11 Rarest Funko Pops Ever

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Funko debuted in 1998, but only became a cultural icon in the past decade or so. The brand’s iconic vinyl figurines and bobbleheads are inescapable and feature almost every character ever created. Of course, a large collectors’ community has emerged, giving rise to some incredibly valuable Funko Pops. To fuel the collecting of Funko Pop figures, Funko often releases exclusive figures in very limited numbers, including all of the Funko Pops on this list.
As of December 2020, the information on this list is as accurate as possible and will be updated as needed.

  1. Freddy Funko as Boba Fett (Red Hair)
  2. Number Produced: 24
     Reason for Rarity: Exclusive to 2014 San Diego Comic-Con
    Release Date: 2014
    Current Estimated Value: $5,180 (according to Pop Price Guide)
    Freddy Funko as Boba Fett (Red Hair)
    photo source: Pop Price Guide

    Freddy Funko as Boba Fett with Red Hair was a 2014 San Diego Comic-Con exclusive. This figure depicts Freddy Funko dressed up as the popular Star Wars character Boba Fett. Only 24 Red Hair Freddy Funko Boba Fett figures were produced and seven have been sold over the years. This Funko Pop has a current estimated value of $5,180, but was sold for $6,000 a few years ago.

    Did You Know?

    Boba Fett originally had a very small part in the original Star Wars trilogy, but quickly became one of the franchise’s most popular characters and had his role expanded in subsequent films, books, comics, TV series, and video games.


  3. Boo Berry (Glow in the Dark)
  4. Number Produced: 24
     Reason for Rarity: Exclusive to 2011 San Diego Comic-Con
    Release Date: 2011
    Current Estimated Value: $5,570 (according to Pop Price Guide)
    $5,570 (according to Pop Price Guide)
    photo source: Pop Price Guide

    The Glow in the Dark Boo Berry is one of the few Funko Pops on this list that isn’t Freddy Funko dressed up as a pop culture icon. This Boo Berry Funko is one of several General Mills cereal mascots that were released as 2011 San Diego Comic-Con exclusives. The General Mills cereal mascot Funko Pops are incredibly rare and valuable among Funko collectors. Glow in the Dark Boo Berry is currently worth $5,570 and only a handful of figures have ever been put up for sale. As of the time of this writing, there is a Glow in the Dark Boo Berry listed for $15,000!

    Did You Know?

    Boo Berry, which was first released in 1973, is the first ever blueberry-flavored cereal.


  5. Freddy Funko as Venom
  6. Number Produced: 24
     Reason for Rarity: Exclusive to 2019 San Diego Comic-Con
    Release Date: 2019
    Current Estimated Value: $7,370 (according to Pop Price Guide)
    Freddy Funko Venom
    photo source: Pop Price Guide


    Freddy Funko as Venom was an ultra-exclusive 2019 San Diego Comic-Con figure. This Funko was only available during the Funko Fundays event, which was ticketed and cost $150 per person. Additionally, Funko Fundays tickets are limited and difficult to get each year. However, anyone who manages to snag a ticket to Funko Fundays leaves with lots of swag, including exclusive figures like Freddy Funko as Venom. Only 24 Freddy Funko as Venom figures were given out.

    Did You Know?

    Despite its rarity and exclusivity, many people sold their Freddy Funko as Venom figures, not long after the Funko Fundays event. The Funko is currently worth about $7,370, but one was sold for nearly $9,000.


  7. Freddy Funko as Tony Stark (Metallic)
  8. Number Produced: 12
     Reason for Rarity: Exclusive to 2012 San Diego Comic-Con
    Release Date: 2012
    Current Estimated Value: $3,500 (according to Pop Price Guide)

    photo source: whatnot.com

    Freddy Funko as Tony Stark in a Metallic finish was released in 2012 as an exclusive for that year’s San Diego Comic-Con. As is typical for these Comic-Con exclusives, only 12 figures were produced. The Funko depicts Marvel Comics character Tony Stark wearing his metallic red Iron Man suit.

    Did You Know?

    2012 was the same year that The Avengers film debuted, which is why Freddy Funko as Tony Stark was created as one of that year’s Comic-Con exclusives.


  9. Freddy Funko as Ghost Rider (Metallic)
  10. Number Produced: 12
     Reason for Rarity: Exclusive to 2013 San Diego Comic-Con
    Release Date: 2013
    Current Estimated Value: $3,710 (according to Pop Price Guide)
    Freddy Funko as Ghost Rider (Metallic)
    photo source: coleka.com

    The Metallic version of Freddy Funko as Ghost Rider is yet another rare San Diego Comic-Con exclusive. The menacing-looking Funko was released in 2013 and is based on the Marvel Comics hero Ghost Rider. The Funko is decked out in Ghost Rider’s leather jacket and skull head and is holding the character’s signature metal chains.

    Did You Know?

    Funko also came out with a non-metallic version of Freddy Funko as Ghost Rider for 2013 San Diego Comic-Con and it is also fairly rare with only 96 figures released.


