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Whether it’s from Adventure Time, Daryl Dixon, Chandler Bing and right up to the Brady Bunch, these Pop vinyl figures made our Funko Pop Television list!
And who knows, maybe you’ll find the perfect addition to your Pop TV and Funko Pop movies figure collection.
So Many Figures
You have so many figures to choose from, between biker Daryl, injured Daryl, and normal Daryl Dixon Walking Dead Funko TV figures.
So which ones are actually worth your hard-earned money?
Funko TV Fun!
It’s pretty much an insurmountable task to pick just 5 Funko Pops out of their whole line.
So when we made this Funko Pop Television list, we strictly stuck to their TV category.
And even then, it was tough choosing from the pink ranger to the white ranger; Princess Bubblegum to Beast Boy; and even John Locke to Michael Bluth.
But we live to serve you, fellow fans and collectors.
So by the time you finish going through this Funko Pop Television list, you’d hopefully get an idea on which Funko Pop vinyl figures to select!
So, without further ado, here are our top 5 picks for the Funko Pop Television list – enjoy, boys and girls!
Our TOP 5 Funko Pop Television List
“The Coolest Bob Ross Pop!”
Our Rating: 5
Ah, Bob Ross: sure, there might be other characters that we could have added, like Tobias Funke, Jack Shephard or the cast of Yo Gabba Gabba.
But there’s just something about this former army man turned master painter that gives us the chills—and the good kind at that.
And speaking of “chill”, maybe it’s that calming voice he has or that sweet, welcoming white man afro he’s sporting.
One thing’s certain, though.
This guy trumps any other Funko TV badass— eat your heart out, Rick Grimes Prison yard vinyl fig— by being one of the most laid-back.
Seriously, show us a person who thinks Bob Ross isn’t cool and you’ll end up showing us a bald-faced liar!
Because no matter how much of a stud your favorite TV character is, they can’t beat Bob Ross in one category.
And that, my friends, is being a real inspiration.
Question is, why did we add this Funko vinyl toy here?
Getting the Stroke
Funko Pop may not be known for putting much attention to detail, but they definitely know how to leave what’s important in.
And speaking of this approach, Bob is no exemption, as fans and collectors are left with his trademark gear and appearance.
And that’s definitely one of the main reasons why we included this toy in our Funko Pop Television list.
It has just the right amount of Ross-ness and POP-ness to it that makes it stand out.
Get Ross Out of Box
Of course, like any other Funko vinyl figure—Funko Pop movies line or otherwise— you can’t fully appreciate it if it’s trapped inside the box.
So, live a little and take vinyl figures like this out of their cardboard prisons.
You’re missing out a whole lot with this figure if you just left the Ross man in there.
Unlike most Pop vinyl figures whose designs look like they were just phoned in, this one actually has some personality to it, which you’re going to love.
First off, you’ll immediately notice that puffed gingery brown afro of the artist, but what sets him apart from other Pops is how sculpted this part is.
It’s not doesn’t look like there’s a bike helmet or marshmallow on his head.
It looks like hair, which is something you’d definitely appreciate on a Pop!
What’s more amazing, though, is how Funko went above and beyond their usual style.
They decided to even sculpt the beard on this cute little figure instead of just painting it on.
Let’s just say that Bob Ross is far and away from the likes of Lois Lane, the tank zombie, or the white ranger.
This one’s really sculpted well.
Makes You Relaxed
However, our favorite part is the inclusion of his signature brush and pallet combo -come on, guys, Bob Ross won’t be legit without it.
Still, we’re not giving this a perfect score, because a couple of things.
One, and we know this is too much to ask, it wouldn’t have hurt to make the brush and pallet removable.
So that we could alter how he holds it -a very minor nitpick but a nitpick nonetheless.
Second, this Bob Ross figure is near-perfect when it comes to general likeness combined with Pop vinyl sensibilities, but there’s one thing missing!
Had they added that necklace of his, then this would have gotten a perfect score from us.
“A Perfect Dwight Schrute Toy!”
Our Rating: 5
The Office is truly a classic television show and the Dwight Schrute character is definitely one of the reasons that contribute to its legacy.
However, that’s not the only thing that makes this worthy of being added to our Funko Pop Television list.
There’s a whole lot more this figure has to offer than that.
First off, it’s not unusual for Funko to reuse their molds.
