Super7 reveals Disney Ultimates collectible figures
Super7, the pop-culture collectibles, toys, and apparel designer, has teamed up with Disney for a new brand partnership — starting with the release of three Disney Ultimates figures.
This first launch of Disney Ultimates features deeply detailed takes on three classic characters: Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey Mouse, Pinocchio, and Prince John from “Robin Hood.”
Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey Mouse
From the animated classic “Fantasia” comes this iteration of Mickey Mouse. He is “super poseable” and features three interchangeable expressive heads, interchangeable hands, two water buckets, an animated broom, axe, and the Sorcerer’s giant spellbook. The Ultimates Sorcerer’s Apprentice is also dressed in a velvet-soft wizard robe with a real rope-tied waistband.
Straight from one of the wildest and darkest animated features ever, this Pinocchio is a super poseable action figure with three interchangeable heads that show his growing nose, interchangeable hands, Jiminy Cricket, a school book, axe, apple, Cleo’s fishbowl, Figaro the Cat, and a fabric vest with gold trim.
One of the most iconic cartoon villains, this Prince John Ultimates super poseable action figure is perfect for “Robin Hood” fans. It features three interchangeable heads, interchangeable hands with and without his rings, two versions of his assistant Sir Hiss, a vanity mirror, and a plush velvet robe with fur trim.
Each of these characters are now up for preorder, and can be purchased either individually at $45 or in a set for $135 now through Sept. 5.
Super7 teases that this is just the first of many releases to come from their brand collaboration with Disney, saying,
Once again, we’re thrilled that Disney has given us this rare opportunity to bring our point of view to characters and experiences that helped define our own childhood. We hope you like them—and we can wait to show you what else we’re making from our favorite Disney moments from film, TV, and Parks.Super7
You can preorder your Disney Ultimates figures here.