Dutch online store Van Der Meulen has posted two new LEGO Disney sets that are both quite interesting. Though listed as 4+ sets, I’m sure that most LEGO minifigure collectors will grab copies of these once they are made available this summer. These LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends sets feature an entirely new pair of Mickey and Minnie minifigs, plus some exciting characters as well.
These new LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends set also include Goofy and Pluto in their minifigure versions. If you recall, Goofy first arrive in LEGO minifig form when he was exclusively added in 2019’s D2C (direct-to-consumer) set, the app-powered LEGO Disney Train and Station (71044). The set was understandably pricey given that it is a functional train set. And if you missed out on that one, LEGO Disney minifigure collectors will certainly appreciate what LEGO did here by adding Goofy in a typical LEGO set. Additionally, the inclusion of an updated version of Pluto as a LEGO minifigure is long overdue, with the loyal sidekick first having a minifigure of his own more than 20 years ago in sets such as Mickey’s Car Garage (4166) and Mickey’s Mansion (4167). Though I must say that I prefer the previous, more classic version of Pluto than that of the upcoming one. The previous version seems to be more streamlined and closer to Pluto’s actual animated version. Additionally, Mickey and Minnie also look cute in their firefighter costumes.
LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends Fire Truck and Station (10776)
144 pieces | 49.99 Euro | Minifigures include Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, and Goofy
And lastly, this next set brings the Disney couple into space with the LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse’s and Minnie Mouse’s Space Rocket (10774) set. Another 4+ set, this offering features a recolored version of their minifigure heads that resembles an astronaut’s headgear. Their torso also comes in new astronaut uniform prints, equipped with space exploring accessories.
LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse’s and Minnie Mouse’s Space Rocket (10774)
88 pieces | 19.99 Euro | Minifigures include Mickey and Minnie in their astronaut uniforms
UPDATE: This particular set is not yet listed over at Van Der Meulen, but was spotted by Brick Fanatics over at LEGO’s customer service portal for online building instructions. The listing seems to be taken down already, but with quick LEGO fans getting a snapshot of what it has to offer. Special thanks also to Stone Wars for the additional info.
Another 4+ set is also on its way that features both Donald Duck Mickey Mouse in one collectible building set. Other than these new minifig renditions, collectors will be happy to know that this set also offers our very first sheep figure which is more likely a single-brick version of the farm animal. The set also features a buildable tractor, farmhouse, fences, cart, and a collection of barn animals such as a horse, rabbit, and chicken.
In a similar vein, the girls are having their R&R time over at the beach, chilling out with their very own ice cream shop. The LEGO Disney Minnie Mouse’s Ice Cream Shop (10773) features new minifigure versions of Daisy Duck and Minnie Mouse befitting of a summer getaway. The set also comes with a buildable converter, an ice cream shop, and a beach lounge chair with an umbrella.
Last on our list is a set that brings Mickey flying in the sky. The LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse’s Propeller Plane (10772) features a pilot version of Mickey Mouse complete with a new goggles minifigure head print, and an aviation jacket printed torso.
LEGO Disney Mickey and Donald Farm (10775)
118 pieces | 29.99 Euro | Minifigures include Donald Duck and Minnie Mouse
LEGO Disney Minnie Mouse’s Ice Cream Shop (10773)
100 pieces | 19.99 Euro | Minifigures include Daisy Duck and Minnie Mouse
LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse’s Propeller Plane (10772)
59 pieces | 9.99 Euro | Includes a minifigure pilot version of Mickey Mouse
All in all, this next wave of LEGO Disney sets is sure to catch the eyes of the discerning LEGO minifigure collector despite its 4+ branding. These sets are not yet listed on LEGO’s home shopping portal but same as before, I’ll keep this post updated once more information comes in. Stay tuned!