As a member of the legendary arena rock band KISS, Gene Simmons has a distinct figure that is known around the world.
Any KISS fan would love to have this item in their collection of memorabilia, but they’d have to shell out $1,750 for the chance to own it.
Oogie Boogie Funko — Glows in the Dark
The stop-frame animation movie “The Nightmare Before Christmas” has many famous characters, and the villain who tries to take over Halloween Town might have the priciest Funko.
There are only 480 glow-in-the-dark versions released during SDCC 2012, meaning you'll have to pay a grand to own one.
Dumbo, the Clown
“Dumbo” was one of the original Disney classics, and in 2013 the elephant with the big ears joined the Funko Pop family with a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive.
The Clown Dumbo Figurine first came out with a forty-dollar price tag, but current prices have it at more than a hundred times that – nearly two hundred, at $7,400.
Beetlejuice Freddy Funko — Glows in the Dark
The cult-classic status of Beetlejuice was established soon after the film came out, and the lead character is still remembered today.
The SDCC exclusive Freddy Funko version of Beetlejuice has green hair, red eyes, and a price tag nowadays at over a thousand dollars – and it's only going to get higher.
Batman Blue - Metallic
The real surprise with this figurine is how low the price is, coming in at ONLY fourteen hundred dollars.
It's more than ten years old, and Batman is known and loved all over the world, and this exclusive seems like it should be worth much more. Still, $1,400 isn't a small amount.