Funko Pops have had quite a journey. From niche collectible items and kitschy-cool decor to full-blown pop culture phenomenon, these large-headed figurines are now a staple of our lives. A few of the rare ones can even cost a pretty penny.
One of the most fun things about collecting Funko Pops is also the most frustrating: they just keep making more. So, if you’re a fan of these little bobbleheads, and of Batman (who isn’t?), you may have trouble deciding which ones to buy and which ones to leave on the shelf.
While we ultimately can’t make the decision for you, here are 10 different Batman Funko Pops that are all amazing to help you narrow it down.
Batman in Batwing
Technically this is a Flash Funko, but our love for Michael Keaton’s portrayal of the Caped Crusader won’t allow us to omit this from the list based on a technicality.
One of our favorite action scenes is the one with the Batwing in Tim Burton’s 1989 film. Sure, the chase with the Batmobile was also cool, but there was just something about the Batwing swooping in, taking shots at Jack Nicholson’s Joker, stealing the balloons filled with Smilex Gas, then flying up in front of the moon. It was pure 80s, pure Burton, and pure Batman.
If you love this scene as much as we do, you can grab this Funko Pop and bathe in the nostalgia.
Batman Funko Pops: Lights and Sound
Dressed in an iconic black and grey suit, this Batman is posing on the rooftops of Gotham, looking over his beloved city.
As if the classic suit and awesome pose on a gargoyle weren’t cool enough, this Batman Funko Pop lights up and has sound. A light tap of the head is all it takes to activate Batman’s voice and the lights on the building.
Okay, so maybe the effects aren’t as good as the movies, but still pretty cool for a plastic bobblehead.
Batman Funko Pops: DC Comic Cover
Batman has withstood the test of time. It’s odd to think that a pulp comic book character from the 30s can still resonate with people today. Maybe there’s something primal about his quest for justice that speaks to us. Either way, if you like a good Batman throwback, this one might be for you.
Dressed in his famous blue and grey suit (not the original suit, mind you, but maybe his most iconic), this Batman comes with the backdrop of one of his classic comic covers. The cover art features Batman and his loyal sidekick, Robin, swinging into action to save Gotham.
If you are a Funko collector who likes to keep all your Pops in the original boxes, this one seems specially made for you.
Batman Funko Pops: Joker Comic Cover
- Limited edition
- Winter Convention Exclusion
- The Joker with Joker comic book display case
Sherlock Holmes has Moriarty, Luke Skywalker has Darth Vader, and Batman has the Joker.
Many would argue that all these iconic heroes would be less than iconic if it weren’t for a fantastic nemesis pushing them to their limits. And, indeed, what is Batman without his Rogues Gallery? More to the point, what is Batman without The Joker?
Much like the last one, this Funko Pop comes with a specialty box that includes a comic book cover backdrop for the figure.
You could pair both of these Funkos and make your display really pop… (pun intended). This is about the Joker, after all.
Batman in Batmobile
- Batman in Batmobile
Just like the Joker, Batman’s car is inseparable from who he is as a character. Everyone has their favorite version of the Batmobile, and while we tend to favor nostalgia over here, we have to admit that the awesome muscle car version from 2022’s The Batman might have to top them all.
In that scene where Batman chases The Penguin and the yellow phosphorus light gleams off the wet pavement while the Batmobile announces its arrival with its deafening engine roar… it was truly one of the best car chases in any Batman movie.
And now we can have a reminder of that amazing moment in the form of an adorable Funko. Life’s pretty good sometimes.
Batman Funko Pops: Composite Superman
- Entertainment Earth Exclusive
- Composite Superman
This one is a bit of an obscure reference, but if you know, you know.
First appearing in 1964 in DC’s “World’s Finest” #142, the Composite Superman is a villain who is half Superman, half Batman. A man named Joe Meach, frustrated with being a nobody (literally an “average Joe”), blackmails Superman and Batman into letting him be their partner when he discovered their alter egos. It’s a wild storyline in the comics and a striking figure in Funko form.
A great conversation starter, and an even better way to show off your deep fandom knowledge.
Batman as Ebenezer Scrooge
- Batman and A Christmas Carol's Ebenezer Scrooge
- DC Holiday edition
This is one for people who don’t take their Batman too seriously. If your favorite version of the Caped Crusader is Adam West, this one might be for you.
It’s a holiday edition Funko Pop that features Batman as Ebenezer Scrooge from A Christmas Carol. It may seem a little odd to have a hero playing one of literature’s most coldhearted misers, but Bruce Wayne is a millionaire and Batman doesn’t always seem like he’s in the holiday spirit.
This one is awesome because it’s festive and fun.
- Batman crouching
- Batman Beyond exclusive
- Red, white, black
From Bruce Wayne to… not Bruce Wayne. This Funko is for all the Batman Beyond fans out there.
For those of you not familiar, Batman Beyond was an animated series in the early 2000s where an aging Bruce Wayne trained teenager Terry McGuinness to be the next Batman.
Set in a futuristic Gotham City, this favorite cult series explored new villains as well as unique ways to revisit some old ones. Batman Beyond was ahead of its time in more ways than one. Owning a Funko Pop of Terry as the Caped Crusader is too cool an opportunity to pass up.
Batman the Animated Series
- Batman The Animated Series
From one classic animated series to another. Batman TAS (as it is often called) was released in 1992 and is often credited alongside the X-Men and Spider-Man animated shows for cultivating a love of comic book heroes among a new generation back in the 1990s.
If you are a fan of comic book movies, you probably have those three cartoons to thank for their popularity. For those of us old enough to remember it, this cool Funko Pop modeled after the show’s version of the Caped Crusader will be a reminder of one of the coolest cartoons ever produced.
Hey, if Mark Hamil voicing The Joker isn’t cool, we’re not sure what is.
Batman 1st Appearance
- Batman's first appearance in 1939
We might have saved the best for last, or at least our personal favorite.
No matter what your favorite version of Batman is, none of them would exist without the original created by Bob Kane for Detective Comics back in 1939. This Batman Pop might look a little odd, but this is how Batman’s costume looked back during his first appearance.
The sharp features of the nose, cape, and distinctly long ears suggest the exaggerated, almost impressionistic look of old comic books. And his mismatched purple gloves add a splash of color while suggesting a handmade quality to the costume, giving us an insight into the vigilante’s process.
For us, this nod to the original character is a must-have for any serious Batman Funko Pop collector.
We know from personal experience that once you start collecting Funko Pops, it’s hard to stop. They’re cute, they’re cool, and they just capture so many unique moments or ideas from any given IP.
They are the perfect fun, quirky, and affordable expression of one’s fandom. And while most of us will never be able to collect every Batman Funko Pop they ever create, hopefully, we can snag a few of the cooler ones like the ones on this list.
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