Funko Pops have become a cultural phenomenon, with their distinctive design and wide variety of characters from various franchises. But have you ever wondered what the very first Funko Pop was?

The first Funko Pop ever created was the Big Boy figure, which was released in 1998. Big Boy is a chubby, cheerful mascot for the fast-food chain of the same name. The figure was a nod to Bob's Big Boy, a popular restaurant chain in the United States.

The original Big Boy figure was 4.5 inches tall and had a classic, retro appearance. He had a big smile, wavy hair, and was dressed in the classic red-and-white checkered outfit that is synonymous with the Big Boy brand. The figure quickly became a popular collectible among fans of the restaurant chain and of retro pop culture.

Following the success of the Big Boy figure, Funko began creating more figures in a similar style. They released figures for other fast-food mascots, such as the McDonald's Hamburglar and Ronald McDonald, as well as figures for various pop culture characters.

It wasn't until 2010 that Funko released their first official Pop figure. The figure was of Batman, and it was an instant hit among fans of the caped crusader. From there, Funko continued to release figures for various franchises, including Star Wars, Marvel, and Disney, among others.

In conclusion, the first Funko Pop ever created was the Big Boy figure, released in 1998. While the figure wasn't an official Pop figure, it was the first in a long line of collectibles that would come to define the Funko brand. The popularity of the Big Boy figure helped launch Funko as a major player in the collectibles market, and paved the way for the many Pop figures that followed.