  11. Freddy Funko as Count Chocula (Metallic)
  12. Number Produced: 12
     Reason for Rarity: Exclusive to 2011 San Diego Comic-Con
    Release Date: 2011
    Current Estimated Value: $4,950 (according to Pop Price Guide)
    Freddy Funko as Count Chocula
    photo source: whatnot.com

    A couple different versions of Freddy Funko as Count Chocula were released as 2011 San Diego Comic-Con exclusives. The Metallic Freddy Funko Count Chocula figure is less valuable than the Glow in the Dark version, but just as rare. Only 12 figures were made for each variant. For some reason, collectors paid more for the Glow in the Dark Count Chocula. However, the Metallic Freddy Funko Count Chocula is still worth nearly $5,000!


  13. Freddy Funko as Franken Berry (Glow in the Dark)
  14. Number Produced: 12
     Reason for Rarity: Exclusive to 2011 San Diego Comic-Con
    Release Date: 2011
    Current Estimated Value: $6,400 (according to Pop Price Guide)
    Freddy Funko as Franken Berry
    photo source: Pop Price Guide

    The Glow in the Dark Freddy Funko as Franken Berry figure is No. 1 in the Pop! Vinyl line and the second most valuable Funko based on a General Mills cereal mascot. This Funko was one of several 2011 San Diego Comic-Con exclusives that is now worth thousands of dollars. Only 12 Glow in the Dark Freddy Funko as Franken Berry figures were produced.

    Did You Know?

    In 1972, a year after Franken Berry cereal was first introduced, the cereal was made with an indigestible pigment that turned some children’s feces pink, a symptom sometimes referred to as “Franken Berry Stool.”


  15. Stan Lee (Superhero) (Red Metallic)
  16. Number Produced: 12
     Reason for Rarity: Exclusive to 2017 L.A. Comic Con
    Release Date: 2017
    Current Estimated Value: $7,570 (according to Pop Price Guide)
    Stan Lee
    photo source: Pop Price Guide

    Stan Lee Superhero Funko Pops have been a staple of L.A. Comic Con, aka Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo, for many years. In 2017, an exclusive Red Metallic Stan Lee Superhero Funko Pop was available at that year’s convention. While there are several limited run Stan Lee Superhero figures, this Red Metallic one is the most valuable and currently estimated to be worth $7,570. Of the 12 figures produced, only a few have ever been put up for sale. Now that the great Stan Lee has passed on, these Stan Lee Superhero Funko Pops are pretty priceless.

    Did You Know?

    L.A. Comic Con was founded in 2011 and Stan Lee and his company, POW! Entertainment, as well as Cassandra Peterson (better known as Elvira), first formed a partnership with Comikaze Expo in 2012.


  17. Freddy Funko as Count Chocula (Glow in the Dark)
  18. Number Produced: 12
     Reason for Rarity: Exclusive to 2011 San Diego Comic-Con
    Release Date: 2011
    Current Estimated Value: $10,000 (according to Pop Price Guide)
    Freddy Funko as Count Chocula
    photo source: Pop Price Guide

    When you think of the rarest and most valuable Funko Pops, General Mills cereal mascots would probably never cross your mind. However, Funko Pop decided to make a Glow in the Dark Count Chocula Freddy Funko one of the exclusive figures at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con. As with all the ultra exclusive figures, only a dozen of these Count Chocula Funkos were made and its current estimated value is $10,000.

    Did You Know?

    Count Chocula was one of the first monster cereal mascots introduced by General Mills in 1971.


  19. Freddy Funko as Jaime Lannister (Bloody)
  20. Number Produced: 12
     Reason for Rarity: Exclusive to 2013 San Diego Comic-Con
    Release Date: 2013
    Current Estimated Value: $10,710 (according to Pop Price Guide)
    Freddy Funko as Jaime Lannister
    photo source: eBay

    Like most of the rare Funko Pops on this list, Freddy Funko as Jaime Lannister in his bloody glory was a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive. Only 12 figures were made for the 2013 Comic-Con, but quite a few of these rare Funko Pops have gone up for sale. Pop Price Guide lists the value of the Bloody Jaime Lannister Freddy Funko at $10,710. However, as of the time of this writing, there is an active eBay listing for this Funko, priced at an exorbitant $29,997!

    Did You Know?

    In addition to the Bloody Jaime Lannister Freddy Funkos, 96 plain Freddy Funko Jaime Lannisters Funkos were also up for grabs at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con.


  21. Clockwork Orange (Alex DeLarge) (Glow in the Dark)
  22. Number Produced: 12
     Reason for Rarity: Limited Edition w/low production numbers
    Release Date: c.2012
    Current Estimated Value: $13,600 (price paid at auction)
    Clockwork Orange
    photo source: funkofunatic.com


    The rarest and most valuable Funko Pop ever released is the Clockwork Orange Glow in the Dark figure. Only 12 figures, which are modeled after the movie’s main character, Alex DeLarge, were ever produced. The Clockwork Orange Funkos were never released to the general market and were given to people considered at the time to be Funko VIPs. As such a rare and special Funko, this Clockwork Orange figure has only ever been for sale on eBay twice. One figure sold for $13,000, while the second one sold for a whopping $13,600.

    Did You Know?

    Each Clockwork Orange Glow in the Dark Funko was numbered and signed by Funko CEO Brian Mariotti.

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