Funko Pop! FAQ
What is the rarest pop figure?
San Diego Comic-Con is well-known for selling limited-edition runs of Funko Pop! figures. Most of these are released in quantities of 480 or sometimes 400, but the rarest Pop!s only have a known number of 10. Some of these incredibly rare Pop! figures include a two-pack set of a gold Willy Wonka and an Oompa Loompa, and signed platinum and gold metallic Stan Lee. Clown paint and metallic gold Dumbo are honorable mentions that were released in quantities of 48 for San Diego Comic-Con.
What are Funko Pop figures?
Funko Pop! figures are vinyl pop culture character collectibles made by Funko Inc. The Pop! line is a specific line of figurines that they sell. Other lines include Dorbz, Mystery Minis and Rock Candy.
What does it mean when a pop is vaulted?
Funko figures that have been vaulted have essentially been retired. These figures will not be made any more, so that they keep only a select number of Pop! figurines in circulation. (This is good news for collectors!)
Where is the funko factory?
This depends on if you want to know where Funko creates their merchandise, or if you’re interested in visiting the Funko Pop! factory inside Funko HQ.
While they don’t manufacture Pop!s at their headquarters in Everett, Washington, they do have a space in their building called the Funko Pop! factory where guests can mix and match Pop! figure parts to create their own custom figurines. Otherwise, Funko merchandise is manufactured by factories in China.