Top 10: Vaulted Funko Pops 2023

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I know you like Funko Pops and that you have many of them.

However, you probably want to find more ways to put them in order.

And that’s why I made this list of Funko Pops that are no longer available.

These ten figures have been taken off the market, but if you’re a serious collector who wants the best collection possible, you might want to look for them.

Vaulted Funko Pops 2023:

Super Saiyan God Vegeta (Dragon Ball Z)


Vegeta Dokkan can be very prideful, rude, and arrogant at times.

He changes significantly in the Dragon Ball Z series, especially when he meets Goku and Bulma.

Then, he often didn’t care about anyone and was seen as bad. But he’s grown up a lot since then.

Vegeta got stronger through hard training, but he also got better as a person. Not only that, but his Funko Pop is very popular with collectors.

Tusken Raider (Star Wars)


I can’t give a direct quote from a Tusken Raider here, but we think Anakin shows how bad these creatures are.

They are one of the first aliens we see in A New Hope, and they are always making trouble.

They are very possessive, but did you know they always walk in a single file to hide how many there are?

Obi-Wan did it, showing that Tusken Raiders are more intelligent than we might think.

This is another strange Funko to keep on your shelf, like E-3PO.

That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it, though.

It will look great, and everyone will know it’s a Tusken Raider.

Today is the day to buy one. They will guard their spot on your shelf if they are as territorial as they say.

Tie Fighter Pilot (Star Wars)


We all know how dangerous they were, even though they never said a word, and we all also know who they are.

They started as clones like normal Stormtroopers, but soon they were made up of anyone who knew how to fly a Tie.

They became the backbone of the Imperial Navy, and when they showed up in the Battle above Yavin IV, things got worse for the rebels.

But enough about the pilot. Let’s talk about the Tie Fighter itself.

Did you know that their well-known sound wasn’t made for Star Wars initially?

You might also hear it in the 1958 movie, The Roots of Heaven.

So add these Star Wars Pops that have been put away to your collection, and see if you can find a #221 Tie Fighter Pilot to go with it.

Today is the day to finish your Imperial Navy collection.

Akuma (Street Fighter)


Akuma is a cruel and powerful fighter whose primary goal is to improve his fighting skills by repeatedly beating strong opponents.

Aside from angry outbursts, he rarely shows emotion and rarely smiles.

But on the other hand, he won’t join any fight against weak people.

In some situations, he might protect them, either as a holy duty or as a way to end the story of how he beat a big enemy.

Akuma has only been kind since he was in the Satsui no Hado with Kazumi Mishima, whom he respects even when they are fighting.

So, he works hard at his training and punishes anyone who tries to get in his way.

Balrog (Lord of the Rings)


Balrogs, also called Valaraukar, were Maiar, who Melkor corrupted and enticed to work for him.

In the past, before history was written down, the Balrogs were fiery Maiar who joined Melkor’s cause because of his power and beauty.

The Balrogs and other monsters that worked for Melkor used to live in Utumno, but after they beat him in the War for the Sake of the Elves, they ran away to Angband.

Sauron (Lord of the Rings)


Sauron was first called Mairon. He was a Maia who had fallen. Sauron was skilled and good initially, but he turned evil over time.

He fell because he wanted to control Middle-Earth no matter what.

This is why he is called a “fallen Maia.”

Dark Lord Morgoth wanted to rule Middle-Earth at the time, and if he couldn’t, he would destroy it.

Sauron was jealous of Morgoth, so he became his friend.

He pretended to be a minister of the Valar to the Elves, but he told Morgoth everything in secret.

On the other hand, Sauron had no plans to work for anyone, good or bad.

Soon after, there was a war, and when the dust settled, Sauron was the Dark Lord!

Wolverine (Blacklight)


Logan is a popular character in the Marvel universe.

He has bone claws and animal-like abilities that give him superpowers. In the comic, he was 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighed 300 pounds.

This figure is a perfect representation of the first X-Men suit.

Yellow in blacklight material gives off a beautiful glow that most pops won’t have because that color doesn’t cover most of the character.

Dobby (Harry Potter)


Dobby. Even though they meant well, the house elf always showed them the wrong way.

Dobby the house-elf quickly won our hearts as Lucius Malfoy’s servant and Harry’s best friend.

But there’s nothing like the one at the beginning of Chamber of Secrets when he drops a cake on Aunt Marge’s head.

He leaves Harry with his nose flaring and is gone with a snap of his fingers.

It looks like Dobby and is used instead of a wand to cast spells. You should put something like this on your shelf.

Super Saiyan God Goku (Dragon Ball Z)

A great Funko Pop of Goku when he’s in his god form. His hair is all red, and so are his eyes.

It comes in a traditional uniform with a turtle on it. In the show’s first episodes, his position was a creative choice.

Unfortunately, it was only available from FUNimation, and its collection number is 24.

It’s a hard-to-find Dragon Ball Z Funko Pop that any collector would love to have.

Venom (Blacklight)


People who read Marvel comics know a lot about Venom, whose real name is Eddie Brock.

Fans go crazy for his Funko Pop because his poisonous bite can make people stop moving.

Eddie’s popularity is also helped by what happened in his past.

The figure does a great job of showing his separation anxiety and how Venom took over his whole body.

I hope you enjoyed this list of vaulted Funko Pops! It was a lot of fun to put together, and I am sure there are more hidden gems out there that I didn’t mention.

Before you go…

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