All Funko Pop figures list—from our Funko Pop chase list to our Funko Pop Marvel checklist—played a part in concocting this amazing review.
Because when it comes to making a Funko checklist, we leave no vinyl figure stone unturned.
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So we came up with this master list of vinyl figure wonders that combine all corners of the Pop world.
Cream of the Crop
To give you an idea, we scoured our Funko Star Wars list, Hot Topic exclusives, Toy Tokyo convention releases and everything in between.
That helped us to pick the cream of the crop in the world of Pops.
Freddy Funko would be proud, and you’re going to love everything we put in here.
So, wondering which made our cut, whether you’re going to find pop star toys like Johnny Ramone, Jerry Garcia or Kurt Cobain in here?
Well, just keep on reading and see what all Funko Pop figures list we reviewed had in store!
Our TOP 5 All Funko Pop Figures List
“A Simple Yet Appealing Toy”
Our Rating: 5
All Funko Pop figures list won’t be complete without having at least one vinyl figure based on the Harry Potter franchise; that much is true.
And who better to add in this Funko checklist than the main man himself, Harry Potter?
We’re not talking about something from a Funko Pop chase list here, either; we’re talking about classic Harry Potter.
We mean, sure, you’re going to love all the glow in the dark George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and Ringo StarrFunko Pop chase list regulars.
But there’s just something about regular releases that all the bluster and sparkle of even the rarest Toy Tokyo exclusive can match.
The Chosen One
Alright, let’s get this out of the way for you: this is a Hot Topic exclusive that all Funko Pop figures list should include.
And that’s because in spite of being a Hot Topic release, this one is still pretty affordable and easy to find.
You won’t have to break the bank or look through the secondary market too much in order to add the boy who lived to your collection.
Even Funko’s Pop Rocks figures based on Pulp Fiction or How to Train Your Dragon can’t boast that they’re as accessible as this!
And if you’re wondering, we here at Shrunk Collectibles made this Funko checklist with ALL licensed properties in mind.
Yes, that even includes Pop Rocks figures and the Funko Pop Marvel checklist.
A Magical Toy
Of their movies figures line, Harry Potter stands as one of the most beloved vinyl figure entries from the Pop line.
And it’s all shown in spades here, as you’re getting just the right amount of Pop simplicity and that trademark HP charm with this figure.
As per usual, the box and the overall packaging of this toy may not be the best out there, especially compared to older figures from other brands.
If you’ve seen all those Lars Ulrich, Stewart Copeland, or Andy Summers figures from old school McFarlane Toys, then you’d know what we’re talking about.
Still, we’d say that you’re getting a pretty decent window box here complete with all the brandings from Funko and the Harry Potter franchise.
Keep It Simple
This Harry Potter toy has all the qualities you’d expect from a Pop vinyl figure.
By that, we mean you’re getting minimal detail work without sacrificing the overall likeness of the character.
One notable design element here is, of course, Harry Potter’s forehead scar, which is nicely sculpted instead of just painted on.
The wand and robe are lackluster compared to more recent Pop toys, but they make the wizard recognizable.
The paint job’s decent, too, and you’re going to love Mr. Potter’s cute little glasses.
Our favorite part, though? It’s that Hogwarts crest on his left chest, which is nicely detailed in spite of its size.
“An Epic Funko Iron Man”
Our Rating: 5
When we checked all Funko Pop figures list we’ve done before, we figured that adding one from the Funko Pop chase list is just right.
So, get your Funko Pop Marvel checklist ready, because you’re about to add another highly coveted toy there.
Move over, Bilbo Baggins and Dr. Emmet Brown.
This Tony Stark figure is about to change the course of history (your Funko Pop Marvel checklist history, that is).
It’s based on the Avengers Endgame movie’s aftermath of the climactic battle between the world’s greatest heroes and the mad titan.
This toy has all the feels and then some.
Yes, we’re talking about having a little dying Tony Stark vinyl figure to your collection.
You know the one: that moment where he had just snapped his fingers with the infinity gauntlet on and we promptly devolved into a pool of tears.
Whatever it Takes
On the downside, this is an exclusive Pop toy.
