30 of the Most Valuable 'Funko Pop!' Vinyls and How Much They're Worth
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One of the most liked and expensive collectibles on the market today is Funko Pop! Vinyl figures. Funko Pop figures are Pop vinyl toys and figurines designed to seem like animated figures from well-known films, novels, songs, and video games. They are made of inexpensive plastic, are roughly 3.75 inches tall, and weigh around 4 ounces.
We have compiled the 30+ most valuable Funko Pop Vinyls and how much they’re worth. Happy scrolling!
1. Dirk Nowitzki Funko (GITD)
Dirk Nowitzki is a retired NBA legend who stands seven feet tall in real life. But you can have him in miniature form through Funko Pop Vinyls. On eBay, Dirk has sold items for between $1,000 and $1,500,with an estimated cost of $1,200 and a signed figure brought around $1,725 in total.
2. Bone Daddy (Red Suit, GITD)
This Bone Daddy figurine from Funko's 'Spastik Plastik' series, which recreates its original 'kustom kulture' sculptures, will bring a grin to the face of any collector. The charming little red skeleton is decked up in a black tie, a double-breasted red suit, and a broad grin.
This bag of bones was sold for $1,225 in mid-2018, which is the only transaction that has been reported.
3. 3. Spongebob Squarepants (Metallic)
The price of this metallic 2013 Spongebob Squarepants 'Fan Shellabration' variation is equivalent to more than one month's supply of Krabby Patties. One of these figures with the 'Spongebob Squarepants' original cast's signatures is being offered for $1,500 on eBay.
4. Freddy Krueger - Freddy Funko
This Freddy Krueger Freddy Funko variant, a holy grail that haunts the dreams of Pop collectors, shows the Funko mascot dressed in the demon's recognizable green-and-red striped sweater and holding the finger-knife glove.
5. The Mad Hatter - Freddy Funko (GITD)
This Funko, which was produced for the 2016 film 'Alice Through the Looking Glass,' may be more well-known than the movie, it is because Freddy Funko gave it a makeover. Freddy is depicted in the miniature as Johnny Depp's interpretation of the Mad Hatter, holding the chromosphere.
7. Deadpool - Freddy Funko (Grey)
This foul-mouthed Freddy Funko variant, dressed as Deadpool and wearing a grey suit, is the holy grail.
8. Kiss Demon - Freddy Funko (GITD)
Freddy appears like this when he wants to rock and roll all night. Plus, he glows at night.
The estimated worth of this Freddy Funko version is $1,750, but one eager Pop shark was trying to hock one for $20,000 on eBay.
9. 'The Dark Knight' Joker - Freddy Funko (GITD)
In 2018, the conventional, non-glow-in-the-dark variation of this toy was sold for $1,275.
One was last up for auction in 2018 at $3,500, although it doesn't appear that it went for that price.
10. Bumble - Freddy Funko (GITD)
This extremely rare Funko Pop was introduced in 2012 at the San Diego Comic-Con and is based on the abominable snowman Funko from the 1964 Christmas special 'Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer.' He roars loudly because of a toothache.
11. Big Boy Blue Freddy Funko (GITD)
The first Pop, Big Boy, was created by Wacky Wobblers in 1998. A different one was sold for $4,850 in December 2020 on eBay following 23 heated bids. When he opened the Bob restaurant in 1936, Bob Wian decided to use the Big Boy statute. As of 2022, it is expected to cost $2,650.
12. Purple Haze Jimi Hendrix (Metallic)
A rare and highly sought-after Funko is the Jimi Hendrix Pop's limited-edition chase variation. Its worth has steadily increased from $150 to $2,940 since it was initially issued in 2014.
The American singer-songwriter was well-known from 1963 to 1970. His song's lyrics were inspired by a horrifying dream wherein the singer was walking underwater when a purple haze overtook him.
13. Star Wars: Darth Maul (Holographic)
The Star Wars Pop! Line includes the holographic Darth Maul Funko Pop, which is based on the Darth Maul character. Darth Maul from Star Wars is a ruthless criminal lord, cunning strategist, and adored warrior. Later, he becomes control of the Galactic Empire.
The Pop was only offered at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con and had a production run of 480 pieces.
14. Buzz Lightyear - Freddy Funko (Metallic)
Due to its tremendous demand, Metallic Buzz Lightyear Funko has only sold a small amount of known units since its 2011 premiere at San Diego Comic-Con.
15. Planet Arlia Vegeta
Planet Arlia Vegeta, which was made particularly for New York Comic-Con/Toy Tokyo in 2014, is thought to be worth $3,220. The Pop is expensive since it is a rare figurine. Planet Arlia Vegeta was the place where the cartoon insects Arlians inhabit in the Dragon Ball Z series.
16. Frankenberry - Freddy Funko (Metallic)
The San Diego Comic-Con hosted the 2011 unveiling of this limited-edition figure. It has black eyes and a metallic gloss appearance, in contrast to the earlier glow-in-the-dark version.
