Most Expensive Funko Pop

Since its debut at Comic-Con in 2010, Funko Pop! figures have been increasingly popular among collectors of all ages. Funko has, over the years, created a wide variety of figures that reference various pop culture references.

One indicator of Funko’s enduring appeal is the breadth of their current product offering in the form of collectibles.

The same is true of Funko Pop! figures: some of the rarer ones may fetch a pretty penny. Some of the most costly Funko Pop figurines may surprise even the most dedicated collectors, especially when compared to their initial MSRPs.

Most Expensive Funko Pop

The Highest-Priced Funko Pops!

A look at the top 10 most costly Funko Pops is provided below.

1: Limited-Edition Boxed Set Signed by Stan Lee (Metal)

The astronomical price tag of this one has not been justified as of yet. Since his passing in late 2018, speculative sellers have driven up the price of anything related with the late comic book superstar Stan Lee.

Chrome and gold metallic versions of Superman Lee that have been signed by the man himself are perfect examples of this. Sellers on eBay were asking $100,000 to $120,000 for the figures they had purchased. An unsigned gold version may be purchased for roughly $155 while a signed metal one went for $18,000.

2: Alex DeLarge (Blacklight Reactive)

Despite its bezoominess and high price, this dobby Funko will net you plenty of milk bar gollys. That’s something characters in Anthony Burgess’s “A Clockwork Orange” or Stanley Kubrick’s film version would say. Kubrick’s depiction of Alex DeLarge, a scary young guy in white with a tendency for severe violence, inspired this Funko.

While the glow-in-the-dark Alex is the more desirable of the two, the regular Alex will still command a hefty sum. He is valued at around $2,580.

3: Freddy Funko (Bloody) Jaime Lannister Funko.

The “Game of Thrones” scene with Jaime Lannister bleeding served as the inspiration for this Freddy. It’s a special edition released for the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con and it costs over twice as much at $19,300. Two separate eBay auctions brought in $20,000 and $13,500 in 2019.

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

This Freddy Funko is a variant of a rare collectible. This individual rarely appears for sale. One sold for $10,000 in the last two years, using Pop Price Guide data.

5: Venom Freddy Funko

Funko Fundays’ Venom Freddy Funko is a 2019 Comic-Con exclusive. There were only ever 24 of these grails made, making it nearly impossible to get one. A Reddit member claims they were distributed in one year’s worth of Funday surprise boxes.

6: Superhero Stan Lee Metallic Red

Even a decent picture of Stan Lee in his chrome red costume couldn’t be located. Only 12 were ever made, and they’re rarely put up for sale. An old eBay listing for a signed one is the most recent piece of proof we’ve uncovered. Because of how rare it is, we can’t be positive it even exists.

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

The glow-in-the-dark Freddy Funko Buzz Lightyear, should one ever become available for purchase, would likely sell for a substantial sum at auction. The most recent sale on eBay was for $6,099 in January of next year.

8: Apollo Creed Freddy Funko (No Bruises)

Freddy Funko Figure Apollo Creed came in two varieties: those with and without bruises. Of the 96 Apollo Freddys made, only 12 were perfect and didn’t have any bruises.

Although the damaged edition is hard to come by, you can find it on eBay right now for $2,000 (albeit it doesn’t come up for sale very often). However, an unblemished Freddy Apollo Creed is about as rare as a glowing review of “Rocky V.” It is extremely rare. In contrast, one item sold in December 2020 for $6,000.

9: Count Chocula Freddy Funko (Metallic)

According to Funko Pops, Count Chocula has won the battle for children’s diabetes against Franken Berry and Boo Berry, two other cereal characters. Based on the economic success of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, this metal likeness of Freddy costumed as Count Chocula has fetched prices of up to $6,100.

10: Boo Berry (Glow-in-the-Dark)

Funko’s “Ad Icons” Glow-in-the-Dark Boo Berry is so hard to get that it might as well be a top 10 grail. The Pop Price Guide lists this little blue ghost at $3,540, but the last one that we know of sold in January 2018 for $7,900. Hobby DB is offering one. Budget $15,000 for it.