From the Rumor Mill: LEGO 100 Years of Disney Collectible Minifigures (71038) May Include 18 Characters

Disney will mark its 100th anniversary this 2023 and LEGO is sharing in the festivities by launching several LEGO Disney tie-in sets. And this included the much-anticipated LEGO 100 Years of Disney Collectible Minifigures (71038).

While the recently released LEGO CMF Series 24 (71037) still enjoys a lot of attention, LEGO fans and completionists are now setting their eyes on the next series expected to be released in May. And rumors have it that 18 unforgettable Disney characters will grace the upcoming LEGO 100 Years of Disney Collectible Minifigures. According to the Back 2 Brick podcast as reported by Promobricks, this upcoming series will feature the following Disney characters in their minifigure versions.

Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (from classic Disney shorts)


Pinocchio with a fish bowl (from Pinocchio, 1940)


Jiminy Cricket with Umbrella (from Pinocchio, 1940)


Sorcerer Mickey with Bucket and Mop (from Fantasia, 1940)


Princess Tiana with printed 2×3 tile (from Princess and the Frog, 2009)


Dr. Facilier with printed 1×2 tile and walking stick (from Princess and the Frog, 2009)


Queen of Hearts (from Alice in Wonderland, 1951)


Princess Aurora with owl figure (from Sleeping Beauty, 1959)


Mulan with Cri-Kee (from Mulan, 1998 )


Ernesto de la Cruz with Guitar (from Coco, 2017)


Miguel Rivera with Guitar and Dante the dog (from Coco, 2017)


Pocahontas with 1×1 round tile with compass print (from Pocahontas, 1995)


Cruella de Vil with Dalmatian (from 101 Dalmatians, 1961)


Robin Hood with Bow (from Robin Hood, 1973)


Prince John with Bag (from Robin Hood, 1973)


Stitch with four arms and ray guns (from Lilo and Stitch, 2002)


Baymax with red hoverboard (from Big Hero Six, 2014)


Evil Queen with Magic Mirror (from Snow White, 1937)


This is a very impressive list if I may say since it’s not an easy feat to select which characters will get the LEGO minifigure treatment. Though I was hoping as well to see an official Snow White minifigure thrown in in this series, considering that LEGO has already released the classic Disney Princess’ Duplo and minidoll iterations.

The four-armed Stitch is number 1 on my list being a fan of Experiment 626 myself. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit is probably next considering the influence of the iconic animated character on Disney’s later characters.

So what do you think of this rumored LEGO 100 Years of Disney Collectible Minifigures? Do you think there are other characters that should have been included? Let me know in the comments below.

With more information from the Brickfinder.

Check This Out: LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 24 Box Distribution Confirmed

We’re just counting the days before we see the launch of LEGO’s next CMF series. The LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 24 (71037) is scheduled to be released on the 1st day of January – and if you’re like many of us who are eagerly waiting for this next series of collectible minifigs, then you’re most likely thinking about how to bag all 12 characters from this exciting series.

And thanks to YouTuber MiniSuperHeroesToday, we can now have a hint on how to complete Series 24 in one go – that is if we are fortunate enough to stumble upon a newly opened box at any LEGO store come January 1st. He did an excellent review of these minifigs while giving us an idea of how you can get a complete set of 12 characters, or simply start with your fave minifigure.

Image courtesy of MiniSuperHeroesToday (via YouTube)

Regarding their box distribution, the LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series 24 and all of its 12 characters are confirmed to be equally distributed. Each character has 3 copies, giving it a total of 36 minifigures in one box. This is excellent news since grabbing a box guarantees that you exactly get 3 sets from the get-go.

LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 24
Image courtesy of MiniSuperHeroesToday (via YouTube)

What is also interesting is that they will most likely follow a certain pattern of box distribution like previous CMFs. MiniSuperHeroesToday was also kind enough to write it down for our reference. For clarity, I reproduced his list using the table below. Just bear in mind the proper orientation in determining the minifigures’ positions.

Image courtesy of MiniSuperHeroesToday (via YouTube)

Back Side of the Box

Position Left  Right 
18 Rococo Aristocrat Rococo Aristocrat
17 Rockin’ Horse Rider Rockin’ Horse Rider
16 Football Referee Rockin’ Horse Rider
15 Potter Rococo Aristocrat
14 Football Referee Football Referee
13 Potter Potter
12 Carrot Mascot T-Rex Costume Fan
11 Newspaper Kid Orc
10 Carrot Mascot T-Rex Costume Fan
9 Newspaper Kid Orc
8 Carrot Mascot T-Rex Costume Fan
7 Newspaper Kid Orc
6 Brown Astronaut and Spacebaby Robot Warrior
5 Conservationist Falconer
4 Brown Astronaut and Spacebaby Robot Warrior
3 Conservationist Falconer
2 Brown Astronaut and Spacebaby Falconer
1 Conservationist Robot Warrior

Front Facing Side  of the Box 

This is a great tip. Just be sure to feel your way towards each blind bag for good measure as well. Thanks once again to  MiniSuperHeroesToday for sharing this invaluable information.

