Funko is a toy company famous around the world for its innovative designs that capture popular movie and series characters. His collectible figures have become the favorites due to their big-headed dolls shape that inspires tenderness and nostalgia. The company's slogan is "Everyone is a fan of something."
The standard Funko Pop figures have a size between 9 and 10 centimeters. His head is 7 cm wide and 9 deep. These measurements can always vary depending on the model. Every model has its difference. For example, the large Funko Pop have different models ranging from 15 cm to 25 cm.
The average price of a standard Funko Pop is from S/49.90 to S/59.90, there are also special models which can cost up to S/99.90. There are also large or giant figures that can reach S/250. What is different are the models that are hard to find and for collectors, that are not sold in physical stores or online, they are usually sold at auction and can fetch a value of $1000/$3000.
Investigating well, on the eMarket Peru website you can find a multitude of offers in terms of figures Funko Pop is concerned. Undoubtedly one of the best options when buying the cheapest Funko Pop and with a very high level of product quality and delivery service.
Over the years these figures have become very popular and today there are more than 18,000 Funko Pop worldwide, including exclusive figures that are currently being sold for a fortune. Every year, Funko produces new models and creates new versions of previous models. Some successful models may return to production.
The best way to identify that a Funko Pop is original is by checking the feet or head of our figures in search of a series of numbers and letters that will help us to know which line of production belongs the product. This code can also be found on the boxes. Some countries such as Peru require a sanitary permit for the entry of the product, if it is present you can find it as a label on the package.
Funko Pop are created in the USA at its headquarters in Everett, Washington. While manufacturing Physics is done in China and Vietnam. Most figures are made of vinyl (PVC) a material Strong and durable plastic that can be used to make toys.
The only Funko Pop that are capable of making their way into the darkest darkness are the Funko Pop Glow in The Dark, also known by the denomination of GITD. They are distinguished by its power to shine in the most absolute absence of light. You can easily identify the GITD thanks to a yellow sticker or sticker in the shape of a circle in which it can be read 'Glows in The Dark', on the outside of the figure's box. This sticker will be black if the Pop Glow also belongs to the Chase category, and the text on the sticker will not be the same.
In 2009, Marotti reached an agreement with DC Comics to manufacture a new line of dolls. based on his characters like Batman and Superman. This is how the new Funko Pop line emerged that debuted at San Diego Comic-Con in 2010.
The founder of the company, Mike Becker, had a dream of giving the form of fun to a object and this he began to do in 1998, together with two other friends. They were all united by love for retro and wanted to have their own business, which they started with the artists Rob Schwartz and Sean Wilkinson.
If you have a Funko of Dumbo's elephant, run to confirm its version because there are many Dumboses highly sought after by collectors. The most expensive is his version of payasete, which has been sell for 5,200 euros.
David Mebane has, so far, 7 thousand 95 Funko Pop! Figures. American David Mebane has achieved a new Guinness record by collecting more than 7 thousand Funko figures, thus surpassing Paul Scardino, who was two thousand figures below the total figure.