Funko DC Aquaman Mera Pop! Vinyl Figure:

Warrior daughter to the king of the Atlantean tribe of Xebel, Mera was raised by Queen Atlanna and has been preparing her whole life to sit on the throne. Mera is the love interest of Arthur Curry and possesses strong telepathic powers that allow her to communicate with and control the aquatic environment.

Standing about 3 3/4-inches tall, this Mera figure is packaged in a window display box.

Franchise:
DC Comics
Character Series:
Aquaman
Pop! Number:
246
Character:
Mera
Brand:
Pop! Vinyl

DC Aquaman Mera Funko Pop! Vinyl

#246
GBP 9.99

£9.99

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Funko DC Aquaman Mera Pop! Vinyl Figure:

Warrior daughter to the king of the Atlantean tribe of Xebel, Mera was raised by Queen Atlanna and has been preparing her whole life to sit on the throne. Mera is the love interest of Arthur Curry and possesses strong telepathic powers that allow her to communicate with and control the aquatic environment.

Standing about 3 3/4-inches tall, this Mera figure is packaged in a window display box.

Franchise:
DC Comics
Character Series:
Aquaman
Pop! Number:
246
Character:
Mera
Brand:
Pop! Vinyl

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