The Best Spider-Man: Far From Home Funko Pops (And Where to Buy Them)

Spider-Man Far From Home Funko Pops

One of the most eagerly anticipated films of the year is Spider-Man: Far From Home. A direct sequel to both Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Endgame, the upcoming film promises newer, bigger adventures for Peter Parker as he becomes embroiled in a mission to fight mysterious beings known as Elementals from destroying Europe while on a class trip. Accordingly , Funko has released a whole line of its ever-popular Pop! figures of characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe film.

Now, here are some of the best Pop! figures from Spider-Man: Far From Home to get just in time for the film's opening.

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Spider-Man (Upgraded Suit)


Of course Spider-Man gets his own Pop! figures tying into the his solo sequel, but it looks like the friendly neighborhood web-slinger will go through quite a few wardrobe changes over the course of the film, with his most notable being the "upgraded" outfit

The Hero Suit Funko Pop! figure has Spider-Man in his new red and black outfit, preparing to fire a web while clinging to a nearby wall. Spidey is back in action in Far From Home and looks more stylish than ever.



Peter Parker's love interest in Far From Home bears very familiar initials as Zendaya's Michelle decides to be referred to as MJ by the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming. With Liz Allen transferred out, Peter turns his romantic attentions to MJ as they go with the rest of their classmates on a school trip to Europe.

The MJ Funko Pop! figure has the character wearing her usual green army jacket as she brandishes a mace against an unknown foe.



The most prominent character introduced into the MCU in Far From Home is Quentin Beck, better known by fans as Mysterio. However, the film's incarnation of the traditional Spider-Man villain depicts him as a hero from an alternate Earth who pursues the Elementals from his world to the main MCU Earth through a rift in the space-time continuum created by Thanos' use of the Infinity Gauntlet.

An apparent ally of Spider-Man and Nick Fury in their fight against the Elementals, speculation remains if Mysterio will undergo a villainous turn. The Funko Pop! figure for Mysterio has him standing in his signature green smoke as he prepares to shoot triangular energy blasts at an unseen target.



Spider-Man is recruited by Nick Fury to join forces with Mysterio to stop a mutual threat in the Elementals, destructive beings from another reality that are cutting a path across Europe and threaten the entire planet. One of these these Elementals is Hydro-Man, who Spidey and Mysterio encounter in Venice.

The Hydro-Man Funko Pop! figure features the villain rising from swirling waves, compromised entirely of living water as he prepares to wreck the ancient Italian city.

Molten Man


Joining Hydro-Man from an alternate Earth is fellow Elemental Molten Man. True to his name, Molten Man is made of living fire and sets London ablaze during the events of the film, leading to Spider-Man having to swing in and save the day.

The Funko Pop! figure of Molten Man show the villain dripping with magma from his torso while red-hot shards protrude from his back and arms, his mouth open ravenously with disarmingly unnerving bright yellow eyes. While he doesn't look much like his comic book counterpart, he still casts a menacing profile.

Stealth Suit Spider-Man


One of the most notable outfits that Peter Parker dons in Far From Home is his all-black stealth suit. Given to him by Fury as a means to help conceal his identity while in Europe rather lead speculation as to why Spider-Man and Peter Parker are seen in the same international locations, Spidey uses the upgraded suit to combat the Elementals.

The Spider-Man Stealth Suit Funko Pop! figure shows the new costume in all its glory, complete with felt mask, armored padding, and fingerless gloves.

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