Since 1998, the vinyl figure company Funko has made it incredibly easy to give a small-scale depiction of a character from your beloved movie, TV program, or video game to the pop-culture buff in your life. Its Pop! toys are designed for maximum attractiveness, decorate millions of desks, and have a devoted following.
Funko Pop! has been creating miniature vinyl figures for lovers of anything from Elvis to Game of Thrones for almost two decades. They aren’t prohibitively costly to purchase, but the values of several of them have soared since their release. Due to scarcity or other factors, they are the most expensive items in fandom.
Frankenstein Freddy Funko – Glows in the Dark
Frankenstein is a horror fiction character who became one of the most well-known and terrifying figures in literature and maybe still is today. A Gothic novel inspired the name Frankenstein, but it became more popular because of movies, cartoons, and, more recently, action figures.
Nowadays, the word Frankenstein represents something dreadful and terrifying, but it is also a sign of one of the most sought-after Funko figurines. Mary Shelley, the author of the novel, had no clue that a little vinyl figurine of her monster would one day be worth $1,775. The figurine was first released in 2019 and has been resold for as little as $500. This collectible is still stumbling.
Marvel’s WandaVision Scarlet Witch
It’s crucial to remember that Wanda Maximoff is one of the most significant Avengers, whether you’re a novice or an experienced pro. She may have made her debut as a villain (and in green!), but she has been an Avengers ally for decades.
It’s little wonder that WandaVision, which featured her in her original comic book outfit, was one of Disney Plus’s biggest successes in 2020, and this Funko Pop! is steadily increasing in value. It was originally priced at $12, but you’ll have to spend five times that much or even more if the package is unopened.
Freddy Funko Deadpool
So . . . that Deadpool persona . . . whoa, what a character! This insane superhero has crept into the top spot for the most fantastic comic character ever, breaking the rules and the fourth wall. He was always supposed to be the bad guy. When his fame grew, the authors turned him into an anti-hero.
Ryan Reynolds and Marvel’s Deadpool was a smashing blockbuster, so it was only natural that he and Funko would have lots of merchandise to give fans. The rare, gray Freddy Funko version was released for SDCC in 2014 and currently sells for $1,800. Except for the freckles, everything is gray.
The Thing – Metallic
It’s clobberin’ time! We’re all familiar with the ever-lovin’ blue-eyed Thing, the Fantastic Four’s most recognized member. How much do we truly know about Ben Grimm, his Aunt Petunia’s favorite nephew, outside of his famous appearance, super-strength, and signature catchphrase? The thing is the team’s muscle in Fantastic Four.
Since his initial appearance in 1961, the character has had a deep past that has been fleshed out throughout the years. He and his teammates have been part of the Marvel team for a long time, and collectors prize the distinctive metallic Funko Pop! for this rocky figure. Because it was a limited edition from SDCC, it is $2,500.
Freddy Krueger Funko Pop!
Many legendary supernatural figures such as Dracula and Wolfman have left their mark on the horror genre. However, during the 1970s and 1980s, as the genre evolved with slasher flicks, it appeared that the supernatural had taken a back seat. That all changed with the release of A Nightmare on Elm Street, which featured Freddy Krueger as the villain.
We’re surprised this didn’t happen sooner, given the name of the Funko mascot. Krueger was a villain that tore children’s dreams apart, but there’s nothing to fear about this figure unless you’re looking at the price tag, which is almost $2,000 due to how rare it is.
Tony Stark Freddy Funko – Metallic
Ironman, alias Tony Stark, is well-known for his chaotic existence as a superhero/billionaire/tech genius. You could manufacture your own Ironman suit with around $100 million. Replicas of the famed Ironman suit are available, albeit they serve no purpose but to look awesome.
Because of Robert Downey Jr.’s performance, Tony Stark has become a beloved movie character. Freddy Funko got into the outfit and put on some facial hair to appear like the hero, resulting in a $3,500 figure. It was just $20 when it was released in 2012.
Mickey Mouse – Metallic
We’ve all had childhoods where we spent our days watching cartoons. When it comes to classic cartoon characters, only Mickey Mouse comes to mind. Mickey Mouse is a name and character that nearly everyone recognizes. He is adored by children, parents, and people worldwide.