So it is unlike their movies figures or their Pop Rocks figures based on Kurt Cobain, Jerry Garcia, or Freddy Funko.
That means you’re going to have a harder time than average looking for this amazing toy.
On the bright side, it’s definitely worth adding to your Pop shelf, and as far as exclusives go, this one is easy to find.
Plus, the fact that it’s not too expensive for an exclusive release makes this even more appealing.
Well, that is if you don’t count the packaging, which is pretty much your standard Pop window box that’s frankly not that exciting to look at.
But what matters is the contents of the packaging, and boy, does this toy deliver!
Design-wise, you’re getting a rather standard Pop head here.
One exception is it has a decent sculpted beard and a small dash of red paint going down Iron Man’s right eye.
The real show starts from the neck down, though, as you could see Funko uncharacteristically outdid themselves with the sculpt and paint job on this one.
With all those nicely sculpted seams going from the arms, torso, right to his legs, this is an exclusive release worthy of the moniker.
Top Tier Paint Job
And the paint job is just top tier here.
They used metallic red and gold as opposed to their more muted paint palettes that they used on Iron Man before.
Oh, and his arc reactor and the infinity gauntlet glow in the dark.
That is really nice when you display it out of the box and in dim light conditions!
“An Action-Packed Funko Pop!”
Our Rating: 5
Maybe you’ve read all Funko Pop figures list that came before this.
Or maybe you’re the kind of person who sticks to certain franchises like a Funko Star Wars list or a Funko Pop Marvel checklist.
But when it comes to movies figures, you need to have John McClane in there.
That’s exactly what we’re doing for all Funko Pop figures list from here on out.
Badass Action Hero
From Pulp Fiction characters, Bilbo Baggins to Dr. Emmet Brown, the movies figures Funko checklist has no shortage of iconic characters.
In this case, we have everyone’s favorite Christmas badass and action hero, John McClane.
And here’s the best part:
You wouldn’t have to scour a Funko Pop chase list to know that this figure is like the movie vinyl figure equivalent of gold!
Guns and Nakatomi
Unlike gold, though, you’re going to find that this toy comes at a very decent price, which is just slightly above the SRP for Pops.
John McClane comes in the usual Pop window box.
It might look bland at this point, but to be honest the red and black Die Hard branding works well with the box overall.
Also, you’re going to be happy to find out that this particular release belongs to that unusual category of Pops.
It’s the category where only the head takes cues from Pop’s overall design sensibilities.
Now, that might be a turnoff if you’re a hardcore Pop head, but we here at Shrunk Collectibles find it refreshing.
After all, thousands and thousands of repeating design elements definitely gets boring, and no one wants that!
The head sculpt on this one is much like the other entries from all Funko Pop figures list that came before.
You’re getting the standard Pop head, but you’re going to like how John McClane’s hair here is pretty screen accurate.
From the neck down, you’ll find that the anatomy of the whole figure is almost freakily realistic.
It’s as if you could make a “real-looking” toy if you replaced the head on this one.
The minute details are sparse, but it’s just enough to make the character recognizable as the iconic cop vigilante from the movies.
In fact, the patches of gray paint that signify the sweat and soot on his head and shirt, respectively, is what ties this whole package together.
Willis is Proud
Another thing you’re going to like about this toy is how Funko managed to mix things up a bit with the pose.
On the regular, we just get treated to a vinyl figure that’s staring straight and with very minor variations on the arms and legs.
That small tilt of the head, the raised arm holding the walkie talkie and the slightly relaxed arm holding a beretta makes this toy stand out, though.
Any Funko checklist would be more exciting if it had this Bruce Willis—we mean, John McClane— toy!
Oh, and it’s a perfect stocking stuffer for the holidays, too!
“A Nice Deluxe Pop Figure”
Our Rating: 5
All Funko Pop figures list also needs a Star Wars entry; after all, it’s the biggest sci-fi franchise in the world right now.
Now, we could have added a regular vinyl toy for you here.
But we thought it better to up the stakes and show you this Deluxe Millenium Falcon toy.
It’s just absolutely grand, if we were to sum this toy in one word, and worthy of being marked as a deluxe release.
