Avengers Infinity War Funko Pop Guide – Snap These Pops Up!

Avengers Infinity War has pretty much every MCU character, so it is pretty obvious that there will be a ton of Infinity War Funko Pops!

Similar to my post on Captain America Civil War Pops, many of the Infinity War Pops in this list are covered in our full reviews of the various Marvel movies and character guides, with some exceptions of Thanos’s henchmen and a few members of the Avengers.

I found a great video on YouTube which shows some of the Infinity War Funko Pops in this list in more visual detail than pictures can show, so check this out too!

Thanos Vs Thor Funko Pop Movie Moments

Infinity War Funko Pop

Depicting the moment after Thor hurls his Stormbreaker into Thanos’ chest, this Pop is a fantastic set piece with two beautiful Pop designs.

The Thor Pop looks great, with lightening crackling around him and his awesome suit, flowing red cape and fashionable beard.

The Thanos Funko Pop is the same detailed design as the standalone version of him (the first in this list), however the noticeable differences are that he isn’t smiling, he’s knelt down and he has a giant axe embedded in his chest. The Stormbreaker axe has nice work done all over, with grooves in the blade, grips on the handle and lightening still licking the weapon.

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Iron Man Funko Pop

Iron Man Funko Pop Marvel

The first standalone Pop in the Infinity War Funko Pop list. The flying Iron Man Pop (#285) is great and perhaps one of the most dynamic Iron Man figures made so far.

The figure itself is of excellent quality, with great line work particularly on the torso. You can instantly tell this is the Mark 50 nano-suit from the movie.

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You also have the option of either red or gold chrome for this particular Infinity War Funko Pop.

Thor Funko Pop

The only Thor Avengers Infinity War Pops (#286) in the list, this figure has two variants – one standard and one glow in the dark.

This is the first Thor Pop available with Stormbreaker, Thors new weapon. Detailing is noticeable on the weapon and the chest plate, particularly on the Glow in the dark version, which highlights the chest panels and axe head in an electric blue. Similar to the Pop above, Thor’s eyes glow too.

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Iron Spider Funko Pop

Iron Spider Funko Pop

Whilst the stance for this Spider-man Pop (#297) is similar to most of all that have come before it, this Iron Spider Pop has some fantastic sculpt work all over, making it one of the best web-slinger figures made by Funko.

It’s the line work on the suit which has so much attention to detail. from the rims of the eye visors to the armour plating in the suit. It’s all indented where needed, and the gold highlighting for the spider-symbol is raised along the linings of the suit.

It looks amazing.

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Captain America Funko Pop

Captain America Funko Pop

This is the standard Captain America Funko Pop (#288), which is very similar to the Walmart Exclusive Avengers: Infinity War Pop (#299) below.

This Funko Pop is wearing the new Captain America Avengers suit, which has a more substantial armour built into the clothing than his other outfits.

The beard texture is a great touch.

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Thanos Funko Pop

Thanos Funko Pop

My favourite Thanos and the most readily available Thanos Funko Pop Vinyl (#289).

An excellent Pop with great presence, this grinning Thanos is essential addition to any Marvel Funko Pop collection. The likeness is spot on, with his ‘nut sack of a chin’ and strong brow all present. His suit is detailed like the movie, with the grooves on the armour and gold highlights.

Special attention has been given of course to his golden Infinity Gauntlet, which is complete with all 6 infinity stones which are coloured individually.

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If you can get your hands on this Metallic Thanos Funko Pop (#289), then you’re lucky. They are limited to the USA store Target, so getting one of these will be an import only job or eBay, where pricing varies from $40 to $60.

As the title suggest, this one has a metallic purple finish for Thanos’ skin, though the design is the same as the first on this Funko Blog list.

Chrome Thanos Funko Pops

Thanos chrome Funko Pop

I’ve put these Thanos Chrome Funko Pops (#289) together as they are all the same design, just different colours. They all were released as a Walmart Pop Exclusives and are around $30 each, though some pricing can vary.

There is another Chrome version (#415), a more ‘Thanos purple’ that is pretty rare. It goes for around $150, but honestly it is pretty much the same apart from the slight colour variation. One for the collectors, considering the price.

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Corvus Glaive Funko Pop

Corus Glaive funko Pop

This is the best looking Infinity War Pop (#290) from the Thanos posse by far. Brimming with meticulous detail, Corvus Glaive has an outfit that Loki would be jealous of – and a nicer looking staff too.

