Funko has unveiled the first Funko Pop! vinyl figure from the new Disney Villains themed Villains Assemble Deluxe series.
Hot Topic Pop! Disney Villains Assemble Deluxe figures.
Since the early days of Walt Disney, villains have been a huge part of the success of any Disney production. Some villains are even more popular than the main protagonists, and the list of Disney villain characters has grown over the years.
The Disney villain characters, who appear in Disney productions and merchandise, are also often grouped together as part of the official Disney Villains franchise. A Disney marketing franchise, similar to that of the Disney Princesses and Disney Fairies.
In its more than 90-year history, Disney has brought to life more than 127 different villains from movies, sequels, television, video games, books, and even the Disney theme parks. While many different evil characters and enemies have been created, not all of them are official members of the Disney Villains franchise.
The “official” Disney villains are divided into Primary Members and Minor Members, with the Primary Members most often seen in most current Disney Villains related merchandise, live events, attractions, etc.
Some of Disney’s most famous and beloved villains are Evil Queen (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs), Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty), Cruella De Vil (One Hundred and One Dalmatians) and Captain Hook (Peter Pan).
The new Funko Pop! vinyl Disney Villains Assemble Deluxe series is a Hot Topic Exclusive, featuring six unique Funko Pop! vinyl Deluxe figures, depicting various scenes from Disney movies. The Funko Pop! Deluxe figures can be linked together to form a new larger scene.
The Funko Pop! Disney Villains Assemble Deluxe series is part of the Pop! Disney Villains collection, a separate line within the Pop! Disney series. The first Pop! vinyl Deluxe figure in the series is from Hades with Pain & Panic, the popular Disney Villains from the movie Hercules.
Click here for the complete collection and guide of Funko Pop! vinyl Disney Villains figures.