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We've been waiting all week for this great moment! These are our 2005 Sega Simba & Nala all the way from Japan! They are both amazing dolls to own, NWTs! Simba & Nala both measure 7 inches in length and Simba is 7 inches in height but Nala is 6 inches tall. This would technically be the third Sega Simba in our collection. This new one looks most similar to this one: [link] Though his eyes are a different shade, different fur texture, different colored noses & insides of their ears.
There will be a separate picture posted with all three of the Sega Japan Simba plushes. Some very cool things about Nala are her cheeks & flower. The flower design is very pretty & unique. And she has a light shade of pink on both of her cheeks for blush marks LOL. Some of our most favorites in our collection - Weezy&Shady
I have been telling myself for months that I need to take a photograph of my entire Lion King collection, and today, I finally found the time to do it.
This was not an easy picture to take. Positioning all of my Lion King plushies so that they could fit into a single photograph was quite a task--I almost gave up a few times. But I was persistent, and I think the outcome is as good a picture as I'll be able to get of all them together.
I tried to make every plushie as visible as possible in the photo, but despite my efforts, I know that some of them are, unfortunately, a bit difficult to see. Even so, I hope you all like the photograph!
My Lion King collection is constantly growing...In fact, I have a few more Lion King plushies that should be arriving in the mail this month. I'll take individual pictures of those after I receive them.
Hello Kovu! These are all my Kovus I own as of right now. I'm very proud to own so many since Kovu is my favorite character from the Lion King series. Weezy has many of the matching Kiaras but we hope to get them all someday. Each of these Kovus have their own collage thru out our Lion King Collection folder so if anyone's interested to see more of one, let us know (we can link you). - Shady
Some of the other Lion King figures in my collection Check out my gallery to see more interesting and unique Lion King and other toys and plushies. Consider adding me to your watch list. I add new stuff all the time.
This new Scar action figure is part of the new Lion King toy collection exclusive to Walmart for the 2011 re-release. Also included in the box is a small figure of cub Simba. This Scar is similar to the Scar action figure made by Mattel back in 1994, with the exception that this one does not have an operable mouth. Only the front paws move the button is pushed on the back of Scar's mane. I like the original 1994 Mattel version of this toy better, both in how it looked and both the mouth and the paws were operable.
My collection of Kösen plush dogs and wild canids. For size reference the mother grey wolf in the lower photo is lifesized and is a part of their Studio Plush Collection. She is 49" long with thick fur, claw and pad detail on her paws, and amber eyes. The top photo is an assortment of Kösen's smaller plush canines with the lying arctic wolf in the front being about 14 inches (35.5 cm) long.
Acquired: Various Company: Kösen Year Produced: Unknown Country of origin: Germany Size: Various
This is the new adult Simba action figure with cub Simba as part of the new Lion King toy collection exclusive to Walmart for the 2011 re-release. This adult Simba is similar to the adult Simba figure made by Mattel back in 1994, with the exception that this one does not have an operable mouth. Only the front paws move the button is pushed on the back of Simba's mane. I like the original 1994 Mattel version of this toy better, both in how it looked and both the mouth and the paws were operable.
THE LION KING Collectable figures by Mattel Mufasa and baby Simba
This Mufasa and cub Simba figure is part of one of Mattel's Lion King toy lines from back in 1994. This is the U.S. version of the packaging, the international version, looks identical except for having "The Lion King" in multiple languages in the sun graphic.