Where to start? The bronzed metal armour is superb, giving a great dull metal sheen in the light. The individual pieces are all sculpted with fine precision, with great little details of bolts, line work and contouring. It really stands out against the black undercoat, and on top of this is the ragged loin cloth and cloak, which has many tears revealing more of the chest armour underneath.

His face has piercing red eyes, some cool looking tattoos and his weapon is more decorative than Loki’s sceptre.

A gorgeous Infinity War Pop and perhaps the most detailed in this entire list.

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Ebony Maw Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

This creepy SOB looks frail but if you’ve watched the movie you know he is all about the mind-powers.

Compared to the other Thanos bad-boys/girl, this Infinity War Pop (#291) is perhaps the least interesting, wearing his standard outfit. It’s a shame because they could have had him posed perhaps levitating or about to hurl some object at Stark and the boys.

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Proxima Midnight Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

The only female of the Thanos band, Proxima Midnight was a formidable foe, only to be crushed by what can only be described as a Space Combine.

Her Pop (#292) does look good, with some nice gold armour plating on the arm and leg, with a mean looking triple-pronged weapon with some nice detail on the business end. Her head sculpt does justice to her unique mask/horn/hair combo, with some nice lines on the brow.

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Groot Funko Pop

Groot Funko Pop Marvel

The theme for this Pop is when Groot, Thor, and Rocket arrive in Wakanda, prepared to fight the children of Thanos.

This Groot Pop is pretty similar with the ToysRus exclusive below except that he’s holding this silver weapon. One tough looking Groot here!

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Hulkbuster Funko Pop

Iron Man Funko Pop Marvel

This thing is a beast and rightly so, considering it was built to take on the Hulk in case of emergencies, such as out of control rage monsters.

This supersized Hulkbuster Pop (#294) towers at 6″ tall and is solid – the thing is damn heavy. Also it is packed with detail.

Hulkbuster looks monstrous. The pose of the figure looks like it’s a hench robotic, ‘roided up bodybuilder, leaning forward ready to take on anything. The moulding on the Pop is brilliant – with the contouring all over the body looking sublime, with prominent edges blending nicely into the smooth body panelled armour.

The paint work on this Pop is great too – the red is glossy, the gold is shiny and the metal is, metally? Anyway, it looks awesome, with the colours contrasting nicely.

I know I’m sounding like I’m reviewing a painting, but this thing really is a work of art for an Iron Man Funko Pop.

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Black Widow Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

Despite the blonde hair colour change, this is one of the most detailed of the Black Widow Pops (#295) around.

The detailed sculpt work on the body is insanely good, with her tactical suit rife with texture from the various panels in her green jacket, zippers and buckles. The arms and legs have many intricate armour pieces and straps, all individually moulded and her baton has ridges from top to bottom, with a white painted indentation of where the material is looped around.

It’s a gorgeous Pop and fans of the Infinity War Pop line would be mad to not include her in a collection.

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Thanos Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

This is another Walmart exclusive Thanos Funko Pop featuring him in an attack pose, with his Infinity Gauntlet radiating energy.

Groot Funko Pop

Groot Funko Pop Marvel

The Toys R us exclusive Avengers: Infinity War Groot Funko Pop (#297) is taken from the first part of the movie, wherein the Guardians received a distress signal in space, but Groot is too preoccupied with his game console to care.

The sculpt on this Pop is great – I love the arched eyebrow making him look annoyed with Star-Lord for telling him to get rid of his gaming device.

The body design is great – of course, we have the little game-boy on his hand that if you look closely, it looks like it has tiny little prints on it. I love the tree trunk design on his legs and with the assorted moss and leaves in his body. Certainly, this Groot Pop is one of my favourites.

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Cull Obsidian Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

This big bastard, despite being possibly the strongest of Thanos’s thugs, doesn’t have a great time when he came to Earth. Chucked through a wormhole and getting his hand chopped off (why did they not do this to Thanos?) and then forced against the Wakandan defence shield like cheese on a grater, Cull Obsidian is quickly forgotten.

His Infinity War Pop (#298) looks like a T-Rex in a Quantum Realm suit, with some fantastic pebble-like scaly texture on his skin and nice armour plating line work in his suit. In his hands are what only can be described as space-knuckle dusters.

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Captain America Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

Similar to the Captain America Funko Pop above, this version has him in a battle-ready pose with his Wakandan shield.

