When people think of Funko Pops, they think of the array of pop culture characters and real-life celebrities immortalized in vinyl, but understand they won't always look exactly like the character they're emulating. Some Funko Pops, though, look like the characters in an instantly recognizable way, working with only small identifying features or a tweak to the formulaic Funko appearance. Whether it's the brown afro on Bob Ross or the stern distaste in Dorothy Zbornak's expression, Funko has several figurines that capture their subjects perfectly, making them instantly identifiable.
Coffee, angry eyebrows, epic mustache: This Ron Swanson Funko Pop could get work as a stand-in for actor Nick Offerman if Parks and Rec ever has a reunion show.
Stern and ready to work for the government while hating the government, all he's missing is a hearty piece of bacon.5110Is this surprisingly accurate?
Funko went the extra mile with this Hagrid Pop by making it 6 inches tall instead of the standard 4 inches. They also ditched the straight eyebrows for his bushy ones and replicated his mass of hair and beard, adding in Harry's birthday cake for the final touch.
It's clear exactly who this Funko Pop is as soon as any Harry Potter fan sees it.4311Is this surprisingly accurate?
It may seem easy to make a Pop when the subject is a stuffed animal or character from an animated film, but often, the proportions seem off somehow.
This Mr. Pricklepants from Toy Story 3 doesn't have that problem, perfectly capturing the small, round legs and happy expression on the lederhosen-clad hedgehog.399Is this surprisingly accurate?
Valak the Nun
In a break from its usual figures, Funko decided to give Valak (dressed as the Nun) some pupils in its horrible yellow eyes.
The pallid, veiny skin stretched over the long, pointy nose and mouth full of bared, sharp teeth complete the look of this heinous entity.3610Is this surprisingly accurate?