New on shopDisney (9/18/18): 5 Mickey Mouse Pop! Vinyl Funko to Celebrate Mickey’s 90th Anniversary

in Collectibles, Disney, Merchandise

Mickey Mouse Pop!

shopDisney has a massive selection of Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, and Disney Parks merchandise and new items appear every day. We’ve collected a few of the hottest things that just arrived at the shopDisney store and these 5 Mickey Mouse Pop! Vinyl figures from Funko are here to commemorate Mickey’s 90th anniversary with his most iconic roles.

1. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice Pop! Vinyl Figure

Mickey Mouse Pop!

One of Mickey’s most memorable roles is immortalized for this Sorcerer’s Apprentice Pop! Vinyl ($12.95). Inspired by Walt Disney’s “Fantasia” (1940), the fully sculpted figure depicts Apprentice Mickey toting two overflowing buckets of water.

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2. The Brave Little Tailor Pop! Vinyl Figure

Mickey Mouse Pop!

Mickey is tasked with taking on a giant in Walt Disney’s “The Brave Little Tailor” (1938), which inspired this adorable Pop! Vinyl ($12.95). The fully sculpted figure shows Mickey as the Brave Little Tailor, dressed for the Middle Ages and leaning confidently on his scissors.

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3. Symphony Hour Pop! Vinyl Figure

Mickey Mouse Pop!

Mickey conducts the orchestra for this Pop! Vinyl figure ($12.95) inspired by Walt Disney’s “Symphony Hour” (1942). In the film, the concert is full of mishaps but Conductor Mickey looks calm and collected for this fully sculpted collectible figure.

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4. Mickey’s Fire Brigade Pop! Vinyl Figure

Mickey Mouse Pop!

Mickey is ready to save the day with this Fire Brigade Pop! Vinyl ($12.95). Inspired by Walt Disney’s “Mickey’s Fire Brigade” (1935), the fully sculpted figure goes back to Mickey’s black-and-white days and depicts the mouse as a struggling firefighter.

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5. Steamboat Willie Pop! Vinyl Figure 

Mickey Mouse Pop!

Celebrate Mickey’s very first role with this Steamboat Willie Pop! Vinyl ($12.95). Inspired by Mickey’s 1928 debut, this fully sculpted figure depicts Mickey steering the steamboat in black and white tones. It’s the perfect nod to the film that brought us our favorite mouse.

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