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Best Harry Potter Funko Pops 2023

From Dobby to Dumbledore and Hedwig to Hermione, we've conjured up a complete guide to the best Harry Potter Funko Pop figures in 2023.

A Harry Potter Funko Pop on Wargamer's hexagonal blue background

Looking for the very best Harry Potter Funko Pops? You’re not alone. The world’s favorite wizard school still captures fans’ imaginations 12 years years after the movies ended, and how better to capture the magic than with a cute little Harry, Hermione, or Dumbledore on your shelf? We’ve trawled through the countless variants to bring you the best Harry Potter Funkos available in 2023.


Potterheads, read on to meet the most iconic, cutest, and all-round best Harry Potter Funko Pops on the market. We’ve listed only big-hitter characters (no Death Eater #3s here) and highlighted the Pop variants we think have the coolest outfits and accessories.

While you’re here, if there’s room on your shelf, you might also fancy checking out our guides to the best Marvel Funko Pops and the best Stranger Things Funko Pops. Potter purists might want to give our favorite Harry Potter board games a look, too.

For, now, though, hold out your wand and say ‘Alohomora’ to unlock our 100% accurate and objective list, because…

The best Harry Potter Funko Pops in 2023 are:

A Funko Pop of Harry Potter playing Quidditch

1. Quidditch Harry Potter Funko Pop

Yer a Funko Pop, Harry! We could hardly do a ‘Best Harry Potter Funko Pops’ list and not include the big HP, Boy-who-lived himself – and, for our galleons, the Quidditch Harry Potter Funko Pop is the best in class.

Harry Potter has the perfect face to slap on a Funko Pop. He’s got completely round glasses that nicely complement the Funko Pop eye shape and even a forehead accessory that shows up clearly on those oversized heads.

Here he’s dressed in his bright red P.E. kit, clutching the golden snitch that he’s snatched from the air in a Quidditch match. But his celebration will be short-lived when you snatch him up and stick him on your Funko Pop shelf.

A Harry Potter Funko Pop of Dobby

2. Dobby Funko Pop

Dobby never seemed to catch a break in the Harry Potter series, despite being utterly wholesome – but maybe you can look after a Dobby Funko Pop to make sure it fares better than he did in the movies or books. Here he’s captured snapping his fingers to perform some house elf magic – perhaps floating a cake onto the head of a Dursley dinner guest, who can say?

Dobby makes a fine addition to any Harry Potter fan’s collection. Just don’t chuck any clothes in his direction, if you don’t want him making a bid for freedom.

A Harry Potter Funko Pop of Hedwig

3. Hedwig Funko Pop

Another ill-fated and adorable Harry Potter character, now immortalized in plastic form. This Hedwig Funko Pop does a good job of capturing Hedwig’s likeness, and we appreciate the feather effect as well. Think about this: you’ve probably got enough Funko Pop humans by now, but how many Funko Pop owls do you own?

A Harry Potter Funko Pop of Hermione

4. Herbology Hermione Funko Pop

The most competent of the golden trio, there’s a good reason Hermione Granger is a fan favorite Harry Potter character. She’s got a ton of different Pops available, but the Herbology Hermione Funko Pop is our preferred pick.

She’s clad in very fluffy earmuffs to protect her from the screams of the mandrake she’s clutching. The mandrake itself is obviously a huge part of the draw here too. Just look at its ugly, lumpy face and beady little eyes. D’aww!

A Harry Potter Funko Pop of Dumbledore

5. Dumbledore Funko Pop

Before checking out the Dumbledore Funko Pop, we never realized what a sense of style Dumbledore had. But his fantastic fashion is on full show in this rather rare Harry Potter Funko Pop. Just look at the lovely patterning, the shiny fez, the beard tassel! He’s also got the phoenix Fawkes perched on his hand to keep him warm too.

A word of warning so you’re not caught unawares, this Funko Pop is ten inches tall, so it’ll tower high above the rest of your models. He is the headmaster after all, it’s only befitting of his status.



A Harry Potter Funko Pop of Harry Potter's Stag-shaped Patronus

6. Patronus Funko Pop

Aha! The Patronus Funko Pop is the one you need if you really want to repel things that go bump in the night. Harry Potter’s stag Patronus looks fantastic in this ghostly, translucent model. As Funko Pops go, this one straddles the line perfectly, it’s very unique, and you’ll probably be the only one of your friends who owns one but it’s not obscure and is still clearly identifiable. That said, it might take someone a few moments to place it unless it’s standing among a ton of other Harry Potter Funko Pops.

Best Harry Potter Funko Pops guide - Amazon sales image for the Voldemort Funko Pop titled Lord Voldemort with Nagini

7. Voldemort Funko Pop

As we always say at Wargamer: without darkness, there can be no light – and so this guide wouldn’t be complete without a Voldemort Funko Pop to fill out the ‘villains’ end of your figure collection.

Naturally, the dark lord himself, scion of the house of Gaunt, heir of Salazar Slytherin, and six times winner of Witch Weekly’s ‘creepiest face’ award has a fair few Pop variants to his name. Our favorite is Lord Voldemort with Nagini, though; snakes make everything spookier.

Perhaps our favorite reason to add this Harry Potter Funko Pop to your collection, however, has to do with Voldy’s facial features. You see, He Who Must Not Be Named is infamously deficient in the nasal department – with serpent-ish slits where his schnoz should be.

Unlike the You-Know-Who of the stories, though, the Voldemort Funko Pop actually enjoys more facial details than his fellow figurines: Voldemort has a sad-looking mouth, whereas the vast majority of Funko Pops famously have none. Why? We don’t know, but it’s neat!

A Harry Potter Funko Pop keyring

8. Harry Potter Funko Pop keychain

Confused as to why the Harry Potter Funko Pop keychain is on this list? Let us tell you a story.

The world of Harry Potter has an ever-increasing number of magical modes of transport. First, we see broomsticks and flying motor vehicles, then Floo Networks and Portkeys. And towards the end of the series, the characters just straight up learn how to teleport, and you wonder why everyone wasn’t always doing that.

Now, Harry Potter Funko Pops have a new way of getting around: tied to a metal chain connected to an enormous giant. It’s rudimentary, but it works! You can share your Funko Pops and love of Harry Potter with the world, by sticking a Harry Potter Funko Pop keyring on your keys.