Earlier last January, we reported that a new LEGO theme will be released this June following the debut of Unikitty’s TV series over at Cartoon Network. This time around, the titular unicorn/slash posh kitten will now have a Collectible Minifigure Series of her own, as announced during this year’s Nuremberg Toy Fair. Thanks to Zusammengebaut, who has been covering the event of Germany’s grandest toy fair, we now have a firsthand account that LEGO has indeed confirmed the availability of the LEGO Unikitty Collectible Minifigure series (41775).
This just came through as I was packing up to leave for the day, so I will just post the image.
It seems that we’re now getting our first look at the much awaited LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series 18. Jason already described at length each of these awesome minifigures, revealing that they are all part of a costume party-themed set commemorating the 40th anniversary of the iconic LEGO minifig. This time, Serbian toy shop Dexy Co Kids have shared what seems to be our first images of the much hyped CMF Series 18 minifigures, particularly those of Red Suit Brick Guy, Blue Suit Brick Girl, Orange Balloon LEGO fan boy, and Cowboy Suit Guy. As it is, these minifigures perfectly matches those that we described before. Take a look.
The rumor mill is running again, and this time with more intel on this year’s LEGO Harry Potter sets. A couple of weeks ago, we reported that five LEGO Harry Potter sets (3 for HP and 2 for Fantastic Beasts, to be more accurate) will be released as part of its summer wave of offerings this August. On top of that, it was also said that these sets will be accompanied by an official LEGO Harry Potter Collectible Minifigure series, which will also be released during the same time period. Thanks to word from some reliable sources over at Eurobricks, we now have a tentative list of possible Harry Potter characters that made their way as part of LEGO’s next CMF series. Here’s what we know so far.
The year 2018 has a few milestone celebrations across multiple subjects and genres, but here’s one for LEGO enthusiasts that they’ll really dig. It concerns the 40th anniversary of one of the innovations developed by LEGO to further enhance the brick-construction experience: minifigures. Yes, LEGO-people are now four decades old.