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2015 Funko Inside Out Mystery Minis

2015 Funko Inside Out Mystery Minis

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The 2015 Funko Inside Out Mystery Minis are some of the most emotional toys ever produced. While they don't cry like those creepy dolls on the Toys 'R' Us shelves or whimper like those annoying Tamagotchi things, most of the characters are based on human emotions.

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The lineup has 12 figures covering seven characters from the Pixar animated feature. The general idea of the movie is that it makes characters out of our basic emotions, tracking what happens in our heads. Joy, Anger, Sadness and Disgust each have two figures while Fear has just one. The list is rounded out by two figures of the elephant-like Bing Bong and one for Rainbow Unicorn.

Hot Topic has three exclusive figures in addition to the regular assortment. Joy has a variation where she's in a wagon. There's also two Conscience figures, one has a mustache and the other doesn't.

Each of the 2015 Funko Inside Out Mystery Minis is packaged in a blind box style. That means they remain hidden until the box is opened and the bag inside is torn.

Cases come with 12 figures.

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2015 Funko Inside Out Mystery Minis Checklist

Anger - flame head
Anger - flat head
Bing Bong - hat off
Bing Bong - hat on
Conscience - mustache (Hot Topic)
Conscience - no mustache (Hot Topic)
Disgust - arms crossed
Disgust - arm out
Joy - arms spread
Joy - with memory ball
Joy - wagon (Hot Topic)
Rainbow Unicorn
Sadness - laying down
Sadness - standing


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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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