Doctor Strange Funko Pop Marvel List – By The Eye Of Agamotto

Funko Pop Doctor Strange

By the Power of the Funkos, let there be Doctor Strange Pops!

Doctor Strange is one of the most underrated Marvel heroes in the MCU considering how powerful he actually is, but that of course didn’t stop Funko from bringing out some fantastic renditions of the master of the dark arts.

There are some great Pops in this line – the golden glowing versions of Strange are very cool and the Ghost Rider/Strange crossover is just awesome.

Before you have a read of the full list, check out this excellent video below of the Doctor Strange Funko Pop Collection.

Doctor Strange Funko Pop – TOP PICK!

Here is the standard Doctor Strange Funko Pop (#169). This Pop looks like the Walmart exclusive Doctor Strange Funko Pop (#174), but with a different pose in his arms and is wearing the Cloak of Levitation.

The paint job is great and I like that Funko did not miss those small silver buckles in the cloak. Doctor Strange is also wearing the Eye of Agamotto, which reveals the time stone. It is nice to see the cloak waving in the wind with all the intricate textured details in it.

For me, this one of my favourites and the best Doctor Strange from the Funko Pop line.

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Gold Chrome Doctor Strange Funko Pop

First in our list is the Marvel Studios 10th anniversary Gold Chrome Doctor Strange (#439). This Marvel Funko Pop is one of the Fan’s Choice winners that was revealed in the New York Comic Con 2018.

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Ghost Rider Doctor Strange Funko Pop Exclusive to Comikaze

Ghost Rider and Doctor Strange fans went crazy when Funko released this Marvel Doctor Strange (Ghost Rider) Funko Pop (#412). This Pop is a Comikaze Exclusive and was released in L.A Comic Con 2018.

It glows in the dark and it’s insanely beautiful when you place it in a pitch-black room. The design of this Pop is based from the first appearance of Doctor Strange in the Marvel Comics, which I will later on discuss further on in this post.

I love the paint job, the glossy flaming hair is smouldering hot because of the two-tone shade. The details on the skull face and body are pretty cool looking.  Funko did a great job with creating the billowing, windy effect on the cloak.

This Marvel Doctor Strange Funko Pop is one of a kind, making it rare and unique.

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Doctor Strange Funko Pop Exclusive to Target

Funko got its inspiration from the astral projection scene for this Target Exclusive Doctor Strange Funko Pop (#175). 

I love how Funko gave the glass-like cloak a more textured feel with all the intricate details at the back. I do like the sculpt and paint job of this body giving it a crystalline glitter look. 

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Doctor Strange Funko Pop Exclusive to Walmart

Next is this Walmart Exclusive Doctor Strange Pop (#174). This Funko Pop has the same attire as the other Doctor Strange Funko Pops without having his red Cloak of Levitation. As you can see, Doctor Strange is wearing the Eye of Agamotto, that is revealing the Time Stone.

I particularly like the details on his hair, with the grey tones on the sides. Funko got all the little details in his belt, with the braid, the tassel, and the metal buckles. This Doctor Strange Pop gives him a more magician/wizard look on his pose but personally, it is not the best one in the Doctor Strange Funko Pop line.

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Doctor Strange Funko Pop Marvel Collector Corps

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This Marvel Collector Corps Exclusive Doctor Strange Funko Pop (#173) is one of the best in the Doctor Strange Funko Pop line, mainly because of its unique pose.

I like the idea that instead of providing a stand to make it look that Doctor Strange is levitating, Funko decided to use the Cloak of Levitation to prop him up.

The sculpt and body of this Funko Pop is astonishing and it really stood out from the rest. The crystal-like effect is perfect for this Doctor Strange Pop, making him look very mystical.

This Marvel Collectors Corps Doctor Strange Funko Pop came with a standard Doctor Strange patch and pin, a very cool Doctor Strange Funko T-shirt, a Doctor Strange Comic, and a Doctor Strange Funko Pop ceramic mug.

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Kaecilius Funko Pop

We have here the standard Kaecilius Funko Pop (#172). Kaecilius is the former protégé of the Ancient One that went rogue.

For me, this villain is one of the most underrated characters in the Doctor Strange Funko Pop line. The paint job on this Funko Pop is wicked, especially the glittered eyes. The cracks in his eyes and the sign on his forehead is textured. The hair is pretty complex as well, with the ponytail and gold details.

The outfit is pretty solid too, with all the little details in his belt. I really dig the additional textured details in his orange coat.

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Ancient One Funko Pop

The Ancient One is the unrivalled Master of the Mystic Arts, that swore to safeguard the Earth from celestial threats. She trained Doctor Strange to be her successor as the next Sorcerer Supreme, just before she is killed by Kaecilius.

This Ancient One Funko Pop (#171) is a standard Pop in the Doctor Strange Funko Pop line. I do like it that this Funko Pop is in an action pose. She’s wearing this timeless mustard coloured clothing with all the simple details, so nothing much to describe about this Funko Pop.

I just wish that Funko did the one where she has her hood over her head with the conjured shield, which was seen in the first part of the Doctor Strange movie.

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Karl Mordo Funko Pop

Karl Mordo is a member of the Masters of Mystics Arts and was a close ally of the Ancient One. He, later on, turned his back from the order and announced his motive to purge the entire world of rogue sorcerers. It was also later on revealed that he might be the next villain in the next Doctor Strange movie.

This Karl Mordo Funko Pop (#170) is a standard Funko vinyl figure. What I like about this Funko Pop is the small complex details in his suit, like the ornate leathery belt in his waist and braided sash. It is also nice that Funko did not forget his scars on his face.

He is the most detailed Funko Pop among the Doctor Strange Funko Pop line per se, but I wish Funko used a different pose on this one.

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Doctor Strange Funko Pop Exclusive to SDCC

We have another rare Marvel Funko Pop, the 2016 Summer Exclusive Doctor Strange Funko Pop (#161). It was released in San Diego Comic-Con 2016, and this Funko Pop is pretty rare and pricey because of the limited number when it was released.

What I like about this Doctor Strange Pop is its iconic action pose with the translucent conjured shield. If you look closely on the glassy conjured shield, it has all the ancient symbols. The outfit and details of this exclusive Marvel Pop are the same with the standard Doctor Strange Funko Pop and by far is one of the best in the Doctor Strange Funko line.

Doctor Strange Funko Pop

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And to wrap this list all up, here we have the classic 1963 Marvel Doctor Strange Funko Pop (#149). This classic Marvel Pop design first appeared in the Strange Tales #110, 1963 comic.

This Pop has a super vibrant colour scheme straight out of the comics; the red, yellow and blue colours complement each other – very Superman esque. As you can see, his hairstyle and goatee are different from the other Doctor Strange Pops in this list and this Funko Pops hairstyle and goatee is simple and less textured. The hand poses are good with all the little patterns in his orange gloves.

This Funko Pop looks really straightforward, but to be fair, it was an early model and the first Strange Pop in the Marvel Pop range.

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