I’m back (sorry for the long wait in between reviews, I have been really busy!) and welcome to Part 3 of my Disney series minifigure review! Today I will be reviewing three more minifigures from this epic series: Alien , Stitch and Syndrome. If you haven’t already read Part 1 and Part 2 of my review, please click here and here. Once again, they cost £2.49 each and are in blind bags.
I will start off with Stitch, my favourite minifigure from the entire series and also one of my favourite Disney characters ever! He is portrayed brilliantly in minifigure form with his moulded head. He doesn’t come with any accessories although I don’t think he needs any. The printing looks great and I think his little tail, tiny claws and tufts of hair make him look super cute!
If you want this character and you want to know what it feels like inside the bag, here’s a tip: Do not mistake Chesire Cat’s short legs, tufty fur and tail for Stitch, although they feel quite similar. The way to tell them apart is that Stitch has two ears, and if you can only feel one, more squidgy, ear shaped piece, it is more likely to be Chesire Cat’s tail.
Next up, we have another of my all time favourite Disney characters, Alien from Toy Story! If I remember right, hundreds of these cute little guys were in “the claaaaaaaw!” at Pizza Planet and that logo is represented perfectly with this printing. His mouth is moulded into the perfect “ooooooooooooh!” shape. And he is very cute! He has short legs, like Stitch and Chesire Cat and the printing continues onto them to represent his little boots. He is definitely near the top of my favourite minifigures list!
If you want this character and you want to know what it feels like inside the bag, here’s a tip: As I previously mentioned, he has short legs and a moulded head like Stitch and Chesire Cat, so he’s going to be pretty hard to tell apart, however feel for a bag that has no pieces that feel like the ears of Stitch, then it’s likely to be him.
And finally for this review, Syndrome from The Incredibles. His hair piece is fantastic and represents his character from the movie really well. He comes with with what looks like a blueprint of one of his inventions from the film (I haven’t watched it recently!) and a plain black cape. His face isn’t instantly recognizable as Syndrome in my opinion, but this is an OK minifigure.
If you want this character and you want to know what it feels like inside the bag, here’s a tip: Feel for his hairpiece and a 2×2 tile. If you can feel both of those, its likely to be him.
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