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Disney, Super7 Team for Character Figures

Super7 is releasing a trio of Ultimates! Figures commemorating characters from the formative years of the Magic Kingdom.

Super7 has unveiled the beginning of a creative partnership with Disney.

It has launched the first three of their new Disney collectibles including a trio of Ultimates! Figures commemorating characters from the formative years of the Magic Kingdom.

From the animated classic “Fantasia” comes a  Mickey Mouse toy featuring a poseable body and three interchangeable expressive heads, interchangeable hands, two water buckets, the animated broom, axe and the Sorcerer’s giant spell book. The figure is dressed in a tailored, velvety wizard robe with a real rope tied waistband.

The second figure is Pinocchio as a poseable action figure with three interchangeable heads showing his growing nose, interchangeable hands, his conscience Jiminy Cricket, schoolbook, axe, apple, Cleo’s fishbowl, Figaro the Cat and a fabric vest with gold trim. 

The third and final figure is Prince John from “Robin Hood.” The poseable action figure features three interchangeable heads, interchangeable hands with and without the jewels of his rings, two versions of his assistant Sir Hiss, a vanity mirror and a plush velvet regal robe with fur trim.

All three characters are now available for preorder and can be purchased individually at $45 or in a set for $135 from Aug. 5 to Sept. 5.

The figures adds to Super7’s extensive line of licensed collectibles. Recently, the company also announced a line of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle” exclusives as part of a collection that debuted at Comic-Con@Home.

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