Simpsons LEGO minifigs revealed!

lego minifig setHow are my favorite neighboreenos doing today? I am back after a short break to tell you about the Simpsons LEGO set… again! A while ago I wrote a post about it when it was released. It came with 6 minifigures – Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, Maggie and Flanders – and it was announced back then that there would be more of them coming soon. Well, I’m glad to show all 10 of them to you today. They will be available in May, probably around the same date as the LEGO episode airs, on May 4th, which also happens to be the season finale. Like most regular LEGO minifigure sets, their packaging will not let you see through, preventing you from effectively buying one of each character in one sitting. However, I’m sure most of us will be able to feel through the bag and recognize some details on the minifigs, mainly the accessories they come with, to help and chose the ones you need to complete your set. The suggested retail price is set at $3.99 for each minifigure.

 

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  3. The Brick Queen just uploaded a video of her unpacking a few Simpsons minifigures she found today at a local Target store, including Homer with his pink donut.

  4. wb platypusguitar :)
    Those figures look awesome! I still have my Simpsons chess set that I got about 20 years ago, it’s in mint condition and a family heirloom imo. I will be keeping my eyes out for these little gems as well, so I do hope they come over here soon :) I have seen the house on Amazon, but at £250 it’s a bit steep, but it looks really cool, here’s the link http://www.amazon.co.uk/LEGO-6059154-Simpsons-House-71006/dp/B00HX14C7Q/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1395864761&sr=8-1&keywords=simpsons+lego+set

      • I haven’t seen the original versions. Now with their eyes wide open and their little black pupils, it reminds me of those old paintings that have the eyes that looks as though they follow you wherever you go.

      • There is quite a difference between the figurines of the Simpson House and those who sell as a pack.

  5. Maybe this is nit-picky but I saw the LEGO Homer, Marge, and Bart with their eyes half closed and the picture above has them with their eyes wide open. I prefer their more normal look with their eyes wide open. The half closed look gives them a wierd, not typical expression. I saw the LEGO movie this weekend and can’t wait for the episode tie-in. “Everything is Awesome!”

      • http://lego.wikia.com/wiki/Minifigure

        I “highly” doubt that, especially considering it continues to be more and more accepted worldwide, especially here in the states (decriminalization and legalization for recreational purposes). If you can find an article of some sort to back that statement up I’d love to read it.
        Then again if that was the case, you’d probably have to work for Lego to know that was the actual reason for doing so. Either way, they are awesome and I’ll end up getting them all.

          • I have noticed that on some their eyes have changed over a period of time. More so depending on which Lego set I believe. I would love to see an Otto mini figure with his eyes barely open. :-D

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          I noticed. Homer looks like he’s thinking about donuts, Bart looks very mischievous, Lisa looks worried (no surprise lol), Marge looks like she could either be flirting with Homer or just in her nagging mood, and Maggie eyes wide open and bright.

  6. You can load a boxfull of Simpsons. You’ll find all of them only you will have four of each. This is the way LEGO always sells those boxes. So find three LEGOfriends to shares the costs and the figures. Figure that out.
    I already pre-ordered the house :-)

  7. Look cool. Glad you enjoyed your break. I shall be returning to productivity to, I’ve been very busy working away and not had chance to post recently.

  8. Woo-hoo! Too bad we can’t buy a boatload of donuts, like the one Homer is holding. All of their heads look a little squished, but that won’t stop me from buying many of them. I love Blinky, the 3 eyed fish, that Mr. Burns is holding. I’ll be watching the LEGO crossover episode on May the Fourth (be with you)!

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