PHOTOS: Even More Halloween Magnets Materialize at D-Tech on Demand in the Magic Kingdom

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We can’t get enough of our favorite villains at this time of year and we’re always excited for new merchandise featuring them. While checking out the D-Tech on Demand kiosk at the Tomorrowland Light & Power Co., we discovered that even more new customizable magnets have materialized.

The magnets are $14.99 each, and can be customized with a name for $5 more. They compliment the latest Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party magnets and phone cases that were added to this D-Tech on Demand kiosk a month ago.

“Just One Bite” Evil Queen Magnet – $14.99

"Just One Bite" Evil Queen Magnet - $14.99

This deep purple magnet is reminiscent of the Evil Queen’s purple outfit. Surrounded by a spiderweb frame and topped with a crown, the Evil Queen can be seen in this silhouette in the middle with her phrase, “Just One Bite” underneath. Right below that features the face of the Magic Mirror, sure to tell you if you’re the fairest of them all. Three poison apples can be seen in this magnet as well.

Witch of the Sea Ursula Magnet – $14.99

Witch of the Sea Ursula Magnet - $14.99

This purple magnet is perfect for fans of the sea witch. Ursula can be seen with her tentacles surrounding her framed silhouette, and her magic shell necklace highlighted in the middle. The shells also adorn the sides of the magnet as well, while King Triton’s trident makes up the top and bottom.

Will you be stopping by the Tomorrowland Light & Power Co. to make these new villainous magnets? Let us know in the comments!

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Megan Bresnan

Megan has fallen in love with the magic since the age of four and has been unable to leave the most magical place on earth! Having completed three college programs and visiting the parks many times growing up, she's proud to call Walt Disney World her second home.

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