Jurassic Park Funko Pops – Welcome to Jurassic Pops!

The Jurassic Park franchise has been going since 1993, with the original movie still holding up today due to it’s mixture of practical effects and CGI.

It’s been well overdue for Pop figures, and over 2018 the Jurassic Park Funko Pop Vinyls were released alongside the Jurassic World Pops upon the release of the 5th movie in the franchise, The Fallen Kingdom.

There is a great list of Jurassic Pops below in our Funko Blog, with some awesome options from the two movies. My personal favourites are Dennis Nedry, the sexy Jeff Goldblum pose of Ian Malcolm, the colourful Dilophosaurus and the giant 10″ Tyrannosaurus Rex Pop at the end.

Hopefully there will be more on the way, such as Muldoon and perhaps the Lawyer sat on the toilet!

The good news is that due to how new these Jurassic Funko Pops are, the vast majority are readily available at the standard Pop pricing. Plus they all look amazing.

Before you read our Funko Blog, check out this video by Original Funko unboxing the Jurassic Park Funko Pops!

Tyrannosaurus Rex Giant Funko Pop Jurassic World – TOP PICK!

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This giant T-Rex Pop (#591)is our clear favourite.

It stands at 10″ tall and is a must for a Jurassic Park Funko Pop collection. The sense of scale is noticeable when you put this with the regular sized Pops.

The mould is identical to standard version apart from slight colouring variation on the head. It has it’s own moulded base too which is solid and stable.

As mentioned above, put this Jurassic World Funko Pop with the Jeep and you can recreate the scene from the first movie.

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Dr Alan Grant Funko Pop Jurassic Park

They do move in herds…

First up on the Jurassic Park Funko Blog is the Dr Alan Grant Funko Pop (#545).

This Pop is a perfect representation of the archeologist with a phobia of children, from head to toe.

The hat mould is solid and not flimsy despite the plastic being thin, so it shouldn’t get bent if pressed on or dropped. The detailing on the clothing is brilliant, from the red neckerchief, blue shirt pleats and the pockets on his belt.

The accessory of the raptor claw is a cherry on the cake and reminds me of the scene at the start, when Grant is scaring that annoying kid by showing where the Raptor would gut him. And then eat his entrails whilst he was still alive.

This Jurassic Park Funko Pop is a bit wobbly on its feet – it does stand up but can easily be knocked over, mainly due to it being top heavy with his large hat.

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John Hammond Funko Pop Jurassic Park

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Welcome to Jurassic Park!

This Funko Blog wouldn’t be complete with the creator of the ill-fated park, played by the late Richard Attenborough.

The detailing on the John Hammond Pop (#546) is excellent. The straw hat looks authentic, with the weaves individually moulded all over, even under the brim. His beard and glasses are well crafted and beard is accurate to the character.

Similar to Grant, the clothing is detailed where it needs to be, with the vertical pleats running down the middle, and his knobbly walking stick all looking spot on.

Due to it being a bit top heavy, like Grant, it can fall over quite easily if knocked, so be carful with this Jurassic Park Pop.

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Dr Ian Malcolm Funko Pop Jurassic Park

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That is one big pile of s**t.

Ian Malcolm saw the failure of the park coming a mile off, with his theories on Chaos and that life would find a way.

His Jurassic Park Funko Pop (#547) has the same 90’s style as the cool mathematician, with his all in black getup shown off in arranged paint types.

You have the glossy black for his leather jacket and shoes, a shiny shade for his shirt and trousers, and the glossy colour for his wavy thick hair. His glasses are a dull matte black, with tinted transparent plastic for the lenses. The variations are done really well.

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Tyrannosaurus Rex Funko Pop Jurassic Park

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King of the Dinosaurs and a hero to the people at the end (kind of), the Tyrannosaurus Rex was the most popular of the beasts.

The T-Rex Jurassic Park Pop (#548) is a wonderful rendition of the apex predator.

The moulding on this monster is impeccable – the scales particularly over his face are individually moulded providing a true reptilian texture, with the subtle darker shades of skin emphasising the ridges in the head.

The balance of this Pop is good, with the tail curling around to support the two feet.

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Velociraptor Funko Pop Jurassic Park

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Clever girl…

Who else had nightmares about these things creeping around your kitchen? Just me?

They were the most terrifying creatures to inhabit the park due to their speed, ferociousness and most of all, their high intelligence. They appeared toward the end of the movie, but their presence was felt throughout.

The Velociraptor Funko Pop from Jurassic Park (#549) does the sinister creature justice (in Funko form). The unsettling yellow eyes, the retractable claws and razor sharp teeth are all there and like the T-Rex Pop, the scaly skin is beautifully rendered. The darker tones around the eyes really create a great contrast which is a nice touch.

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Dilophosaurus Funko Pop Jurassic Park

Dilophosaurus is the most interesting of all the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park, so Funko has rewarded the spitting beast with 3 variations of Pops Vinyls (#550).

The most common of the three in my opinion is the best (which is great, as the other two are a pain in the ass to get hold of).

The standard Dilophosaurus is gorgeous. It is exuberant – the colourful neck frill and the double crested skull give it so much flair, which has been captured wonderfully by the Pop designers.

Its chase version is exactly the same figure, only minus the neck frill – and honestly, for a Chase it’s possibly the blandest variant I’ve come across in any of my Funko Blogs.

The red version is a Jurassic Park Funko Pop Target exclusive which sold out very quickly – this looks almost demonic with it’s hellish red paint job and unsettling black eyes. eBay is your best bet to get hold of one of these.

Due to it having small feet, this Pop model comes with a clear base which has a protruding peg that slots into one of the feet to keep it stable and upright.

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Dennis Nedry Funko Pop Jurassic Park

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Ah Ah Ahhh! You didn’t say the magic word!

