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Perfect for boys and ghouls of every age
Funko has shown off a variety of cute-ifying (or terro-cuting?) collectibles, perfect for scaring your inner child! The selection including Pop! keychains and Pocket Pop!s for Disney's Nightmare before Christmas and various h...

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Funko Pop!

Funko takes us down nostalgia lane with Peanuts and Hanna-Barbera


But where's my Disney Afternoon?
Jun 11
// Kristina Pino
Funko recently announced they'll be releasing a whole slew of rad retro figures, including some of the Peanuts gang, some Hanna-Barbera characters, and more. Pop! Peanuts, which is coming in July, will include Charlie Brown, ...
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Disney Tsum Tsum

July's new Tsum Tsums will be... Stitch and pals!


Aloha!
Jun 06
// Kristina Pino
On the first Tuesday of each month, there's a new set of Tsum Tsums released at Disney Stores and online. July 7th will see the fuzzy debut of Lilo & Stitch-themed Tsums featuring: Stitch, Angel, Lilo, Scrump, Dr Jumba, and the Ugly Duckling. The duckling is an odd choice, but all of them look pretty dang cute nonetheless. I'll probably be picking up a Scrump one, myself.

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Disney Tsum Tsum

Get ready for PIXAR's Inside Out with some adorable new Tsum Tsums


Wear your feelings on your... shelf
Jun 05
// Kristina Pino
This past Tuesday, Disney released a new set of Tsum Tsums as part of their promotions every first Tuesday of the month. Since Inside Out is showing in theaters starting the 19th, this series was a no-brainer. All of Riley's emotions are there: Joy, Anger, Disgust, Fear, and Sadness, along with Bing Bong, Riley's imaginary friend. Are you going to see Inside Out in theaters?  
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#TeamVillains
Good and evil is a never-ending black & white struggle in Disney movies and, to apparently commemorate that struggle, Funko has a Mystery Minis series devoted to some of Disney's most iconic heroes and villains. The serie...

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Tsum Tsums

Frozen Tsum Tsums will melt your heart


Or at least thaw it a little
Mar 02
// Rachael Chambers
Disney is certainly sticking to their promise of releasing a new set of Tsum Tsums every month! Starting March 3rd, The Disney Store will make available six new characters. All your favorites from Arendelle will be in attenda...
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Funko Pop!

Custom creator Vongeek puts some POP into Wreck-it Ralph


Schweetzness!
Feb 27
// Soul Tsukino
Toy customizer and artist Vongeek debuted her latest creations with her custom Funko Pop! renditions of Vanellope & Ralph from Disney's Wreck-it Ralph. Each of these little cuties is hand crafted to the last detail a...
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Tsum Tsums

Keep stacking with Cinderella Tsum Tsums


So many mice to choose from
Jan 30
// Rachael Chambers
It's almost time for another infusion of soft, stackable plushies! Conveniently coming out right before the live action movie, February's Tsum Tsums are all about Cinderella. It looks like this set will include Prince Charmin...
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Disney

Cinderella movie dolls available at The Disney Store


Great for kids or collectors
Jan 29
// Rachael Chambers
With the release of Disney's live action Cinderella set to release on March 13th, merchandise for the film is coming out in full force. True to form, Disney has released three new film collection dolls, Cinderella, The F...
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Disney Plush

Disney store BO-GOing out of their minds with a plush sale


You can build an army with all the dalmatians
Jan 28
// Oansun
The Disney Store online has a Buy One, Get One for US$1 sale on a variety of plush items. That variety is pretty much Star Wars to Doc McStuffins (with its dorky dragon guy and all). A sale is a sale, and personally I'm alway...
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Inside Out

Too many feels: Pre-orders for Pixar's Inside Out Funko POP figures


I'm in a glass case of emotions!
Jan 26
// Lynnette Cantos
Disney-Pixar's upcoming summer movie Inside Out is all about human emotions interpreted inside a young girl's mind. Now it joins the list of other Disney movie characters available in Funko merchandise before the release date...
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All the voltage, but in half the package
Diamond Select Toys and Disney Store have broken up the band: The Marvel Select classic comic Electro will now be available through a Disney Store exclusive single configuration. Back in the Summer, we reported that Diamond S...

