Iron Maiden have finally joined in on the Pop! Funko figure craze with four versions of their beloved mascot Eddie hitting shelves and webstores soon.

Unlike other rock and metal groups who have had their likenesses cast as plastic caricatured dolls, no member of Iron Maiden will undergo the treatment. Instead, they've opted for the ever-malleable Eddie, paying home to the legendary British group's first four records with a doll inspired by the Iron MaidenKillers, Number of the Beast and Piece of Mind album covers, all of which were originally drawn by the iconic Derek Riggs.

In a Funko blog post, the toy manufacturer stated that this is just "wave one," suggesting that more Eddie figures are in the works. The amount of dolls the company could produce just of Eddie is seemingly inexhaustible — just take a look at our four-decade retrospective of Iron Maiden artwork at the bottom of the page.

View the four Eddie figures below and head here for more details.

Iron Maiden Eddie Pop! Funko Figure

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Killers Eddie Pop! Funko Figure

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Number of the Beast Eddie Pop! Funko Figure

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Piece of Mind Eddie Pop! Funko Figure

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After playing over 100 shows around the world on their "Legacy of the Beast" tour, Iron Maiden will hit the road once more in 2020, bringing the historic stage production to Europe, Asia and Australia. See those dates here.

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