We here at Shrunk Collectibles find it to be the perfect time to give you this Fallout Funko Pop list.
What with all the—well— unpleasantness going on around the world.
We think Fallout is the perfect series to lift your spirits up (and maybe show a preview of the world’s eventual future).
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In any case, we’re just happy that Funko is still here putting out some of the cutest, nicest vinyl toys this side of the apocalypse.
This Fallout Funko Pop list is the perfect companion to finding out which should be on your shelves.
It’s no surprise: the game Fallout is a perfect franchise for Funko to adapt into their POP line.
Especially with its amazing lone wanderer and vault dweller male characters, right up to the Hot Topict60 power armor green exclusive.
So, if you’re wondering which of these post-apocalyptic cuties made it into our Fallout Funko Pop list, then put on your gear and load your blasters!
This Fallout Funko Pop list is all you’ll need to choose which vinyl toy would be a perfect addition to your growing collection.
Getting into Fallout
We’re going to say it right here and now: we had a few candidates when we thought of making a new Funko list for you guys.
We considered the Gamestop Black Friday Funko pop list, the World of Warcraft Pop list, and the New York Comic Con exclusives.
However, none of those fit nicely in today’s time more than the Fallout franchise.
Get it Out!
And on a side note, we actually highly encourage the whole “play and collect” aspect of toy collecting.
After all, it’d be a shame if you just let these adorable vinyl warriors sit in their window box prisons!
How else could you fully enjoy those exclusive glowing “one glow” exclusive releases or the unmasked male Pop vinyl you got from New York Comic con?
So, we think the entries in this Fallout Funko Pop list are the kinds of toys you’ll best enjoy out of their original packaging.
Whether it’s the t60 power armor green ver. or that sweet Vault Boy toughness figure, we highly encourage that you actually play with these adorable toys.
Our TOP 5 Fallout Funko Pop List
“An Affordable and Amazing Toy!”
Our Rating: 4.5
It’s hard determining which character from the game Fallout is the funkiest, let alone with a dash of creepy cuteness thrown into the mix.
Maybe you’ll say it’s the Vault Boy green version toy, the Codsworth damaged Funko Pop, or perhaps the t51 power armornukacola release?
But if you ask us, this Fallout Funko Pop list is choosing the Mole Miner from the game Fallout 76.
It’s because of the sheer fact that it strikes a balance between cute and creepy perfectly.
Seriously, this figure won’t look out of place in a franchise like Alien or the Star Wars franchise, and even all those old 1950s sci-fi pulps.
Suffice it to say that encountering this cutie would have you donning the Power armort60 to shoot anything that might harm it.
Mining Funko Gold!
And we’re not simply talking about resale here; this is a true Funko treasure that you have in your hands once you get the Mole Miner.
And one of the things that makes this a shoo-in for our Fallout Funko Pop list is its packaging.
It is far and away from the usual POP box you get with this line of toys.
Easy to Get
Aside from that, it’s pretty easy to get your hands on this figure, since it’s not a Game Stop exclusive.
Therefore it’s not a pain to add to your collection, which is why it’s simply a perfect Fallout Funko Pop list entry in our book.
The addition of the Fallout logo’s color scheme and that nice Funko Pop artwork on the box make this figure stand out from the rest of its peers.
And that’s just the packaging; wait ‘til we get to what’s inside!
There’s absolutely that feeling of having the Vault Boy luck bonus in your hands once you acquire this creepily cute figure.
Here’s a tip for you: you could easily grab this online or at your local toy or collectibles shop.
That is by far better than having to fall in line at a convention for more than 5 hours just to get a Pop figure.
Great Overall Sculpt
As for the figure itself, the overall sculpt on this toy is a step above what Funko Pops usually have.
All the designs, paired with Funko Pop’s signature design sensibilities, make this an absolute must-have.
All in all, we will say that this is one of those cases where both the character and the Funko POP design meld perfectly with one another.
That created an amazing figure any collector would be happy to have.
“An Instant Fallout Pop Classic.”
Our Rating: 4.5
Following up our previous entry for this Fallout Funko Pop list is none other than the power armor vinyl figure.
