Pin! You a fan of Disney? You’ve probably got at least one pin from the House of Mouse. Be it a Mickey pin or one from your favorite ride; I’d bet there is one rattling around in a drawer somewhere in your home. I don’t blame you. I love pins, too.
Thanks to Entertainment Earth, you can now express your pin fanaticism with some iconography from Disney+’s Loki series. The collectible slinging website currently takes pre-orders for four exclusive pins based on the God of Mischief’s adventures with the Tim Variance Authority.
One set consists of the Time Variance Authority logo and Miss Minutes pins.
The Loki Time Variance Authority and Miss Minutes Pin 2-Pack – Entertainment Earth Exclusive features two enamel pins inspired by the Disney+ series Loki. They feature the Time Variance Authority and the entertaining (but not always amusing to Loki) Miss Minutes. Each pin measures approximately 1 1/2-inches tall
The other set features a President Loki Button and Alligator Loki.
Out of his brother’s shadow and adventuring across time following the events of Avengers: Endgame, the God of Mischief encounters variant versions of himself that include Presidential Loki and Alligator Loki – and here they are! This Loki Button and Alligator Loki Pin 2-Pack – Entertainment Earth Exclusive presents a fun Presidential Loki button and an Alligator Loki pin inspired by the Marvel Disney+ series Loki and measuring about 3-inches tall.
Pre-orders are open now, and each set has a shipping date listed as July 2021. Given that there are only just over two weeks left in the month, if you want them, you’d better get them now.
What other iconography or characters from the new Disney+ series need representation in button form? Owen Wilson’s face? Tom Hiddleston’s smirk? Let us know in the comments.
[Source: Entertainment Earth]
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