Mickey Mouse is one of the most well-known characters in media history, having been around for more than a century. There have been plenty of Mickey Funko Pops made, but this metallic design was restricted to 480 figurines released for D23, which pushed the price up to today at $1,500.
Dirk Nowitzki, who stands at a towering 7′ tall, is one of the best power forwards in NBA history. In 1998, Nowitzki began his NBA career. He is only the second German-born player to appear in the finals. He will be remembered as one of the finest players in the game’s history.
If you’re ready to spend a lot of money, you can get him in a tiny size. Despite only costing $12 when it was released in 2013, the 4″ vinyl figurine is now worth almost $1,500 at its highest point. This and other basketball figures have remained popular among NBA fans worldwide.
Joker Freddy Funko from The Dark Knight
The Joker has long been Batman’s most dangerous and insane foe, so it’s no surprise that the Clown Prince of Crime’s body is a complete mess. Gotham City’s resident murderous clown kingpin has been a mainstay of the DC Comics universe since he first appeared in the first Batman movie.
The Joker has been around almost as long as the Dark Knight, and Heath Ledger’s portrayal of the Clown Prince of Crime is the most well-known. What is there left to say about the Joker that hasn’t already been said? As a result, a Freddy Funko figure of the character is an expensive collectible for any fan—over $3,000.
The Notorious BIG.
Many consider the Notorious B.I.G. to be the greatest rapper of all time. Born Christopher George Latore Wallace, he was called “Big” at school due to his big stature. Listeners may imagine that Biggie’s archive would be loaded with severely marked-up drafts of his songs, given the complexity of his lyrics, but that isn’t the case.
He penned and modified all his lyrics in his thoughts without writing them down. His metallic figurine is worth a cool $2,000 even though he died decades before Funko Pop! existed. Even for those who pine for the days of vintage hip-hop, paying this much may not be worth it.
Lotso is the new Toy Story 3 outrageously cute bear character. Lotso made a debut in a girl’s bedroom in the Up film teaser before his movie persona was unveiled by Disney Pixar (look for Lotso by the bed as she looks out the window).
Despite his strawberry fragrance and pink hue, this huggable bear was the bad guy in Toy Story 3. This is one of the most recent Funkos on the list, with a release date of early 2021. It was valued at more than $1,000 almost as soon as it was released.
Buzz Lightyear Freddy Funko – Glows in the Dark
Toy Story has affected the lives of countless individuals, and one toy, in particular, is a big element of the franchise’s appeal. Buzz Lightyear’s popularity grew to the point that he had his TV program, an attraction at Disney’s Magic Kingdom, and even video games.
This spaceman has been part of pop culture since Pixar’s inception. The luminous Freddy Funko version of this figure may cost up to $5,000, but others have been sold for as little as $300. Keep a watch out for this figurine since it might be worth a lot of money if you flip it.
Planet Arlia Vegeta
Arlia was an anime-exclusive planet in the North Area home to the Arlians, an insect-like species. Vegeta’s energy blast destroys planet Arlia and one of its moons, making it the most significant anime-only achievement in Dragon Ball history. The uniqueness of Funko Pop! figurines is paramount.
When something is scarce, the price rises, so they knew it would be a hit when Toy Tokyo and Funko Pop! teamed up to create this Dragon Ball Z figure. Signed copies can cost up to $4,000, while even regular boxed editions can be worth $2,000.
Green Lantern – Glows in the Dark
The moniker Green Lantern alludes to a group of DC superheroes who were given their abilities by an extra-terrestrial ring. The ring gives the owner the capacity to make whatever light-energy construct they can envision and the ability to fly and have a protective aura.
Since his debut appearance in DC Comics in 1940, the Green Lantern has been gaining followers worldwide. Only 240 copies of this limited-edition, glow-in-the-dark Funko figurine were released for San Diego Comic-Con, and each one now costs $2,200. Is it worth it if you’re a fan of this green hero?
