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Funko is partnering with Disney to release a new Heroes vs Villains Mystery Mini collection, which will be available in April 2015. The collection is a blind box series, with six heroes and six villains packaged individually. Each hero will … Continue reading
The Disney Store UK has released a charming Christmas ad that features a chain reaction involving hundreds of toys, apparel, and other merchandise. Rube Goldberg would have been proud.
The movie isn’t out until November 7, but there are already Baymax and other Big Hero 6 toys for sale at The Disney Store. No one is going to accuse Disney of being asleep at the wheel on this one. … Continue reading
With properties like Marvel Superheroes, Disney Princesses, Pixar’s Cars, and Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars” the Walt Disney Company rang up a record 40.9 billion in global retail sales in 2013 The sales topped 2012′s $39.4 billion, $37.5 billion, in 2011, and … Continue reading