HELL! I know you are gonna fucking love it,” Zombie wrote in the caption.

You can check out the first trailer below.

Zombie also revealed when we can expect the new film along with a new poster and a special event.

As the poster states, “evil returns” this September. Zombie partnered with Fathom Events to present a special, three-night event allowing fans to see the film before anyone else.

3 From Hell will hit 900 theaters Sept. 16, 17 and 18 with tickets going on sale herebeginning July 19. The unrated version will play with special bonus content each night, according to Bloody Disgusting.

What do you think of Rob Zombie getting his own Funko Pop! figure? Let us know in the comments below.

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