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29 Most Expensive Funko Pop Figures

Funko Pop! collectible figures have become increasingly popular among collectors of all ages since their debut at Comic-Con in 2010. Over the years, Funko has developed many figures based on pop-culture allusions. The variety of Funko collectibles currently accessible is a distinctive feature representing their lasting popularity. Some Funko Pop! figures, like most collectibles, are extremely rare and valuable.

Even the most ardent Funko Pop collectors may be surprised by some of the most expensive figurines, especially when considering their original retail prices.

29 Most Expensive Funko Pops! Figures

Here’s a list of the 29 most expensive Funko Pops.

29. Giant Steamboat Willie

This Freddy Funko as Steamboat Willie from “Disney” is well worth $1140 US dollars. The cartoon made its debut in 1928 and is one of the most liked on the globe. The figurine is silver in color and 9 inches in size.

28. 1970s Elvis (Glow-in-the-dark)

1970s Elvis (Glow-in-the-dark) 

The glow-in-the-dark funko pop figurine of the pop sensation who shook the world in the 1970s is worth $2000 US Dollars. The figurine is in Elvis’ signature white jumpsuit and cape.

27. Green Lantern (Glow-in-the-dark)

Green Lantern (Glow-in-the-dark)

Though the Green Lantern film was not a huge success, DC’s green lantern is popular among Funko collectors. It costs $2000 to get your hands on the piece.

26. Batman (Silver)

Batman (Silver)

Only 108 of these Batman silver funko pops were ever produced. As a result, this Batman silver figurine is one of the most scarce.  In 2020, one of these figures was sold for $2,500.

25. Jaime Lannister Freddy Funko

This Freddy Funko as Jaime Lannister from “Game of Thrones” San Diego Comic-Con exclusive is worth a lot of money. On eBay, a loose figurine was listed for $1,500, while a packed version was listed for close to $3,000.

24. Bumble Freddy Funko

Freddy Funko is the mascot of the Funko firm, and Freddy Funko variants, in which Freddy is mated with another figure, are commonly released.

This Bumble Freddy Funko variation is a limited-edition figurine that debuted at San Diego Comic-Con in 2012. On average, it’s worth $2,410, but some vendors attempted to collect $8,000 for one. It’s based on Bumble, the abominable snowman from “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” a 1964 Christmas special.

23. Black Ranger Freddy Funko

The pricing of this “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” edition of the Black Ranger is unexpectedly hefty.

Only 24 were created and released during the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con. OneOne was sold for $4,300 on eBay in 2019.

22. Batman Freddy Funko

The standard Batman is relatively common and sells for $5 at retail, but the Batman with Freddy Funko’s golden touch sells for significantly more.

While the average price of a Batman Freddy Funko is $2,640 according to Pop Price Guide, one in mint condition went for $6,250 on eBay.

21. Dumbo (Gold)

The gold version of “Dumbo” from Funko (based on Disney’s 1941 film, not Tim Burton’s 2019 film) costs a hefty sum.

Sales increased from $710 in 2014 to $3,100 in 2018, with one eBay ad attempting to sell for $5,050.

20. Frankenstein Freddy Funko (Glow-in-the-Dark)

For the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con, Funko created its own Frankenstein out of Freddy. There were two versions of this terrifyingly cute monster.

There was a non-shining variation (350 created, each worth approximately $610) and a glowing variant (only 24 made, each worth around $610). One of these luminous beasts recently sold for $3,000 on eBay.

19. Purple Haze Jimi Hendrix (Metallic)

Since 2014, when some people made the mistake of selling their metallic Hendrix for as little as $150, this limited edition chase variant of Jimi Hendrix with a purple bandanna has rapidly increased in price.

The current value of this Pop! is $3080.

18. Boba Fett Freddy Funko (Red Hair)

The droids edition of the “Star Wars” Boba Fett figurine is the most expensive ($510), yet it pales compared to the Freddy Funko version.

Only 24 of these mashups were manufactured, which is estimated to be worth $3,120.The red-haired version is said to be the more valuable, yet eBay sales for the green-haired version range from $2,000 to $3,495.

17. Frankenberry Freddy Funko (Glow-in-the-Dark)

The charming Frankenstein-like cereal character was converted into a Freddy Funko by Funko, and it has proven to be extremely sought after.

Over $4,400 was paid for this adorable pink Freddy/Frankenberry mashup.

16. Ghost Rider Freddy Funko

The Freddy Funko treatment has been given to everyone’s favorite motorcycle-riding demon from hell. The doll is a grimacing Freddy, complete with Ghost Rider’s distinctive chains and motorbike outfit.

In 2013, he was launched as a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive, and in 2016, he sold for $5,600.

15. Frankenberry Freddy Funko

As a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive, this limited edition figure was produced in 2011.

Unlike the glow-in-the-dark version, this version has black eyes and a metallic sheen. The value of this Pop! is $3,430.

14. Tony Stark Freddy Funko (Metallic)

The average price of this rare metallic Tony Stark Freddy Funko is $3,500.