Simply put: this is the most “bang for your buck” Funko toy out there.
Seriously, this is the kind of Funko Pop toy that would make even the most hardcore of Funko haters think twice.
They may even fall in love with the whole toy line.
This is one good Funko Pop figure that has everything: great sculpt, paints, and overall design; it’s definitely a must-have for all you collectors.
And that’s definitely what makes this power armor such a fine figure for our Fallout Funko Pop list.
It has some impeccable design sensibilities that make the Pop line such a great series.
So much so, that you’d think this power armor toy is some deluxe Funko Pop figure release that’s worth more than its retail price.
Thankfully it’s not.
A Fun Armor!
There’s a whole host of power armors from the Fallout franchise you could choose from, which makes this version stand out even more.
For one, you have t60 power armor green ver., the t51 power armornukacola, or the power armor black version.
But there’s just something about this standard build that hits the right spot.
Badass Yet Cute
To call it basic is a criminal understatement: this gray metallic figure is Funko Pop’s way of combining badassery with cuteness in one amazing package.
By that, we mean the head sculpt—actually, it’s more of a helmet sculpt— would make any Freddy Funko Fallout Pop fan proud.
Then, there’s the gun accessory, which looks like it’s been ripped straight out of the Marvel Legends lines.
So thank you, Funko, for putting another gem in the hands of us humble Pop heads.
The thing you’re going to love most about this is how well the head has been designed.
It features a variety of tubes and headlights that capture the power armor as they appear in the game Fallout.
The sculpt here is really detailed, which is not something the Funko Pop line is known for but is no less a welcome addition to the whole line.
The gun accessory and body of the figure are finely painted and sculpted, too.
It really makes you think that there’s more to the whole Funko Pop line than just putting out cute little toys, and it’s great!
If you ask us, our favorite part of this toy is the paint job.
The use of weathered gunmetal grey is a welcome divergence from Funko’s usual bright palette.
All in all, it doesn’t matter if you like Pops or not: this is one badass figure, hands-down.
“A Cool but Flawed Figure”
Our Rating: 5
We mentioned play and collect earlier, and this next entry into your Fallout Funko Pop list is perfect for that.
Boys and girls, it’s the t51 power armornukacola.
Really, this is one of our favorite Pops from the Fallout line.
We think it’s going to be yours, too, once you see what it has to offer.
Similar to the power armor we have earlier in this list, it’s one of those Pops that don’t necessarily look like a Pop.
That is a great refresher for the whole line.
To be specific, aside from the usual cute Pop vibes, you’re getting a rather menacing—in other words, badass— aura with this toy.
That makes it look like it has the Fallout Vault Boy toughness bonus or a Vault Boy luck buff.
If we’re going to nitpick things, though, our only problem with this otherwise perfect figure is that you can’t take off its helmet.
It would have been really cool to perhaps see a Codsworth damaged face there, an unmasked male, or a lone wanderer if you removed the helmet.
But it is what it is.
Flaws Aside, Though…
Although this may not be our favorite entry in this Fallout Funko Pop list, it still is one of the best Fallout toys you’ll ever.
And hey, just because it’s not OUR favorite doesn’t mean it couldn’t be YOURS: after all, it’s all about preference when it comes to these things.
What we can agree on, though, is the love for Funko Pops!
So, again, this is one of the best Pops out there.
It comes close to all those trading card illustrations for that Fallout board game, meaning it’s awesome.
From the paint job to the little helmet details, you can’t go wrong with this Pop figure.
A Fun Gun
One of the best things about this toy is how the gun accessory has this scale to it that makes it look all intimidating.
The head sculpt is nicely detailed as well, even though it’s not as jacked up as the regular armor toy.
It still has enough bells and whistles on it to make it one of the top Pops out there.
By that, we mean the sculpted headlights and gas mask tubes on this toy’s head sculpt is something that you won’t find in any other Pop line.
That is why this Fallout series is amazing.
About the Finish
Now, we will say that we love how Funko decided to put that metallic grey finish on the helmet, arms, gloves, and boots.
