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People Are Spending Absurd Amounts Of Money On The Rarest Funko Pops Of All Time

Updated July 25, 2020 12.5k votes 2.3k voters 153.7k views16 items

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The Funko POP! toy line has become one of the most popular and accessible series of pop culture-related collectibles around nowadays. Because of how many figures are put out by Funko every year there have been an increasingly high number of collectors starting to pay attention to uncommon and rare Funko POPs or figures that are hard to get, before then turning them into some of the most expensive Funko POP! toys of all time.

This is common with any kind of collectible that consumers can get their hands on, and thanks to the seemingly endless number of brands and franchises that Funko figures are released in conjunction with, they have a broad appeal. However, even the most avid of Funko POP! collectors may be surprised to hear what the price points are for the rarest Funko POPs.

So whether it be a Funko POP! that only ran for a short period during the start of the company's run, or extremely rare convention-only exclusives, here are some of the super expensive Funko POPs that consumers have been paying obscenely high amounts of money for in order to add them to their collections.

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    Bloody Rorschach

    Photo: Funko

    Released as an exclusive at San Diego Comic-Con in 2013, this highly sought after variant is only one of two figures ever made of Watchmen's Rorschach. Because of its appeal and rarity too, it now sells for anywhere from $450 to $500.

    Is this one worth it?
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    Red Skull

    Photo: Funko

    Released six years ago in conjunction with Captain America: The First Avenger, it is the only Red Skull figure that Marvel and Funko have ever released together. As such, it usually goes for $300 - $350.

    Is this one worth it?
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    Planet Arlia Vegeta

    Photo: Funko

    This Funko POP! variant that was released in 2014 as an exclusive to New York Comic Con and Toy Tokyo is one of the most expensive and rare figures that the company has ever released. It's currently valued at $1820 amongst collectors.

    Is this one worth it?
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    The Blue Suit Mr. Incredible

    Photo: Funko

    Similar to several other entries on this list, this Blue Suit Mr. Incredible figure was a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive back in 2011. Nowadays, it sells for close to $500 on eBay.

    Is this one worth it?