Only 12 were created, just like Frankenberry; therefore, you’ll have difficulty finding one on eBay. We wouldn’t be surprised if they put it considerably higher on the list.

13. Boo Berry (Glow-in-the-Dark)

The Glow-in-the-Dark Boo Berry, an ultra-rare member of Funko’s “Ad Icons” line, could be a top 10 grail.

This small blue ghost is advertised for $3,540 on the Pop Price Guide, but the last time one sold — at least as far as we know — it was for $7,900 in January 2018. Hobby DB has one for sale. The cost? $15,000.

12. Count Chocula Freddy Funko (Metallic)

At least when it comes to Funko Pops, it appears that Count Chocula has beaten out Franken Berry and Boo Berry in their cereal-based popularity struggle for children’s diabetes.

This metallic replica of Freddy dressed as Count Chocula has sold for up to $6,100, based on the popular commercials from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.

11. Big Boy Blue Freddy Funko

For the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con, Funko transformed Freddy into the legendary Bob’s Big Boy statue from Bob’s restaurant. Freddy was dressed in a blue apron in one version and a red apron in the other. Only 12 blue apron variant figurines were made, while 520 red apron variant figures were made.

These items quickly increased in value, with one selling for $4,850 in December 2020 after a 23-bid eBay bidding war.

10. Buzz Lightyear Freddy Funko (Metallic)

Buzz Lightyear appears on our list of the most expensive Funkos for the second time. Freddy Funko as Buzz Lightyear from Pixar’s “Toy Story” sold for $5,700 and $6,500, respectively.

If current trends continue, the average sale price will rise. On eBay, one was for sale for $10,000.

9. Apollo Creed Freddy Funko (No Bruises)

The Funko Freddy There were two types of Apollo Creed: one with bruises and one without. Only 12 of the 96 Apollo Freddys were manufactured without bruising.

The bruised edition is uncommon, but not so uncommon that it never shows up for sale (one is currently for sale on eBay for $2,000).

The unblemished Freddy Apollo Creed, on the other hand, is as uncommon as a positive review for “Rocky V.” It is hardly ever seen. On the other hand, one sold for $6,000 in December 2020.

8. Dumbo (Clown)

The pricey version is based on a scenario from Disney’s 1941 film “Dumbo,” in which Dumbo is forced to perform in a circus to escape a burning building.

This one was a 2013 San Diego Comic-Con exclusive, with the highest eBay auction in late 2018, fetching $6,000.

7. Buzz Lightyear Freddy Funko (Glow-in-the-Dark)

If you can find it for sale, the Freddy Funko version of Buzz Lightyear that glows in the dark will fetch a fair amount at auction.

The most recent transaction on eBay was in January 2020 for $6,099.

6. Superhero Stan Lee Metallic Red

We couldn’t even find a good photograph of the chrome red version of superhero Stan Lee. Only 12 were built, and they rarely go on the market.

The most recent piece of evidence we discovered is an archived eBay listing for a signed one. We’re not sure it exists because it’s so uncommon.

5. Venom Freddy Funko

The Venom Freddy Funko is a 2019 Comic-Con Exclusive from Funko Fundays. Only 24 of these grails were manufactured, and finding one is extremely difficult.

According to a Reddit user, they were given out in Funday surprise boxes that year.

4. Count Chocula Freddy Funko (Glow-in-the-Dark)

This Freddy Funko is an extremely rare version of an extremely rare Funko. This guy is practically never on the market.

According to the Pop Price Guide, one sold for $10,000 in the last two years.

3. Jaime Lannister Freddy Funko (Bloody)

A bleeding Jaime Lannister from “Game of Thrones” inspired this Freddy version. It’s a limited-edition variation from the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, with a price tag of more than double the regular $9,300.

In 2019, one eBay listing sold for $20,000 and another for $13,500.

2. Alex DeLarge (Glow-in-the-Dark)

This dobby Funko is bezoomy and costly, but it’ll get you a lot of milk bar gollys. They would say that in Anthony Burgess’s “A Clockwork Orange” or in Stanley Kubrick’s film adaptation.

This Funko is based on Kubrick’s image of Alex DeLarge, a terrifying young man dressed in white who has a penchant for extreme violence.
The glow-in-the-dark version of this Funko is the most sought-after, but the ordinary Alex will also fetch a high price. He’s estimated to be worth $2,580.

1. Set of Limited Edition Stan Lee (Metallic) Signed

This one has yet to justify its exorbitant asking price. Following the death of Stan Lee in late 2018, the value of goods associated with the comic legend has skyrocketed or at least increased by speculative sellers.

Superhero Lee’s autographed chrome and gold metallic variants are outstanding instances of this. On eBay, sellers were trying to resell the figures for $100,000 to $120,000. A single signed metallic version sold for $18,000, while an unmarked gold variant costs around $155.

Conclusion

That’s it, the top 29 most expensive Funko Pops to date. You could either purchase a land/bungalow or buy a couple of these Funkos and hope they appreciate in value. The choice is yours. Even if you don’t wish to buy them, you can always go through this list and see what people value the most.

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