Batman – Metallic Silver
Batman first debuted in 1939 and quickly gained a following, prompting the publication of the comic book in 1940. Batman has always been a popular movie character. In 1989, Warner Bros. produced the feature picture Batman starring Michael Keaton, and in 1992, they released Batman Returns, again starring Michael Keaton.
The shimmering silver of this Caped Crusader was a deal when it first came out, starting at only $30. However, because only 108 were created, they were quickly snatched up when released in 2015 and are now valued at more than $46,000.
1970s Elvis Presley – Glows in the Dark
The King of Rock’ n’ Roll is Elvis Presley, and he still maintains the record for the most Top 40 hits at 114. He has been inducted into the Rock’ n’ Roll, Country, Gospel, Rockabilly, and R&B Halls of Fame. More than a billion of Elvis Presley’s albums have sold worldwide.
We should have expected this Elvis Funko Pop! figurine to rise in price after its first release in 2012 at slightly more than $10. Fans of the king go wild about whatever he has, so they scooped up these figurines of this well-known singer and raised the price to just more than $2,000.
Bronze Ken Griffey Jr.
Ken Griffey Jr. came into the game with more than just a promise. He was projected to be great when he was selected first overall in the 1987 Major League Baseball draft by the Seattle Mariners. The child called “The Natural” fulfilled everything his abilities and makeup promised after 22 seasons, 630 home runs, and a slew of awards.
In 2016, Griffey was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. While the majority of the Funko figurines are from pop culture, there are a few sports heroes, such as this legendary slugger. Fans who purchased this exclusive for $30 now possess something worth more than 100 times that amount.
The Notorious BIG – Metallic
You may already know this if you’re a Biggie Stan fan, but even the most ardent Big Poppa supporters will be surprised. We’ve already heard all the amazing information about Biggie, but there’s more to come. Michael Jackson didn’t collaborate with many rappers, although he did want to work with Notorious BIG for his 1995 song “This Time Around.”
Another $2,000 model of the metallic rapper emerges from the list, looking hot. The Funkos of this huge hip-hop superstar dressed in his sleek suit and with a hat and microphone have an exorbitant price, and because only 240 of these figurines were created for SDCC in 2011, they’re only going to get more expensive.
Headless Ned Stark
Game of Thrones is famed for its unexpected turns, and one of the most stunning was Ned Stark’s death in the first season. Ned Stark, the aristocratic Lord of Winterfell, has been dead for years, yet he had a fascinating life until he died in King’s Landing.
Lord Eddard Stark hasn’t been seen on Game of Thrones since his head was memorably sliced off his shoulders late in season one, leaving viewers startled and mouths agape. At the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, Funko released a unique series of figures that let you detach the character’s head, and it’s now worth $1,000.
Boba Fett Freddy Funko with Red Hair
Many popular characters in Star Wars, but bounty hunter Boba Fett has long been a fan favorite. Boba Fett is one of the most important characters in the Star Wars universe, even though some casual or new fans may not realize it. He’s the enigmatic bounty hunter who has kept his face secret for most of his mythical life.
Boba Fett is a Star Wars legend, and in the material of the non-canon legend, the bounty hunter is even more remarkable. The figure of Freddy Funko dressed in Boba Fett’s armor was a huge hit with fans, and it’s now worth about $4,000, up from $30.
Big Boy Blue Freddy Funko
A prominent mascot may be seen in a lot of locations. But can they also claim that the Beatles dined there? Or can they claim that the double-decker burger was created right on the premises? Or was their comic book series established by Stan Lee? Big Boy is capable of saying all these things and a lot more.
Are you unfamiliar with this style? It’s the Big Boy restaurant’s mascot. Do you have any questions about the figurine? Because of another limited San Diego Comic-Con edition, there are just 24 available. If you have one, you have a four-figure investment for only $13.
Apollo Creed Freddy Funko
It’s clear how boxer Muhammad Ali influenced Apollo Creed’s persona in the Rocky films. Surprisingly, the real Ali enjoyed it. In the decades since its internationally acclaimed premiere, the famous Rocky series has always sparked a lot of debate. This is partly due to the rich, memorable, and usually intriguing characters in the franchise.
