In a thrilling reveal just days ago, LEGO Marvel fans will be happy to know that this next wave of LEGO CMF is now up and listed over at LEGO’s home shopping portal. As expected, the spotlight is now on the eagerly awaited LEGO Minifigures Marvel Series 2 (71039), which takes center stage on LEGO.com. This enchanting sequel to the highly successful LEGO Marvel CMF Series 1 (71031), the LEGO Minifigures Marvel Series 2, has proudly debuted on the virtual aisles of LEGO, firmly establishing its presence in the hearts of aficionados and collectors. Let’s take a quick look at what we can expect from these and of course a whole range of official images as well.
LEGO Minifigures Marvel Series 2 – Marveling at These MCU-Inspired Collectibles
This latest LEGO Minifigures Marvel Series 2 boasts an impressive set of 12 LEGO minifigures that highlights some of the exciting series of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The upcoming X-Men ’97 series on Disney+ promises a fresh wave of characters, and the LEGO Minifigures Marvel Series 2 rises to the occasion. Included in Series 2 are legendary mutants like Storm, Beast, and Wolverine, this assortment pays a fitting tribute to the reboot of the classic X-Men animated series.
But that’s not all – this exceptional collection also features beloved characters from other popular streaming sensations, including Moon Knight, She-Hulk, and Hawkeye. The seamless fusion of these diverse MCU personalities within one great CMF collection speaks volumes already.
Unveiling a New Packaging with the LEGO Minifigures Marvel Series 2
I understand that this may not be such good news for ardent collectors, but it looks like LEGO is truly intent to reduce its use of plastics. And unfortunately, we’ll need to eventually say goodbye to that all-too-familiar (and fun) feeler-friendy blind bags. The LEGO Minifigures Marvel Series 2 is the first to introduce a new blind-box cardboard packaging, making it virtually impossible to feel your way to what’s inside. Though this novel packaging concept adds an element of surprise and intrigue, it will definitely cause frustration to most LEGO CMF collectors.
Mark Your Calendar: Availability and Pricing for the LEGO Minifigures Marvel Series 2 (71039)
Get ready to mark your calendars, as September 1 marks the eagerly awaited release date for this exceptional minifigure ensemble. LEGO Marvel fans can grab these 12 remarkable minifigures for $4.99 each. As I’ve mentioned it is literally impossible to know what’s inside these blind boxes if you will consider them individually. But I will update this post once more info comes in that might provide us with the usual clues to know what’s inside – such as their pre-defined placement inside their large sealed boxes.
Check Out These High-Resolution Images
Take a closer look at the 12 characters included in this wave of LEGO Minifigures Marvel Series 2 and let me know which one is at the top of your list.
While you’re at it, you can also read their official product description as seen at LEGO.com. Be sure to check back with LEGO on September 1 or better still, add this new collection to your LEGO wishlist.
Werewolf by Night
Marvel fans and kids aged 5+ can recreate action scenes with this incredible set of LEGO® Marvel Minifigures (71039) blind boxes. This eagerly anticipated sequel to the popular Series 1 features iconic characters from some of Marvel Studio’s most beloved Disney+ shows and can be collected, displayed, or used to enjoy gripping role-play.
Open the blind box for a surprise!
Little builders will be excited to discover which Marvel character is in their sealed, sustainable box. The collection features 12 unique characters: Agatha Harkness, Kate Bishop, Hawkeye, Moon Knight, Mr. Knight, She-Hulk, The Werewolf, Goliath, Storm, Beast, Wolverine and Echo.
Best gifts for Marvel fans
All 12 highly detailed LEGO minifigure Marvel characters come with at least 1 authentic accessory. This is the perfect way to treat a LEGO fan and quickly provide them with lots of play possibilities.
