What are the most valuable LEGO BrickHeadz?

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Welcome to our AFG most valuable LEGO BrickHeadz to buy checklist. In this article, we will be covering the most collectible Comic-Con Exclusives and other rareties and offer some of our personal favorites, and some alternatives to the most expensive BrickHeadz.

Let’s get started!

 

LEGO BrickHeadz have been around for 6 years with well over 100 building sets released so far. They are LEGO’s answer to the incredibly popular Funko POP vinyl figures that we know and love.

Just like the Funk Pops they are misshapen and out of proportion and that is their charm.

Just like Pops you either love them or hate them and here at AFG, we love both BrickHeadz and Pops.

LEGO BrickHeadz are becoming highly collectible and becoming hard to find and some are commanding quite a high price if you want to buy them. Shop carefully when buying BrickHeadz as the prices can vary widely.

They don’t reach the same high values that some Pops can go for but they are starting to get up there.

 

Are BrickHeadz worth collecting are Lego BrickHeadz collectible?

Absolutely, yes, LEGO BrickHeadz are becoming highly collectible particularly the early sets and the hard-to-find exclusives from the Comic-cons. If you come across any of the BrickHeadz in this checklist at a good price then you should snap them up.

 

What are the most valuable LEGO BrickHeadz?

Let’s take a look at some of the most valuable BrickHeadz that you can buy. All the prices given are from our research at the time of publishing, but the prices may be higher or lower depending on where you buy from so you are advised to do your own research before you outlay a big chunk of change.

If you are looking to buy as an investment then checkout the Minions Brickheadz outlined in my Best LEGO Minions sets article they may well be a good buy for the future.

 

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Star Wars – Captain Phasma (41486)

Captain Phasma goes for up to four times her original retail price which is not a bad return on your investment if you snapped her up when she was first released.

The LEGO Captain Phasma BrickHeadz is not seen as a particularly good figure. She is very clunky, her helmet section is oddly shaped when compared to the Stormtrooper but none of that really matters when you are a collector.

What matters is that you have this BrickHeadz and that she is in mint condition.

 

Product image - Star Wars - Captain Phasma (41486) The most valuable LEGO BrickHeadz

 

You can expect to pay between $35 and $55 and around $20 or so for one that has been played with and assembled.

 

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LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz – Boba Fett and Han Solo in Carbonite (41498)

This BrickHeadz 2-pack of Boba Fett with Han Solo in Carbonite was a New York Comic-Con exclusive that was released in 2017.

The detailing of this 2-pack is great though we do prefer the solo appearance of Boba Fett to this version.

This 2-pack appeals to both Star Wars fans and LEGO BrickHeadz fans and commands a high price

 

Product Image - LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz - Boba Fett and Han Solo in Carbonite (41498)

 

There is quite a high spread on the cost of one of these sets ranging from around $200 right up to $400+.

If that is a bit high for you then the good news is that you can pick up Boba Fett on his own and also Han Solo on his own but Han in Carbonite is not available outside of this 2-pack.

This is one of the best LEGO Star Wars sets you can buy. A great addition to your BrickHeadz collection.

 

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Supergirl and Martian Manhunter (41496)

Supergirl and Martian Manhunter is a 2-pack that will cost you a fair chunk of cash.

They were only available to attendees of the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con.

It is quite a simplistic set, there is not much printed detail and Supergirls hair does look a bit odd but of course, the big S tells us all we need to know.

The best place to get Supergirl and Martian Manhunter is eBay where sellers are cashing in.

This pairing one of the most valuable lego BrickHeadz sets you can buy.

 

Product image - Supergirl and Martian Manhunter (41496) - The most valuable LEGO BrickHeadz

This 2-pack ranges greatly in price, $400 -$600+

 

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Iron Man and Captain America (41492)

 

Iron Man and Captain America is another San Diego Comic-Con exclusive this time from the 2016 convention.

The Iron Man and Captain America set is a very cool set, we like this Marvel BrickHeadz pairing at AFG.

The good news is that if you picked them up at the SDCC then you made a sound investment, you are sitting on around $400 to $500.

If you are looking to add them to your BrickHeadz collection then eBay is probably your best bet.

Just make sure you ask how the items will be shipped. The last thing you want is for a seller to send them out to you in inadequate packaging. That would make you want to HULK SMASHHH!

 

Product Image - Iron Man and Captain America (41492) - The most valuable LEGO BrickHeadz

 

If these guys are out of your price range at $800+ then you then the good news is that you can pick up both Iron Man and Captain America as individual BrickHeadz.

This pairing is one of the most valuable LEGO BrickHeadz sets you can buy.

 

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Black Panther and Dr. Strange (41493)

The Black Panther and Dr. Strange 2-pack are another SDCC exclusive and they really look great.

We particularly like the detailing of Black Panther and Dr. Strange is pretty dam good as well.

This is a good buy if you don’t already have them.

Product image - Black Panther and Dr. Strange (41493)

This is one of the best LEGO Marvel sets you can buy.

 

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Spider-Man and Venom (41497)

We seem to be repeating ourselves but these Spider-Man and Venom LEGO BrickHeadz are also pretty cool sets. Again you had to be at the  San Diego Comic-Con in 2017 to get them when they first came out.

Both are very detailed in their appearance and we really love them. You will need a spare $500 – $600 to now pick thee up.

 

Product image - Spider-Man and Venom (41497)

 

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Batman and The Joker (41491)

The Batman and The Joker set are another highly prized  San Diego Comic-Con exclusive from the 2016 convention. These Batman and The Joker exclusive are the traditional Batman Tv show versions of the popular DC characters Batman fans love them and are willing to pay in excess of $800 making this pairing one of the most valuable BrickHeadz sets you can buy.

Good alternatives to these Brickheadz are The Joker 41588, Batman 41585 and if you are also in the market for Batman’s crime-fighting partner Robin then check out the LEGO BrickHeadz Robin 41587.

 

Product image - Batman and The Joker (41491)

 

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Superman and Wonder Woman (41490)

San Diego Comic-Con 2016, were you there? Did you buy the Superman and Wonder Woman LEGO BrickHeadz exclusive?

Well done if you did.

Both have a very cool retro feel about their design, they are quite simple in design but it all comes together well to make a very cool set.

We love the hair sections on both figures they really help capture the character’s likeness.

Expect to pay around $500 to $600 depending on where your buy from.

 

Product image Superman and Wonder Woman (41490)

A good alternative to the Wonder Woman BrickHeadz in this 2-pack is her solo appearance from the Justice League.

 

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LEGO BrickHeadz Tactical Batman and Superman Amazon Exclusive

A good alternative to the SDCC Superman and Wonder Woman exclusive is this Batman And Superman Amazon Exclusive.

This BrickHeadz 2-pack depicts Batman and Superman in their Justice League outfits.

You can still expect to pay around $100 for this DC pairing

 

 

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Nonnie – 2017 The Inside Tour BrickHeadz

The Nonnie BrickHeadz set was given to those who attended LEGO’s 2017 The Inside Tour and this makes Nonnie the rarest and most valuable LEGO BrickHeadz figure out there as there are only 80 Nonnies that exist.

If you want to add this figure to your BrickHeadz collection then you are looking at paying $1000+ with eBay probably being your best bet to pick one up.

Just remember to make sure you ask all those important questions that need asking before you buy Nonnie.

 

 

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Now it is over to you!

So do you collect BrickHeadz?

Do you own any of these sets?

Perhaps you prefer LEGO Technics sets or themed sets like the popular Jurassic Park sets.

Let us know in the comments section below!

Regards 

Dexter

 

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