Freddy Funko, the mascot of Funko Pop!, frequently changes costumes, including that of Rocky Balboa’s first opponent, Apollo Creed. The price of this star-spangled look on the freckled figure started at $35 and has already risen to more than $5,000. That’s a fantastic deal!
Baby Milo – Flocked
Baby Milo is Japanese firm Sanrio’s boy monkey figure named after a Planet of the Apes film character. He is a figure developed by the street fashion apparel business The Bathing Ape, or BAPE, operating since 1993. In honor of Sanrio’s 50th anniversary, BAPE and Sanrio collaborated to produce Baby Milo.
A flocked Funko has a little fuzz to it, and the Baby Milo Funko is the ideal candidate for it. Milo is a monkey icon from a Japanese street fashion business whose mascot is so popular that these flocked Funkos are worth more than $2,000 each.
Alex DeLarge from A Clockwork Orange – Glows in the Dark
Alex is the protagonist and narrator of A Clockwork Orange. Every word in the movie belongs to him, and we get a glimpse into his world through the feelings he describes and the pain he goes through. He’s both generic and unique, stupid and thoughtful, consciously nasty yet naively nice.
A Clockwork Orange has done everything from a terrifying film that sparked demonstrations to a little vinyl figurine. The main character joined the Funko family in 2014 and is now so popular that it will set you back more than $13,000. It also glows, and it doesn’t require any milk.
Jim Hopper – Gold
Hopper in Stranger Things was the chief of police in Hawkins, Indiana. In this tiny, tranquil town, he used to enjoy a carefree existence while being tormented by a traumatic past. Hopper’s life grew much more complex after an old acquaintance, Joyce Byers, reported that her son, Will, had inexplicably vanished.
More people are falling in love with Stranger Things with each new season. It’s no surprise that these Funko Pops are so scarce. With only 40 copies available globally, the gold Hopper edition is arguably the rarest. At more than $2,000, the price is reasonable for a Funko.
Pietro Maximoff from WandaVision
Who hasn’t heard of Quicksilver, the Scarlet Witch’s elder twin brother who possesses superhuman speed? Quicksilver’s true name is Pietro Maximoff, and although he had a lot of great potentials, he only made a brief appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Pietro Maximoff, often known as Quicksilver, has some unexpected facts.
Many people expected this figure to be released sooner, so when it was, it sold out quickly at the original price of $9. It’s currently being offered for around seven times its initial cost. Because it’s one of the newer items on the list, it’ll almost certainly increase in value shortly.
Spider-Man – Metallic
Spider-Man has always had a special place in our hearts. We were captivated by the spider-like hero swinging from building to building as children. Originally, the character wasn’t going to be a spider-based superhero. Stan Lee had intended to create a comic about a fly or bug but instead chose a spider.
This metallic Spider-Man cost only $26 when it was first released, but it is now worth more than 100 times. This well-known superhero helped the limited-edition Funko Pop! from 2011 become a collector’s item. Look through your Spider-Man collection to discover whether this one is hidden in the back.
Aladdin Genie – Metallic Vinyl
Let’s face it, the Genie is and has always been the true star of Aladdin, whether it’s the 1992 animated picture or the 2019 live-action remake. Most mentor characters in the past struggled to provide energy and a sense of joy to Disney films, but this huge blue character was able to do so.
Robin Williams made the Genie of the Lamp a force to be reckoned with, and fans scooped up anything associated with him after his untimely death in 2014. This is one of the more affordable figurines on the list, but it’s still worth a lot to collectors.
Darth Maul – Holographic
Darth Maul is one of the most well-known Star Wars villains, particularly surprising since he was only featured in one of the most reviled Star Wars films, The Phantom Menace. In addition, following fierce lightsaber combat, he was split in half by Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Despite his near-death experience, Maul has continued to infect Star Wars in literary and animated worlds. This one had a higher entry fee of $15, but the limited-edition San Diego Comic-Con figurine is worth more than $6,400. Here’s a hint: if a Funko Pop! is exclusive or limited-edition, it will probably be quite valuable. They’re becoming increasingly expensive.