- Surprise characters – Kids can dive into the exciting world of Marvel Studios with these LEGO® Minifigures Marvel Series 2 (71039) characters. There is a surprise minifigure in every blind box
- Collectible Marvel heroes – Marvel fans can build their collections with 1 of 12 characters from iconic Disney+ shows in every box
- Highly detailed accessories – Each character is accompanied by at least 1 authentic accessory and a collector’s leaflet
- Role-play action – These highly detailed Marvel minifigures let kids aged 5+ play out famous scenes or create their own action-packed stories
- Gifts for Marvel fans – These durable LEGO® minifigures can be given to kids aged 5+ and adults as an unexpected treat to expand their collections
- High quality – For more than 6 decades, LEGO® building pieces have been made to ensure they are consistent, compatible and work every time
- Always in safe hands – LEGO® building pieces meet stringent global safety standards
LEGO has just unveiled its upcoming LEGO Marvel Studios Minifigures Series 2. A highly anticipated follow-up to the resounding success of its predecessor (LEGO Marvel CMF Series 1 71031) back in 2021.
The LEGO Marvel Studios Minifigures Series 2 71039 Pays Tribute to the Most Exciting MCU Series
This new Collectible Minifigure Series offers 12 new characters mainly inspired by Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe. The LEGO Marvel Studios Minifigures Series 2 is a must-have if you’re keeping tabs on all the LEGO minifigures released in honor of the MCU.
September 1st marks the release of the LEGO Marvel Studios Minifigures Series 2 as these sought-after minifigures grace the scene. While LEGO seems to stick with its usual CMF at $4.99, this series arrives with a touch of novelty – a new cardboard packaging. Though I admire LEGO’s determination to reduce its plastics, I have to say that I am not a fan of this new packaging. And if this is how LEGO intends to package its future CMFs moving forward, then I guess we’ll have to say goodbye to our feel-your-way days at our local LEGO Stores. There’s literally no telling what you’ll get. Unless LEGO gives us a hint, particularly on how they are placed inside larger boxes.
But in any case, here’s what we can expect to be included in this new LEGO Marvel Studios Minifigures Series 2.
- Agatha Harkness
- Moon Knight
- Mr. Knight
- Werewolf by Night
- Kate Bishop
While all eyes are on this incredible series, we’re still on the lookout for those high-resolution images. It’s safe to say that LEGO.com will sure be updated soon, so be sure to keep on the lookout for this. I’ll update this post once more official images of the LEGO Marvel Studios Minifigures Series 2 are uploaded.
Which is your personal favorite? Let me know in the comments below.
LEGO has officially revealed its upcoming collectible minifigure craze to the delight of all LEGO and Disney fans worldwide. Now that official images are already rolling out, we can now have a close look at the LEGO Collectible Minifigures Disney 100 (71038) before their release date starting May 1, 2023.
Thanks to a tweet by LEGO Masters Judge and designer Matthew Ashton, we can now better appreciate what’s in store in this latest CMF series.
They’ll be appearing in stores near you very soon!
— Matthew Ashton (@matthew__ashton) March 1, 2023
Similarly, Brickset has updated its database to include ultrafine images of each of the series’ 18 characters. Check these out.
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Queen of Hearts
Ernesto de la Cruz
Cruella de Vil
Experiment 626 Stitch
A close look at the LEGO Collectible Minifigures Disney 100 (71038) series shows the many new LEGO pieces introduced in these minifigures. At the top of my list is Stitch’s new double-arm mold. I love how LEGO created a new face print for my favorite blue alien. Ernesto de la Cruz’s black-and-white color scheme and the impressive, intricate design on his costume, guitar, and Mexican sombrero truly stand out.
Each CMF blind bag is expected to retail for $5 across all LEGO brand stores and LEGO.com beginning May 1, 2023. Which is at the top of your list in this latest LEGO CMF Disney series? Let us know in the comments below.
