Last Updated on January 24, 2024 by Dexter Roona
Today we bring you another Funko Pop Checklist with our new Myths Funko Pop Checklist. We have all the news on these cool vinyl figures and the very best trusted online retailers to buy them from.
The awesome Funko Pop Vinyl Myths line showcases fictional creatures deserving of a valued spot in your collection. The Myths series opens with a number of Bigfoot Funko Pops. Bigfoot is said to be an elusive creature though not so elusive in Funko land given the number of different Bigfoot Pops available.
As well as Bigfoot there are a number of other infamous mythical creatures for Funko Pop fans to collect. These include Nessie the Loch Ness Monster, Chupacabra, Medusa, Minotaur, Jackalope, the one-eyed Cyclops, Sphinx, the winged Pegasus, The Kraken, and Mothman.
These Pops are available as Comic Con Exclusives, and from the FunkoShop and as Popculcha and HQ Exclusives.
The full list of Myths Funko Pops is below:
Myths Funko Pop Checklist
- 14 Bigfoot Flocked – 2018 ECCC and Bigfoot Flocked Blue/Green – 2018 ECCC Exclusives and 14 Bigfoot Rainbow – FunkoShop/PopCulcha Exclusives
- 15 Bigfoot Snowy Flocked – 2018 Fan Expo Exclusive
- 16 Bigfoot with Marshmallow – GITD FunkoShop Exclusive and Flocked HQ Exclusive
- 18 Loch Ness Monster – FunkoShop Exclusive and Loch Ness Monster GITD – 2020 ECCC Exclusive
- 19 Chupacabra – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
- 20 Minotaur – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
- 20 Jackalope – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
- 21 Gnome – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
- 22 Medusa – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
- 23 Cyclops – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
- 24 Sphinx – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
- 25 The Kraken 6″ – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusive
- 26 Pegasus 6″ – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusive
- 27 Mothman – Funko HQ Exclusive
- 28 Myths – Bigfoot with Marshmallow HQ Blacklight Exclusive
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Myths Funko Pop Buyers Guide and Gallery
Here are all the Myths Funko Pops in more detail along with some “about” details on these mythical creatures.
All of the Funko Pops from the Myths Series are available from
14 Bigfoot Flocked – 2018 ECCC and Bigfoot Flocked Blue/Green – 2018 ECCC Exclusives and 14Bigfoot Rainbow – FunkoShop/PopCulcha Exclusives
Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, is a legendary ape-like creature purported to inhabit forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest of North America. Described as towering, covered in dark hair, and possessing enormous footprints, Bigfoot has become a cultural phenomenon, ingrained in Native American folklore and popular culture.
The brown 14 Bigfoot Flocked – 2018 Emerald City Comic Con had a production run of just 3000 pieces while the 14 Bigfoot Flocked Blue/Green – 2018 Emerald City Comic Con is even rarer with a production run of just 2500 pieces.
The 14 Bigfoot Rainbow is much more widely available as a FunkoShop and PopCulcha Exclusive.
15 Bigfoot Snowy Flocked – 2018 Fan Expo Canada Exclusive
Despite numerous alleged sightings and footprints, the creature’s existence remains unverified, with skeptics attributing sightings to hoaxes or misidentifications. The search for Bigfoot, fueled by a blend of curiosity and cryptozoological enthusiasm, continues through expeditions and investigations, making it one of the most enduring mysteries in the realm of mythical creatures.
16 Bigfoot with Marshmallow Stick – GITD FunkoShop Exclusive and Flocked HQ Exclusive
18 Loch Ness Monster – FunkoShop and Loch Ness Monster GITD – 2020 Emerald City Comic Con and Funko HQ Exclusives
The Loch Ness Monster, affectionately known as Nessie, is a mythical aquatic creature said to inhabit Loch Ness in Scotland. Descriptions portray it as a long-necked, serpentine creature with humps that occasionally surface from the water. The legend dates back to ancient times, with sporadic sightings reported over the centuries. Despite extensive sonar scans and searches, no concrete evidence supporting Nessie’s existence has emerged, leading many to view the creature as a product of folklore, misidentifications, or hoaxes. Nessie’s allure persists, drawing tourists and sparking ongoing debates about the mysterious denizen of Loch Ness and its place in Scottish mythology.
The Loch Ness Monster GITD – 2020 Emerald City Comic Con and Funko HQ Exclusive had a production run of just 1,500 pieces making it highly collectible with Funko collectors.
19 Chupacabra – FunkoShop and PopCultcha Exclusives
The Chupacabra, a cryptid originating from Latin American folklore, is a mythical creature notorious for its alleged attacks on livestock. The name “Chupacabra” translates to “goat-sucker” in Spanish, reflecting its mythical habit of draining the blood of goats and other livestock. Descriptions vary, but it is often depicted as a reptilian creature with spikes or quills along its back. Reports of Chupacabra sightings have spread across the Americas, particularly in Puerto Rico and Mexico. However, scientific skepticism attributes these incidents to animal predation, diseases, or hoaxes. Despite the lack of concrete evidence, the Chupacabra remains a captivating and mysterious figure in cryptozoology.
20 Minotaur – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
The Minotaur, a creature from Greek mythology, is a formidable being with a human body and the head of a bull. Conceived by Queen Pasiphae and born from the union of King Minos’ wife with a bull, the Minotaur resides in the labyrinth constructed by Daedalus in Crete. Its insatiable hunger for human flesh leads to the periodic tribute of Athenian youths sent to be devoured by the creature. Theseus, with the help of Ariadne’s thread, successfully navigates the labyrinth and slays the Minotaur. Symbolizing both ferocity and the complexity of the human psyche, the Minotaur’s legend endures as a captivating aspect of Greek mythology.