What is your first pick for this series? Mine is the Brown Astronaut and Spacebaby right off the bat. Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Everything Has to Go for 25% Off in this Early Black Friday Deal at The Brick Show Shop!

Heads up brick fans! Our official storefront, The Brick Show Shop, is now running an Early Black Friday where everything (I mean absolutely everything) is for sale at 25% off. This storewide discount applies to everything that you see in our store: from custom LEGO vending machines to LEGO collectible minifigures. This super-saver deal also applies to other non-LEGO collectible items as well.

The 25% discount will be reflected on your shopping cart upon checkout. You have to be quick though because this super saver deal will run for a limited time only. This is a great way to kick off this year’s Early Black Friday deals if you’re hunting for custom LEGO accessories to spice up your MOC.  Be sure not to miss out on these great savings on custom floor and wallpaper tiles, custom LEGO candy pack series, arcade sets, and more.

While you’re at it, you might also want to join in tonight’s Whatnot auction with Stephen where you can get $10 worth of credits to spend (for first-time members) during our TBS auction tonight at 9 PM EST for a chance to win an uber valuable LEGO Star Wars Death Star 10188 from 2008.

Here’s Our Pick of the Best Halloween-Themed LEGO Collectible Minifigures Around

Halloween is just around the corner! And if you’re still figuring out how to come up with those LEGO-themed spooky decors, then why not come up with the best Halloween-themed LEGO minifigure costume party instead?

Over the years, we’ve seen some of the craziest and most endearing LEGO minifigures around. From Disney characters to Harry Potter mainstays, LEGO simply doesn’t run out of ideas. But I have to say that for the best part of their minifigs, the costumed LEGO Collectible Minifigures are still the loveliest of the bunch in my opinion.

Best Halloween-Themed LEGO

In the spirit of this wickedly fun season, let’s take a look at some of the best Halloween-themed LEGO Collectible Minifigures around. Arguably, there are plenty of CMF characters that LEGO came out with that added some spooky fun during this time of the year – just consider the LEGO CMF Series 14 Monsters (71010) for example. But still, there are those that stand out and are indeed worth mentioning.

Here’s a rundown of my personal favorites in no particular order. And in case you’re interested, you may find these minifigs for sale over at our official storefront – The Brick Show Shop. We’re currently running a Buy One Get One (BOGO) promo where you can get your second minifigure at 50% off. It’s certainly a great way to gather those collectible minifigures that you are raring to have. Just click on these links and see more details about these LEGO collectibles.

Jack Skellington

From LEGO Collectible Minifigures Disney Series 2 (71024) released in 2019


From LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 2 (8684) released in 2010

Sally Skellington

From LEGO Collectible Minifigures Disney Series 2 (71024) released in 2019

Skeleton Guy

From LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 14 (71010) released in 2015

Cute Little Devil

From LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 16 (71010) released in 2016

Wolf Guy

From LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 14 (71010) released in 2015


From LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 1 (8683) released in 2010

The Monster

From LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 4 (8804) released in 2011

Wacky Witch

From LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 14 (71010) released in 2015


From LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series 2 (8684) released in 2010

Vampire Bat

From LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series 8 (8833) released in 2012


From LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series 4 (8804) released in 2011


Drop us a comment below if you think there are other LEGO CMF characters that should make it to this list. And don’t forget to browse the rest of the minifigures that are up for grabs at our Brick Show Shop.

LEGO Sweeps Five Category Nominations for Second 2022 TOTY Awards

Many awards ceremonies follow the standard of holding themselves on an annual basis. This is reasonable considering that trends change year after year, and companies on average roll out different new products annually. But sometimes, there can be so many products worthy of nominations in a year for certain awards. In that case, why not hold more than one ceremony annually? That’s precisely what the Toy of the Year (TOTY) Awards has done this 2022. There was one earlier this year, and a second awards program this month. As expected, LEGO has its own nominations, and won in multiple categories.

