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TOP 50 Most Valuable Funko Pops ! 39-30 on this Blog

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TOP 50 Most Valuable Funko Pops ! 39-30 on this Blog 39 Mr. Incredible (Blue Suit) value $1,790 Widely accepted as the real hero of the bunch, value-wise at least. Mr. Incredible comes in a blue spandex costume and is a collector’s favorite.  Ghost Rider Freddy value $1,900  This Freddy Funko/Ghost Rider Pop was released in 2013 and there are many theories as to the motivation behind this pop release date, whatever that reason might be for this Pop’s release date, it’s still expensive The Notorious B.I.G. (Metallic) value $1,960 This metallic version of Funko’s Notorious B.I.G is enough to...

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TOP 50 Most Valuable Funko Pops ! 50-40 on this Blog

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At 3.75 inches tall weighing a meager 4 ounces of vinyl Funko Pop! can be worth thousands of dollars. These little figurines have collectors going crazy as they try to collect, trade, and sell to come up with the most valuable collection Today we start our top 50 counts down of the current most Valuable Funko Pops, please note this is our based on current market prices and can rise or fall at any moment      50.  Giant Steamboat Willie (Metallic) valued at $1,140  Mickey Mouse was known as Steamboat Willie and made his debut in 1928. Now, he's...

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LEGO takes on Adults

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Adults have increasingly become targeted by toy makers. With increased competition and slow sales growth, toy makers are leaving no stone unturned in their quest to cultivate more fruitful markets. Adults tend to have more disposable income, which translates to more potential spending power. This very important fact makes them an attractive demography. So what are toy makers doing to capture the attention of adults? Simple, toy makers are turning back the hands of time by bringing back retro cult classics from days gone by. I mean who wouldn’t want a piece of their child hood? By capitalizing on nostalgia,...

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5 Random Fun Facts about Funko Pop!

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  The 1st ever Funko was the bobblehead of the burger franchise character Big Boy. A Washington native called Mike Becker was a big fan of the Big Boy character and wanted a figurine of him. Becker bought the Big Boy license in 1998 and started making figurines, it was this figurine that launched Becker’s toy venture named Funko at the time   General Mills cereal characters: Captain Crunch, Count Chocula, and Franken Berry were the first Funko line up. These were the 1st vinyl made characters created for Becker’s line of Wacky Wobblers.   In 2009 Funko introduced the...

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Is it a toy or work of art?

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At the turn of the century, collectibles such as comics and action figures where the bastion of kids and in that regard, deemed toys. I remember the day I got my first box of LEGO Star Wars set as Christmas gift, I hurriedly opened the box and set about playing with my newly acquired toys. Fast forward 20 years later that very box set is a recognized collectors’ item and extremely valuable. It turns out these toys have not faded away or been tucked into boxes, gathering dust. In fact, they’ve been elevated firmly into the art wold. Some people...

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