From the size to the design of the Millennium Falcon, we’re going to say that it is great.
Only the most radical and stubborn of Pop heads aren’t going to appreciate what the company has done here.
So, let’s punch it and get to hyperdrive, because all Funko Pop figures list won’t be complete without this one.
Piloting the Stars
Let’s set this aside right here and now: the main thing showcased in this package is the Millennium Falcon, not Han Solo.
As such, you’re going to find that much like the Creature from the Black Lagoon Pop toy, this is a design based on a standard release.
We’re not complaining, though, because it really is nice to see this toy have an updated pose.
In this case, we have Han Solo piloting the Millennium Falcon instead of just standing straight with bowed legs, which is the standard Pop pose.
Also, it’s nice that Funko didn’t cheap out on the work here, as they added a complete figure here, legs and all.
We mean, they could have just added the torso here and called it a day, but they didn’t. So, good job, Funko!
The Fastest Ship
Now, on to the main attraction: the Falcon itself, and it’s absolutely gorgeous.
For one, it stands on a base with the Star Wars logo on it.
That just screams “deluxe: all over, not to mention it makes posing the whole thing much easier.
But what really had us hooked on this toy is the fact that the Millennium Falcon itself doesn’t take any design elements from the Funko Pop line.
It’s almost like they just sculpted and molded a regular Millennium Falcon—which is cool in itself— and slapped on Han Solo on the side cockpit.
Others might find the contrast of style here somewhat jarring, but if you’re like us, you’re going to welcome it with open arms and find it delightful.
“A Spooky and Delightful Toy”
Our Rating: 5
When talking about icons, you have your George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and Ringo Starr when it comes to rock music.
Of course, we can’t forget about Kurt Cobain, Jerry Garcia, and Johnny Ramone either.
But when it comes to movies figures, especially one based on horror, very few characters could match the status of Beetlejuice.
Ah, yes, Michael Keaton’s supernatural weirdo gets the Pop treatment and finds itself in all Funko Pop figures list worth their salt.
And we will say this: this is probably one of those releases where we actually love the head sculpt, but we’re getting ahead of ourselves.
Speak it Thrice
The packaging is what you’d expect from the Pop line: it’s a window box with all the brandings from the licensed property and the toy company itself.
However, Funko went above and beyond their usual packaging here, as they made really nice color choices that match the character—purple and green.
But let’s get this out of the way right now: despite being a regular release, this toy has gotten a bit pricey ever since it first came out.
Still, it’s not so expensive that you’re going to end up eating ramen for the rest of the year if you chose to buy it.
Besides, the higher price is really justified by how nicely designed this Beetlejuice toy is.
Like we said earlier, we actually like the head sculpt on this release, and that’s because it upgraded the otherwise plain Pop head design.
Sure, you’re still getting the beady eyes and the small triangular nose here, but it all works nicely given the original look of the Beetlejuice character.
And what sets this one apart is an actual mouth sculpt that features a nice row of teeth!
Excellent Paint Job
Of course, the sculpt is just part of it.
This is probably one of the best paint jobs on a Pop head sculpt we’ve seen in a while.
It makes use of pale whites, tinges of green, and smoky grays.
The cap accessory and the hair sculpt is done well, too!
From the neck down, you’re getting lots of nice, small detail work on the character’s trench coat and that red, devilish undershirt.
There are buttons on it and it’s sculpted wavily, which makes it look less like plastic and more like fabric.
The same goes for the red undershirt on Beetlejuice; Funko really did a nice job in sculpting the master mold for this release.
The waist down looks nicely stiff, which provides a contrast to the crumpled upper body details of the character.
And finally, the overall paint job might not be the shiniest, but it definitely ties the whole package together.
In the end, you’re getting one of the greatest horror Pops to date!
All Funko Pop Figures List—Our Verdict!
With a nice mix of toys from different franchises and licensed properties, crafting this list was harder than usual.
From Star Wars to movies, to video games and Pop Rocks figures like Andy Summers, the whole Pop landscape is far and wide!
However, it’s well worth the effort, as we’ve made it our mission to help you in your Funko Pop quest.
After all, that’s what all Funko Pop figures list should aim for!