The Most Valuable Flash Funko Pops!

The Flash Funko Pops have been steadily climbing up in value in recent months and today we take a look at some of the most valuable. 

Our customer Brandon of ScarletSpeedsterCollects shared some of his amazing Flash Pops protected in our hard stack pop protectors. Thank you Brandon for sharing and trusting us to protect your valuable Flash Funko Pops!

$500 - The Flash (Metallic Chase) Funko Pop

 $330 - The Flash (Running) (Autographed by Grant Gust)

$160 - White Lantern: The Flash (Glow in the Dark)

$150 - The Flash (Unmasked) SDCC 2015 Funko Pop

The Flash Unmasked SDCC 2015 Funko Pop Figure

$135 - Reverse Flash [Dallas Comic Con]

The Reverse Flash Dallas Comic Con Funko Pop Exclusive

$50 - The Flash Diamond Collection DC Shop Funko Pop


About The Flash:
The Flash is a superhero from the DC Comics universe. He is known for his superhuman speed, and has been a member of the Justice League and the Teen Titans. The Flash is one of the most popular superheroes in all of DC comics and he has been featured in many TV shows, movies, and video games. The Flash was created by artist Harry Lampert and writer Gardner Fox in 1940 and first appeared in Flash comic #1. The Flash can use his power to move at such speed he can travel through time and space, as well as to create powerful shockwaves and vibrate molecules.

The Flash American television series was created by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Geoff Johns. The series follows Barry Allen, a costumed crime-fighter with the power to move at superhuman speeds. He is assisted by his friends at S.T.A.R Labs: Dr Harrison Wells, Caitlin Snow and Cisco Ramon, who help him protect Central City from various meta-human criminals including his arch-nemesis The Reverse Flash and other threats from various metahuman individuals across time and space.

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Special thanks to Brandon of ScarletSpeedsterCollects - give him a follow. 

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