Golden Jim Hopper from Stranger Things
There are intriguing hypotheses that might explain how Jim Hopper is somehow still alive, given all the ways the Stranger Things character could have survived. Based on what we’ve seen, Hopper has a penchant for pulling himself out of sticky situations, and he understands how to survive even when the odds are stacked against him.
Another Golden Jim Hopper is on the list, but this one was limited to 40 copies, ensuring that it would always be a valuable collector’s item. It sells for thousands of dollars, even up to $8,000. Look for the #512 in the top right corner and the 40PCS label on the window to avoid being conned.
Ghost Rider Freddy Funko
Ghost Rider has become well-known in Marvel Comics and across a wide range of platforms and mediums. Ghost Rider has appeared in several video games and animated programs. Ghost Rider was included as a supporting character in Marvel Universe’s Agents of SHIELD. TV program.
If you’re a big admirer of the Ghost Rider character, one of these ultra-rare Funkos would be a dream. The Freddy version of the figure was a 2013 SDCC exclusive, and it’s worth a hefty $4,000 thanks to his frightening grin and dangling chain.
Mad Hatter Freddy Funko
In 1948, a Batman story introduced Mad Hatter as a comic book character. He’s the supervillain that borrows his Wonderland counterpart’s clothes and demeanor and several of his gadgets, which he stores under his hat. In the Batman universe, he is a scientist who manipulates his victims using mind-controlling gadgets.
The Mad Hatter is one of the most well-known characters from Alice in Wonderland, and he has several Funkos. The Johnny Depp version is now priced at $400, which isn’t a bad price, but it might rise in the future. Hold on to yours for a while if you have one.
Mike Wazowski – Glows in the Dark
Mike Wazowski may be one of Monsters, Inc.’s most popular (and hilarious) characters, but he almost didn’t cut. Mike Wazowski, as we all know, has a single eye, but he was also supposed to be armless in early concept images. Mike was supposed to move items with his feet, but that proved too difficult to animate, so he got arms instead.
Pixar offers a lot of Funko Pops, but the illuminating Mike Wazowski is one of the most uncommon and pricey ones. Of course, it’s always due to the uniqueness and rarity. This limited edition debuted at SDCC in 2011 and currently sells for just more than $1,500.
Andy Dwyer as Johnny Karate
In the NBC series Parks and Recreation, Andy Dwyer, KBE, is a fictitious character. He is Ann Perkins’ ex-boyfriend, married to April Ludgate, a successful musician in the band Mouse Rat, and the former owner of Pawnee City Hall’s Shoe Polishing Stand. His alter egos are Burt Macklin, Kip Hackman, Johnny Karate, Jonathan Karate, and Sergeant Thunderfist, MD.
There’s something for everyone with Funko Pops, and if you’re a fan of Parks and Recreation, you’ll recognize Andy Dwyer. Chris Pratt is the actor who plays him. His Johnny Karate Funko Pop! is available for $2,000. A stylish karategi is included with this limited-edition figurine.
Black Ranger Freddy Funko
For years, Power Rangers have provided fans with a rainbow of color-coded superheroes to save the day on Earth and throughout the universe. The franchise has explored many different villains, heroes, and themes, from the early days of fighting Rita Repulsa to the most recent seasons, including samurai and ninjas.
Given the franchise’s vast history, you’d assume there would be a slew of Power Rangers characters who have been around for decades. While Power Rangers aren’t as popular as they once were, they nevertheless attract a hefty price, as seen by this almost $2,000 figure. Only around 500 of these were manufactured, and their scarcity is to blame for their exorbitant price.
Count Chocula Freddy Funko – Metallic
Count Chocula is a seasonal chocolaty cereal with monster marshmallows inspired by Count Dracula from famous horror films. This cereal, part of General Mills’ monster cereal triumvirate, has been around for more than 50 years. Around Halloween, you can still get Count Chocula cereal at most grocery stores.
For some reason, figures based on cereal characters sell for a lot of money. Collectors rushed to get their hands on one of these Freddy Funko dolls dressed as Count Chocula, and since there were only a few hundred available, it’s now worth about $4,000.
