They’re just 3.75 inches tall, but they’re taking over the world. We’re talking about adorable and increasingly omnipresent Funko Pop! bobbleheads. Washington-based toy company Funko was founded just over a decade ago, but its big-headed figures are the stuff of obsession for collectors and pop culture enthusiasts alike. While we’d have them all in a perfect world, here’s a closer look at five of our favorites.
Equal parts heart and ego, Iron Man recently claimed the second-place spot on Ranker’s roundup of “The Best Characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.” The only one to top him? Marvel creator Stan “The Man” Lee himself. Any Avengers: Endgame fan is sure to love this 3000.
The Office buffs will recall that Dwight cherished the bobblehead gifted to him by coworker Angela. Now you can cherish yours, too. Of course, no assistant to the regional manager is complete without the regional manager. Michael Scott is also available, as are Jim Halpert, Pam Beasly and the whole crazy crew.
Steve with Hat & Ice Cream
Steve “The Hair” Harrington is a Stranger Things fan favorite. And while “Steve with Bandana” and “Steve with Sunglasses” are also available in Funko Pop! form, we’re feeling the sailor suit and jaunty cap. In so much as it’s possible to NEED a bobblehead, we need this.
Queen’s Freddie Mercury
Reinvigorated by their performance at Live Aid, Queen embarked on a tour of the UK in 1986 that culminated in a how at Wimbledon Stadium that was recorded for both an audio and video release. It marked the high-water point in the band’s career and established singer Freddie Mercury as one of rock’s all-time greatest frontmen. Mercury’s outfit – featuring the gold jacket and red-striped pants – is immortalized with this Funko Pop tribute.
There’s no better reminder of the kindness in the world than this sweet Mr. Rogers Funko Pop! If you fondly remember Fred Rogers, you’ll fall in love with his Funko Pop! likeness. He’s even clutching the neighborhood trolley! It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood with this charming take on the beloved television icon.