According to The Brick Fan, the second 2022 Toy of the Year Awards was held Tuesday, September 20. In this edition, LEGO secured nominations to five toy categories and won every single time. True, this is less than the nominations for the earlier 2022 Awards (that had eight). But who can say anything bad about a nomination sweep? Congratulations to LEGO for their triumph. We can probably count on the winning products to get a sales bump going into the Holiday season. Let’s review them:

Collectible of the Year

The Muppets CMF (71033)

Construction Toy of the Year

LEGO Marvel I Am Groot (76217)

Grown-Up Toy of the Year

Ideas The Office (21336)

Playset Toy of the Year

Super Mario Adventures with Peach Starter Course (71403)

Vehicle Toy of the Year

Technic McLaren Formula 1 Race Car (42141)

In the earlier TOTY Awards 2022, LEGO won these same categories plus Preschool Toy, Specialty Toy and STEAM Toy. We can’t help but wonder if Toy of the Year will make this twice-a-year awarding schedule their new norm. If so, LEGO has twice the opportunities annually to impress the global toy community.

September 2022 LEGO Set Launch Recap

With September 2022 rolling in this past Thursday, another wave of new sets from LEGO have been launched. Fitting for ushering in the last few months before the Holiday season, several advent calendars became available September 1. According to further details from Brickset, LEGO Marvel also debuted multiple entries this time with more buildable figure sets. The big guns among the new releases would be the newest LEGO Ideas set and Harry Potter’s Hogwarts Express (76405). On the tinier end, LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 23 became available as well. We can be sure the Holiday-themed products will only increase as 2022 winds down. But for now, let’s summarize the launches:

Advent Calendars 2022
Harry Potter

ICYMI: LEGO Minifigures Series 23 (71034) Arriving This September!

This year’s LEGO Con has officially revealed plenty of exciting sets to watch out for in the 2nd half of 2022 including the highly anticipated LEGO Minifigures Series 23 (71034).

LEGO Minifigures Series 23

More like being a teaser, LEGO gave us a glimpse on the design process on how a collectible minifigure is designed and made, together with a hands-on reveal of some of the colorful characters included in the upcoming CMF Series 23.  Watch the reveal below.

Take a closer look at the following images of all the 12 characters in this series.

Cardboard Robot

LEGO Minifigures Series 23

Ferry Captain

LEGO Minifigures Series 23

Reindeer Costume

Green Dragon Costume

Wolf Costume

Popcorn Costume

LEGO Minifigures Series 23

Turkey Costume

Christmas Elf

Knight of the Yellow Castle



Sugar Fairy

And true to its word, LEGO has also updated its home shopping portal to include a listing of the LEGO Minifigure Series 23 (71034).  There is no pre-order option to date, but you can certainly expect these funky costumed characters to be available starting September 1. Check out the series’ official product description below. You may click on the affiliate link if you wish to add this to your LEGO wishlist. Which is your favorite Series 23 character? Mine will have to be the Cardboard Robot, Ferry Captain, and Popcorn Costume. Let me know what you think in the comments below.

LEGO Minifigures Series 23 (71034)

Coming soon on September 1, 2022

Delight a child or Minifigures fan with these LEGO® Minifigures Series 23 (71034) blind bags for ages 5+. This unique series features a great lineup of fun characters to collect and display or to take independent or group play in unexpected new directions.

Inspiring collection of fun LEGO Minifigures

Children and adult fans get to say “Hi!” to a limited-edition range of imaginative characters, including Nutcracker, Sugar Fairy, Green Dragon Costume, Snowman, Reindeer Costume, Holiday Elf, Turkey Costume, Cardboard Robot, Popcorn Costume, Wolf Costume, Ferry Captain and Knight of the Yellow Castle.


Each finely crafted, highly detailed LEGO minifigure comes in a sealed ‘mystery’ bag and includes a collector’s information leaflet, making a great little gift that will put a smile on anyone’s face.

  • Unexpected characters – Encourage endless play with these fun LEGO® Minifigures Series 23 (71034) bags. A creative surprise treat for kids and minifigure fans of any age
  • Collectible fun in a bag – 1 of 12 buildable characters to discover, plus a collector’s leaflet. A fun addition to any collection

And in case you missed out on some of the previous LEGO CMF series, The Brickshow Shop LEGO Collectible Minifigures is running a sale on some of the most sought after LEGO minifigs around including those from earlier CMF series, Disney, Marvel, and the Muppets.

LEGO Con 2022: Collectible Minifigure Series 23 (71034) Coming September

We’re still on that LEGO Con 2022 reveal review. Already we’ve taken a look at several major set releases from last weekend. Perhaps it’s time we shone the spotlight on the small stuff: multiple, little-humanoid small stuff. Indeed, LEGO Con also unveiled the latest batch of collectible minifigures. They’re all-original LEGO characters following the May launch of The Muppets (71033). As confirmed by The Brick Fan, minifigure collectors can look forward to CF Series 23 (71034) months from now. Like other batches, this series consists of 12 minifigures. And per usual with LEGO’s CF Series, these minifigs are far out.

