The Funko Pop! is one of the most popular toys in the world. It’s a small figure based on a particular character from a movie, TV show, or video game. They’re cute and collectible, and you can find them just about anywhere—including at flea markets and thrift shops.
But there’s one huge problem: fake Funko Pops are everywhere, and they’re almost impossible to tell apart from real ones.
Here are some tips:
Look closely at the box. A lot of times, fakes will have poor-quality printing or misspellings on the box (for example: “Funko” instead of “Funko,” “POP!” instead of “POOP!”). Also, be careful if it says something like “Collectible Vinyl Figure” or “Vinyl Toy.” Those aren’t words that should be used together!
Check for an official sticker on the box or product itself. If there isn’t one (or if it’s not in the right place), this could be a sign that something fishy is going on here… pun intended! You might also want to check for an official sticker somewhere else like your
Look at its eyes. One of the best ways to tell whether or not your figure