The 6 Most Creative and Unique Funko Pops That Will Blow Your Mind

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The 6 Most Creative and Unique Funko Pops That Will Blow Your Mind

Funko Pop frequently produces limited editions of each character that they create, so many of their goods are in high demand and frequently sell out. Because of this, many people flock to collect their specialty pops, and for good reason! Some can sell for up to $100k, with many going for thousands regularly.

Based on our research, the most creative and unique Funko Pops that will blow your mind are:

  • Most Expensive: Alex DeLarge Clockwork Orange Funko Pop
  • Rarest: Bloody Jaime Lannister Freddy Funko Pop
  • Weirdest: B.A. Baracus Funko Pop
  • Scariest: Sweet Tooth Funko Pop
  • Best Glow-in-the-Dark: Darth Maul Funko Pop
  • Best Metallic: Blue Metallic Batman Funko Pop

Most Expensive Funko Pop: Alex DeLarge Clockwork Orange

Most Expensive Funko Pop
Malcolm McDowell Signed A ClockWork Orange Alex DeLarge Masked Funko Pop
  • Malcolm McDowell signed Funko Pop
  • Hot Topic Exclusive Autograph
  • Beckett Authentication
  • Alex DeLarge A Clockwork Orange
  • Masked
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The most expensive Funko Pop of all time is unquestionably the Alex DeLarge Clockwork Orange — only twelve were ever made.

Funko Pop CEO Brian Mariotti personally signed each box. The main character, Alex, from Stanley Kubrick’s cult classic film A Clockwork Orange is featured as a glow-in-the-dark Funko Pop.

While one hasn’t been up for auction for over seven years, the one most recently sold went for over $13,000. Before that, one sold in 2012 for $60,000 in 2022. This actually set a record for the second most expensive Funko Pop ever.

Rarest Funko Pop: Bloody Jaime Lannister Freddy

In 2013, the Bloody Jaime Lannister Freddy was only sold at the San Diego Comic-Con.

The character from the popular HBO series, Game of Thrones, is the inspiration for this collector statue. This Funko Pop was only made in 12 ordinary and 12 glow-in-the-dark varieties, making it an extremely rare and difficult-to-find collectible.

The figurine depicts Jaime Lannister wearing his signature red armor and sporting blood on his face and clothes, reflecting a notable scene from the television series. It is estimated that the boxed version of this Funko Pop is worth $20k or more. In May 2022, one was sold for $24,000, making it a very valuable asset.

The Bloody Jamie Lancaster Funko is a sought-after item with the potential to appreciate in value over time because of its limited manufacturing, distinctive appearance, and affiliation with the popular franchise.

Weirdest Funko Pop: B.A. Baracus

Weirdest Funko Pop
Funko POP TV: A-Team - B.A. Baracus
  • The A Team's B.A. Baracus
  • 3.75 inches
  • Multi-colored
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If a statue of B.A. Baracus from The A-Team isn’t exciting enough, how about this bizarre-looking combination of Baracus and The A-Team‘s iconic black van? Because who doesn’t love The A-Team?

The attention to detail in this Pop features Baracus‘ head on top of the slick-looking black truck. And yes, it took a special mold to create this Funko Pop, which is why it’s so weird and out there, but we think it’s cool looking.

Baracus‘ bobblehead also gives this Funko Pop a different and distinct appearance, which means The A-Team fans will go bobble over it.

Scariest Funko Pop: Sweet Tooth

Scariest Funko Pop
Funko POP Games: Twisted Metal Sweet Tooth Action Figure
  • Twisted Metal - Sweet Tooth
  • 3.75 inches
  • Vinyl
  • Multicolored
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If you ever played the video game Twisted Metal (first released in 1995, with other editions being released later), you know all about Sweet Tooth.

Sweet Tooth, aka Needles Kane, had a preferred mode of transportation — an ice cream truck. And let’s just say, who isn’t afraid of clowns or creepy guys in ice cream trucks? This figurine is no different. His hair is perpetually on fire and he has a clown-like face. He also has a sinister grin and a huge knife as a weapon.

Not to mention that while Funko Pop isn’t the rarest, it can still fetch upward of $150. Not a bad deal!