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Disney Attractionistas

Disney Attractionistas and more coming to parks this year


A new set of dolls? Count me in!
Jan 09
// Rio McCarthy
I have to start off by saying I am so excited for Summer suddenly that I just can't stand it! Coming this Summer are the new Disney Attractionista dolls! From the concept images they look to be similar to Monster High dolls (...
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Star Wars Rebels

Star Wars Rebels' Chopper goes beanie


This IS the droid you are looking for
Jan 07
// Soul Tsukino
The C1-10P droid nicknamed ''Chopper'' may be indifferent to the sentiments of humans, but you may just want to give this soft-stuffed service robot a hug just in case. The little droid is 7 1/2 inches tall with a movabl...
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Tsum Tsum

101 Dalmatians Tsum Tsums impawssible to resist


It would be 'Cruella' to pass up these pups.
Dec 24
// Rachael Chambers
Starting Tuesday, January 6th you can add these precious pups to your Tsum Tsum lineup! These cuties will kick off Disney's "Tsum Tsum Tuesdays" in which the company will release a new collection of the stackable plushies the...
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OMG Sales

Disney Store Online's Toy Mania Sale is ON


Upto 30% off select toys
Dec 16
// Kristina Pino
Disney's online store has just launched a big toy sale, with a bunch of items up to 30% off. I've put a little list together of some items that are now reduced in price: Large Simba plush. There's also a big Nemo one on sale...
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Frozen

Let us go, let us go to Walmart for this Pop! Frozen set


Warning: You may need to brave the cold to get down to your local Walmart... also parking lots and lines
Dec 12
// Scarecroodle
PopVinyl.net has reported that Funko has surreptitiously released a Pop! Frozen 3-pack featuring Elsa, Olaf, and an over-sized Marshmallow as a Walmart exclusive. While Olaf and Elsa are certainly nothing new, this is the fir...
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Frozen is not going away any time soon!
One of the biggest surprises to come out of Wonder Festival Summer was the reveal of Good Smile Company's Nendoroid Elsa from Frozen. Photos weren't allowed and absolutely nobody broke that rule to sneak a photo, so I can onl...

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Sometimes half a pun will half to do
Funko has released some official images of its upcoming Pop! figures from two classic Disney films. The Jungle Book's Mowgli, Shere Khan, and Kaa as well as Robin Hood's Robin Hood, Prince John, and Sir Hiss (no relation to K...

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Two items to make the Halloween season a little more joyful
The Haunted Mansion is easily among Disneyland's most iconic rides and even spawned its own film starring Eddie Murphy (which was nowhere near as successful as another ride's film series...), but collectibles have been a litt...

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Disney Princesses

Hasbro draws Disney Princesses license away from Mattel


Just let it go, Mattel, let it go
Sep 30
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
After some 20 years of Mattel doing Disney Princess figures and dolls it looks like things are changing. Hasbro has announced that Disney has pulled the Princess license away from Mattel (the current number two toy maker in t...
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Roughly three times cooler than a glow-in-the-dark
VinylMation World has posted an image of an upcoming Hot Topic-exclusive flocked Pop! Simba. However, he's not the only upcoming Hot Topic exclusive as the retail chain will also be receiving a (far less exciting) black &...

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Big Hero 6

Get hyped for Disney's upcoming Big Hero 6 with their new toy line


Figures and plushes as well as apparel are now available at the Disney Store
Sep 16
// Natalie Kipper
Disney's next animated film, Big Hero 6, arrives in theaters November 7 and their merchandising department has finally started to release toys of the characters at the Disney Store. If you mosey on over to Disney Store Online...
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I would say "shocking" new 2-pack but that would suggest it's the Shocker
MarvelShop.com has listed a Marvel Select Spider-Man vs Electro 2-pack which features both characters in their more classic-looking costumes. The set was showcased in a preview gallery on Marvel.com. The set, which features w...

