Review: Disney Treasures Tiny Town Box (Funko)

Well, here it is: the third box from the inaugural year of Funko’s Disney Treasures subscription service. This round’s theme is Tiny Town, and includes some of smaller Disney favorites. Check out my unboxing video below and the join me below for some more coverage.

First up, here are close up pics of the “it’s a small world” Dorbz Ride.

Featuring Dorbz from Holland and Mexico, this Dorbz Ride has a counterpart that will be a Disney Parks exclusive, which will feature Dorba from Africa and Asia.

Being a big fan of the Disney Parks, I really enjoy and appreciate this Dorbz Ride.

Next up, the flying Tinkerbell Pop! Vinyl.

Number 295 in the Disney line of Pop! Vinyls, this Tinkerbell flies off the ground using a beautifully detailed base…. that’s glittered!

This month’s Mini with Tin? Jiminy Cricket from Pinocchio’s Daring Journey.

Tin showing scenes from Geppetto’s Workshop, which appears at the end of the ride.

And the (almost to scale) Jiminy Cricket Mini.

This month’s patch features Dot from A Bug’s Life and the pin features Gus Gus from Cinderella.

Overall, I feel this is another strong showing from Funko in regards to Disney Treasures, especially after last time’s Festival of Friends being okay, but not great. Really looking forward to October’s Haunted Forest, where it’s already been revealed that Maleficent as a dragon will be the Pop!… and it’s being hinted that The Haunted Mansion will be featured. Yay!

Want to become a Disney Treasures subscriber? You can join over at Funko’s website.

Did you get the Disney Treasures box? What are your thoughts? Let us know below.



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Living in the NYC area, Travis has grown up loving a multitude of things, from Disney to Broadway to the fine arts… and beyond. He is the Press Reporter for such events like the NY Toy Fair and New York Comic Con. Additionally, he is also an amateur puppeteer, toy collector, avid movie goer, and carries his camera around wherever he goes.

One comment

  • Sean J

    I was somewhat disappointed by the box, mostly because I just bought an old Tinkerbell pop earlier this year to go with my Peter Pan and Smee.

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