Venom Freddy Funko
Venom is one of the most well-known Marvel characters. Venom has grown in popularity since his first appearance on the page in the late 1980s, with the villain getting his stand-alone film in 2018 and a planned sequel directed by Andy Serkis of Lord of the Rings fame.
Venom has long been one of Spider-Man’s most formidable adversaries, so it’s no wonder that the Funko Pop! of Freddy in the black symbiote outfit has increased in value. Be sure you’re sitting down. This little vinyl figurine goes for more than $8.000! Spidey, make way.
All-Star Michael Jordan
Few players in professional sports history have had the same level of success as Michael Jordan. Jordan became an unstoppable scoring machine and multi-time champion after joining the NBA as a gangly rookie with superhuman jumping skills, as well as becoming a marketing icon who hung out with Bugs Bunny and persuaded millions of youngsters to “be like Mike.”
Almost two decades after he last laced up his Nikes in an NBA game, his reputation still looms large. Anything involving Michael Jordan will command a high price when it is released. This figurine, which was first released in early 2020, started at $40 and has since increased 100 times to a whopping $4,000. On July 22, 2020, the Comic-Con exclusive sold out.
SpongeBob SquarePants – Metallic
SpongeBob SquarePants is undoubtedly one of the most charming and well-known characters in animation history. With its crazy events and endearing characters, the program has left an indelible imprint on children, teenagers, and adults. Everyone loves the program and the characters.
Since 1999, he’s been making people laugh, and this sponge has a plethora of toys and goods. On the other hand, the metallic SpongeBob from Funko may be the most expensive at more than $1,600. Only 100 were created, but they’ve been discovered in crane games. Keep an eye out for them.
Even though Dumbo is Disney’s shortest feature-length film, there is still a lot of affection for this tiny elephant and its adventures. Dumbo was Disney’s fourth animated feature picture. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, and Fantasia came before Dumbo, released in October 1941.
When he first appeared in 1942, this elephant captured our hearts, and the gold Funko figurine from 2013 is now worth $4,180. That’s a tremendous return on the first investment for a starting price of $30. One of the most valuable versions of this figurine is the gold variant.
Red Suit Bone Daddy
The majority of Funko’s products come from other companies, but they have a handful of their own. One of them is Bone Daddy. The Bone Daddy Red Suit Funko action figure is part of the Funko Pop! line, which currently has 301 action figures. It has the number 06 assigned to it.
It was released in 2018. This Funko action figure is a glow-in-the-dark (GITD). The cost of this sophisticated red suit figure is $2,500. A rare, original Bone Daddy figure is frequently one of the most popular, with a purchasing frenzy erupting whenever a new one is released.
Count Chocula Freddy Funko – Glows in the Dark
When fall arrives, there’s a lot to love—the changing leaves from green to orange, the cold air after a long hot summer, and the meals. While pumpkin spice lattes may be the first thing that comes to mind when fall arrives, another popular and far spookier snack may be found in grocery store breakfast aisles as Halloween approaches.
Surprisingly, one of the costliest Funkos is a cereal mascot, not anything from a movie or TV show. General Mills and Funko collaborated to create figures based on their cereals, and this luminous Count Chocula, Freddy Funko figure, is worth $10,000.
Oogie Boogie Funko – Glows in the Dark
Oogie Boogie has a pretty plain outward appearance. He’s wearing a bright green burlap bag with visible seams down the sides from head to toe. Oogie is chubby with stumpy legs and fingerless arms, in contrast to Jack Skellington’s lean, towering frame. The eyes on Oogie’s face and the interior of his mouth are featureless black holes.
The monster who wants to take over Halloween Town may be the most expensive Funko from the stop-frame animation film The Nightmare before Christmas. Only 480 glow-in-the-dark versions were issued during SDCC 2012, so getting your hands on one will cost you $1,000.
Dumbo, the Clown
Dumbo is a Disney classic, and the elephant with the huge ears joined the Funko Pop! family in 2013 as a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive. Fans may be surprised to learn that they don’t know everything there is to know about Dumbo, even though it is both a cherished and controversial classic.