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Iron Spider Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

This Iron Spider has the same body as the first, but the Infinity War Pop (#300) has one obvious difference – the extra legs!

The additional limbs are fixed from the back of the Pop and outstretch to the front – they have some nice detailing on the joints, with gold highlights breaking up the red. This Pop is only available at Target, but possibly the best Iron Spider Pop made.

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Thanos Sanctuary 2 Funko Pop

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The Sanctuary 2 is Thano’s enormous warship which was shown at the end of Thor Ragnarok and at the beginning of Avengers Infinity War (if you’re wondering where the original Sanctuary is, it’s his cosmic hideout where his throne sits in the asteroid belt in Chitauri space).

In this Marvel Pop Vinyl Exclusive Collector Corps figure (#303), Thanos is riding a significantly cut down version.

The ship is awesome. The front of the ship looks like the grill of a vintage muscle car painted gold. The moulding of the wings, decals and exhaust ports are great, with a ‘seat’ (it’s a hole) for the Thanos Funko Pop to stand in.

The Thanos Pop is an original to the ship with his fist clenched and holding an unimpressed look on his face. The detailing and paint job is on par with the latest Infinity War releases.

It’s a tough piece to get hold of – on eBay I’ve seen it go for about $35.

Iron Spider Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

Similar to the Iron Spiders above, this Infinity War Funko Pop (#305) is the same apart from the face reveal. Nice hair.

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Iron Man Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

This mid-flight Iron Man Pop (#304) is a great addition to the list.

There isn’t much to be said for the suit that I haven’t mentioned already below – the light up Mark 50 is the same design, except for the flight stabilisers on his back.

The real attraction here is obviously the dynamic airborne pose, with feet pointed towards the ground, fist clenched and gun aimed. Clearly based on the battle on planet Titan against Thanos.

This is an FYE exclusive, so you may have to go on eBay or Facebook Groups to find this guy.

Edit – I’ve managed to find it on Amazon here, though I don’t know how long it will be there for.

Hulk Busting Out of Hulkbuster Funko Pop

Iron Man Funko Pop Marvel

This is an interesting Pop as Hulk doesn’t erupt from the Hulkbuster in Avengers Infinity War (sorry for spoilers if you haven’t seen the film!). At the time of writing, End Game hasn’t been released, so maybe it will happen in the new film?

Regardless, the Hulk Busting Out of Hulkbuster Pop Vinyl is awesome, combining both the gorgeous Hulkbuster and Hulk Pops together. It’s one of the most interesting Hulk Funko Pops too.

Detailing of particular note is the ruined suit; the torn metal chassis opens up across the model and behind Hulk’s back, with torn straps hanging over his shoulders and twisted metal flaying outwards – it’s big too, standing at 6″ tall.

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Vision Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

This is easily the best version of Vision (#307) ever made, however it’s an exclusive to Hot Topic and difficult to come by.

It’s beautiful, with a metallic paint job all over, bringing out the blue and purple colours with the nicely detailed gold highlights. The body suit has a fabulous mesh texture all over, with the cape boasting some nice ‘high tech’ line work whilst supporting the Infinity War Pop in its floating stance.

Super-Sized Thanos Funko Pop

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This thing (#308) is enormous as Thanos Funko Pops go and is one of the biggest we’ve seen on our Funko Blog. 10″ of pure Titan. Giggity.

The design is the same as the #289, the only difference is its over 3 times the size and the paint job has had more care and attention. There is more subtle blending that enhance the features for this Pop. The detailing is the same, with edges perhaps more sharper and well cut compared to the smaller (normal) version.

A Thanos Funko Pop of this size is more of a standalone piece as obviously it doesn’t fit well with other Pops – especially if you have designed your shelves a certain size. One perhaps for the Thanos Pop fan/collector. It’s around $50 too, so not cheap – you could get 4 or 5 regular Pops for that!

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Eitri Funko Pop

Infinity war funko pop

This Infinity War Funko Pop (#332) had only one size it could be, and the was giant!

Eitri looks great, with the overgrown hair and beard, his space ‘boiler’ suit packed with nice detail and some awesome looking footwear.

The main stand out feature is of course is his metallic painted fists, the price he paid for helping Thanos build the Infinity Gauntlet.

This thing towers above the other Pops at 6″ tall and is an Amazon exclusive.