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SDCC 2014 Disney

SDCC 2014: Disney


Baymax has arrived; let's go Big Hero 6!
Aug 02
// Rio McCarthy
Disney is going full force with it's upcoming animated feature, Big Hero 6, and it was all on display at SDCC this year! I'm excited to see Baymax in his fully animated glory, but you'll be able to get him in toy form soon en...
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Wonder Festival

Wonder Festival 2014 Summer: Nendoroid Elsa from Frozen


GSC is taking on Disney's latest hit
Jul 26
// Vanessa Cubillo
Wonder Festival always delivers great news to toy collectors. Well, Good Smile Company had a great surprise! They will be making a Nendoroid of Elsa from Disney's Frozen. Photos weren't allowed, not that this will stop everyo...
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Millenium Falcon

Hasbro takes the Millennium Falcon out for another run


A Walmart exclusive six years in the making
Jul 21
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
Back in the late '70s and part of the '80s Kenner created a (kinda small) Millennium Falcon vehicle-playset for their then pioneering 3.75 inch Star Wars line. It wasn't bad and found new life in the mid '90s when S...

What Pedro Is Up To: Learning to Love the POP

Jul 18 // Pedro Cortes
Since it was the Mass Effect line that did me in, I'll start with with Shepard. He may look tough, but he's a softy at heart. Well, at least the way that I played him. I have him chilling here on my massive stack of books that I want to read. Well, at least the most current stack of books I want to read. I don't think I'll ever have enough time to clear every one of those stacks. I'd be remiss if I didn't pick up Tali. I mean, she's my favorite character in the series. I need ALL THE TALIS. Ahem. Anyway, what's interesting about her is that she needs an additional disk to keep her balanced, due to her rather large noggin and lithe body. An odd combination, but it oddly works here. Rounding out my go-to team is Garrus. I love that they included his ocular scope and his scars from Mass Effect 2. He's also showing some love to his sniper rifle, which makes sense as he was always sniping fools in my play through. Here, he's guarding my laptop and the documentary that I'm working on. That's my space-bro. Following these first three, the gates opened and I started desiring other POPs. I put a bunch of them on my Amazon wishlist and got a few for my birthday back in March, starting with... Harley Quinn! Like many from my generation, I love me some HQ. She has a little shrine on my desk, joining last year's SDCC exclusive Harley Bishoujo and the colored sketch I commissioned from Amanda Conner during the same event. It's my little spot of madness on my desk. My father hooked me up with the Alien POP, as it's just so ridiculous. I mean, xenomorphs are pretty terrifying creatures and Funko did a great job making this guy so cute. I love the addition of the extra jaw popping out to assumedly devour a victim. Here, he's trying to victimize my Wii U. Come on, leave it alone. It's abused enough already. Another buddy, knowing that I'm a pretty big fan of Kevin Smith, went and got me the two Smith-related POPs. The first one, of course, is Silent Bob himself. While I didn't have a storefront to lean him on, I figured my stack of Grant Morrison Batman comics would be a sufficient replacement. And with Silent Bob must come a very loud Jay! One without the other is like peanut butter without the jelly. Chocolate without the almonds. Burgers without fries. I...might be a little hungry as I write this. Anyway, Jay here is looking over my floor atop my stacked collection of trades. The fact that a scantily clad Harley print is next to him is probably not a coincidence. Following the thread of movie POPs, another pair of buddies got me Wall-E and Eve. Considering Wall-E is one of my favorite Disney movies, this was definitely a good and appreciated thing. Here, Wall-E is rolling about on my stove. While I applaud his exploratory spirit, I'd implore caution. And here's Eve. She also into podcasting, it seems. That or she just likes my Blue Yeti mic. It does resemble a rocket. Finally, we have Rorschach from Watchmen. I bought this one myself a couple of days ago, leading to this retrospective right here. I've been eyeing him for a while at my local comic shop and finally decided to just pick him up. It's just so silly seeing this rough-and-tumble vigilante reduced to chibi form. And that's it for now. I'll likely pick up a few more POPs come SDCC, as there are a ton of interesting exclusives that'll be at the Funko booth. Now, the hard part will be getting in there...
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Breaking down figure barriers
Looking back, when I first saw the Funko POP series a few years back, I didn't think much of them. I thought they were cute, but I didn't expect for the line to last very long. Well, needless to say that I was wrong. Dead wro...

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Coming to Disney Parks starting this Fall
Those who have visited the Disney Parks in the past year or so have no doubt noticed the plush baby Disney characters, all bundled up in themed blankets and begging to be bought. The series draws from a wide spectrum of the D...

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And some Marvel goodies
Funko is again delivering exclusives from one of their more popular upcoming series, Frozen. I mean, are we surprised that people wanted Frozen Pop! figures? So there will be three exclusives from this Disney movie. Glow in...

