Edgar Allan Poe, George RR Martin… Literary Funkos to collect

literary funkos

Since you can't live off of pop culture alone, although in El Output seems otherwise, today we bring you one excellent selection of literary funkos. If you like books, who appears in them and who writes them, you can't miss these dolls based on famous writers and mythical characters from literature. As you will see, they will look perfect on the shelves of your books and will give them a fun and distinguished touch.

Have we used the cliché that there is already a funko for practically everything? Surely several times, but it's true. It seems that, with the exception of those of us who write in El Output, everyone already has a funko based on it.

Athletes, characters from comics, movies, series... Even presidents and scientists. Funko has portrayed almost everyone and, therefore, we also find a bunch of literary funkos very interesting.

The deep relationship between funko and literature

Edgar Allan Poe Funko

Funko specializes, above all, in figures related to icons of popular culture. However, over time, it has opened up to encompass everything from sports, to history, with a number of important figures in it.

Among those characters, which are usually found in the collection Funko Pop Icons Figures, we met with various funkos from legendary writers what are we gonna see.

Similarly, it is obvious that many of Funko's figures, such as those from The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter o Game of Thrones They are originally based on books, although the figures represent the characters as they were imagined in movies and series. For this classification, we are going to leave them apart, since their series are extensive in themselves, they deserve their own article and there is no point in choosing a single figure.

However, we are going to show you some famous book characters that you may not expect. Because You know them from the movies, but in reality, they are literary characters in its origin.

So, take note, that if you are a book lover, you are going to have to do with these funkos.

Literary funkos of famous writers

Stephen King Funko

There are several writers who have been immortalized in a funko and, in fact, a couple of them have quite a few versions different from your doll.

Dr. Seuss Funko

Theodor Seuss Geisel was an American writer known for his children's books, which he signed under the name of Doctor Seuss.

With more than 60 books to his credit, he is one of the most prolific and famous authors, especially in the English-speaking realm, though not only.

And to celebrate how happy he made many children and the impact he had, he has his own funko.

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Edgar Allan Poe Funko

El master of gothic horror, creator of masterpieces like the poem The Crow, does not have a single funko, but several. In various poses, you can find the teacher with a book, a skull or, of course, a raven.

Essential to put in front of your collection of horror books.

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jane austen funko

What can be said about the author a thousand times imitated that does not go out of style? His period novels, with that peculiar and stuffy English romanticism, continue to fascinate today as always.

Therefore, there is a funko in his image, a little hard to get, but that you can track second-hand if you count yourself among its thousands of fans.

jane austen funko

George R.R. Martin's Funko

Inevitably they made a writer's funko Game of Thrones for you to place next to the unfinished saga.

You can also use it to do voodoo and poke him to see if he starts typing a little faster, instead of talking all the time about football.

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Stephen King's Funkos

El king of contemporary terror does not stop His countless novels have left an indelible mark on several generations and he is a living history of literature, like it more or less.

Stephen King does not have a funko, but many, we highlight two.

Here you have it posing normal.

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And here it is in a curious black and white version

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Special mention to stephen king bloody, which illustrates the article in its header. It is a rare and sought after piece in the funko universe.

Funkos of famous literary characters

Cthulhu Funko

As we have told you, it may surprise you, but these movie character funkos are actually funkos of literary characters who, in their day, were so important thanks to their novels that, for this reason, they went to the cinema.

For obvious reasons, we repeat that we are not going to put characters from Harry PotterThe Lord of the Rings, etc.

Alice in Wonderland Chesire Cat Funko

Lewis Carroll created a timeless classic quoted a thousand times by many people who have not read it.

Their Alice in Wonderland y Alice through the mirror They are literary legend. As a representative of its mythical characters, the coolest funko (or so I think) is this one of the Cheshire cat.

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Cthulhu Funko

Few literary characters have instilled as much fear and admiration as the Ancient Cthulhu.

Product of the tormented mind of HP Lovecraft, it is another one of those figures that should serve to decorate the horror section of your library.

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Hannibal Lecter Funko

The film The silence of the lambs It was a bombshell in its day and Anthony Hopkins will forever be Hannibal Lecter. But before the movie, The silence of the lambs was a multi-award winning novel with more literary significance what you think

The legendary writer Davod Foster Wallace, in fact, included it in his teachings in the subject he gave at the University of Pomona.

You already have a piece of information to impress that cultured person that you like and does not speak to you because of your t-shirt. Spider-Man

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Funko girl from The Exorcist

William Peter Blatty wrote the novel The Exorcist that when it came out in Spain in 1975, it was one of the best-selling books. The novel had such an impact that William Friedkin made a legendary film that would later fall through the mud with the sequels.

So yes, the Regan girl was a literary character originally and here is his funko.

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Carol Funko from Where the Wild Things Are

Where the wild things are, translated to Where the monsters liveit's a fabulous children's story by Maurice Sendak. Not very well known in Spain, it is a classic of Anglo-Saxon literature for children.

This funko of Carol, one of the main monsters, is a perfect representative of this little literary gem that has also been on the big screen at times.

Complicated to find, but worth it.

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As you can see, there is no corner where funko does not get to portray its main protagonists. If you are a book lover (even if you are not a figure collector) these literary dolls from funko They are essential to give that fun touch to your shelves full of titles.

This article contains affiliate links. El Output I might receive a small commission if you buy anything here. However, no one has influenced this list, mainly because almost all of them are dead or fictional characters in literature.

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