Looking at the official product listing on you’ll find only 3 of the 12 minifigures revealed. Luckily the LEGO Con page features the fully-visible ensemble of Collectible Minifigures Series 23 (71034). From robot girls to turkey costumes to nutcrackers and sugar-plum fairies, LEGO’s giving us their quirkiest minifig ensemble yet. Expect these guys to be available in their polybags (usual price) starting in December.

LEGO CF Series 23 (71034)

Age 5+ | 12 minifigures total | $4.99 per polybag | Coming September 1



Each finely crafted, highly detailed LEGO minifigure comes in a sealed ‘mystery’ bag and includes a collector’s information leaflet, making a great little gift that will put a smile on anyone’s face.

  • Unexpected characters – Encourage endless play with these fun LEGO® Minifigures Series 23 (71034) bags. A creative surprise treat for kids and minifigure fans of any age
  • Collectible fun in a bag – 1 of 12 buildable characters to discover, plus a collector’s leaflet. A fun addition to any collection

Its All LEGO Marvel Superheroes In Today’s @whatnotcollectibles Raffle!

LEGO Marvel fans will find our next whatnotcollectibles online auction and raffle pretty exciting. After our fun and successful auction of several LEGO Star Wars Minifigures Mystery Packs a couple of days ago, we’re back with another enticing offer that you don’t want to miss. Because at 11:30 AM EST today, Stephen will host this weekend’s TBS whatnot stream and will raffle another $100 LEGO minifig in the likes of the LEGO Marvel Superheroes Spider-Man from 2004.

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Last Wednesday, one lucky winner managed to bag a rare LEGO Star Wars Kashyyyk Trooper from 2005’s Clone Turbo Tank (7261) set. And for today’s raffle, Stephen will be raffling away a unique, 2004 Spider-Man minifigure valued at $100. LEGO and Spider-Man fans will immediately recognize this particular minifigure as part of the LEGO tie-in sets that were released together with 2004’s Spider-Man 2 starring Tobey Maguire.

Check Out These Cool Custom LEGO Marvel Minifigures from The Brick Show Shop!

Aside from this rare opportunity to win a LEGO Spider-Man minifigure, Stephen will also be auctioning the now-retired LEGO Marvel Superheroes Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition (76105) from 2018. If you missed out on this collectible LEGO set when it was released 4 years ago, then now is the perfect time to try your luck and have it added to your collection.

Join Today’s WhatNotCollectibles Auction Right Here!

Similar to previous auctions, we will also be giving several custom LEGO sets from Build Better Bricks and The Brick Show Shop so you don’t want to miss out on that as well. To join in today’s auction be sure to click the following invite link and we will give you $10 worth of credit that you can use to spend during the live auction. Remember to join us again later at 11:30 AM EST. See you!

LEGO Muppets Minifigures (71033) Now Available at TBS Shop

The month of May is still not over and it looks like the latest LEGO CMF series is having a huge following already. So much so that stocks for the LEGO Muppets Minifigures have proven to be quite elusive, even over at

As you may already know, this latest series of Collectible Minifigures from LEGO pays tribute to Jim Henson’s Muppet Show, with 12 characters from the hit 70s TV show finally given the LEGO CMF treatment. Those who grew up in the late 70s and 80s surely understand the nostalgic value that these characters have, and is a great way to celebrate the life and legacy of their creator, Jim Henson.  And coupled with another similarly inspired set in the form of the LEGO Ideas 123 Sesame Street, these collectibles certainly bring back fond childhood memories.

Check Out The LEGO Muppets Minifigures Over at The Brick Show Shop

In case you’re looking forward to bringing home these latest LEGO Muppets Minifigures (71033), then here’s your chance to get them without taking your chances feeling your way through each blind bag. The Brick Show Shop now offers these latest CMF series unsealed so you can choose which minifig you specifically want. You may click on the following links below to see more about each LEGO Muppets character. Please take note that because of the relatively high demand for these collectible minifigures, you might see an out-of-stock message for some of them. But be rest assured that we’re replenishing them as fast as you can say “hi-ho!”


LEGO Muppets


The Swedish Chef


Rowlf the Dog

LEGO Muppets




LEGO Muppets


Dr. Bunsen Honeydew


Fozzy Bear

LEGO Muppets


Miss Piggy



LEGO Muppets




LEGO Muppets

Kermit the Frog

Remember to subscribe to The Brick Show Shop to get real-time stocks alert once these minifigures are available once again. And in case you’re interested, TBS Shop also lists some of the most recent, and even hard-to-find LEGO Collectible Minifigures that you may have missed previously. Be sure to browse our store and see which one you need to add to complete your collection.