Capturing unforgettable characters from iconic moments in the series, these Harry Potter Funko Pop! figures are as satisfying to display in their boxes as they are to take out and play with. With their giant heads and cartoonish features, they make even Severus Snape seem adorable.
Determined to prove herself an excellent student of magic, Hermione Granger is sure to make the “gar” nice and long, swishing and flicking her way to a successful levitation charm. Unfortunately, the rewards for such outstanding spellwork will be a broken heart, and near-death by troll, so she could really use a friend.
Perhaps any professor can handle blasting naughty teenagers out of the rose bushes during the Yule Ball for the Triwizard Tournament, but none of them can do it with as much dashing style and flair as Severus Snape. If he also manages to catch Harry Potter strutting around the grounds while he’s at it, so much the better. Product warning: May contain an unredeemed character arc.
Harry Potter’s godfather, Sirius Black does his best to offer advice and support in the face of the perilous trouble his godson seems to always find himself in. This figure prefers to be let out of the box as much as possible, having already been boxed-up for some time—twelve years of it—in Azkaban. Product warning: Not a window decoration. Keep away from curtains with even the slightest hint of fluttering.
Professor McGonagall is guaranteed to keep your entire collection in proper order, ready to deduct House points for any rule-breaking. Head of Gryffindor House, and Deputy Headmistress of Hogwarts, she is deeply respected among students and staff.
The brightest witch of her age, Hermione Granger often serves as the voice of reason to her two somewhat less-sensible friends. When there’s a “What do we do?” moment, Harry and Ron turn to her. Here in her classic Hogwarts robes, she is ready for any challenge… except maybe Divination.
Here’s a classic Harry Potter Funko Pop. If you ask Harry Potter what his favorite thing in the world to do is, the answer will always be Quidditch. He is happiest in the air, on a broom, searching for the Golden Snitch. We will call this a rare figure only because of how infrequently it seems that Harry is allowed to, in fact, be happy.
An unwilling Triwizard Champion, Harry has to open the Yule Ball, dancing with Parvati Patil in front of a gathering of all three schools. He may not dance very well, but he at least looks fantastic in his dress robes. This Harry Potter Funko Pop shows Harry’s classy side and that he can clean up pretty well.
Ron Weasley is here with his screaming Howler to remind you that stealing your parents’ flying car just to get to school is a bad idea, as it may result in a letter that magically yells at you in your mother’s voice in front of everyone… as well as expulsion, imprisonment, injury, or death. Not sure why anyone would need a reminder of that, but here Ron is with it, nonetheless.
It’s not every day that your textbook tries to eat you… unless you’re Neville Longbottom, to whom these things just seem to happen. Newly appointed Professor Hagrid thought the book would be funny. Luckily, Neville shows time and again throughout the series that he is an unwaveringly brave Gryffindor, and does not let it get him down. Bite marks not included.
Ginny Weasley will try her best to enjoy her time at the Yule Ball of the Triwizard Tournament, glad to have been asked to it at all, even if she is getting her feet trod on by Neville Longbottom during most of the night. Note: Product may spontaneously attract to Harry at the Yule Ball figure. Please do not interfere.
In perhaps the most dramatic cake delivery in history, Rubeus Hagrid tracks Harry to the ends of the Earth to help him celebrate his eleventh birthday and finally give him his Hogwarts letter. It is safe to say that Hagrid was the first person since the night his parents died to show Harry that someone in this world actually cared about him.
While scoffed at by Harry and friends, Divinations teacher Sybill Trelawney has a core, devout group of student admirers who attest to her prowess as a Seer. Even Headmaster Dumbledore has his reasons for keeping her employed at Hogwarts, despite some often-nonsensical predictions, and an aura of cooking sherry. Regardless, there is no denying that Trelawney is, by far, the hippest teacher at the school. I mean, just look at her.
Get ready to help Ron Weasley practice his Keeping skills in full Quidditch gear. All Ron really needs is a bit of confidence to reach his full potential, finding a role in which he can stand out among so many others to whom he is often compared. Felix Felicis not included, but also not necessary. Weasley is our king!
No collection would be complete without the series-altering, stunning appearance of Hermione Granger at the Yule Ball. This figure captures the moment that prompted three full years of romantic angst and tension… and also tears, screaming, hexing, abandonment, resentment, punching, absolution, and eventually kissing.
Second-year Ron Weasley was just trying gallantly to defend Hermione from an abusive Draco Malfoy. Ron’s broken wand, however, led to a spectacular backfire that caused Ron’s slug-vomiting hex to affect himself instead of the intended target. Ron’s heart was in the right place, but the slugs definitely, definitely were not.
The directions for Polyjuice potion specifically warn against attempting animal transformation, but even the brightest witch amongst all the second years at Hogwarts can suffer a mishap, accidentally adding the hair of Millicent Bulstrode’s cat instead of the girl herself. But hey, look on the bright side—at least Hermione didn’t get petrified or anything! Can you imagine?
Sometimes, it feels necessary, apparently, to leave the infant, future savior of the Wizarding world with people who will deeply hate and ridicule him for the first eleven years of his life. The good news is, if the boy does not turn out to be a psychotic mess of a human being, this Dumbledore with Baby Harry figure will represent an iconic first moment in an epic story. Fingers crossed!
Your collection gets 350% cooler with Auror “Don’t call me Nymphadora” Tonks in it. A Metamorphmagus who can change her appearance at will, Tonks chooses most of the time to look incredibly awesome rather than just blend in, a trait admired by many Harry Potter fans.
Almost everyone has that one crazy auntie who wants to torture and murder pretty much the entire world, just for fun. If you are one of the rare few who don’t, then this absolute queen will more than fit the bill. Bellatrix Lestrange is universally hated, and yet the madness and undeniable style of this figure are enchanting.
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