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Stonekeeper Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

The only other Red Skull Pop that is just as rare, the Stonekeeper Infinity War Funko Pop (#339) is the aftermath of years of isolation for Captain America’s nemesis.

The sculpt work done on the hood and cloak are excellent, with some nice contouring over the head. The material looks worn and fatigued, with ripping on the top of the hood lines and at the hem of the coat. Red Skull’s face looks aged, which can be seen in the wrinkles of his lips and around his eyes.

Light Up Iron Man Funko Pop

Iron Man Funko Pop Marvel

The only Marvel Funko Pop (or any Pop for that matter) that lights up!

This was the final Iron Man Pop (#380) from the Avengers Infinity War series and it’s probably one of the best in the list.

First lets talk about the obvious – the lighting. As you can see, the eyes, arc reactor and weapon illuminates. It’s not overly bright as it is just three LED’s, however it works well. There is a little button on the side of his arm that when pressed, the Pop lights up for around 10 seconds – which is good, as you would never have this on for a long time. The base of the Pop contains the battery and looks pretty cool too – it’s good to see a Pop with an actual moulded stand.

A great addition to the Iron Man Funko Pop range and is a must have.

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Groot Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

This teenager Groot Pop (#416) is another adorable Funko Pop in our list. The inspiration on this Pop is where Groot tries to help Thor with the handle for the Stormbreaker.

I wish Funko made it so he was holding the Stormbreak up high like the “he’s ready to chop off his arm” scene. I love the little green leaves on his head and other parts of his body.

The Stormbreaker has this glowing, smouldering effect and looks really epic. The wood details all over are good, but I wish they added a little more of a dark brown detail so that it would have given more depth to the wood effect.

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Young Gamora Funko Pop

Young Gamora Funko Pop Marvel

This Young Gamora Funko Pop (#417) looks similar to the one in the movie and Funko did a great job in capturing all the little details, including the dagger that Thanos gave her.

Her hair is tied up into two ponytails buns and has this two-tone colour (black and purple). I also love her curls and her hair that is dropping down on the side of her face.

The paint job is great with her green skin. She wears a cute purple robe with the orange accents – the contrast with her green skin makes this Pop look awesome. Her black boots have this round orange detail and purple straps.

The dagger that Thanos gave her has nice detail to it, with the red gem-like stone in the middle and silver finish. This Young Gamora Pop is very adorable.

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Bucky Barnes Funko Pop

Infinity War Funko Pop

Besides the masked Bucky Pop, or Winter Soldier as he was known, this is the best version of him in Pop form.

The Pop has great detail in the body, with some neat looking armour details on the chest, but what makes this Infinity War Funko Pop truly stand out is his robotic arm.

Upgraded by Wakandan engineering, the arm boasts some excellent highlight detailing on the ridges of the armour, with Black Panther-esque gold edging on each plating.

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Bruce Banner Funko Pop

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The last ‘Hulk’ from Avengers Infinity War is the Bruce Banner Pop (#419).

We only saw Hulk briefly at the start of Infinity War (when he was getting his ass kicked by Thanos) then hid for the rest of the movie, meaning Mark Rufallo got loads more screen time.

“Dude, you’re embarrassing me in front of the wizards”.

This Banner Pop Vinyl is based on the moment he tried to turn back into the Hulk to fight Thanos’s henchmen, but failed.

The Pop is pretty straightforward in design, though the main attraction here is the green tint transition that Banner gets when he brings out the Hulk (or tries to in this case). It’s a well detailed design – the stance of the figure is pretty cool, with the hair matching all the Hulk Pops since the Ragnarok movie.

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Thanos Vs Captain America Funko Pop Movie Moments

Infinity War Funko Pop

This is the second amazing Marvel Funko Pop Movie Moments (#698). This is by far my favourite because it reminds me of the trailer I watched over and over again before the film came out.

Depicting the struggle between Steve Rogers and Thanos in Wakanda, this Pop captures some great details from the movie.

The Thanos Funko Pop is the same design as the first in this list, however his Infinity Gauntlet is still missing the Mind Stone, which is a nice touch as it follows the continuity of the film. Captain America is holding the Titan’s two fingers with both hands, which is really cool! His figure is also based on his solo Infinity War Pop , so plenty of detail there. Check out the full Captain America Funko Pop list for more Steve Rogers.

The base of the scene is detailed with stone and dirt from the Wakanda battle zone.

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