The Brick Show blog has just published what seems to be an early look at the LEGO Disney100 Collectible Minifigures series expected to be released this May. LEGO and Disney fans will surely love to add these eighteen Instragramble mini collectibles, spanning the most iconic Disney films since the days of Oswald the Rabbit.
If you’re a LEGO Disney fan and completionist, then you may want to have a head start to figure out which LEGO Disney100 Collectible Minifigures will make it to the top of your list. Take a look at the package insert for this upcoming series. It may not be the best image around, but it gives us a pretty good grasp of what to expect from them.
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)
It’s kind of surprising, that we’ve already got an Evil Queen minifigure in the CMF series, but there’s no official Snow White LEGO minifigure to be found. The folks over at The Brick Show pointed this out, and I have to agree with them – it’s a bit of a bummer.
I’ve been waiting for LEGO to release a proper Snow White minifigure for what feels like forever. And now that they’re coming out with a new CMF series, I was really hoping that this would be the one where we’d finally get her. But alas, it seems like we’ll have to keep waiting.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m still excited to see what other minifigures will be included in the series. But I can’t help but feel a little disappointed that Snow White didn’t make the cut. Maybe LEGO will release her in a future series? One can only hope. What do you think?