After an image of the package insert of the latest LEGO CMF series went viral last week, LEGO has finally let the cat out of the bag and has officially unveiled the LEGO Collectible Minifigures Disney 100 (71038). This highly-anticipated CMF series is slated to be released on May 1, 2023, and is currently listed at LEGO.com
This latest series consists of 18 iconic Disney characters that appeal to Disney fans of all ages, beginning with one of the very first animated characters introduced by Walt Disney and his team of animators back in 1927. It’s not an easy feat for LEGO and Disney to select which character will make it to the cut of this LEGO Collectible Minifigures Disney 100 series, but I’m glad how the final lineup turned out eventually.
Check out the details and product description of this latest CMF series, which will retail for $5 online and in-store.
Kids aged 5+ can recreate their favorite film moments with these LEGO® Minifigures Disney 100 (71038) blind bags. New for May 2023, these popular and iconic animated characters from the past century can be collected, proudly displayed or used for exciting imaginative play.
An amazing parade of film stars!
Disney fans will be thrilled to revel in nostalgia and collect this fantastic array of iconic film characters: Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey, Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket, The Queen, Stitch 626, Pocahontas, Cruella de Vil & Dalmatian puppy, Miguel & Dante, Ernesto de la Cruz, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Robin Hood, Prince John, Tiana, Dr. Facilier, Queen of Hearts, Mulan, Aurora and Baymax.
The perfect treat for LEGO fans!
All 18 LEGO minifigure Disney characters come in a sealed mystery bag and are accompanied by at least 1 cool accessory and a collector’s information leaflet. This is the perfect treat to inspire kids’ imaginations and give them lots of play value.
Fellow LEGO fan site and insider Promobricks have just gotten a hold of what seems to be an early copy of the package insert (checklist) of the LEGO Disney Collectible Minifigure Series 3 (71038). If you remember earlier this January, it was reported that this latest CMF series will include not just 12, but 18 new Disney characters given the LEGO minifigure treatment.
And just in time with Disney’s 100th-year celebration, this upcoming CMF craze will launch this May, alongside other LEGO Disney sets that mark the occasion. Thanks to Promobricks, we can now have an early look at what we can expect from this series. Take a look at the series’ package insert below.
Right off the bat, this newer version of Stitch is a must-have for me, together with that Magician Mickey from Fantasia. In case you need to know, here are the names of these new LEGO Disney Collectible Minifigures Series 3 characters.
Top Row (from left to right)
- Oswald the Funny Rabbit with new head mold, dual-molded legs and printed 1×2 tile (predecessor to 1927 Mickey Mouse)
- Pinocchio with new head mold and printed fishbowl (Pinocchio, 1940)
- Jiminy Cricket with Parasol (Pinocchio, 1940)
- Magician Mickey with new head mold, with bucket and mop (Fantasia, 1940)
- Princess Tiana with 2×3 printed tile, crown, and frog (The Princess and the Frog, 2009)
- Dr. Facilier with printed 1×2 tile and walking stick (The Princess and the Frog, 2009)
Middle Row (from left to right)
- Queen of Hearts with wide skirt, crown, and scepter of hearts (Alice in Wonderland, 1951)
- Princess Aurora with crown and owl (The Sleeping Beauty, 1959)
- Mulan with sword and the cricket, Cri-Kee printed on what seems to be a 1×1 brick (Mulan, 1998)
- Ernesto de la Cruz with guitar (Coco, 2017)
- Miguel with guitar and dog Dante (Coco, 2017)
- Pocahontas with 1×1 round tile with compass print and leaves (Pocahontas, 1995)
Bottom Row (from left to right)
- Cruella de Vil with cape and dalmatian figure (101 Dalmatians, 1961)
- Robin Hood with new head mold and bow (Robin Hood, 1973)
- Prince John with a new head mold, sack, and coin (Robin Hood, 1973)
- Stitch with four arms and two ray guns (Lilo & Stitch, 2002)
- Baymax with big arms and red hoverboard (Big Hero 6, 2014)
- Evil Queen with cape and magic mirror (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 1937)
As pointed out by Promobricks, it’s interesting to note the absence of an official Snow White minifigure in this series given that we already have an Evil Queen already. I really wish LEGO could have included the two in this upcoming CMF series since a proper LEGO Snow White minifigure is been a long time coming.
