New Disney Vinylmation series breaks the mold

Sep 13 // Natalie Kipper    @PoogieNya

Most vinyl figure collectors know what the typical Disney Vinylmation model looks like: a Mickey Mouse figure with a colorful design superimposed over it. It has been this way since time immemorial. Well, no longer.  At the Florida Project event at EPCOT, and later on the official Disney Blog, Project Z was officially revealed to be the Park Starz, a Vinylmation series that uses individual molds for each character in the set. We all remember mention of Project Z from the recent This Week in Tomo, right?

According to the official Vinymation site, there will be 11 vinyl figures plus the mystery chaser in this set, all of which will be based on Disney Theme Park mainstays. The four Vinylmations that have been revealed thus far are Journey into Imagination's Figment the Dragon, The Country Bear Jamboree's Big Al, Expedition Everest's Yeti, and The Submarine Voyage's Squid. Any predictions as to who will be included in this series, Tomopeople? 

[Images via WDWdailynews.com]

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