First there was Dance Star Mickey.
Donny Osmond introduces Dance Star Mickey to the world back in February 2010 at the American International Toy Fair. Photo by Nancy Stadler
Then came Rock Star
Gustaf Farwell plays along with Rock Star Mickey as this new interactive plaything makes his debut at the 2011 International Toy Fair. Photo by Monika Graff / UPI
Now there is Master Moves Mickey
, the latest version of the popular
mouse that is one part original Disney plush, one part music and one part
dancer. In his latest incarnation,
Mickey takes his music and moves to a whole new level.
David Arquette challenges Master Moves Mickey to a dance-off at the Disney ChannelShowcase, which was held this February in New York as part of the 2012 edition ofthe International Toy Fair. Photo by Nancy Stadler
Master Moves Mickey, affectionately known by his friends as
M3, features 15 ultra-cool break dancing moves including the Windmill, the
"Mouska" Mix, the Spin Cycle, the Insane Handstand and the Ham Sandwich. Each Mickey move is accompanied by original
tracks and funky beats that will likely get children of all ages movin' and
While no pixie dust is required, a simple push of Mickey's
nose finds the "leader of the club" springing into action for a fun,
collaborative dance session complete with eight different songs ranging in
style from rap, hip-hop and pop.
A trio of Master Move Mickeys takes to Times Square to show a street dance crew howit's done. Copyright Disney Enterprises, Inc. All rights reserved
Fisher Price, a subsidiary of Mattel, and Disney are dancing
M3 into retailers like Target, Toys"R"Us and Walmart this month and he is also
available online at Amazon.com. And if the popularity of the previous Dance Star and Rock Star
Mickey is any indication, M3 is likely to be a big seller during the upcoming
Additional information about this new interactive toy can be found at
Ok, I think I'm going to stop visiting this site. There's just been way too long a stretch without any actual news being reported.
Agreed. We come here for news and insider info, not press releases.
Top Story!!?? I think not.
Plus: "And if the popularity of the previous Dance Star and Rock Star Mickey is any indication, M3 is likely to be a big seller during the upcoming holiday season. "
Those items were hogging the toy shelves at Holiday time with plenty to go around and the Rock Star Mickey is still on the shelves. They cant get rid of them. Tickle me Elmo was like 10 years ago. time to move in.
This is amazing, original, and current with what the kids like. In 1985.