However, it’s not perfect: the paint application itself is a bit spotty and flat on this toy.
But just to be clear: this is more an issue with the production in this case, and we hope that your particular unit doesn’t suffer from this.
Near Perfect Toy
Another flaw on this otherwise near-perfect toy is the fact that the Freddy Funko Fallout Pop gang has already gotten to it.
That means you’re going to pay way above SRP if you want to add this to your shelves.
It just goes to show that it’s not all about those Game Stop, Hot Topic, or New York Comic Con exclusives.
Any Pop could fall victim to overpricing, and it’s sad for the whole Pop community in general.
Worth the Coins
But, if you have the coin to spend, then go ahead; you can’t go wrong with this figure right here.
And believe us: there are far worse options out there (looking at you Jollibee ad icons Pop toy).
In conclusion, this would have been a total classic if not for the inconsistent paint apps and its current pricing.
“An Iconic Character as Pop”
Our Rating: 5
No Fallout Funko Pop list would be legit if we didn’t add the Vault Boy figure in here, so here you go.
If nothing else, this is the most recognizable character—and emblem—of the whole Fallout franchise.
There are multiple versions of this toy like the exclusive glowing “one glow” version, the Fallout Vault Boy toughness ver., or the Vault Boy green ver.
Still, nothing could beat the classics.
So, for this Fallout Funko Pop list, we’re sticking with the regular version of everyone’s favorite post-apocalyptic companion.
Funko Vault Icon
Like we said, the game Fallout would be way different if Vault Boy wasn’t a part of it.
That is one of the main reasons we included this figure on our list.
Design-wise, though, it’s sort of an acquired taste and one that we’re sure you’re going to appreciate if you’re a fan of the game.
However, we will say this: you’re getting Funko Pop at its purest with this figure, what with all the design sensibilities from the line present here.
In fact, we’ll even go so far as to say that this is a dead ringer for the Freddy Funko Fallout Pop sculpt.
It’s Very Nice
But what makes this worthy of our Fallout Funko Pop list is the sheer fact that it doesn’t need much to stand out.
Sure, the nice paint job is there albeit it’s not the best we’ve seen on a Pop.
There might not be any accessories on this, but it doesn’t need them.
And best of all, this is one figure that you could easily get near its original suggested retail price (or even lower).
So, if you’re a fan of the Fallout game or that classic Pop look, this is the perfect figure for you.
“A Creepy Yet Cool Toy!”
Our Rating: 5
And here we are with the final entry in this Fallout Funko Pop list.
It’s rounded out by something spectacular, which is the Mothman from the game Fallout 76.
And whereas the Vault Boy Pop relies heavily on Funko’s design sensibilities, this Mothman toy does the opposite.
Doesn’t Look like Pop
It’s one of those Pop that don’t look too much like a Pop.
We love how Funko is able to keep things fresh by not always sticking to the same formula.
This Mothman figure is a perfect example of that.
Just in case you haven’t noticed it yet, we love Pops and this figure is one of our absolute favorites regardless of the line.
Freaky Funko Cutie
The thing we adore the most about this Fallout Funko Pop list entry is that the character’s design itself blends perfectly with Funko Pop’s overall design sensibility.
It’s got an insectoid overall build to it, so it doesn’t make use of the usual big Pop head that we’ve all grown to love.
And the beady eyes? Well, it’s just perfect for this figure, because it’s an anthropomorphized insect character!
This Funko Pop toy shows the company is able to keep things fresh all the while adding design elements to it that make a good figure.
If you’re a Fallout fan or just a Pop enthusiast, you won’t go wrong with this amazing toy right here.
Conclusion on Our Fallout Funko Pop List
Whether you’re looking for a figure based on characters from TV, movies, or one of those Ad icons, Funko’s Pop line has no shortage of licensed properties.
As such, it won’t be hard to find your favorite character to add to your display case.
In the case of this list, it’s full of instant classics from the line that we think you’re going to absolutely love.
This Fallout Funko Pop list has everything from creepy bugs to badass armors, so go out there and get yours now!