Just look at their white ranger and pink ranger Funko Pop figures based on the Power Rangers series and you’ll know what we’re talking about.
This Dwight Schrute figure bucks that trend, though, as it honestly look like a dedicated sculpt for this particular figure.
Some Office Work
There’s nothing that immediately stands out with this Dwight Schrute toy when you first look at it.
Simply put, it’s got everything you’d expect from a Pop toy at first glance: those beady eyes, that soft squared head, no mouth sculpt, etc.
But as with the previous entry on this list, this is another case of Funko leaving in the necessary details, which is actually very impressive.
And they do this by, first, giving you a nice but non-removable glasses accessory on the character.
It’s not unlike what you get from the Tobias Funke Funko Pop vinyl figure.
Then, the hair sculpt, sure is pretty much accurate to its basis, with that cute Funko cartoon style.
Characters like Kate Austen, Chandler Bing, DJ Lance Rock or Michael Bluth share those same qualities, and you’ll probably enjoy them as well.
But Dwight Schrute becomes all the better when we look at this figure from the neck down, though.
Job Accomplished, Funko!
Like we said, it appears—at least to us here at Shrunk Collectibles—that Funko actually dedicated a specific mold in producing this Dwight Schrute figure.
And what an amazing job they did!
Aside from screen accuracy—of course, we’re taking their caricaturized versions into account here—it’s the actual body sculpt of the figure that stands out.
For one, it’s not the norm for you to see more detailed body sculpts on Pops, which Dwight Schrute has.
It’s something you’re going to truly appreciate.
Detailed Body Sculpt
Just look at those folds and creases on his shirt and pants.
It’s something that Funko almost always tends to do away with, but not this time.
Now, we’ll say this: it has sasquatch-like feet, and that’s a good thing if you ask us.
It gives the figure more stability for when you display it on its own.
And, of course, that beeper accessory on his hip is a nice touch!
“Rare but Worth It!”
Our Rating: 5
Parks and Recreation is like Adventure Time and Yo Gabba Gabba.
It’s a program that may appear all fun and games at first but has got loads of heart to it.
And one of the characters to give it that kind of heart is none other than Ron Swanson.
Move aside Jack Shephard; scoot over, RV walker; see you later, injured Daryl Dixon figure, because Ron Swanson is the bee’s knees.
That is why it belongs in our Funko Pop Television list.
Numbered 499—which just shows how far the company has gotten with this toy line — this figure is relatively old at least by Funko Pop standards.
Some Bad News
As such, we have a bit of bad news for you.
It’s a long shot for you to be able to get this one at retail price these days.
That is a bummer, but is understandable given how popular the character is.
Pops and Rec.
You won’t see Ron Swanson in stock at your local comic or toy shop for the most part.
That’s unlike the Pop vinyl Rick Grimes Prison yard figure or the Daryl Dixon Funko Pops you’d see sitting on shelves.
But if you do, grab it, because this particular character is a pretty hot commodity.
And it’s because even in spite of its popularity, Funko didn’t make as many units of this figure as they did with characters from other properties.
We can cite examples like Adventure Time or DC Comics characters like Lois Lane or Beast Boy.
Parks and Receation is a popular show, but Funko must have dropped the ball in gauging the demand for Ron Swanson.
But, talking about the toy itself, the reason we added this to our Funko Pop Television list goes beyond the laws of supply and demand.
The Nitty Gritty
There’s nothing really special about this Ron Swanson figure if you’re simply looking at its head.
By that, we mean it simply makes use of Funko’s usual design language and captures only the most notable features of a character.
There’s the coiffed hair parted to the right; that quizzical expression, which are done via painted brows; and, of course, there’s that manly moustache of his.
In doing so, Funko captures the overall aura of the character overall, so great job on that regardless of whether it’s a dedicated sculpt or not.
We’ve mentioned that Funko has this habit of overusing old sculpts and applying it different figures (it’s cost-efficient, after all).
However, it seems like they went the extra mile here by creating a dedicated mold for this Ron Swanson figure from the neck down.
Serious about Fun(ko)
Dressed in his signature shirt and dress pants combo (the official manly man uniform), this figure has some nicely sculpted crease details on them.
But our favorite part, of course, is that coffee mug.
It’s too bad that they didn’t make this one a removable accessory just so we could fidget with it.
