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The 15 most expensive Funko Pops in the world

Vinyl figures created by Washington-based company Funko Inc. have surged in popularity and sales. Funko Pops — "Pop" referring to popular culture — is based on inspiring and beloved characters from hit TV shows, sports, books, video games and movies.

If you love action figures with their small bodies, big heads, and cartoonish looks, you could buy a Funko Pop of your favorite character from a TV show or movie you've watched. They come in several varieties including bobble-head, deluxe and die-cast. The product line includes convention exclusives, Funko Shop exclusives, and retailer exclusives found only in select stores.

These days, some people even buy Funko Pops as an investment, hoping their value will increase. There's a lot of value in Funko Pops, which, along with their durability, make them one of the most sought-after collectibles. If you're thinking of buying or selling Funko Pops, knowing the most expensive and valuable versions is a good start.

The 15 Most Expensive Funko Pops

Here are the 15 most expensive Funko Pops in the world right now.

15. Freddy Funko (Freddy Krueger) – $6,060
It's safe to say that Freddy Funko wasn't named after the nightmarish serial killer, but this Pop Original was a hit from the start — it sold for as much as $1,000 10 years ago. . While not as limited as some others, the Freddy Krueger Limited Edition only includes 48 pieces exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con 2011.

14. Freddy Funko (Glow In The Dark)/Franken Berry – $6,400
A highly sought after cereal character is the Freddy Funko glow-in-the-dark variation of Frankenberry, which sells for a hefty sum. Collectors seem eager to get all of the glow-in-the-dark Funko Pops mascot cereal.

This version of Frankenberry, which debuted at San Diego Comic-Con 2011, retails for $6,400.

13. Dumbo (Clown) – $6,640
This Dumbo variation of the elephant in clown makeup debuted at San Diego Comic-Con in 2013. It quickly became one of Funko's most in-demand items.

12. Freddie Funko (Black Ranger) – $6,950
The Black Ranger Pop is based on the Black Power Ranger character. It was a limited edition of only 24 copies, exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con. Its release in 2017, more than a decade after the launch of "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers", is a testament to the endless appeal of iconic childhood heroes.

This has seen strong demand over time, with sales ranging from $1,000 to over $4,200 five years ago. Today, Black Ranger sells for between $4500 and $8000, but its value is estimated at $6950.

11. Stan Lee (Red Metallic Superhero) – $7,570
This Metallic Stan Lee in a red superhero outfit, exclusive to LA Comic-Con 2017, doesn't fetch the premium prices his platinum counterpart receives, but it's still one of the hottest Funko Pop toys. expensive never produced.

Only 12 units of the Superhero Stan Lee Red Metallic have been released. Its current price is estimated at $7,570.

10. Freddy Funko (Glow in the Dark)/Deathstroke – $7,690
This Deathstroke Funko Pop is rare, with only 24 copies. It was exclusive to San Diego Comic-Con, and although it was released in 2015, it is now priced at $7,690.

9. The Thing (Metallic with Black Eyes) – $7,950
It's no surprise that a Pop based on a Marvel character earns a spot on a most treasured list, but that's not why this San Diego Comic-Con exclusive bobble head gets the top. dollar. It was black eyes, produced by mistake, that drove prices up.

Although it's worth $7,950, according to PopPriceGuide estimates, in the most recent sale confirmed by the site, it sold for $11,500.

8. Freddy Funko (Glow in the Dark)/The Joker – $9,920
Freddy "The Joker" Funko, also known as The Dark Knight, is a limited edition released in July 2014 for the Comic-Con International Convention in San Diego. Only 24 were produced, according to PopPriceGuide. The Glow makes all the difference in the value of the Joker. The non-Glow version is only $1680.

7. Freddy Funko (Bloody)/Jaime Lannister – $9,980
Compared to the other types of Funko Pops listed, this one is unusual as it was inconvenient to purchase. Funko produced 12 common and 12 light up versions of these Freddy Funko Jaime Lannister in 2013. Its current price is estimated at $9980.

6. Freddy Funko/Count Chocula (Glow in the Dark) – $10,000
Count Chocula (Glow in the Dark) is recognized as the sixth most expensive Freddy Funko. This Funko Pop, which was introduced in 2011, quickly became quite a rare pop.

Unlike the other two Count Chocula variants, the milky white color of the glow-in-the-dark version makes it very different from the current Count Chocula. Currently, the estimated value of this collection is $10,000.

5. Freddy Funko (red hair)/Boba Fett – $11,390
Freddy Funko, also known as Red Hair, is no stranger to jitters, having dressed up as bounty hunter Boba Fett for an outing at San Diego Comic-Con in 2014.

Collectors may have to compete in a few hundred pod races to get enough money to buy this Funko Pop. The red-haired variant is rare, costing $9,100 to $13,320 in the most recent sales verified by PopPriceGuide.

4. Freddy Funko (Black Suit) – $12,390
The Black Freddy Funko costume was an exclusive limited edition released in 2013 for San Diego Comic-Con. Only 12 of these Freddy Pops were produced. If you were an early receiver, you're in luck. There are only a few verified sales, and prices have skyrocketed from $773.51 around the release date to as much as $17,500 in the past year.

3. Stan Lee (Superhero Platinum Metallic) – $18,000
The only Funko Pop on this list based on a real person couldn't be more deserving of such a sum, based on her status as a pop-culture icon. Only a few lucky collectors have gotten their hands on this exclusive autographed version of Metallic Stan Lee in a platinum superhero outfit.

Only 10 copies of the Superhero Stan Lee Platinum Metallic have been released - it might be the rarest Funko Pop out there. Its current price is estimated at $18,000 based on a 2022 sale.

2. Freddy Funko As Comeon – $19,090
Distinguished by "SE" in the upper right corner of the box instead of a reference number, this item was released as a Comic-Con 2019 exclusive. In the same year, it was also one of the items you could get in the Funko 2019 event, Funko Freaky Tiki Friday.

Funko has only created 24 of these Grails, and finding one is difficult. Three of them have sold in the past year for prices ranging between $8,000 and $30,800, which is a significant increase over the past three years.

1. A Clockwork Orange – $25,470 to $26,060
What is the most expensive Funko Pop? These Funko Pop vinyl art toys depict the main character Alex in the classic movie "A Clockwork Orange". The limited-edition Glow-in-the-dark version, a "Chase"—a departure from the character it's based on—sold on eBay for over $13,000 in 2016 and 2017 and went to $32,439 in 2022. The non-chase version recently sold for $35,000.

Of course, these are not standard Pops. They are part of the original 2012 collection that never hit retail stores due to licensing and copyrights, according to PopPriceGuide. Only 24 remain — the rest have been destroyed.

With an estimated value of $25,470 for the non-Chase version and $26,060 for the limited-edition Chase, Alex DeLarge Clockwork Orange is the most expensive Funko Pop in the world.