Posted by Geoff November 23, 2009

I blogged a while back about Japanese store NEIGHBORHOOD's collab with Disney although the only clue was a back image of the Big Bad Wolf. Well now it's official - to celebrate the store's 15th anniversary it will work with Disney on an apparel collection and these figures. Both Mickey and Big Bad Wolf come in colour and montone versions...that, however, is where the good news ends. These pieces will retail for ¥15,800, or about $175 through NEIGHBORHOOD Flagship locations. Ouch...thanks, but no thanks.

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