Beast Kingdom’s D-Stage product line gives popular characters a diorama stage to bring more life to your figure collection without taking up additional space. There is a lot of details poured into each of these 7 inch scale figures. Our friends at Beast Kingdom sent over some D-Stage samples for us to showcase on the blog.
Today we will be taking a look at Beast Kingdom’s D-Stage figure from the 1940 Disney animated classic, Pinocchio.
All Beast Kingdom D-Stage figures come in clear plastic boxes which prominently displays all sides except for the back of the figure. You could display this figure in box if you really wanted to, but my recommendation would be to take it out of the box to enjoy all of the details.
The little wooden boy is accompanied on this diorama figure by his conscience, Jiminy Cricket, Figaro, and Cleo. You can also see Pinocchio’s school books on the table, and a wooden duck that Geppetto carved.
On the back of Beast Kingdom’s D-Stage figures, you can find extra characters or hidden details. You can see more of Figaro on the back. There are also some really nice fish and seahorse carvings on the bottom of Cleo’s fish bowl as well as on the wooden table that the bowl rests on.
Each Beast Kingdom D-Stage figure has a title plaque on the base of the figure.
Where to Buy?
Beast Kingdom’s Pinocchio D-Stage (DS-058) retails for $33.99 and can be purchased directly from Entertainment Earth at the link below:
Order: Beast Kingdom Pinocchio D-Stage (DS-058) (Entertainment Earth)
The Pinocchio D-Stage figure is a very detailed and colorful diorama figure from a classic Disney animated film. The sculpt reminds me of the “Give a Little Whistle” scene where Jiminy Cricket sings to Pinocchio to allows let your conscience be your guide. If you are a Pinocchio fan, definitely add this one to your collection.
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