Since 1999, one of the most fun thing for Disney fans to collect has been trading pins. Some 21 years later, the fun is still going on. Disney is releasing more pins than ever before, especially since this is Disneyland's 65th anniversary. The pins we're going to highlight for this edition of Disney Sundays are the Disney Parks 2020 pins that feature Disney characters at Disney Park landmarks. These pins are part of a larger 2020 set, but we're going to focus on just the Disney Parks Dated 2020 pins, which are park exclusive pins.
- Mickey and Minnie Mouse at Cinderella Castle – Mickey and Minnie stand in front of Cinderella's castle and look at each other while fireworks explode in the background. The words “Walt Disney World” are at the bottom.
- Mickey and Minnie Mouse at Sleeping Beauty's Castle – This is similar to the pin above, except Mickey and Minnie are in front of Sleeping Beauty's castle. The words “Disneyland Resort” are at the bottom.
- Mickey Mouse and Friends Spinner Pin – Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy spin around Sleeping Beauty's castle.
- Russell at Pixar Pal-A-Round – Russell from Pixar's “Up” stands in front of the Pal-A-Round Ferris Wheel in Disney's California Adventure. He holds balloons that say “2020”. The words “Disneyland Resort” are at the bottom.
- Russell at Tree of Life – This pin is similar to the previous pin, featuring Russell in front of Animal Kingdom's Tree of Life. Fireworks are exploding in the background. The words “Walt Disney World” are at the bottom.
- Sorcerer Mickey Mouse at Matterhorn – Sorcerer Mickey gestures in front of the Matterhorn while fireworks explode in the background. The words “Disneyland Resort” are at the bottom.
- Sorcerer Mickey at Spaceship Earth – This is similar to the previous pin, except Mickey is in front of EPCOT's Spaceship Earth. The words “Walt Disney World” are at the bottom.
- Stitch at Cathay Circle – Stitch is holding three ice cream bars in front of Cathay Circle. The words “Disneyland Resort” are at the bottom.
- Stitch at Hollywood Tower Hotel – This pin is similar to the pin above, except he is in front of the Hollywood Tower Hotel in Disneyland's Hollywood Studios. The words “Walt Disney World” are at the bottom.
One of the rarest Star Wars toys, a Boba Fett action figure prototype with working missile-launching jetpack, has been listed on eBay for $225,000. It was intended to be released in 1979 by Kenner, but was deemed a choking hazard. As a result, a version without the missile-launcher was released. Only 80 of the original 100 prototypes remain. The last one sold for a mind-blowing $185,850.