13 Most Expensive Funko Pop Figures

Since its debut at Comic-Con in 2010, Funko Pop! collectible figures have grown in popularity among collectors of all ages.

Funko has created various figures based on pop-culture references over the years. The range of Funko collectibles that are currently available is a distinguishing feature that reflects their enduring popularity.

Some Funko Pop! figures are exceedingly uncommon and valuable, as are most collectibles.

Even the most devoted Funko Pop collectors may be astonished by some of the most costly figurines, especially when their original retail pricing are considered.

13 Most Expensive Funko Pops! Figures

Here are the top 13 most expensive Funko Pops.

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

This one has failed to justify its astronomical price tag. Following Stan Lee’s death in late 2018, the value of items associated with the comic legend has risen or been raised by speculative sellers.

The autographed chrome and gold metallic variants of Superhero Lee are excellent examples of this. Sellers on eBay were attempting to resell the figures for $100,000 to $120,000.

A single signed metallic version cost $18,000, while an unmarked gold variant is roughly $155.

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

This bezoomy and pricey Funko will earn you a lot of milk bar gollys. That is what they would say in Anthony Burgess’ “A Clockwork Orange” or Stanley Kubrick’s film adaptation.

This Funko is inspired by Kubrick’s depiction of Alex DeLarge, a menacing young man dressed in white who enjoys extreme violence.

The glow-in-the-dark version of this Funko is the most desirable, but the regular Alex will also command a premium. His net worth is estimated to be $2,580.

3. Jaime Lannister Freddy Funko (Bloody)

This Freddy variation was inspired by a bleeding Jaime Lannister from “Game of Thrones.” It’s a limited-edition variant from the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, costing more than twice the standard $9,300.

One eBay listing sold for $20,000 and another for $13,500 in 2019.

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

This Freddy Funko is a very rare variation of a very rare Funko. This guy is almost never on the market.

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

5. Venom Freddy Funko

Funko Fundays’ Venom Freddy Funko is a 2019 Comic-Con Exclusive. There were only 24 of these grails made, and finding one is incredibly difficult.

They were distributed in Funday surprise boxes that year, according to a Reddit user.

6. Superhero Stan Lee Metallic Red

We couldn’t even find a good photo of Stan Lee in his chrome red costume. Only 12 were manufactured, and they are rarely for sale.

An archived eBay listing for a signed one is the most recent piece of proof we located. Because it’s so infrequent, we’re not sure it exists.

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

If you can get one, the Freddy Funko version of Buzz Lightyear that glows in the dark will sell for a decent price at auction.

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

8. Dumbo (Clown)

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

This was an exclusive at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, with the top eBay auction in late 2018 fetching $6,000.

9. Apollo Creed Freddy Funko (No Bruises)

Freddy the Frog Funko Apollo Creed came in two varieties: one with bruising and one without. Only 12 of the 96 Apollo Freddys were free of bruises.

The bruised edition is rare, though not so rare that it is never for sale (one is now for sale on eBay for $2,000).

A spotless Freddy Apollo Creed, on the other hand, is as rare as a favorable review for “Rocky V.” It is rarely encountered. In contrast, one sold for $6,000 in December 2020.

10. Buzz Lightyear Freddy Funko (Metallic)

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

The average sale price will climb if current trends continue. One was for sale on eBay for $10,000.

11. Big Boy Blue Freddy Funko

Funko converted Freddy into the renowned Bob’s Big Boy statue from Bob’s restaurant for the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con.

In one version, Freddy wore a blue apron, whereas, in the other, he wore a red apron. Only 12 blue apron variant figurines were produced, compared to 520 red apron variant figures.

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

12. Count Chocula Freddy Funko (Metallic)

Count Chocula looks to have knocked out Franken Berry and Boo Berry in their cereal-based popularity battle for children’s diabetes, at least when it comes to Funko Pops.

Based on classic ads from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, this metallic duplicate of Freddy costumed as Count Chocula has sold for up to $6,100.

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

The Glow-in-the-Dark Boo Berry from Funko’s “Ad Icons” series could be a top ten grail.

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

That concludes the list of the top 13 most expensive Funko Pops to date. You could either buy a piece of land or a couple of these Funkos and hope they appreciate in value. You have an option. Even if you don’t want to buy them, you can look over this list to see what people think is most important.

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