The master of disaster, Dennis Nedry is the man responsible for the chaos in Jurassic Park and is the funniest character in the film.

The Dennis Nedry Pop (#551) has him dressed in his escape outfit. I like the attention to detail here – his rotund belly, double chin, neat little ID badge and the shaving foam can. His yellow jacket has got the glossy paint job, which mimics the soaking wet look he has before he is eaten.

As far as Jurassic Park Funko Pops go, I think this is a must have because he is the pivotal character in the movie.

Put him together with Dilophosaurus Pop in the this Funko Blog and you have a wonderful pairing!

Hopefully the’ll make another one of him in his Hawaiian shirt.

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Dr Ian Malcolm Funko Pop Jurassic Park

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Technically it is known as the ‘injured’ Ian Malcolm, but due to the Goldblum effect memes, it is one of the sexiest Pop’s to grace any Funko Blog post.

This Dr Ian Malcolm Pop Vinyl (#552) is a must have for a Jurassic Park Funko Pop fan – if you can get hold of it. It’s a Target exclusive Funko Pop and flew off the shelves, so you’re best bet is to find this one eBay (check out our guide to purchasing eBay Pops without buying fakes).

The Jurassic Park Pop itself is fantastically detailed, with Malcolm’s wavy thick hair, draped shirt and wounded leg. The lounging pose of the Pop is very stable – and also very funny. A great little piece.

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Dennis Nedry and Dilophosaurus Funko Pop Set Jurassic Park

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This is an awesome twin pack and the only one in this Funko Blog post.

Essentially you get Nedry and the Dilophosaurus. There is no difference between the two Pops you get here as opposed to the standard ones, except that Nedry has the black blinding spit in his face.

Pretty cool if you can get hold of this Jurassic Park Funko Pop set, as it’s not easy.

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Park Vehicle Funko Pop Jurassic Park

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The only vehicle available in this Funko Blog is the Jurassic Park Jeep Funko Pop.

The jeep itself is well designed, having some neat details from the film such as the logo on the doors, towing winch at the front and a perspex windshield. Also Ellie is in the drivers seat and is the only Pop of her available.

The flaw with this Pop is that Elle is fixed inside the vehicle. You can’t take her out, only turn her head. Other Pop vehicles you can remove the Pop – this one should have been made so you can put other figures in it, which would have been a brilliant option for creativity. A bit of a missed opportunity here, but overall a solid piece.

Put the jeep and the giant T-rex together and you can make an awesome chase scene, the scale between the two works really well.

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Owen Grady Funko Pop Jurassic World

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Chris Pratt sure has a lot of Pops made of him – he could easily get his own Funko Blog post on him alone.

This Owen Grady Pop Vinyl (#585) is an accurate rendition of the Raptor trainer.

The hair and outfit are all recognisable from the movie, with extra detail on his satchel which is nice. Perhaps not the most exciting figure in this Funko Blog, but fans of the movie (and Pratt) will love it.

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Blue Funko Pop Jurassic World

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The Blue Pop Vinyl (#586) is very similar to the Raptor Pop featured earlier in this Funko Blog, obviously as it is the same species, but there are some differences.

The colour of the skin is a more green-grey, with the blue markings highlighting around his eyes and across his back and tail. This does emphasise the shape of the creature and brings out the dark eyes.

The moulding of the body is slightly different, with the head tilted to right and the arms at different heights.

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Stygimoloch Funko Pop Jurassic World

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Despite how ridiculous the escape scene was in Fallen Kingdom, this Jurassic World Pop of the Stygimoloch (#587) is excellent and probably the most complex design in this Funko Blog list.

The main feature that literally sticks out the most are the horns – there are loads of them. The main grouping of horns at the back of the head are solid, with the lines of mini spikes along the front of the face are well moulded and look fab.

The skin of the creature has the same level of love and attention as the rest of the dinosaurs in the list, yet the paint job seems to have had more care from the creators.

Whether this is due to the species I am not sure, but it seems to just look noticeably better than the others in comparison. The shading over the eyes, down the side of the legs and the bridges of the feet are great.

The figure stands upright perfectly fine without a base, due to the tail providing a third support.

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Indoraptor Funko Pop Jurassic World

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The big bad monster in Fallen Kingdom, this animal is a genetic cocktail of different strands of dinosaur DNA and gene therapy, with super high intelligence to boot.

Apart from the fact that he chases a laser like a kitten.

Which is so pointless when you think about it. If you’re in range to target someone with a laser, surely a bullet is more efficient and cost effective than sending a freaking hybrid dinosaur to tear someone apart instead.

Regardless of the logic behind the creature (and the entire movie to be honest), this Indoraptor Jurassic World Funko Pop (#588) is probably the best figure in the Jurassic World range.

Like the other dinosaurs, you have scales across the entire body which are all moulded individually, plus you have detailed amber markings and spines all present and accounted for. The red eye’s look menacing too.

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Owen With Baby Raptor Funko Pop Jurassic World

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The Owen character gets a second Pop (#589) in this Jurassic World Pop Funko Pop list.

The variation between this Pop and the one above is the torso (his head and legs are the same moulds). Holding a hatched baby Blue, the little fella is designed really well and has a great paint job for such a small Pop figure.

This one is only available at Target if you’re after it.

Claire Dearing Funko Pop Jurassic World

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No running away from T-Rex’s in high heels this time, as Claire Dearing is better prepared (at least with footwear) this time around.

Her Jurassic World Funko Pop (#590) has her in the outfit she wears pretty much throughout the entire film, with some nice detail on her jacket, particularly the buttons.

It’s her hair however that has received special attention – the moulding of the front and ponytail on the back is really good, giving her Pop something more.

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