Though unlike many of Funko’s Mystery Minis, the Disney Heroes Vs Villains Mystery Minis will all be distributed evenly, giving you a one in twelve chance of getting Captain Hook, Ursula, or Jafar.
Belle has a bit of a problem. After running away from the goofy gad Gaston, she discovers that her father in missing in the woods where the infamous Beast dwells. Bravely, she sets out to free her dad, eventually making a deal to trade places with him in the monster’s lair. From there, it’s a battle of wits as each combatant tries to win over the other. Without true love, the Beast - who was formerly an arrogant prince - will remain that way forever. Without an understanding of her captor’s motives, Belle may stay imprisoned indefinitely. The journey, and her defense of him, sparks a sensational and sentimental finale.
" (both in J.M. Barrie's original story and the Disney version) features a number of endearing personalities. There's the eccentric dog Nana, the bitchy fairy Tinker Bell, and the wicked yet equally wussy Captain Hook. The main character, Peter Pan himself, is probably the most endearing of all. The whole premise of a boy never growing up leads to a somewhat complex character (being simultaneously good and bad), and Disney's Peter fulfills this as he is both a hero being there for his friends yet also immature thanks to being stuck in boyhood for all time. Top this off with great animation, and you've got Peter Pan, a truly great Disney hero." - Joe (Wonderlicious)