SHOP: Disney Princess Funkos Feature “Ralph Breaks The Internet” Looks
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Just days after ShopDisney released a line of clothing based on the Disney princesses as seen in “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” Funko announced their modern look will be honored with a Rock Candy line of figures.
The Funkos show the princesses in the same outfits they’re seen wearing during the sleepover scene in the “Ralph Breaks the Internet” trailer, while also referencing each princesses’ original story.
Mulan is seen wearing cuffed jeans and sneakers while holding a sword and Moana, who is holding an oar, is seen in shorts and a tank top.
Jasmine holds on to her magic lamp while rocking capris and a tank top while Belle, dressed in yellow, has her nose buried in a book.
The Ariel Funko, the only figure not holding an object, is practicing her singing while Rapunzel is struggling to contain her long hair underneath her pink hoodie. Tiana, meanwhile, is holding Prince Naveen in the palm of her hand.
Several of the princesses in the new Rock Candy line will be limited edition or available only at certain stores.
Snow White, who holds an apple in her hand while wearing her poison apple T-shirt, is a Specialty Series exclusive figure. Specialty Series figures are only available at certain boutique, specialty and comic book shops as well as from select online stores.
Elsa, holding snowflakes in the palm of her hand, and Anna, who is eating a sandwich, will both be available exclusively at Target stores.
The Aurora figure, wearing her “Nap Queen” pjs and holding a cup of coffee, will only be available as a Funko Shop limited edition exclusive.
Missing from the new line of figures are Cinderella, Merida and Pocahontas. Interestingly, Cinderella and Pocahontas were also among the princesses left out of ShopDisney’s new merchandise line.
No release date for the new line of Funkos has been announced, but they will likely hit shelves around the November 21 release date for “Ralph Breaks the Internet.”