Would you still collect an item if you knew there was a chance it would try to kill you? Welcome to the world of Chucky.
The murderous soul trapped in a Good Guys doll body has been terrifying audiences since the Child’s Play franchise made its debut in 1988. Throughout the years, we’ve seen a slew of sequels, and, of course, plenty of spooky collectibles.
Which among them are worth a frightful amount? We take a look.
Remember, estimated values tend to fluctuate, especially as we add more and more items and price points to ensure the guide’s accuracy. Also keep in mind that these are the values for items found solely on hobbyDB. Scroll below for more information on how you can help us build our Chucky and horror film database. Follow this link for a current list of the Most Valuable Chucky collectibles on hobbyDB.
Top-10 Chucky Collectibles on hobbyDB
10. Chucky and Tiffany (Blacklight) (Funko) ($55)
9. Conan O’Brien as Chucky (Funko) ($65)
8. Chucky (Scars and Blood) (Funko Soda) ($65)
7. Ultimate Chucky and Tiffany (2-Pack) (NECA) ($70)
6. Freddy Funko as Chucky (Funko) ($110)
5. Chucky (Scars) (Funko Mystery Minis) ($110)
4. Chucky (Bloody) (Funko) ($115)
3. Freddy Funko as Chucky (Bloody) (Funko) ($165)
2. Chucky (Supreme) ($280)
1. Good Guy (Chucky) (Trick or Treat Studios) ($800)
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