Villains 3 Explained

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Villains 3
Date: June 18, 2012
Where: Disney Stores and Online
Price: $9.95
Details: 12 figure blind box set

Update 06/11/12 Updated page with picture of the chaser. Click the Mystery Chaser image at bottom of page to see. Rumor also surfaced of a sale at the Disney Store where you buy one Villains 3 blind box, get one Robots 2 blind box free.

Update 05/30/12 Updated some figures with higher quality images. All I have to say is WOW. Great set Disney Store.

Update 05/29/12 Updated the full character lineup.

Pinocchio (1940)He’s the sidekick of J. Worthington Foulfellow. He was going to be voiced by Mel Blanc, who voiced Dopey, but the company decided to delete all of his lines preferring a mute sidekick performance though he has 3 hiccups in the film, all voiced by Mel Blanc.

Great detail with the fur and claws.

Fantasia (1940)He is featured in the “Night on Bald Mountain” sequence. In an interview, Walt Disney referred to him as Satan himself.

The wings, if better than Furry Friends, will be phenomenal. My only gripe is the shading and lines are a bit understated for such an evil creature.

Pinocchio (1940)He takes Pinocchio to Pleasure Island. He was voiced by Charles Judels, who also voiced Stromboli.

The shading on the face really accentuates his evil villain side.

picture from Vinylmation Kingdom


Beauty and the Beast (1991)The detail in the face is grate, although the turned head gives it an over sized look. I hope the colors are as vibrant as they appear. The animal heads on the ears are a brilliant use of the mold.
picture from Vinylmation Kingdom


Judge Frollo
Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)Frollo’s hat could be one of the best accessories to date.
picture from Vinylmation Kingdom


Madame Medusa
The Rescuers (1977)The artist did this one just right, using the hair to frame the face. Again, the colors in this set appear to be very vibrant.
picture from Vinylmation Kingdom


Queen of Hearts
Alice in Wonderland (1951)Another Queen of Hearts, but done very differently than Thomas Scott’s version. I welcome different artist’s approaches. The turned face allows the artist to use the ears for the crown and hair.
picture from Vinylmation Kingdom


The Great Mouse Detective (1986)Looks like a great job on the detail on the face. But like Gaston, appears to have an over sized look. A cape would be the real topper, but it doesn’t appear to have one.


Si / Am
Lady and the Tramp (1955)One cat drawn on each side. Perfect. As much as this character freaks me out, it looks well done on each side representing the 2 cats personalities and appearances. I like the double-sided approach as opposed to the two cats intertwined on the front like on the Japan ETO.
picture from Vinylmation Kingdom


Peter Pan (1953)Smee’s face just fits well on this mold with the cheeks bulging out a bit and being narrow on top and growing outward toward the chin.
picture from Vinylmation Kingdom


Tick Tock
Peter Pan (1953)I really enjoy the character selection here. Not an easy animal to fit on the mold, it looks like the artist pulled it off. The clock painted on the side is a huge bonus that takes the design to a whole new level.
picture of chaser from Rust This World


Mystery ChaserClick image to see chaser

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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.