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Stitch 626 (Lilo Et Stitch)

Stitch in his true form

Among other impressive abilities, Stitch has the ability to partially change his appearance. So when he wants to pretend he is a dog, he makes two of his arms disappear as well as the kind of antennas on his head. But in his original form he has four arms and two antennas and that’s how Funko has represented him on this figure. He is also wearing the orange prisoner’s outfit that he has during his interrupted transfer to the prison planet. In three of his arms, he holds the yellow and orange pistols he stole from his guards before escaping. On the head, this figure is particularly expressive. He has of course the usual black eyes of the pop figures but he also has his big black nose as well as his eyebrows and his mouth which give him this angry look. Finally, Funko has of course added his two big ears as well as the antennas on top of his head.


A funny genetic experiment

Stitch is one of the main characters of the animated cartoon Lilo and Stitch from Disney Studios. It is one of the last Disney cartoons made in traditional animation. On an unknown planet, an alien scientist appears in court for having done genetic manipulation to create a particularly strong, intelligent and very nasty creature despite its plush appearance. The scientist is sent to prison and the creature banished to a penal planet but on the way there, the creature manages to escape and takes a small ship that crashes on Earth in Hawaii. Once on Earth, he is hit by a truck and, mistaken for a dog, taken to a shelter. There he meets Lilo, a little girl living with her older sister, who wants to adopt a dog. Realizing that people have been sent after him to get him back, he does everything he can to get adopted by the little girl to use as a shield. At first, Stitch will make mistake after mistake in this family that struggles to live since the death of their parents, but with Lilo’s efforts, Stitch will finally start to get attached to her.


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