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Good just got better
The good folks over at PopVinyls.com have managed to get a photo of the rarity chart from the Hot Topic-exclusive version of Funko's Disney Mystery Minis series 2 and... I think I like the Hot Topic version a lot better. Hot ...

Disney Tsum Tsum plush photo
Disney Tsum Tsum plush

Disney Tsum Tsum plushes make their way from Japan to US


There is even an addicting mobile game
Jul 01
// Natalie Kipper
I had rumors of this day coming but I had no idea it would arrive so quickly! Disney's Tsum Tsum plushes, originally from Japan's Disney Store (I swear, they get all the good stuff), are finally in the United States, both onl...
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Who lives in the sewers under the city?
It’s Monday, so that means Funko has announced another batch of SDCC exclusives. This one opens up with a Pop! mashup between SpongeBob SquarePants and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. SpongeBob is green, with Leonardo&rs...

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Big Hero 6

Bandai previews some stuff for Disney and Marvel's Big Hero 6


Looks like Bandai found a way to get their foot in the Marvel superhero door
Jun 28
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
If you haven't heard yet, Disney's next big CG movie will also be their first major Marvel animated movie, Big Hero 6. It's the story of a ragtag group of would-be heroes gathered together by the Japanese government to do th...
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Disney

Be prepared for Funko's Pop! Lion King and Bambi figures


Well, as prepared as one can be
Jun 24
// Scarecroodle
Funko has released images of its upcoming The Lion King and Bambi Pop! figures. Previously seen at Toy Fair, the Bambi offerings consist of Bambi, Thumper, and Flower (I don't remember that skunk but it's been forever since I...

What Kristina Is Up To: Bookmarks for summer

Jun 20 // Kristina Pino
Normally, the school librarian gives me loads of stickers and stamps and punches and things to work with when it comes to making book marks - I make them throughout the year, though the big push is always for the summer program. This time around though, I just got a small tin box with a packet of shiny origami paper, one roller stamp, three sheets of stickers, and just three scrapbook tape rolls (one blue, one orange, and one that looks like tiled floor). I didn't have a whole lot to work with. So I turned to Disney - I'm never let down that way. I recently bought a book that's all about learning to make ballpoint pen illustrations of various classic or popular characters and in various different styles. I figured: what better time to give them a whirl? I started doodling all over the templates and came up with some fun designs. A lot of it ended up being trial and error. I can't exactly use an eraser and re-draw things until they're perfect. But I feel like part of the charm of ballpoint pen illustrations is that they aren't perfect. Some of my bookmarks ended up coming out kind of cheesy. I wanted to incorporate books into as many of them as I could, since that's kind of the whole point. This year, my school created not one, but two mascots which are mainly used by the librarian, though they've slowly made their way into the classrooms. One is designed by the computer teacher, and the other (an incredibly handsome rock sitting in a bath tub) is designed by the students. That's where I got the idea of adding books to the illustrations, because in many of the little posters and decals around the school, they're holding 'em. Some of my bookmarks had nothing to do with Disney whatsoever. These are my attempts to use the materials I was given - scrapbooking tape, stickers, and shiny origami paper. I like working with those materials, but I felt like these were going to get boring fast with the limited options. Back to the good stuff. This illustration of Dale is the last of a series of doodles where he tries to do a flip. Of course, where Chip lands on his feet, Dale lands on his face. It's got nothing to do with books, but it's damn cute. I also drew quite a few Stitch or Stitch-themed ones, because he's one of the most popular Disney characters in Japan. This is his doll, Scrump. Or is it Lilo's doll? Either way, it's cute. Of course, these wouldn't be complete without doodles of Mickey and Minnie. And there's also a look at that tiled scrapbooking tape I mentioned earlier. It looks like the kind of tile floor you'd see in a bathroom. Or a cupcake shop. Cute for certain designs, but overall not easy to work with. I leave you with my work-in-progress shot of Donald, before his body is attached and his eyes filled in. I was so proud of myself at this point though, because it already looked way better than any other attempt I'd ever made at drawing Donald. The instructions are so clear and perfect that I pretty much spent an hour doodling without even noticing the time go by. I ended up drawing Pooh, Marie (from The Aristocats), Aliens from the Toy Story series, among other characters, Dumbo, Eeyore, and even other character-related things like Mickey Mouse cupcakes and Donald doughnuts. It's enough to give anyone cavities. There are a few more pictures in the gallery that didn't make it into the body of this post if you'd like to see more. Also, let's hear it for my trusty cospa Vocaloid buddies for showing off my tiny masterpieces. Or would-be masterpieces, anyway.
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Getting paid to doodle is pretty awesome
Summer is almost here, which means that students are almost off on break. Well, many students are, anyway. Some elect to do summer school (or are forced to by their parents), and end up missing out on that glorious month of v...

