Urban 7 Released

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Urban 7
Release Date: July 22, 2011

Urban 7 Combo Topper
Alien
Artist: Thomas Scott

Mystery solved. We know know what set this classic alien figure is in. However there are at least two versions. A solid green and a clear green. One is the variant.

Zombie School Girl
Artist: Lin Shih

She is a very preppy, nerdy girl design. But also the coloring is odd and no eyeballs. Is she a zombie nerd girl? Will those glasses be a removable accessory?

Spaghetti and Meatballs
Artist: Casey Jones

A delicious looking Vinylmation. Like the meatball ears. It would be cool if there was a fork in the back digging into this dish.

Dizturbed Rocker
Artist: Thomas Scott

This guy is at a concert getting ready to do some head banging. He appears to be wearing studded wristbands and belt. Nice facial expression. Will this be more accepted than Scott’s U5 Bearded Man?

Paint Splatter
Artist: Susana

Looks like a Disney artist got wild with the paint brushes again. I do like the heart shaped splatter on the chest. We will see what kind of detail we get on the back. It’s a clear figure.

VARIANT

Jukebox
Artist: Caley Hicks

An old school jukebox design. For the younger people out there, think iPod, only larger, doesn’t hook up to your computer and isn’t digital. I like the music notes in the ears. The colors are great on this one.

Rotary Phone
Artist: Lisa Badeen

A nod to the era when it took 5 minutes to call someone. And whats that in the head? Phones once had cords? And look, another phone number on a Vinylmation! A clear head with the cord going through it.

VARIANT

Dark Side of the Mouse

Artist: Maria Clapsis

Looks like a peak into the 60s or 70s with a psychedelic space theme. Check out the Mickey head in the foot!

Squirrel and Nut
Artist: Doug Strayer

Cutesters Too had a kid in a squirrel outfit. On the bottom next to Maria’s name was an acorn. This is a similar idea, only the Squirrel is more realistic, as is the nut.

Penguin
Artist: Maria Clapsis

Another penguin! (Which Disney actually made a joke about!) Here he is holding a fish. This one seems a little more gruesome then the squirrel, because the fish is living.

Cyclops
Artist: Mike Sullivan

VARIANT

Color Bars
Artist: TBA

LE: 1000
$39.95

Release Date: November 2011

There better be something cool on the back, because this 9″ has a ton of empty space for $40-$45 price tag that it will have. Maybe an autograph piece for TV stars? We knew this was coming based on the previously released Ear Hat, 3″, Jr combo.

Monster
Artist: TBA

LE: 800
$39.95

Release Date: November 2011

This guy looks great. I’m a sucker for using the nose as a chin. The huge feet and talons are cool too. Before I knew there would be so many, I bought the Snow Monster 9/3 from Park 3. But I have to be so much more selective now. This would have made the cut a year ago, but not today.

King Tut 9″/3″ Combo
Artist: TBA
LE: 1500
$74.95
Release Date: November

The 9″ looks brilliant. Vibrant gold color. This is King Tut in a sarcophagus. And this continues the addition of some great accessories to 9″ figures.

King Tut 9″/3″ Combo
Artist: TBA

LE: 1500
$74.95

Release Date: November

King Tut before being put to rest is depicted in this 3″ figure. Disney’s official picture of this guy also has a cane:

Flowers
Artist: Lisa Badeen

LE: 1000
$39.95

Release Date: November 18, 2011

A purple body and a flower pattern all around.

9″
3″
Milk and OJ 9/3 Combo
Artist: Caley Hicks

LE: 1500
$74.95
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE
Release Date: November 18, 2011

This set is based on an Ear Hat set we saw a while back. OJ and Milk was the talk of The Florida Project. People loved this one.

The side of 9″ Milk has a bar code.

The back of OJ 3″ has Nutrition Facts.
Curliuser
Artist: Thomas Scott

LE: 1000
$39.95

Release Date: November 18, 2011

A paisley type pattern

Annie Mae
Artist: Mike Sullivan

LE: 800
$39.95

Release Date: November 18, 2011

Back of 9″ Annie Mae

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Nick LoCicero

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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