Another of our favorite Myths Funko Pops in this Myths Funko Pop Checklist.
20 Jackalope – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
Descriptions vary, but it’s often portrayed as a small, furry creature with distinctive antler-like horns. Legend has it that the Jackalope possesses elusive and mischievous qualities, making it challenging to capture. The creature has become a popular subject in roadside attractions and kitschy Americana. Despite its mythical origins, the Jackalope persists as a charming and humorous piece of regional folklore, embraced in tall tales and woven into the cultural fabric of the American West.
21 Gnome – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
Gnomes are mythical creatures deeply ingrained in European folklore, known for their diminutive stature and connection to the earth. Typically depicted as small, bearded beings, gnomes are said to dwell underground or within natural surroundings like gardens and forests. Unlike the mischievous elves or malicious trolls, gnomes are often portrayed as benevolent guardians of nature. They are believed to possess magical qualities, aiding plants and animals. The concept of gnomes has been popularized in literature and modern culture, with garden gnomes becoming iconic decorative figures. These charming beings continue to captivate imaginations, symbolizing a harmonious connection between humanity and the natural world.
22 Medusa – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
Medusa, a figure from Greek mythology, is a Gorgon, a creature with snakes for hair and a gaze that turns onlookers to stone. One of three Gorgon sisters, Medusa was once a beautiful mortal cursed by Athena for a perceived betrayal. Transformed into a monstrous being, she became a symbol of both terror and tragic fate. Perseus, aided by divine gifts, successfully beheaded Medusa, using her severed head as a weapon. Medusa’s image has endured in art and literature, embodying both horror and vulnerability. Her myth explores themes of vengeance, transformation, and the complex relationship between beauty and monstrosity in Greek mythology.
The 22 Medusa is our favorite Myths Funko Pop in this Myths Funko Pop Checklist.
23 Cyclops – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
Cyclops, creatures from Greek mythology, are one-eyed giants known for their immense strength and solitary nature. Hailing from the race of Titans, the Cyclopes were initially skilled blacksmiths in the service of the god Hephaestus. However, their rebellious actions led to Zeus imprisoning them in the depths of Tartarus. The most famous Cyclops, Polyphemus, appears in Homer’s “Odyssey,” encountering Odysseus and his crew. Known for their formidable power and the iconic single eye in the middle of their foreheads, Cyclopes have become symbolic in mythology, representing both brute force and the consequences of challenging divine authority. The tale of Odysseus and Polyphemus remains a classic example of the hero overcoming monstrous challenges.
Another of our favorite Myths Funko Pops in this Myths Funko Pop Checklist.
24 Sphinx – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusives
The Sphinx, a legendary creature with a human head and the body of a lion, has its roots in ancient Egyptian and Greek mythology. Most famously associated with the Great Sphinx of Giza, the Egyptian version, this enigmatic being symbolizes wisdom and mystery. In Greek mythology, the Sphinx posed riddles to travelers near the city of Thebes. The iconic riddle asked by the Greek Sphinx was, “What walks on four legs in the morning, two legs in the afternoon, and three legs in the evening?” Oedipus solved it by answering “Man,” signifying the stages of life. The Sphinx, with its symbolic role in challenging the mind, continues to captivate as a mysterious and iconic mythological creature.
25 The Kraken 6″ – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusive
The Kraken, a legendary sea monster from Scandinavian folklore, is a colossal and mythical cephalopod often described as a giant octopus or squid. It is said to dwell off the coasts of Norway and Greenland, terrorizing sailors with its immense size and destructive power. Legends surrounding the Kraken depict it as capable of dragging entire ships and crews beneath the waves. Despite its fearsome reputation, the Kraken remains a creature of myth and fantasy, with no scientific evidence supporting its existence. Over time, the Kraken has become a symbol of the mysterious and awe-inspiring wonders that may lurk beneath the surface of the world’s oceans.
26 Pegasus 6″ – FunkoShop and Popcultcha Exclusive
Pegasus, a majestic winged horse from Greek mythology, has captured imaginations for centuries. Born from the blood of the Gorgon Medusa when Perseus beheaded her, Pegasus emerged as a symbol of inspiration and beauty. With its wings, Pegasus could soar to great heights, becoming the loyal companion of heroes like Bellerophon. Together, they faced mythical challenges, including the slaying of the Chimera. Pegasus also played a part in creating the Hippocrene, a magical spring on Mount Helicon associated with the Muses. Revered for its grace and mythical significance, Pegasus remains an enduring symbol of flight, poetry, and the ethereal bond between mortal and divine realms in ancient Greek mythology.
27 Mothman – Funko HQ and Popcultcha Exclusive
Mothman is a cryptid surrounded by folklore, primarily associated with Point Pleasant, West Virginia, in the 1960s. Described as a winged humanoid with large, moth-like wings and glowing red eyes, Mothman became the subject of numerous sightings and an atmosphere of fear. Witnesses reported its appearances before tragic events, including the collapse of the Silver Bridge in 1967. Some regard Mothman as an omen or harbinger of doom, while others consider it a manifestation of urban legend. Despite varied explanations, the mysterious and unsettling aura surrounding Mothman has persisted, turning it into an enduring figure in American folklore and popular culture.
28 Myths – Bigfoot with Marshmallow HQ Blacklight Exclusive
Bigfoot appears again as a very nice Blacklight Funko Pop!
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