Julie Young, developer for open and limited edition pins, shared details behind the open edition Mickey Mouse as Tron pin.
“I like having Mickey Mouse play different roles for the pins I create,” said Julie. “I wanted the line work on his suit to glow in the dark. Unfortunately, I learned that the blue color featured on the pin doesn’t have a glow in the dark option.”
However, she did make some pins from the “TRON: Legacy” limited release mystery set glow. There are 20 different pins in this set – 10 that are full color and 10 chaser pins created in a different base metal color.
Steven Miller, opted not to show those “chaser” pins on the Disney Parks Blog “as it would defeat the purpose of the game.”
The image above is a boxed pin set coming to the Sci-Fi Academy event on June 24, 2011, at Disneyland Resort. Steve Miller says “The packaging is incredible and the identity disks…well, they are nice!”
From Steven Miller, Merchandise Communications Manager, Disney Parks Blog
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