One of the most popular lines to come from the Funko Pops range are TV Funko Pops. Whether they are Power Rangers, Big Bang Theory, Braking Bad or Doctor Who Funko Pops, TV Funko Pops are incredibly popular. With such a wide range, some are obviously more popular than others. Here are the Most Expensive TV Funko Pops, in infographic form!

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Some of Funko Pops’ most recognisable range has been the range associated with TV Shows. Popular franchises such as Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, and Doctor Who have had their own ranges of Funko Pops. With ranges being introduced or retired regularly, some individual Pops are now quite rare and fetch a lot on the open market. Here are the most expensive Television Funko Pops (as of December 2016).


White Power Ranger – Glow in the Dark

The Glow in the Dark White Ranger from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers was an exclusive at the San Diego Comic Con at 2013. Only 480 were ever made and it is the most expensive TV based Funko Pop. On average they sell for $470.00, and the most expensive that has ever sold has been for over $700!


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Regina – Black Dress & Glitter

Regina, from TV’s Once Upon a Time, has had a number of variants. But the Black Dress & Glitter Variant that was at the 2015 San Diego Comic Con has become quite a collector’s item. More of these exist, but still just over 1000 were made. Expect to pay around $350 for one, but you can pay over $400 for one!



Skeletor – Black Hood

The Black Hood Variant of Skeletor from TV’s Masters of the Universe was again another San Diego Comic Con exclusive, this time again at 2013. Only 480 were ever made for the Comic Con, and for fans wanting to pick up this Funko Pop, you can expect to pay around $250 for it in the box.



Lion-O – Flocked

From another popular 1980’s TV show, Thundercats, Lion-O’s Flocked variant was debuted at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con. Again around 1000 were made and if you want to complete your Thundercats collection this would be approximately $200 to buy.



Bryan Fuller

Finally, from TV’s Hannibal is the first one that isn’t a variant. This was an ultra exclusive Funko Pop that was introduced at 2015’s San Diego Comic Con. To get this Funko Pop into your collection expect to pay $190. Though it has been known to go for up to $400!


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