Episode 024 Aquaramouse

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Ep. 024 Aquaramouse
In this special episode, we talk with Kristina Pino from Tomopop.com about the history of the vinyl toy, the state of Vinylmation, the future of Vinylmation and the new Disney Pop! Vinyl. This week we review the new Bakery Series and get an unexpected surprise. We also provide the latest Vinylmation news and release dates. And we answer your questions in the Mystery Mail Bag.
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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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  • Just listened to my first episode, I would have never thought that the bakery set would be like that. I still ordered the three “girls” still waiting for the guys to appear. Thanks for the in depth look at them and now that I am out of school I will be able to listen to many more. LONG LIVE THE OLD MOLD!

  • As usual, I enjoyed the podcast. The last 2-4 minutes were silent, so not sure if I was having computer problems, or if the podcast was cut short. Either way, I loved it. Keep them coming :-) :-) :-)

  • I agree with Kristina… I think Disney is releasing way too many Vinlymation too quickly. It is a bit maddening trying to keep up (and expensive!) I realize that Disney is doing this to reach out (and get money from) as many demographics as possible, but I just wish they would slow down production just a bit.

    Also, if you have an Urban Outfitters store near you, they sell some of the Kidrobot vinyl’s that were discussed. They sell The Simpsons, Futurama, and even Family Guy vinyl’s in a blind box (although Vinylmation are way cooler!)

    Awesome podcast!

    • Nooooo! People need to stop telling me about cool things that I don’t know about. I already dropped $70 on the Mad Hatter Mickey Kristina talked about, and now The Kidrobot Simpsons! Those look awesome.

  • I also think Kristina was right about the releases, they do release them to close together, even if they had 1 park, 1 urban and so on released each year it would make it alot easier for people to collect, although i is not that bad for me as i do only collect the ones that i really like and mean something to me, the only set we own is Star Wars and thats because we got a excellent price for it including the Chaser.

    Also i agree with Kristina with making a Donald Mold as i love Donald, but i don’t think that the Donald Vinylmations they have on the Mickey Molds look that bad i really like them (but i’m bias as he is my favorite), the one i think looks really bad on a Vinylmation is Goofy i think he is the hardest one to get to look right.

    I think i will display my Cupcakes with the frosting off or try and balance it on 1 ear, Also i think that they could have put Daisy in this series rather than Marie, Marie is popping up far to much for me when there are other characters (better characters) they could use, its a shame Daisy has only appeared once so far hopefully she will be used alot more in furture releases.

    Great Podcast guys (as always) was fun to learn the history of Vinyls

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