In 2016, LEGO and Disney teamed up and created a special series of Minifigures based on iconic Disney characters. It was also the year that LEGO released the monstrous Disney Castle set. Sadly, for budgetary reasons, I have not acquired the Disney Castle. It is the sixth largest set ever produced, and costs $399.99 in Canada. However, I did collect all of the Minifigures from the series. I have been slowly photographing them since last summer. I have already posted shots of some of these characters, but the pictures you see here are all alternates from those photoshoots that I chose not to publish before. Most of the pictures are brand new for this article. But, enough talking. Today, I will let the pictures speak mostly for themselves.
I really like this series of Minifigures, and Buzz was my favorite. But, there were some other characters I would have liked to have seen. How about you, who was your favorite Disney Minifig? Was there another character you would have liked to have seen in the series?
This post is part of my LEGO themed April A-to-Z blogging challenge. To read more about the challenge, you can visit the official website. Be sure to come back tomorrow for more LEGO!
Until next time,
21 thoughts on “D is for Disney”
That Ursula mini figure is perfection. I am also a fan of Genie. I love all of these pics, especially the one of Ariel.
I didn’t know there are Disney-Legos. Cool!
I really like the lighting for Maleficent. It really captures the aesthetic and the moodiness of that character.
I would have liked to have see Death from Hercules. He is my favorite Disney villain.
I’m a big time supporter of Disney. One of my family works for them. Those are cute Lego characters, Mickey is my favorite 🙂
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I am a big Disney fan. I LOVE the Mickey figurine. It is SO cute 🙂
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PS we’ve had the same C topic 🙂 Loved your post!
Love the perspectives and minifigs in natural settings.
I love Disney and the kids love Legos but we don’t have a lot of Disney Legos – just a few sets that my daughter has received. She of course loves her Elsa one. I think she would love Stitch too.
LOVE the Alice shot! My 6 year old is just getting into Legos so we have a few. Look forward to seeing what you come up with this month 🙂
I am not a Lego builder myself, just an appreciator of other’s creations…I think your photos of the mini figures are great. I love the Ariel one 🙂 I do like the Lego videogames, like Lego Indiana Jones for PS4…does that count ? 🙂
Lego videogames count in my book!
I’m not familiar with that much Disney or Lego mini figures, however I agree – Buzz looks awesome.
Perhaps what we really need is Pixar mini figures – can anyone say ‘Minions’?
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I like Ursula and Malificent and the Cheshire Cat. I had no idea these mini-figures existed.
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Aw, these are so much fun. 🙂 I particularly like your Mickey Mouse/Steamboat Willie shot!
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Nice! I don’t own any Disney minifigs, though I’d love to pick up Aladdin and the Genie. A LEGO Jafar would be pretty awesome too…maybe the Agrabah Palace or the Cave of Wonders….oh, that could end up being a long list….
My son loves Lego, but he focuses on the Star Wars sets. (And yes, he has the Death Star–he saved up for it before they redesigned the set.) I’ll have to remember your site so I can visit again during the challenge.
Sandra Ulbrich Almazan, Science Fiction/Fantasy Author
Oh I love Lego Maleficent! Such fun.
Those are some awesome photos! I’m not sure exactly what was in the set, but I would love to see if/how they would pull off the Hunchback from Notre Dame, and I would be down for an Emperor Kuzco in llama form.
I am not a big fan of Disney, but I guess I would prefer it in the LEGO form. I like especially your black and white picture of Mickey, and the Little Mermaid.
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