Top 10 Rarest Funko Pop Figures That Might Make You Rich

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Top 10 Rarest Funko Pop Figures That Might Make You Rich

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If you have one of these in your collection, you could be in for a massive payday! For this list, we'll be looking at the most expensive or in-demand of these popular bobblehead figures, either at the time of their release or after the fact. Our countdown includes Boba Fett Freddy Funko (Red Hair), Venom Freddy Funko, Signed Metallic Gold and Chrome Stan Lee Pop, and more!
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Top 10 Rarest Funko Pop Figures (That Might Make You Rich)


Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Rarest Funko Pop Figures (That Might Make You Rich).

For this list, we’ll be looking at the most expensive or in-demand of these popular bobblehead figures, either at the time of their release or after the fact.

Do you own any of these ultra-rare Pops? Brag about it in the comments!

#10: Buzz Lightyear Freddy Funko (Glow in The Dark)

With a name like “Toy Story,” this beloved animated franchise was destined to deliver some out-of-this world merchandise. It’s not too difficult to nab a standard version of this space-bound superhero for a reasonable price, but when Funko’s mascot Freddy puts on the helmet, the cost really takes flight. Even though he’s donned the signature suit a few times now, it’s this limited glow-in-the-dark figure that has reached prices to infinity and beyond, with current listings in the universe of five grand. With that much funding, Zurg doesn’t stand a chance.

#9: Boba Fett Freddy Funko (Red Hair)

Tracking down one of these exclusive figures requires its own bounty hunter. As if this classic “Star Wars” villain wasn’t already popular enough, this unmasked Freddy Funko version was only ever released at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con. For anyone living under a Millenium Falcon-sized rock, the series has seen a massive resurgence in the ensuing years with the release of several record-breaking blockbusters. The franchise’s profile has arguably never been higher, and since Boba Fett just starred in his own Disney+ series, we’d bet the rarity of this figure is going to a galaxy far, far away.


#8: Apollo Creed Freddy Funko (No Bruises)

Everyone loves a good old-fashioned training montage, but you may want to keep this Pop away from the boxing gloves. Freddy’s impersonation of this legendary boxing character is even more of a hot-ticket item than the original Creed figure, but that’s not where the exclusivity stops. Only a meager quantity of these crossovers were ever produced, but an even smaller collection were manufactured without Creed’s iconic bruising. Stepping into the ring for one of these Pops is dangerous enough, but it’s an even scrappier brawl to find a Creed that hasn’t already been roughed up by Ivan Drago.


#7: Franken Berry Freddy Funko (Glow in the Dark)

The oft-forgotten part of a well-balanced breakfast is, of course, a scarcely-produced cereal mascot figurine. With reportedly only twelve ever produced, this Freddy Funko-spin on the classic monster-meal icon fetches prices around six thousand dollars. It isn’t alone, either, since its sister cereal creatures like. Boo Berry also nab ghoulish prices in the ancillary market, even without a signature Freddy version. These undead icons are as pricey as they are sugary, so for the sake of collector’s wallets, maybe it’s for the best that Freddy skips over Boo Berry for now.

#6: Venom Freddy Funko

This symbiote has attached itself to more than just Spidey this time around. Freddy’s run-in with the iconic antagonist came hot off the heels of Venom’s 2018 big screen adventure, propelling the character to dizzying heights of popularity. However, since only 24 were produced, the frenzied demand led to an insane price tag currently valued around eight thousand dollars. Ever since Freddy dropped the first few letters of his name to embrace his inner Eddie Brock, this figure’s worth has been climbing the web. At this rate, it’ll be able to fund “Venom 3” in no time.

#5: Clown Dumbo

This influential Disney icon didn’t just get dolled up for a circus performance, but also for a massive surge in popularity. While there’s plenty of the standard edition to go around, eager collectors either had to be one of the lucky few at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con, or fish out big bucks after the fact to nab this guy. As one of the Mouse House’s oldest animated characters, this lovable elephant has the unique feature of appealing to a wide generation of audiences, which is surely part of the blame for its rabid demand. With over 80 years in the pop-culture conversation and counting, Dumbo’s price may end up flying as high as he does.

#4: Signed Metallic Gold and Chrome Stan Lee Pop

To get your hands on one of these, you need a thick wallet, the stars to align, and the willpower of Earth’s Mightiest. Not to be confused with the classic Red Metallic Superhero variant that also fetches a pretty penny, this pair of gold and chrome figures are among some of the rarest Pops in existence nowadays. Only ten of each color exist, and most of the copies in circulation are signed by the legendary comic writer himself. Since Lee unfortunately passed away in 2018, his signature alone is priceless, let alone on one of these uber-rare gold or chrome figures.

#3: Jaime Lannister Freddy Funko (Bloody)

This time, Funko’s mascot is heading to Westeros, and the results are a Pop worth about as much as the Seven Kingdoms altogether. Even for a fan-favorite character from one of the most talked-about television series of all time, $10,000 is an astonishing price tag for a single figure. The eldest Lannister sibling had been a standout since episode one, but his development in later seasons, as well as the unique blood-splattered pattern on the Pop, made for a perfect storm of fervid fan interest. Who needs the Iron Throne when your Funko is more valuable than the rest of your casts’ combined?


#2: Count Chocula Freddy Funko (Glow In the Dark)

It may not have a prize inside, but this undead cereal symbol’s Pop doesn’t need one with this kind of enduring esteem. More so than even its Franken Berry or Boo Berry cousins, this Freddy-spin has become one of the most sought after in its field. The exclusive release at the 2011 SDCC and extremely limited quantity have earned it an estimated worth upwards of ten grand. There’s a slightly cheaper metallic variation, but since Vampires can’t step in the sun, having one that glows in the dark is clearly the better choice - provided you can even find one on sale, that is.


#1: Signed Alex DeLarge (Glow in The Dark)

Compared to some of the biggest brands on the planet, classic literature doesn’t seem like it would be that big of a draw. But this exclusive release of the “Clockwork Orange” protagonist had more going for it than its minimal 12-unit production. Each one was signed and numbered by Funko CCO Brian Mariotti himself, turning this already-limited Pop into the company’s highest-valued product by far. Even finding a listing is a fool’s errand, and that’s before churning out the 25,000 dollars it's currently worth. With that kind of money, you could just buy the book - or an entire library.
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