NBC's Hannibal is easily one of the most violent shows ever to appear on a major broadcast network—characters were maimed, killed or eaten (or all three) in nearly every episode. More than its shock value, Brian Fuller's revamp of the Hannibal Lecter mythos had two things going for it: its obvious aesthetic merit, with stunning visuals and snappy dialogue; and a fiercely loyal fan base that, alas, couldn't save the show from being canceled after its third season, which ended sensationally Aug. 29. People who thought NBC's decision to axe Hannibal was lame might find comfort in Funko's Pop! Television series vinyl Hannibal dolls, including Hannibal and Will Graham, Jack Crawford and Hannibal's dream alter ego, the Wendigo. The dolls' cutesy, beady eyes and blank expressions are either totally adorable or creepy as all get out and cost between $9 and $10 at Wal-Mart, Barnes & Noble and other retailers. People who aren't into Hannibal might check out the Funko website for other favorite franchises, including but not limited to Breaking Bad, Friends and Attack on Titan.