Funko Pop! figures are adorable vinyl toys known for their large eyes and expressionless faces. Whether you’re looking for a quirky gift idea or want to display your favorites in your home or office, these iconic characters from some of the best shows of the ’60s and ’70s are simply delightful.

1-6. The Addams Family

They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky — and now they can be all yours! Based on the classic TV show, not the film or comics versions, the Addams Family Funko collection includes Morticia, Gomez, Wednesday, Pugsly with a pet alligator, Uncle Fester, Cousin It, and Lurch.

There are also a number of variants, including a fencing Gomez, an Uncle Fester with a light bulb in his mouth, and a grayscale Morticia and Gomez for those who want to remember the couple just the way they appeared on TV.

7-10. The Munsters

If you prefer the family that resides at 1313 Mockingbird Lane to the one from 0001 Cemetery Lane, then you need to get your hands on these charming Funko toys. The Pop! Munster family includes Lily, Herman, Eddie and Grandpa, though sadly Marilyn was left in the lurch.

11-22. Batman TV Series

Batman has been around since 1939 and remains one of the most popular comic book characters. There are dozens of Pop! toys featuring the Caped Crusader and his allies and enemies, ranging from his initial appearance all the way to his newest movie and video game incarnations.

But for fans of the 1966 TV show, you’ve got plenty of Funko toys to choose from. Beyond Batman and Robin, there’s Batgirl, Joker, Penguin, a Riddler and Mr. Freeze combo pack, Catwoman, and even King Tut.

If you need a little extra Zap! Pow! Boom!, you can get a special Surfs Up! Batman and Joker, or Batman in his classic Batmobile.

23-25. Spock, Captain Kirk and Scotty

Fans of Star Trek: The Original Series will be happy to know that Captain Kirk, Spock and Scotty are available as Pop! toys. While Uhura, McCoy and other classic cast members have been left out, there is also a Klingon, Andorian, Orion Slave Girl and even a Mirror Universe Spock.

With all the dedicated Trekkers out there, it should be no surprise that there are plenty of other Star Trek Funko options. You can find Star Trek figures from The Next Generation, Star Trek Beyond and even Big Bang Theory characters in Star Trek costumes.

26. Lost in Space

Danger Will Robinson! You will not be given the opportunity to live on as a Funko Pop! Only B9 will be given that privilege. But then again, where would the show be without The Robot and his classic warning?

27-29. Bewitched

These magical toys aren’t even officially on sale yet, but you can preorder Samantha, Darrin (which Darrin?), and Samantha’s trouble-making mother, Endora. They’re all slated to be released in October.

30-31. Sanford and Son

The Sanford and Son Pop! series is pretty limited. In fact, it’s limited to literally (Fred) Sanford and his son, Lamont. Even so, if you love the show, you’ll want to get your hands on these two fun toys, you big dummy!

32-37. H.R. Pufnstuf, Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, and The Banana Splits

These classic kids shows from Sid and Marty Krofft can live on in your memory and on your shelf thanks to their Funko toys. While H.R. Pufnstuf and Sigmund and the Sea Monsters only have one Funko Pop! each, there’s no denying that Mayor H.R. Pufnstuf and Sigmond are the coolest creatures from their respective shows.

As for The Banana Splits, don’t worry — all four of the show’s rocking main characters are available, which means you can form your own toy band with Fleegle, Bingo, Drooper and Stormy.

38-43. The Brady Bunch

Here’s the story, of a lovely lady, who was bringing up three very lovely girls — although oddly, only two of the three girls were included in the collection of six Pop! vinyl toys released in September of 2018.

In fact, the collection included Marcia, Cindy, Bobby, Peter, Greg and… Alice. Fans were pretty surprised that Alice would be included while Jan was left out. But it turns out that was because Jan and her imaginary boyfriend George Glass were later released as a New York Comic Con exclusive.

As for the parents, Mike and Carol, there seems to be no plan to release Funkos bearing their likenesses.

44-45. The Jeffersons

George and Weezy continue to move on up, this time to the rarefied air of sitcom characters immortalized by Funko.

What beloved TV show will Funko take on next? Could it be Get Smart, Gilligan’s Island, M*A*S*H or maybe Happy Days? I’d personlly love to get my hands on a Mork from Ork toy. And the world would be a better place if Ralph Furley and Stanley Roper got the Funko treatment.

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