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Frozen POP!

Let it go! Funko POP! Frozen figure images appear


Did you think you could get through a Frozen post without a song?
Jun 10
// Rio McCarthy
The snow glows white on the mountain tonight; there are figures to be seen! The princess, snowman and reindeer - oh it looks like there's the queen! Alright, I'm sorry for the song, but you couldn't have thought you'd get a...

More Vinylmation Park Starz series 3 news heads our way

Jun 04 // Natalie Kipper
Series 3 will be available starting June 6, both at Disney Parks and online. A single blind box will cost US$18.95 but if you want a whole tray, it will be US$227.40. That may seem a bit more pricey than the standard Vinylmation but these figures tend to be bigger and they come packaged in a tin rather than a cardboard box. Not all of the figures have been revealed yet. But here is what has been shown so far: This is the original Barker Bird from outside The Enchanted Tiki Room at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. And this is Dream Finder from the original Journey into the Imagination at EPCOT. Here is an Astronaut from Mission: Space at EPCOT. [Edit: this is actually from Space Mountain, found in both Disneyland and Magic Kingdom parks.] This is that caveman you see near the beginning of Spaceship Earth at EPCOT. He is the one telling the story by the fire where the pictures on the wall start moving, describing the day's hunt. Hailing from Cosmic Ray's Starlight Café in Magic Kingdom's Tomorrowland, here is Sonny Eclipse.   This is one of the Turtle floats from Disney's Electrical Parade. God, I miss that one.   The final preview is a two-pack of an Irish boy and a musical Cactus from It's a Small World. Now, onto the variants: The Country Bear Jamboree's Big Al (who first appeared in Park Starz series 1) and Trixie will be part of a special set themed to the Christmas version of their show. The two-pack will be released on June 20 at Disney Parks for US$49.95. It will be limited to 2000 pieces. Also releasing on June 20 in US Disney Parks is a variant edition of Pirates of the Caribbean's sleepy Pig Pirate. The figure will cost US$26.95 and be limited to 1000 pieces. The next pair of variant releases occurs on June 27. The first figure is a clear version of Ezra, one of the three hitch-hiking ghosts that follow the Haunted Mansion's visitors home. He will cost US$24.95 and be limited to 2000 pieces. For the second half of the June 27 releases, Mission: Space's Astronaut gets a red paint job. Like Ezra, this space explorer will cost US$24.95 but will have a slightly small edition size, 1500 pieces. Beyond the excitement of simply getting to purchase theses figures, there will also be a special event at Walt Disney World's Downtown Disney Westside. On Friday, June 27 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern at D Street, artists Caley Hicks, Casey Jones, and Thomas Scott will be on hand to sign the new series along with the variant sets. More information can be found here. [via Vinylmation World]
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Previews, release dates, and pricing
The addition of Park Starz to Disney's world of Vinylmation grabbed collectors' attention in a big way. Unlike traditional Vinylmation, each figure in this line has its own unique mold rather than a standard Mickey Mouse form...

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Funko Disney

Funko shares Disney Mystery Minis Series 2 and Roger Rabbit POP!


When you wish upon a star... You get awesome stuff!
May 29
// Rio McCarthy
Everyone knows I'm a Disney fangirl, and we've seen several of the different Mystery Minis figures from Funko in the past, but I'm really excited for Disney Series 2! It includes characters from Beauty and the Beast, The...
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Hot Toys Maleficent

Hot Toys shares a new teaser for Maleficent


I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream..
May 28
// Rio McCarthy
We've already seen a teaser for this illustrious dragon-lady, but we should always see another don't you think? The Mistress of All Evil, Maleficent, is looking quite shadowy in this silhouette, but I guess that's the point o...

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