My case of Funko Disney Mystery Minis finally arrived and, like any good nerd would, I dove right into the box and began freeing those tiny characters from the blind boxes.
In case you aren’t familiar with the Funko Disney Mystery Minis, there is a great review over at popvinyls.com.
The top layer wasn’t the most exciting 12 boxes I’ve ever opened, as I really didn’t pull any “hard to find” characters. My wife opened just one of the boxes and did pull the Maleficent (1/72) shown in the bottom right of the package below. The thing that really got me was the duplicates. Four pairs of duplicates came out of the top layer alone.
The bottom layer turned out a little better, as I pulled a 1/144 Jack Skellington and a 1/72 Mike Wazowski. Again, I had four sets of duplicates, but with the Jack and Mike I pulled, I really can’t complain.
Rounding Out the Collection
Thanks to a few individual blind box purchases from Bedrock City Comics, here in Houston, my collection is starting to shape up (as you can see below) but I won’t rest until I pull, purchase or trade for a 1/144 Sulley. Thanks to eBay and the Facebook page Funko Trading by PopVinyls.com, I should be able to pick up what I need. They only trick now will be finding someone who is willing to give up a 1/144 Sulley. I don’t think I’ve even seen a picture of one yet (that someone actually pulled from a box).
Are you Funko Funatic? Have you been collecting the Disney Mystery Minis? If so, and you’re looking to trade, just leave a comment below.