Disney Minifigure Review: Part 4

Hello and welcome to my review of the Disney minifigures! I have been doing this review in parts so if you missed Part 1, 2 or 3, click on these links: Part 1 ,  Part 2 & Part 3. So far this has been a great series and today I will be reviewing Mr Incredible, Captain Hook and Peter Pan. For prices and other details, check out my other reviews. Read more about today’s great minifigures below…

Today I will start with Mr Incredible! His hairpiece is kind of weird, but suits his character really well. The Incredibles logo looks great and his torso could be used to make your own custom minifigures of the rest of the Incredibles. He also comes with a 2×2 tile that looks like it’s meant to be a poster of him in his original blue costume. It says DOING OUR PART! at the top, and I took a close up photo of it separately; which I will upload soon….

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If you want this character and you want to know what it feels like inside the bag, here’s a tip: It will feel very similar to Syndrome, and the only way to tell them apart is the hair. Mr Incredible’s hairpiece is very thin, however, Syndrome’s hair is very thick.

Next up, Peter Pan! His moulded hair/hat piece is great! His character looks a lot like how it does in the actual film, which is great. He comes with two short golden swords and the printing on his torso and legs look great! They continue nicely and the printing completes his awesome outfit!

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If you want this character and you want to know what it feels like inside the bag, here’s a tip: Feel for the swords and the hairpiece. The hairpiece also feels a lot like Syndrome’s, so use the swords to identify it as Peter Pan.

Finally for today, we have Captain Hook! His face doesn’t look that good in my opinion as Captain Hook has a very iconically shaped head and a standard minifigure head doesn’t look that right. His hat looks great and matches how it looks in the movie. One of his hands is moulded into a hook shape and the printing continues well between the torso and the legs of the minifigure. His sword looks like a golden foil (fencing sword) and his hair looks great! I think overall this is a cool minifigure despite his face.

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If you want this character and you want to know what it feels like inside the bag, here’s a tip: He has a very bulky hat, so try and feel for that. If you are unsure, feel for the sword and hook too.

Thanks for reading, check back soon for my next review as soon as I get my next batch of Disney minifigures. Remember to like, share and comment! Bye for now 🙂 

 

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