The LEGO Disney Collectible Minifigure Series 3 (71038) is expected to be launched in May of this year, so we can expect its marketing and promotions anytime soon this March. Special thanks once again to Promobricks for sharing this update.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Back Side of the Box
|18||Rococo Aristocrat||Rococo Aristocrat|
|17||Rockin’ Horse Rider||Rockin’ Horse Rider|
|16||Football Referee||Rockin’ Horse Rider|
|14||Football Referee||Football Referee|
|12||Carrot Mascot||T-Rex Costume Fan|
|10||Carrot Mascot||T-Rex Costume Fan|
|8||Carrot Mascot||T-Rex Costume Fan|
|6||Brown Astronaut and Spacebaby||Robot Warrior|
|4||Brown Astronaut and Spacebaby||Robot Warrior|
|2||Brown Astronaut and Spacebaby||Falconer|
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.
LEGO.com has been updated once more to now include another tantalizing deal for LEGO CMF collectors. After the confirmation of Series 24’s (71037) release date on January 1, 2023, it is great to hear that LEGO will once more offer a minifigure pack in the likes of the LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series 24 6 Pack (66733).
This latest offering is also similar to what LEGO did with this year’s LEGO CMF The Muppets (71033) when, for the first time ever, it bundled its collectible minifigures into 6-pack boxes. It’s great to see that LEGO seems to be intentional in offering these kinds of bundles moving forward. It’s a cost-effective way of ensuring that you have six characters in your collection right off the bat. I’m not sure though if the blind bags contained in each box have duplicates, or if they consist of entirely different, randomly selected minifigs. In case you grab one, do let us know in the comments below.
In the meantime, we need to wait a couple of weeks more before we can see for ourselves. The LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series 24 6 Pack (66733) is scheduled to be available online and in stores starting January 1, 2023, and is expected to retail for $29.94.
LEGO® fans aged 5+ can enjoy countless fun-filled adventures with a LEGO Minifigures Series 24 6 Pack (66733). Each pack contains a random selection of 6 fun characters from Series 24 (71037) and there are 12 in total to collect, for both role-play and display. A fantastic cast of minifigure characters The full collection of 12 characters is bursting with color, excellent details, and cool accessories and consists of a T-Rex Costume Fan, Rococo Aristocrat, Robot Warrior, Potter, Newspaper Kid, Orc, Soccer Referee, Falconer, Conservationist, Carrot Mascot, Rockin’ Horse Rider and Brown Astronaut and Spacebaby. A great-value treat for LEGO fans! A LEGO Minifigures Series 24 6 Pack makes a fun anytime gift for kids who deserve a reward. Each character pack comes with a building guide to ensure the minifigures can be quickly assembled. This set of characters will then inspire kids to fire up their imaginations and play out amazing stories on their own or with friends.
LEGO.com has officially revealed the new cool and quirky characters that will grace it’s LEGO CMF Series 24. The LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 24 (71037) is its next wave of offering included in its Q1 2023 lineup.
LEGO CMF Series 24 comprises 12 new characters packaged in an all-pink motif. This new series includes a T-Rex Costume Fan, Rococo Aristocrat, Robot Warrior, Potter, Newspaper Kid, Orc, Football Referee, Falconer, Conservationist, Carrot Mascot, Brown Astronaut, and Spacebaby (this one is definitely on my CMF must-have-list), and Rockin’ Horse Rider.
Series 24 is expected to arrive in January 2023 and will retail for $4.99 per blind bag. Take a look at their official images below and get ready to feel your way through each of these blind bags. The Spacebaby and T-Rex Costume Fan are on the top of my list right off the bat. How about yours? Let me know your fave in the comments below.
$4.99 per blind bag | Arriving on January 1, 2023
Brown Astronaut and Spacebaby
T-Rex Costume Fan
Rockin’ Horse Rider