Dumbo is still a household name, despite being one of the first Disney animated masterpieces. A few years ago, he had his television show and live-action movies. The clown Dumbo figurine was originally priced at $40, but it is now worth almost 200 times that at $7,400.
KISS – The Demon
Gene Simmons is one of the last of a vanishing breed of rock stars. He’s a genuine rock star and a living icon in his own right. Love them or hate them, KISS’s legacy lives on. There’s a lot about Gene that goes unspoken, despite his status as one of the world’s most well-known and revered rockers.
Any KISS fan would want to have this piece of memorabilia in their collection, but they’d have to pay $1,750 to get their hands on it.
Beetlejuice Freddy Funko – Glows in the Dark
Beetlejuice was an instant sensation with audiences when the movie was released on March 30, 1988, thanks to its bizarre combination of humor and horror. It’s even more of a sensation 30 years later as newer fans found it on television, DVD, and streaming. As a result of the film, Tim Burton was also established as one of Hollywood’s most unusual new talents.
Beetlejuice became a cult favorite almost immediately after its release, and the principal character is still recognized today. The SDCC exclusive Freddy Funko version of Beetlejuice features green hair, red eyes, and a price tag that’s now more than $1,000, and it’s only going to become more expensive.
Batman Blue – Metallic
Julie Madison, Catwoman, Vicki Vale, and, of course, Batwoman have all been the love interests of Batman throughout the years. For almost 75 years, Batman has been one of the most popular superheroes in the comic book field. There’s always something to adore about Wayne’s alter ego, whether his gadgets, his crime-fighting talents, or the gorgeous Batmobile.
The great surprise about this figurine is how inexpensive it is, coming in at only $1,400. It’s been more than ten years, and Batman is well-known and adored worldwide, so this exclusive appears to be worth a lot more. Still, $1,400 is a significant sum.
Boo Berry – Glows in the Dark
Boo Berry is a seasonal fake blueberry-flavored frosted cereal with spooky-fun marshmallows inspired by horror film star Peter Lorre. Boo Berry has been around for more than 50 years as part of General Mills’ monster cereal trio. Around Halloween, you can still get Boo Berry cereal in most grocery stores.
Boo Berry is, of course, a cereal mascot inspired by Funko Pop! and fans of the cereal were quick to recognize this figurine, despite the $40 beginning price. There are only 24 of them left, each worth more than $5,500, so hang on tight if you manage to get your hands on one. The price may continue to rise.
Golden Suit 1950s Elvis
Elvis Presley, unquestionably the King of Rock’ n’ Roll, is one of the most well-known artists. He’s the man who merged country, gospel, and R&B to transform American mainstream music. He was also a famous movie star and well-loved sex symbol whose onstage antics inspired generations of performers while perplexing his detractors.
Elvis Presley has reigned supreme since his debut in the 1950s. This 2011 limited-edition gold jacket Elvis has collectors eager to get their hands on one. When they first came out, they were worth just $20, but they’re now worth almost $1,800.
Jaime Lannister (Bloody) Freddy Funko
In HBO’s epic Game of Thrones, Jaime Lannister has the longest path of all the multifaceted characters. At the time, Jaime Lannister was undoubtedly the most divisive figure in Westeros, whether as an oath-breaker, a king-slayer, or even a queen-slayer. He’s made a lot of errors and a lot of progress just to turn around and wind up back where he started.
Game of Thrones is a major show, and Funko Pop! is a huge company, so when the two collaborated to create the Jaime Lannister (Bloody) Freddy Funko, they created a figure worth more than $10,000. That’s a significant sum of money. You could certainly hire the actor at a lower fee.
Signed Gold and Chrome Stan Lee – Metallic
Stan Lee, the comic book superstar, lived a life always open to the public. Lee, who died on November 12, 2018, at the age of 95, co-created some of the greatest superheroes and most cherished stories. He became as mythological and larger-than-life as the characters themselves.
Stan Lee created many of the most well-known Marvel characters and helped shape the Marvel Cinematic Universe into what we know and love today. There are a few variants of this genuine person published by Funko, but a signed gold or chrome version is likely worth approximately $6,000.