Petite Raya and Sisu Gift Set | Source: Jakks Pacific/the Toy Insider

Though Disney‘s Raya and the Last Dragon is set to premiere this Friday, new toys have already hit the shelves — including the Petite Raya and Sisu Gift Set from Jakks Pacific.

Based on the main character from the film, the 6-inch Raya doll sports her warrior-esque outfit complete with a removable, velcro cape. Her pants and leather boots are also removable, in case she needs an outfit change for the next adventure. Raya’s hair is soft, stylable, and brushable for kids to pin up or fix into a warrior braid as she flies atop her dragon friend Sisu. The Raya doll is poseable, making it easy for kids to show off her fighting stance or make her hold onto Sisu’s back as they embark on their adventures.

Petite Raya and Sisu Gift Set | Source: Jakks Pacific

The Sisu figure is uniquely eye-catching with its gradient hues of purple and blue. When kids press a button on the figure, the dragon’s whole body illuminates with white, green, blue, and purple LED lights to mimic Sisu’s magical powers in the film. There are two color-pattern settings: The “T” option lights Sisu up from chest to tail with a transition of green and purple while the tail flashes, and the “O” option illuminates Sisu’s tail and chest one at a time. The gift set includes three button-cell and alkaline batteries to power the lights in Sisu’s body.

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Like Raya, Sisu has bendable limbs to imitate her movie counterpart as kids role play to make them fly around the lands of Kumandra. The tip of Sisu’s tail is soft and flexible to help kids “steer” her through the air while journeying with Raya.

The Petite Raya and Sisu Gift Set is perfect for young warriors ages 3 and up to physically recreate their favorite scenes from the Disney movie. Or, better yet, they can create their own mystical adventures with Raya and Sisu in the land of their living rooms!

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Ria Malatesta

Ria Malatesta

Ria Malatesta is an editorial intern at Adventure Publishing Group. When she’s not writing for the Toy Book, the Toy Insider, or the Pop Insider, she’s scouring Marvel fandom pages and patiently awaiting new episodes of Attack on Titan. She can also be found doodling in the margins of a notebook, cheffing it up in the kitchen, or settling down with a good horror movie marathon.