Funko POP! figures are some of the most popular collectibles out there. They're cleverly designed, very cheap, and they have something for every type of fan out there.
They're especially great for horror fans like me
I have a massive collection of Funko POP! figures of some of my favorite horror characters and more than a few are really creepy! They look great on my shelf and I wanted to share them with you.
The poor unfortunate Grady Twins, doomed to wander forever through the Overlook hotel in search of a new playmate, come to life in these gruesome Funko POP! figurines. So cute and so gruesome, these gray faced spirits still show the handiwork of their father's irrational rage.
This iconic zombie, whose desiccated corpse tormented Rick Grimes as he escaped the hospital he'd been recovering from a gunshot, was a chilling vision of a new world gone mad. This incredible creation of KNB-FX group comes to life in an adorable little Funky POP!
Check her out here.
Mars Attacks! Be careful everyone, because the martians are coming to disintegrate your grandmothers!
This collectible is surprisingly popular and rare, no doubt due to nostalgia for both the Tim Burton films and the gory collectible cards that inspired it.
One of the creepiest and most famous Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes featured the Gentlemen, a group of demons that silence a town to harvest organs from their poor mute victims. Let them glide menacingly into your life with these eerie Funko POP! figures.
This macabre masterpiece from the cult TV show Hannibal is Lector's spiritual form, a demonic eater of human flesh that only Will Graham can see in his hallucinatory moments. Let the tea cup shatter and see if it can come back with this amazing collectible, which is one of my personal favorites.
A new and terrifying classic of horror cinema, the film adaption of Stephen King's It features the creepy clown demon Pennywise. Now let him torment your desktop in this eerie Funko POP! Just remember that we all float down here . . .
If we missed any creepy favorites, let us know in the comments.