Review: Funko Disney Treasures’ Year One Gift

For today’s review, I take a look at the special gift that Pioneer (Year One) members of Funko’s Disney Treasures subscription service got recently. While Disney Treasures has been shifted from a subscription service to a supposed bi-monthly box being sold at Hot Topic locations starting in July of this year, Funko still kept to their word and sent out a gift box for the Pioneers after Year One completed. I was on the fence about this box when I first saw spoilers, but once I got it in my hands, I will say that Funko did a great job. Let’s check out the contents.

In true Funko subscription box year-end gifts fashion, the main gift was a metallic statue. For Disney Treasures, we got a silver Steamboat Willie happily sailing his steamer down the river.

I know he is whistling, but is kind of looks like he is sucking on a pacifier. Maybe it’s just me.

In addition, we got a Mickey Mouse Mini in a tin, to match the Minnie Mouse one that we got in the Ever After Castle theme box earlier this year. My Mickey is very top-heavy and cannot stand on his own free will… so here is just a pic of him with his tin. The tins is an exact match for Minnie’s. and features their houses located at Toon Town in Disneyland.

I am really glad we got this version of Mickey, as Minnie was quite a cute sculpt, but I like them better as a pair. Now to dig out my Minnie one from storage to display them together.


Overall, while the first year of Disney Treasures had its’ ups and downs, Funko did a great job in this gift for the Pioneers. Granted, I am still hoping for a few things that was promised to be done throughout the first year (like the completer patch for Year One or the additional “it’s a small world” Dorbz Ridez coming to the parks). However, as a whole, I applaud Funko for the work they did on Disney Treasures while it was one of their subscription services.

If you were a Year One Pioneer and got this gift box, I would love to hear your thoughts below on not just it, but what you felt of the service as a whole. You can sound off in the comments 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.

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