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 An Interview With The Man Behind Project Swapfig
Set for a spring release, the 10th installment in LEGO’s Collectible Minifigures theme will feature a batch of 10 new characters. As usual, LEGO is offering up a diverse mix of minifigures, which includes (as pictured starting from the top row, from left to right):
- Roman Soldier
- Female Nerd
- Toy Soldier
- Paintball Player
- Baseball Catcher
- Hawk Soldier Girl
- Old Man
- Punk Biker
- Native American
- Bee Woman
Series 10 will be available just a few months after the release of Series 9, which was slated to launch in January, 2013 but started showing up on store shelves in December, 2012. Series 10 is also slated to feature gold colored packaging.
Source: Awesome Toy Blog
Images of silver and gold packaging for the upcoming LEGO collectible minifigures series 9 and 10 respectively, have appeared on a German e-commerce website. Slated for a January, 2013 release, an unverified list of what could appear in Series 9 has already leaked out into the LEGO blogosphere. No word yet on what will be in the gold color scheme packaged Series 10 or if there is still hope for bronze to grace the packages of a LEGO collectible minifigures series.
Source: Hoth Bricks
What do a Thespian, a Bavarian and a Conquistador have in common? They will be joining the LEGO Collectable Minifigures lineup with the release of series 8. Along with the introduction of the new figures, a few old favorites, such as the Cheerleader and Robot will be making a reappearance as well. Expect to see the assorted cast of Series 8 characters starting in September, 2012.
The latest Collectible Minifigure Series from LEGO is slated to be released later this year in September. While the specifics of Series 8 lineup have yet to become available, it will very likely feature a pirate captain figure as pictured above.
Sick of displaying your LEGO collectible minifigures on those bland black stands? Then perhaps its time to migrate over to a LEGO Minifigure Display Case made out of LEGO. Having the ability to display four minifigures, the Display Case comes complete with 89 pieces and a Classic Space Blue Spaceman, all for $9.99.
The new LEGO VIP exclusive minifigure set has started to appear at LEGO retail stores for $14.99. Only available to LEGO VIP members, the set features five different figures, all from the collectible minifigure series theme.