And the Pop Price Guide Top! Pop! of the Year is…

Happy New Year from Pop Price Guide!

Before we close out another great year of Funko reveals, there’s still one matter left to resolve: naming the most popular Pop! vinyl from 2019.

Our trek to No. 1 began 10 days ago, taking us on a journey through some of our most cherished Funko franchises, from Marvel and Disney to Star Wars and beyond. We kept it simple to determine the year’s top Pop!s, adding the amount of times an item appears in the OWN and WANT lists of our loyal Pop Price Guide users.

The Countdown

Without further ado, the most popular Pop! vinyl from 2019 is…

No. 1 Bulbasaur

Bulbasaur is the most popular Pop! figure from 2019 and it’s not even close. The cuddly little Pokemon character appearance in 11,200 collections – 1,600 more than No. 2 Charmander – and is listed on 1,050 want lists. To sweeten the deal, Bulbasaur also comes in a 10-inch version that’s also quite popular (2,560 own/485 want).Pop! BulbasaurIt should be noted that since this campaign begun, Michael Jordan (Slam Dunk) has witnessed a surge in ownership over the Christmas holiday. In fact, the Chicago Bull star vaulted from just outside the Top-10 to eclipsing Captain Marvel (Glow in the Dark) for No. 4 among the most popular Pop! vinyls of 2019.

Pop! Michael JordanIt’s been another great year in the Pop! world. We tabulated your favorite (most owned/wanted) from your favorite lines of Funko Pop! figures. Here are the top five from each franchise. Do you own them?

Pop! Marvel

  • Stan Lee (Patina)
  • Captain Marvel (Glow in the Dark)
  • Ronin
  • Thor with Mojolnir and Stormbreaker
  • Captain America with Mjolnir
  • Poll winner:

Pop! Star Wars

  • Darth Vader (Electrocuted)(Glow in the Dark)
  • Baby Nippet
  • Darth Maul (Galactic Convention)
  • Emperor Palpatine (Electric Charge)
  • Jango Fett (Jet Pack)
  • Poll Winner:

Pop! Disney

  • Slinky Dog
  • Mrs. Nesbit
  • Alien (Toy Story 4)
  • Bullseye
  • EVE (Earth Day)

Pop! DC Comics/Heroes

  • Batman (First Appearance)
  • Batman (Teal Chrome)
  • Batman (The Dawnbreaker)
  • Batman 1989
  • The Joker (Death of the Family)

Pop! Game of Thrones

  • Arya Stark (Spring Convention)
  • Night King (Metallic)
  • Jon Snow (Iron Snow)
  • Mounted White Walker
  • Night King (Iron Throne)

Pop! Harry Potter

  • Fawkes (Flocked)
  • Ginny, George & Fred Weasley
  • Hedwig (10-Inch)
  • Rita Skeeter
  • Lord Voldemort with Nagini

Pop! Television

  • Kang & Kodos (2-Pack)(Glow in the Dark)
  • Steve with Sundae
  • Homer Muumu
  • Bartman
  • Sheldon Cooper as The Flash

Pop! Movies

  • Toothless (Hidden World)
  • Light Fury
  • Toothless (Hidden World)(10-Inch)
  • Pennywise with Balloon (I Heart Derry)
  • Pennywise with Skateboard

Pop! Animation/Games

  • Bulbasaur
  • Charmander
  • Goku (Casual)
  • Squirtle
  • Endeavor

Pop! Rocks

  • Freddy Mercury (Diamond Collection)
  • Freddy Mercury (Checker)
  • Post Malone
  • BTS
  • Angus Young

Pop! Ad Icons

  • Colonel Sanders (Bucket of Chicken)
  • Kool-Aid Man
  • Colonel Sanders (Cane)
  • Coca-Cola Polar Bear
  • Tony the Tiger (10-Inch)

Chase Pieces

  • Captain Marvel (2018 Movie)(Masked)
  • Goose (Flerken)(Half-Transformed)
  • Zuko (Flame Daggers)
  • Dark Phoenix (Flame Wing)(Glow in the Dark)
  • Angus Young (Devil Hat)

Shared Exclusives

  • Target – Darth Vader (Electrocuted)(Glow in the Dark)
  • Walmart – Captain Marvel (Glow in the Dark)
  • Barnes & Noble – Ginny, George & Fred Weasley
  • Hot Topic – Porunga (Spring Convention)
  • GameStop – Batman (Teal Chrome)

Happy New Year from the team at Pop Price Guide!!

– Alex, Christopher, Anastasia, Mario, Kevin, Sam and Andy

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8 thoughts on “And the Pop Price Guide Top! Pop! of the Year is…

  1. Stan Lee (Patina)
    Darth Maul (Galactic Convention)
    Squirtle
    Angus Young
    Kool Aid Man; Coca Cola Bear
    Barnes & Noble – Ginny, George & Fred Weasley

  2. Can you add something like “I made a pop at Funko HQ ” or “I made a pop at Funko Hollywood” so you can add that to your collection?

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