Or better yet, place a different accessory on his hand, like a slice of delicious steak.
His brown leather shoes are also beautifully sculpted, which is yet another detail that Funko absolutely killed with this toy.
Seriously, they could have just phoned it in and gone home.
But they thankfully didn’t, so we’re left with one of the best TV vinyl figs available in the market today!
“An Affordable and Detailed Figure!”
Our Rating: 5
Despite being three seasons long, Stranger Things seems like it hasn’t missed a single step in its rise to greatness.
You can bet that the iconic characters from this nostalgic series are getting their very own Pop.
Much like vinyl figures of a tank zombie or RV walker, or even Kaylee Frye from Firefly.
In this case, it worked marvelously with Funko’s Dustin figure (from Stranger Things), making it a shoo-in for our Funko Pop Television list.
To be specific, the figure we’re talking about is the one based on the first season depiction of the character.
You know which one it is.
It’s right around the latter part of the season where—if memory serves us correctly— the gang was trying to make a sensory deprivation tank.
And, well, Funko has done an amazing job recreating Dustin in Pop form here.
Not a Stranger
It’s figures like this that give us hope.
It makes us here at Shrunk Collectibles think that maybe you really don’t need realism when doing a vinyl toy.
And we say that because you’re really getting your money’s worth with this Dustin figure, from the sculpt, to its value right up to the paint job.
First off, this is one toy that you could easily add to your collection without breaking the bank.
So forget about paying all that “special Alamo City Comic Con exclusive” premiums if you want this one; it’s affordable.
And that’s just for starter: this is one Funko Pop toy that makes Dustin even cuter than he already is.
Go, Dustin! Go!
Honestly, this Dustin Funko Pop vinyl figure makes for one of the best Stranger Things releases from the line by far.
And this is one case where Funko’s trademark design language melds perfectly with how Dustin actually looks like: it just works.
Less Desirable Hair
As much as we like it, though, we’ll still say that his curly hair looks like it’s been phoned in.
Especially with its less than stellar sculpt that makes it look less like locks and more like a brown raspberry.
Sure, you’re also getting the standard Funko head sculpt here—beady eyes and all that.
But the addition of his trademark cap manages to tie the whole thing up nicely.
And honestly, hiding part of that mediocre hair sculpt with his cap worked for the better, which makes this Dustin figure better than what its parts suggest.
A Strange Journey
In spite of the flaws on the head sculpt, this one’s body is done wonderfully, though.
With a generous amount of actual sculpted creases and folds on the garments, Dustin’s backpack completes the whole look.
It makes this one of the best-looking—not to mention bang-for-your-buck— Pops you could get.
And the shoes on this one is nice enough that it looks a bit like a pair of Chuck Taylors in Pop form.
All in all, this is one figure you shouldn’t miss.
“The Best Negan Funko Figure!”
Our Rating: 5
And to wrap up our Funko Pop Television list, we’re going with everyone’s favorite post-apocalyptic baseball bat-wielding goon: Negan from the Walking Dead.
Yes, we could’ve as easily added something like the biker Daryl or the Rick Grimes Prison yard version of the character in here.
But those figures lack the oomph that this antagonist possesses.
Ever since he first appeared on the show to bust Glenn’s head wide open, the character has been a favorite of ours (so, yeah, we’re sort of biased).
But seriously, this is just one great-looking figure.
Wear Brown Pants!
Honestly speaking, there’s really nothing that stands out about this Negan figure when it comes to its overall sculpt and paint job.
But one thing does make this Pop, well, POP: that badass pose that you don’t usually see on Funko’s Pop line.
Rarely do we get Funko Pop figures in dynamic poses, which is why this Negan toy easily makes it to our Funko Pop Television list.
Accessories-wise, you’re getting Lucille (after all, it’s not Negan without his trusty bat) and nothing else.
So, grab this one while they’re still at SRP prices; you absolutely won’t regret it.
Funko Pop Television list—Our Final Word
Of course, the figures we included on this list aren’t necessarily the only ones you should absolutely add to your collection.
After all, when it comes to toy collections, personal preference is the most important thing you should consider.
So, just enjoy Funko and everything they have to offer as much as you can, especially now that we need something to make us smile more than ever.
But, feel free to use this Funko Pop Television list to guide you in getting which vinyl figures you could add to your glorious shelf!