Similar to its glow-in-the-dark cousin, its price has slowly climbed over time, rising from $725 in 2014 to $3,700 in 2018. Its average worth is roughly $3,340.
17. Tony Stark - Freddy Funko (Metallic)
Exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con, this Funko Pop was unveiled in 2012 and has since been reported to sell for $3,499. Although it's not the most uncommon Pop Vinyl of the group, if you can find one for a fair price, you might be getting a fantastic little investment piece.
18. Boo Berry Funko (GITD)
Since there were only twenty-four made, they are thought to be fairly desired and were only offered at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con.
19. Count Chocula - Freddy Funko (Metallic)
Count Chocula is one of the cereal icons that has been around the longest time. Monster cereals were last produced by General Mills in 2010, but they were brought back in 2014.
Count Chocula Freddy Funko (Metallic) was released exclusively at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2011.The Pop is based on the General Mills monster-themed breakfast cereal 'Count Chocula.' Ad Icons line. Only 480 of these little guys were produced, and its worth has grown significantly over time, from sales of $725 on eBay in 2014 to its current estimate of $3,780.
20. Boba Fett - Freddy Funko (Red Hair)
In Clan Fett, Boba Fett was the most dreaded bounty hunter. Boba, one of Jango's clones made on Kamino, is Jango Fett's son.
One of the most costly Star Wars Funko Pops is Boba. Only twenty-four of this Funko were produced, and it was released at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2014. Their scarcity immediately raised their price, with the red-haired kind being the most valuable.
21. Dumbo (Gold)
The Gold version of the Dumbo Funko Pop commands one hell of a price tag, with an estimated value of $4,180.
This Funko, which was first introduced at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, is frequently sought after by collectors, making it challenging to locate.
In 2014, shortly after it debuted, you could get one for about $710; however, by 2020, the price had increased to about $6,000! However, that’s for a one-off purchase; the average is still around $4,180.
22. Buzz Lightyear - Freddy Funko (GITD)
Buzz Lightyear was created by Pixar for the Toy Story animated films. The superhero toy Space Ranger vanquishes the evil Emperor Zurg and brings Andy's toy family back together.
This Funko Pop was released exclusively at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con and was modeled on the loveable astronaut from the Toy Story movies. Buzz Lightyear Freddy Funko (GITD) Pops have sold for as much as $6,500 since their release, while the typical price is closer to $5,030.
23. Ghost Rider - Freddy Funko (Metallic)
Marvel Comics, the demonic superhero The Ghost Rider appears. In order to obtain magical abilities and exact revenge on his surrogate father, the motorbike rider sells his soul to the devil.
Ghost Rider Freddy Funko was released in 2013 at the San Diego Comic-Con. Three years later, one sold for around $5,600!
24. Frankenberry - Freddy Funko (GITD)
Funko created the Frankenberry Freddy Funko after deciding to experiment with their mascot one more time (GITD). A 2011 San Diego Comic-Con release, Frankenberry has managed to increase in value from $725 to $5,610.
25. Stan Lee Signed Pops (Metallic)
Any item bearing Stan Lee's 'signature' has undoubtedly appreciated in value since his demise in 2018, and Funko Pops are no exception. On eBay, a set of gold and chrome metallic Stan Lee Pops was posted for an absurd $100,000 but has not yet sold. Similar Pops, though, have occasionally gone for $6,100.
Stan Lee is a famous comic book writer and publisher.
26. Black Ranger - Freddy Funko
Black Ranger is a superhero in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers series. The Black Ranger Freddy Funko figures were made available at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con with a limited run of twenty-four . Their rarity makes them much more valuable.
27. Dumbo Clown
It is based on a sequence from
Disney's 1941 film 'Dumbo,' in which an elephant is forced to perform in a circus while wearing clown makeup. An adolescent elephant forced to perform for spectators at the circus wears a clown collar and a fireman's cap in Disney's 1941 animated feature Dumbo. Despite being made fun of for his large ears, he can fly thanks to them.
2013 San Diego Comic-Con saw the debut of The Pop. It is worth an estimated $7,430 based on prior sales.
28. Jaime Lannister - Freddy Funko (Bloody)
It's a 'bloody' Game of Thrones Jaime Lannister version that was only made available during the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con.
At the time of Tyrion's birth, Jaime Lannister of Game of Thrones and his twin lose their mother. Later, by killing the king, Jaime defends his family.
The Pop is now valued at $9,310, but listings on eBay have previously gone for $13,500.
29. Batman Freddy Funko (Blue Suit)
The Batman Freddy is now the most expensive one available. Due to its scarcity, Batman Freddy Funko in the blue outfit is even more sought after by collectors.
30. Alex DeLarge Clockwork Orange Funko (GITD)
A Clockwork Orange, the crime film based on Anthony Burgess's novel, features a cartoon by Alex DeLarge. Alex, a sophisticated teen, is a gang boss.
He isn't clutching his cane, which is the key distinction between this Alex DeLarge and the other incarnations from A Clockwork Orange. Even if the change is so slight, it does contribute to its rising worth.
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