LEGO Celebrates 100 Years of Disney with the LEGO BrickHeadz Disney 100th Celebration (40622) Set

This year marks the 100th year founding anniversary of the largest entertainment company in the world. And to celebrate the occasion, LEGO has just revealed its next brick tribute in the form of the LEGO BrickHeadz Disney 100th Celebration (40622) set.

Featuring brick renditions of the four most iconic characters in the history of Disney, each of them represents a particular milestone in the life of the company. We have the very first official LEGO version of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit touted to be Walt Disney’s first original character; the great mouse himself, Mickey, being Disney’s first animated character; Snow White as one of the original Disney Princesses and the first to have a featured film; and Tinker Bell as the company’s first Disneyland mascot.

The LEGO BrickHeadz Disney 100th Celebration (40622) joins the roster of other Disney-inspired sets for 2023 and is scheduled to be released next month. Read on for its full product description and you may click on the following affiliate link for more information.

LEGO BrickHeadz Disney 100th Celebration (40622)

501 pieces | $39.99

Help kids aged 10+ celebrate Disney with this LEGO® BrickHeadz™ | Disney 100th Celebration (40622) set, featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (Disney’s first character), Mickey Mouse (the first ever animated character), Snow White (the star of Disney’s first feature film), and Tinker Bell – the first Disneyland® mascot. Assemble the models, set them on their individual baseplates and display them anywhere. Snow White’s torso includes a decoration. The set makes a fun, collectible gift for Disney fans.


Author: Albert Balanza

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2 thoughts on “LEGO Celebrates 100 Years of Disney with the LEGO BrickHeadz Disney 100th Celebration (40622) Set”

    1. I guess you might say it has a unique niche, similar to Funko’s bobbleheads. LEGO BrickHeadz can capture a certain portion of pop culture, and give it a unique LEGO twist.

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