Which My Hero Academia funko pop grails do you need to add to your collection? My Hero Academia funko pop waves continue to get better and better each time. 

It’s a great question, and we wanted to outline what makes these funko pops grails vs. not. 

As most of you may know already, My Hero Academia is one of the most popular anime and manga series among anime fans; it also does a great job at character development. As a result, you get to know a lot about each character. 

It’s no surprise Funko created figures of this anime. Additionally, they became a significant collectible for fans – not only do they come in different styles. 

Which Are the Best Academia Funko Pop Grails to Get?

Let’s dive in as we will discuss the best my hero academia funko pop grails!

1. All Might – Funimation 20th Anniversary Funko Pop 

All Might Funko - Funimation 20th Anniversary Funko Pop 

His power derives from the very thing that makes him human: his Quirk. At first, he could not control it and even used it against himself to save someone else’s life. But ever since then, he has become a true hero by using this strength for good–saving people’s lives with all of his might! Don’t forget how he saves heroes with a smile.

I love how positive-minded All Might is, no matter what. His smile always cheers me up! 

So what’s your favorite character from My Hero Academia? Let us know on Twitter and Instagram @PopAndFigures; we’d love to hear from you.

2. Tenya Iida Game Stop Exclusive Funko Pop 

Tenya Iida Game Stop Exclusive Funko Pop 

Tenya Iida is a hero with the quirk Engine. His engine moves fast, and he’s able to use it as an attack by spinning his arms around quickly, creating tornadoes used for fighting or blowing away enemies. He also has two particular engines in his legs that allow him to jump high to reach over taller buildings or obstacles, like walls. The best my hero academia funko pop grails are Tenya Iida because of how versatile they are!

His best episode is Episode 12, “The Big Game Begins!” where he and Izuku Midoriya teamed up to take on Shoto Todoroki.

Did you know Tenya Iida’s favorite food is ramen noodles and vegetables with miso soup or curry rice? 

3. Killer Stain Convention Exclusive Funko Pop 

Killer Stain Convention Exclusive Funko Pop 

Killer Stain (also known as Chizome Akaguro) has an entire storyline that makes fans of villains excited. His entire focus is on bringing down the superheroes who do not know what it means to be heroes, essentially purging fake superheroes. 

His knife can paralyze his foe, and his target becomes the U.A. Highschool students since they are still learning. Collectors love his funko pop because it represents the villains and the legacy Stain made in the anime. 

Read more about Killer Stain and his abilities on the fandom wiki: 

Chizome Akaguro | My Hero Academia Wiki | Fandom

4. Dabi Convention Exclusive Funko Pop

Dabi Convention Exclusive Funko Pop

Dabi is an interesting character. He’s one of the villains, but he is also a very talented hero in his own right- not just because of his Quirk. 

His blue flames are infamous during the training camp arc when the U.A. Students went on summer break. The blue flames challenge the students and heroes on-site, and collectors appreciate how his blue flames are visible. Dabi has a partnership with Hawks that keeps season 5 entertaining as well. 

Read more about Dabi’s abilities on the fandom wiki. 

Dabi | My Hero Academia Wiki | Fandom

5. Nejire Hado Spring Virtual Convention Exclusive Funko Pop

Nejire Hado Spring Virtual Convention Exclusive Funko Pop

Nejire Hado from my hero academia is a part of the big three learning from All might at the university. Nejire’s funko pop comes with her hero suit instead of a schoolgirl uniform. Her Quirk is called ‘Wave Motion,’ which gives her the ability to convert energy. 

Read more about her abilities on the fandom wiki. 

Nejire Hado | My Hero Academia Wiki | Fandom

Collectors are highly interested in adding her to their collection due to the meaningful moments in the anime. 

How Much Do My Hero Academia Funko Pop Grails Cost? 

On average, a funko pop grail can cost anywhere between $70 to $300. However, My Hero Academia Funko Pop grails are higher in demand and worth more than the average; most are no lower than $110 and can range from $200 to $400. 

Gang Ocra, the recent summer limited edition virtual convention exclusive, is an exception as it’s only around $35 to $45; however, the character is such a fan favorite it’s hard to get your hands on completely. Fat Gum is also an exception apart from the same summer virtual convention, with his funko pop price averages around $50 to $60. 

Additionally, Nejira is easily a $200 funko pop as anime fans know her as an elite superhero apart of the big three. Her popularity contributes to why her pop is so expensive. 

We wrote about why funko pops are rare and what characteristics matter most in determining the price for a funko pop: Why are funko pops so expensive?. 

New My Hero Academia Funko Pop Waves Continue To Come 

Funko.Inc understands what is trending and which franchise sells the most when creating pop figures for them. My Hero Academia is one of Funko.Inc’s largest selling franchise and most popular figure sold in the market these days. 

Here’s a list of a potential My Hero Academia Wave 6 rumored to be coming out in the next couple of months or years. 

  • Yuga Aoyama “Shining Hero”
  • Hawks (Common)
  • Inasa Yoarashi “Gale Force”
  • Kyouka Jirou “Earphone Jack”
  • Fat Gum (Skinny)
  • Deku with Gloves
  • All Might W Bag & Umbrella

These will be highly-anticipated anime funko pops that collectors will be excited to get their hands on once they release.

Unfortunately, there’s no news on which funko pops will become exclusives or glow in the dark; however, those always end up becoming a surprise and worth more. 

If you’ve enjoyed reading about my hero academia funko pop grails, you may also like to learn more about the anime vaulted funko pops list we put together as well. 

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