Thursday, December 4, 2014

Sasaki Time Holiday Guide - Disney - Toys, Books and More!!!

Here are some of my favorite Disney related items for this Holiday Season!

Every Tim Burton fan needs this awesome Nightmare Before Christmas book written and illustrated by Tim himself!

One of my favorite things to collect is the outstanding art of books from the various Disney animated films. Here is the Art of big Hero 6 book!

Mary Blair is a name that we all know and love. She shaped the look of Disney animation for years. Any Disney animation fan needs this book.

Marc Davis is another loved name by Disney fans for not only his work on classic animated films and characters but also for the artwork he created for iconic attractions in Disneyland such as Pirates and Mansion.

Disney introduced a series of anniversary audio collections called the Legacy Collection featuring special audio that was not included in the original release. The first one was for The Lion King.

Another great set in this Legacy Collection is The Little Mermaid disc with demos and work tapes.

My next favorite disc in the Legacy Collection is the disc for Mary Poppins. It is the most expensive of all the sets but you get an extra disc with demos and snippets from the now famous meetings.

Here is the soundtrack to Disney's Into The Woods that opens on Christmas Day. I have already seen it and loved it! Into The Woods is one of my favorite musicals and to see it fully realized with effects and sets that you can only get with a movie, it was truly magical!

One of my favorite items that I bought in Disneyland this year is this set of Disneyland trash can salt and pepper shakers. There are four trash cans from Adventureland, Fantasyland, Frontierland and Tomorrowland!

If you aren't playing Disney Infinity then this is the Collector's Edition set you need to fully jump into the game! This is the Disney Infinity 2.0 Marvel Super Heroes Collector's Edition!

My new favorite character as 2014 comes to a close is Baymax! Here is the Armor-Up Baymax Action Figure!

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