Just a few minutes after the party-themed LEGO CMF Series 18 was put on display at the 2018 New York Toy Fair, LEGO has finally released official images of this LEGO 40th minifig anniversary series. Officially revealed via its social media sites, we now have these images of each the minifigs of Series 18. I simply need all of them: end of my commentary. Which one is your favorite?
We now have our first image of LEGO’s 4oth Anniversary Collectible Minifigures (Series 18) live at this year’s New York Toy Fair. After the reveal of the costume party-themed CMF series last month, it’s nice to see them up close. LEGO CMF Series 18 includes:
Just in time before the gates of the New York Toy Fair opens on Saturday, LEGO has opted to reveal the full line-up of cast for its LEGO Powerpuff Girls sets. Yesterday, we had an official word from LEGO about the rumored return of the girls in minifigure forms. Frankly, this doesn’t come as a surprise since we already saw how the superpowered girls from Townsville looked like as part of the now discontinued LEGO Dimensions sets. What comes as a nice surprise is the inclusion of what most of us have been waiting for: the most adorable evil primate of all: Mojo Jojo!
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 2018 London Toy Fair is ready to kick-off this Tuesday, and as much as many are excited to see what is hot and what is not among various toy companies and exhibitors, it is quite sad to know that LEGO has shied away from attending this year’s London Toy Fair as we reported a few days ago. Whether due to its underwhelming fiscal year, or as a way of keeping a tight lid on the recent waves of 2018 summer set leaks, LEGO has decidedly written off London from its list of annual 2018 toy exhibits.