Disney Collectible Minifigures officially revealed [News]

LEGO has officially revealed the long-awaited Disney series of the Collectible Minifigures, so here’s your first look at the Magic Kingdom’s most famous characters in LEGO guise. The Disney series will be available beginning in May, and will retail for $3.99 USD each.

Disney Collectible Minifigures

[Update] Thanks to Collider, we also have high quality individual images of all the new Disney figures. Check them out below!

Lego Disney Minifigures Mickey

Lego Disney Minifigures Minnie

Lego Disney Minifigures Donald

Lego Disney Minifigures Daisy

Lego Disney Minifigures Ursula

Lego Disney Minifigures Ariel

Mr. Incredible
Lego Disney Minifigures Mr. Incredible

Lego Disney Minifigures Syndrome

Lego Disney Minifigures Aladdin

Lego Disney Minifigures Genie

Buzz Lightyear
Lego Disney Minifigures Buzz Lightyear

Toy Story Alien
Lego Disney Minifigures Toy Story Alien

Peter Pan
Lego Disney Minifigures Peter Pan

Captain Hook
Lego Disney Minifigures Captain Hook

Lego Disney Minifigures Alice

Cheshire Cat
Lego Disney Minifigures Cheshire Cat

Lego Disney Minifigures Maleficient

Lego Disney Minifigures Stitch

Lego Disney Minifigures

5 comments on “Disney Collectible Minifigures officially revealed [News]

  1. proudlove

    Anyone else think the proportions on Mickey et al. feel a little off? They look like the theme park mascot versions of the actual characters.

  2. Chris Post author

    Proudlove: Absolutely, although to be fair, the minifig design itself is inherently way out of proportion with real bodies (cartoon or otherwise). I think the issue here is that they chose to make the heads larger to accommodate more detail, which throws off the minifig’s internal proportionality. It works on some of the figs, like Stitch and the Cheshire Cat, but not so much on Mickey and Donald.

  3. Jai

    I LOVE Ursula and Maleficent, but this is kind of a weak series.

    Four “core” Disney mascots that are pretty plain, and in fact don’t even have accessories. Two of the exact same genie lamp?? That’s not great accessory work, LEGO! Two Toy Story minifigs, both of which were already previously available (Albeit slightly differently, in Buzz’s case, since he’s been outfitted with a true minifig head. Not sure if the alien is any different at all). Genie’s bald cap looks quite odd — too tall, maybe, or they should’ve put his eyes higher up (Similarly, maybe Mr. Incredible’s belt should be on the torso piece, so his proportions look better)? Oh well. The apparent confusion on their part between classic LEGO minifig-shaped heads and Simpsons-style custom-shaped heads is also off-putting. Would Mickey have really looked so bad with a classic head and a “mouse ears” headpiece?And then they took Buzz (Who, in his previous release, had a custom-shaped head already) and gave him the classic treatment. They’re all over the place!

    The rest are at least alright, and a few are pretty good (Alice, Aladdin, and Peter). The new rigid skirt piece is pretty interesting, and — as previously mentioned — Maleficent and Ursula are COMPLETELY fabulous. There are definitely Disney characters that I want to see as minifigs, but I think that half of these just aren’t up to snuff.

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