Happy Monday, toyNerds! Hope everyone had a fantastic weekend!
Today we will be reviewing the latest Lego Minifigures Series: Lego Minifigures Series 23. We will also include detailed pictures and a feel guide for each character.
If you guys remember about 4 years ago, there was a Lego Minifigures Series that focused heavily on costume minifigures. Yes, you are correct! The Lego Minifigures Series 18! This series is very similar to Lego Minifigures Series 18 in that all the characters from this series are in costumes. However, instead of 16 characters (like in the good old days), this series comes with 12 characters.
Here are the characters for this series:
- Green Dragon Costume
- Knight of the Yellow Castle
- Cardboard Robot
- Popcorn Costume
- Sugar Fairy
- Ferry Captain
- Turkey Costume
- Wolf Costume
- Reindeer Costume
- Holiday Elf
We placed the 5 holiday-themed minifigures on the front row, while the rest are the back.
Now let’s take a look at each character!
1. Knight of the Yellow Castle
This figure comes with a pretend horse, a sword, a shield, a helmet, and a body armor. She also comes with 2 facial expressions.
Feel Guide: Feel for the 2 swords, the shield, or the 2 red sticks
2. Green Dragon Costume
This one is similar to the Red Dragon Costume from Lego Minifigures Series 18. We love how almost all parts of this minifigure is painted (legs, arms, etc.). She also comes with 2 facial expressions.
Feel Guide: Feel for the wings, the dragon helmet, the tail piece, or the horn pieces (3 in total, as Lego gives an extra horn).
3. Ferry Captain
Ferry Captain comes with only 1 facial expression. However, the cool captain cap and the side print on the arms made up for the lack of the other facial expression!
Feel Guide: Feel for the boat piece
4. Cardboard Robot
Cardboard Robot comes with a scissor and a tablet computer. She also has 2 facial expressions.
Feel Guide: Feel for the scissor or the 2×2 smooth plate (the tablet computer).
5. Sugar Fairy
Sugar Fairy comes with a candy cane and a crown. She also has 2 facial expressions.
Feel Guide: Feel for the wings, the skirt, or the candy cane.
6. Wolf Costume
Wolf Costume comes with a sack. He also has 2 facial expressions, one of which reminds us of the Fox Costume Girl from Lego Minifigures Series 19.
Feel Guide: Feel for the sack or the tail piece.
7. Popcorn Costume
Popcorn Costume is probably the simplest minifigure from this series. He doesn’t come with any accessories. Luckily, he comes with 2 facial expressions!
Feel Guide: Feel for the shorter legs and the popcorn costume.
8. Reindeer Costume
Now here comes the fun part: the holiday-themed costume minifigures!
Reindeer comes with 1×1 heart tile and 1 gift box.
Feel Guide: the reindeer helmet or the gift box.
Snowman comes with the carrot for the nose, a hat, and a broom. If you remove the snowman helmet, it will reveal a guy whose face shows he is freezing.
Feel Guide: Feel for the broom, the carrot, the scarf, the big round snowman helmet, or the hat.
10. Turkey Costume
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, this minifigure is going to be highly sought after to help decorate people’s homes with Thanksgiving festivities! He comes with a mini pumpkin. He also has 2 facial expressions.
Feel Guide: Feel for the big tail piece.
Nutcracker comes with a sword and a nut (so clever!). He also comes with 2 facial expressions. He is definitely one of the most intricate minifigures from this series. The legs and the arms are painted, which are nice!
Feel Guide: Feel for the big tall hat, the sword, or the nut.
12. Holiday Elf
Holiday Elf comes with a snow globe with a house inside. She also comes with 2 facial expressions.
Feel Guide: Feel for the snow globe, the pigtail hair and elf hat piece, or the 1×1 angled tiles.
There you have it, folks! Which characters are your favorites from this series? Comment below!
Thanks for reading!