Urban 5 Released

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The Urban 5 Series
Released: D-Street Florida and California on 11/5/10

Argyle
Artist: Susan Foy
Blue Lava Lamp
Artist: Adrianne
Draude
Blue/Yellow
Gear
Bear

Artist: Dan Howard
Cuppa Tea
Artist: Quynh Kimball
Hippie
Artist: Thomas Scott
Pink Rock Star
Artist: Lisa Badeen
Popcorn
Artist: Maria Clapsis
Red Gear Bear
Artist: Maria Clapsis
Shining Knight
Artist: Adrianne
Draude
Squiddy
Artist: Thomas Scott
X-Ray
Artist: Adrianne
Draude
3-D Mickey
Artist: Thomas Scott
Chaser
Two Tone Mickey
Artist: ??
Released: 11/12/10
Combo Topper

Creatures 9″
Artist: Thomas Scott
Sold With Creatures 3″
Released: 1/21/11
LE 1000
Creatures 3″
Artist: Thomas Scott
Sold With Creatures 9″
Released: 1/21/11
LE 1000
Racecar
Artist: Eric Caszatt
Sold with: Racecar Driver
Released: 1/21/11
LE 1200
Racecar Driver
Artist: Eric Caszatt
Sold with: Racecar
Released: 1/21/11
LE 1200
Drippy
Artist: Thomas Scott
Released: 1/21/11
LE 1000
Hidden 28
Artist: Susan Foy
Released: 1/21/11
LE 1000
Moon and Stars
Artist: Doug Strayer
Released: 1/21/11
LE 1000
Orange Gear Bear
Artist: Maria Clapsis
Released: 2/11/11
LE 1000
Bacon
Artist:
Released: 2/11/11
LE 600

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Nick LoCicero has almost 20 years experience in the media industry. He has worked on numerous Disney related media projects, most know at WDWNT for WDW News Tonight. He has been visiting Walt Disney World since 1982. After moving to Orlando in the late 90's he became a passholder, developed a fascination with the history of the vacation kingdom and has spent way too much money on park merchandise.

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Brad

Is there any way you guys can make a clean, consolidated print list for each series. I am looking for a printable list with just the vinylmation name and a checkbox and/or one with small (1″x1 1/2″ or 1″x1″) pictures with vinylmation name and a checkbox under each picture. The idea is to have each series take up no more than one 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet of paper. An awesome list would be to have a checklist of each vinylmation that one has in their collection. One idea is to be able to check the box on your site… Read more »

Nick Jerabek
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Nick Jerabek

It sounds like you know it already, but Disney does have “checklists” (although they’re more like check displays) of a significant number of their series. They’re a little delayed a lot of the time, but they seem to be fairly up to date at the moment. Here’s the link if you don’t have it already:

http://eventservices.disney.go.com/static/vinylmation/vault.html