Release Date: October 21 Where: D-Streets (online in November) Price: $18.95 Artist: Thomas Scott, Casey Jones and Lin Shih Details: 12 figure blind tin set
Update: 10/12/11 Picture of Chaser added below. Signing at D-Street WDW on October 21 from 5p-7p with Thomas Scott and Casey Jones. Also announced, Park Starz will have “variants” but not in the blind tins. They will be sold as separate LE figures in 2012. One clue to one such variant is “he will be copper in color.” Hmmm, Partners statue is the first guess that comes to my mind. What about your guesses?
Lincoln Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln
1964-PresentFirst debut at the World’s Fair.
Robot Butler Horizons
EPCOT 1983-1999Horizons took guests through a vision of tomorrow. Robot Butler has his duster in hand.
Ice Gator Blizzard Beach Mascot
1995-PresentI love the look on this guy’s face. He has so much fun enjoying Disney’s finest water park. His counterpart, Lagoona Gator from Typhoon Lagoon will be in Park 9.
Big Al Country Bears Jamboree
Magic Kingdom 1971-PresentBig Al steals the show at this Frontierland musical treat.
Giant Squid 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea
Magic Kingdom 1971-1994This ride always scared me as a kid. I always thought the squid was going to cause a leak in my sub.
Figment Journey Into Imagination
EPCOT 1983-PresentFigment is one of the most beloved characters in all of Disney theme park history.
Yeti Expedition Everest
Animal Kingdom 2006-PresentThe giant yeti chases your vehicle through the mountain. At the end, he swipes (or is supposed to) down at your passing car.
Skeleton Pirate Pirates of the Caribbean
Disneyland 1967-PresentThe skeleton Pirates await guests aboard the underground caverns about the Pirates ride.
Bride Haunted Mansion
1971-PresentThis ghostly blue bride has a viel and is holding an axe. Appartly she is finished with her groom.
Jose Enchanted Tiki Room
1963-PresentThis green bird is your host for Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.
Boy and Goat It’s a Small World
This tin gives you a “2 for 2″. Both pieces are counted as 1 figure. Great color and design on the goat.
Highlight below to read, click figure to the left to seeThis figure represents the icon of Pleasure Island at WDW’s Downtown Disney in the 80’s. A really great representation of an extremely obscure figure. Take a look if you wold like to see him.