Bowler Hat Guy Meet the Robinsons (2007) Voiced by: Stephen John Anderson Artist: Kyle Jensen
Yeah!!!! I knew if I said his name on enough podcasts he would show up in a set. From one of the most underrated Disney movies of our time, this villain tugs at your heartstrings by the movie’s end. Thank you so much for giving us the bowler hat instead of painting it on.
Honest John Worthington Foulfellow Pinocchio (1940) Voiced by: Walter Catlett Artist: Gerald Mendez
Oh, the look of pure evil. Love it! Nice detail on the hat has well. Another case were I enjoy just the head and partial body.
Captain Hook Peter Pan (1953) Voiced by: Hans Conried Artist: Oskar Mendez
A classic bad guy. I enjoy the way this set is designed with some character’s head taking up the entire Vinylmation. It’s a good choice that really makes these villains come right at you. But where is the hook? Variant? In the side view, you can see his hood painted on.
Dr Facilier Princess and the Frog (2009) Voiced by: Keith David Artist: Gerald Mendez
This movie ushered hand drawn animation back into Disney movies. It was a beautifully drawn movie and this baddie stole the show… as many villains do. As much as I like the head shot close ups, this one deserves a fully body look. There is a lot going on with this character and so many movie references that could have gone into his ears. …looks like they put that detail on the back:
Evil Queen Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) Voiced by: Lucille La Verne Artist: Gerald Mendez
On the flip side to Dr. Facilier, this “bust-like” version looks phenomenal. I don’t mind no crown accessory, this painting is great. The vinyl losses a couple points for not using the ears. Again, give us movie references there.
Hades Hercules (1997) Voiced by: James Woods Artist: Kyle Jensen
I think I like this one… a lot. But I want to see it in person. I think the head is a clear blue, and that is would be amazing! Again though, Disney Store artists… please use the ears more. the flames can go up into the ears. But I will give the artist benefit of the doubt on this design.
Big Bad Wolf Three Little Pigs (1933) Voiced by: Billy Bletcher Artist: Enrique Pita
What a great character to include in this set! I think his face looks perfectly drawn. Look at the claws on the feet and the ears peaking out from the awesome hat.
Lady Tremaine Cinderella (1950) Voiced by: Eleanor Audley Artist: Oskar Mendez
I am blown away by how good her face looks painted onto this figure. The wicked stepmother’s bad hair due fills much of head and ears with the silver streak on the forehead. Her face is outlined in an evil fiery glow.
Another one? (Park 6 combo topper) Although I don’t want another so soon, this one beats the original hands down. I love the way that tongue hits the feat with a “splash.” And the brain on the back is amazing!
Shere Khan Jungle Book (1967) Voiced by: George Sanders Artist: Kyle Jensen
A personal favorite bad guy. His voice is etched in my mind. This is done well. Very cartoonish looking and in the style of the lions on the lion king set. Also, great use of ears putting some jungle leaves in there. No tail accessory, but it’s nicely drawn on.
Yzma Emperor’s New Groove (2000) Voiced by: Ertha Kitt Artist: Oskar Mendez
One of those movies you forget is Disney. This gives me much hope for a Kuzco, Pacha, Kronk and llama. This character has to be hard to capture on a vinyl and Oskar did a great job with her face, but it just misses. We don’t get the full feel of her giant head piece and collar.
Last chaser was a popular villain from a recent classic. Go ahead, toss out a guess or two in the comments below. Mine? Gaston or the Horned King.
9″ Genie Jafar and Jr. Genie
It is designed by Enrique Pita, is LE 700 and retails for $59.95.