Best Glow-in-the-Dark Funko Pop: Darth Maul

Best Glow-in-the-Dark
Funko Pop! Deluxe Star Wars Duel of The Fates - Darth Maul
  • Star Wars' Darth Maul
  • Duel of the Fates
  • Amazon Exclusive
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Let’s be honest, the Darth Maul character is one of the few good things to come from the Star Wars prequel trilogies.

Despite the fact that he dies in The Phantom Menace, Darth Maul rapidly won over fans and enjoyed a comeback in the animated series too. That’s why we think the glow-in-the-dark Darth Maul is an awesome addition to your Funko Pop collection.

This Funko Pop is another San Diego Comic-Con exclusive from the 2012 show. And the glow-in-the-dark feature is so bright that essentially, you could use this as a nightlight. But, due to their extraordinary rarity, this Funko Pop can fetch prices of up to $1,500. So, it won’t come cheap!

Best Metallic Funko Pop: Blue Metallic Batman

Best Metallic
Batman Blue Metallic Sofubi Hikari Vinyl Figure
  • Batman Blue Metallic
  • Vinyl
  • Multicolored
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This blue metallic Batman Pop was another exclusive at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con and was only available there, with just under 500 being produced and handed out.

With its blue metallic tint and head covering, this Funko Pop goes for upward of $1,000 online. This is insane, especially considering that the original Batman Funko Pop goes for a measly $5.

The flailing cape and pointy-eared mask are obvious indicators that the Pop is modeled after Batman, even without the Batman emblem on the figure’s chest. And, some say you can even find a signed copy on the box if you look for the figure hard enough.

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With so many Funko Pops out there, there are bound to be some super rare, cool ones that deserve a spot on the shelf.

How to Pick the Best Creative and Unique Funko Pops: Step-by-Step

Looking to collect creative and unique Funko Pops? If you ever plan on selling parts of your collection, there are a few things to keep in mind.

  • Storage
  • Price
  • Edition
  • Authentication

Let’s review each of these in more detail!


First, Funko Pops are not small. When included with their box (which we recommend keeping), they can take up quite a bit of space. Because of this, you’ll want to ensure you have the room to store these collectibles for years (or even decades) into the future.


While you may be willing to spend some money on certain collector’s items, it’s also important to not overspend, especially on mass-produced Funko Pops. The items that tend to sell the best are those that are rare and hard to find. So, keep that in mind before spending hundreds of dollars on a Funko Pop that might not give you the best ROI.


Did you know that there are multiple types of Funko Pops? You have your glow-in-the-dark, metallic, signed, and rare options. You also have mini and giant versions. And, Chase Pop vinyl Funko Pops have their differences too — including being made with different molds or having different icons.

This will all work out to the final price that the Funko Pop is sold for, and how much you may be able to earn with it. The rarer an item is, the more expensive it tends to be, especially if it’s signed!


While you don’t have to get your Funko Pops authenticated before selling them, it may help you earn more money. Your Funko Pops can be verified using a variety of factors, including the box’s artwork, stickers, fonts, barcodes, factory codes, and figure style. The easiest way to do this is to use the Pop Price Guide authentication service.

What to Know Before Buying Creative and Unique Funko Pops

In recent years, Funko Pops have developed into valuable and sought-after collectibles. The distinctive design of Funko Pops is one of the things that makes them so special. They stand out from other collectibles thanks to their large heads and diminutive bodies, which make them easily recognized.

The fact that Funko Pops are only produced in small quantities — as few as 10, 48, or 1,000 in some cases — is another factor in their value. This can help them increase their value by upward of hundreds (or even thousands) of dollars.

Using Creative and Unique Funko Pops: What It’s Like

So, what’s it like using creative and unique Funko Pops? Well, we can say these figurines are adorable and fun to look at, and many collectors love buying them from their favorite franchise or pop culture reference.

But overall, it will all depend on how you use them. Are you a collector or just a gamer that loves seeing your favorite characters? Asking questions like this will help you decide how you want to utilize what you purchase.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the rarest type of funko pop?

As of right now, the Freddy Funko Metallic Iron Man is the rarest.

How many unique Funko Pop figures are there?

In all honesty, all Funko Pops are unique, and there are 8,366 different designs as of 2023. 

Who owns the most Funko Pops?

David Mebane won the 2021 Guinness Book of World Records title for the largest collection of Funko Pops. As of that year, he owned over 7,000 figurines. 

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