LEGO’s Collectible Minifigure series has been one of the the company’s most popular themes. But oftentimes it is very difficult to find just the one figure you want or the last figure you need to complete a series. Fortunately, there will soon be a solution to this problem that afflicts collectors world over. A London based web developer and LEGO fan named Drew, who is better known as SilentMode in the LEGO community, will soon be launching Project Swapfig, a website where collectors and LEGO fans can come together to trade LEGO minifigures. Drew launched a KickStarter project to promote Project Swapfig as well as raise funds for the operation of the website. Drew recently spoke with Kollectobil about minifigure collecting and of course Project Swapfig: Continue reading
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To celebrate the 2012 London Olympics and Olympic Team GB, LEGO is set to release a Collectible Minifigure Series representing 9 different athletes decked out in Team GB colors. Unfortunately, as the series was developed for the UK market, it will only be made available for sale in the UK. But if you really want to get your hands on some but don’t live in the UK, don’t fret, a few are bound to show up on eBay or Bricklink.
Thought all LEGO Minifigures were made out of acrylonitrile butadiene styrene? Well, you may be mistaken. Some may be just as real as we are as demonstrated by the anatomical depiction of a smiling ( as usual) LEGO Minifigure.