Howdy, toyNerds! It has been a while since we posted. We hope everyone is doing great and enjoying the Spring/Summer (if you are in the USA) weather! Today we will be looking at the awesome and brand new Lego minifigures series: Lego Minifigures Disney 100, or as we like to call it: Lego Disney Minifigures Series 3.
This series comes with 18 minifigures, similar to Lego Disney Minifigures Series 1 and Series 2. That’s pretty cool because Lego has recently cut back on the number of collectable minifigures from the usual 16 minifigures to 12 minifigures, for non-licensed series.
The characters for this series are: Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey, Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket, The Queen, Stitch 626, Pocahontas, Cruella de Vil & Dalmatian puppy, Miguel & Dante, Ernesto de la Cruz, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Robin Hood, Prince John, Tiana, Dr. Facilier, Queen of Hearts, Mulan, Aurora and Baymax.
We will look at each of them in details and we will also give you the feel guide for each.
Let’s dive in!
1. Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey
Feel Guide: the long stick for the broom, the broom piece, Mickey’s head with the hat, or the small pail.
2. Stitch 626
Feel Guide: the 2 laser guns, Stitch’s head, or Stitch’s body with 4 arms.
This is the first time Lego has done a mold with 2 arms on each side. Each 2 arms also have prints on them, which make them extra awesome.
Feel Guide: Mulan’s swords (comes with 2 swords in each minifigure bag), Mulan’s hair that’s made of rubber (a bit squishy).
Mulan came with 2 swords and Cri-Kee printed on a 1×1 cylinder as accessories. Mulan is the only Disney princess from this series with rubbery hair. She also has 2 facial expressions.
4. Princess Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
Feel Guide: the 2×4 tile, the frog, and Tiana’s dress piece.
Tiana comes with the frog, green tiaras (x2) and a 2×4 printed tile as accessories. She also has 2 facial expressions. Furthermore, her arms are also printed.
5. Princess Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
Feel Guide: the owl, the hair piece, and the dress piece.
Princess Aurora comes with 2 facial expressions, one of which is when she is sleeping! Pretty cool! Her arms are also printed for additional details.
6. Queen of Hearts
Feel Guide: the big dress piece.
The Queen of Hearts is possible one of the easiest minifigures to feel for. Her big skirt is very easily identifiable. She comes with 2 facial expressions, and 2 heart sticks as accessories.
7. The Queen
Feel Guide: the oval mirror, the stick, the dress piece.
What’s interesting about the Queen is that she comes with 2 crowns (not sure why). She also only has 1 face print, perhaps because the crown cannot hide the other side of the head, thus, if she had 2 face prints, it would be exposed and it would look silly.
Feel Guide: the 3 leaves, 2 compasses and the long hair piece.
Pocahontas comes with 2 facial expressions (one of which we forgot to take a picture of!), 3 leaves, and 2 compasses as accessories.
Pocahontas and Mulan are the 2 Disney princesses that come with legs, instead of dress piece.
9. Cruella de Vil & Dalmatian Puppy
Feel Guide: the Dalmatian puppy (small), hair piece.
Cruella comes with a small Dalmatian puppy and a purse (x2). Actually, we are not sure what those yellow pieces are supposed to represent…
She has 2 facial expressions.
Feel Guide: the body piece with the unique arms, the small pieces such as the 2×1 tile.
Baymax is among those with the new and unique body part pieces that can only be found from this Lego minifigures series (so far). He comes with the big arms (which have prints on them) and the charging station.
11. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Feel Guide: the head with the long ears.
Oswald is also one of the easiest characters to identify in this series, mainly because the long ears are easily identifiable (or should we say, feelable?).
12. Prince John
Feel Guide: the coins, the sack, the head piece.
Prince John and Robin Hood are the only 2 characters from this minifigure series that come with a unique head piece. They are pretty easy to identify.
Prince John’s arms and legs are also printed, which makes him a pretty detailed character from this series.
13. Robin Hood
Feel Guide: the head piece and the bow/arrow.
Robin Hood comes with 2 tail pieces (not sure why?), 3 red hat feather pieces (also not sure why so many), and bow/arrow. This figure is most likely going to be one of the most popular or highly sought after characters from this series.
14. Miguel and Dante
Feel Guide: Dante the dog (bigger than the Dalmatian puppy), the guitar, a flat hair piece, shorter moveable leg piece, and an extra head (yup!). So when we opened this bag, we didn’t realize that there was another head in the bag (thus, not pictured). It is pretty cool that this minifigure comes with so many pieces.
Miguel comes with 2 heads, with 2 face prints on each head! That’s pretty awesome! He also comes with a hair piece and a red hoodie. His arms are also painted for extra details. His legs are the shorter kind that are movable (contrast that with Stitch’s legs that are also short but not moveable).
15. Ernesto de la Cruz
Feel Guide: the sombrero hat and the guitar.
Ernesto comes with 2 face prints, a highly detailed guitar, and a unique sombrero that has the hair piece attached to it. His arms are also painted with great details. Amazing figure!
16. Dr. Facilier
Feel Guide: the tall hat, and the 2 sticks.
Dr. Facilier comes with a magic stick (x2), a 2×1 tile as accessories. Unfortunately, he doesn’t really have much details (arms and legs have no prints on the side).
17. Jiminy Cricket
Feel Guide: the short hat and the short legs, also the umbrella.
Jiminy Cricket is a simple minifigure. His arms and legs do not have side prints (they don’t really need them). Yet, he is a crucial part in the life of the next character we are going to review.
Feel Guide: the head piece with nose (awesome!), the fish tank.
Cleo and her castle
Pinocchio and Cleo are definitely our favorite characters from this whole series. The details on these 2 are simply amazing. We absolutely love what Lego did with the nose piece for Pinocchio!
Out of the 18 characters in this series, we found several to be our top favorites. Here they are (drum roll, please…):
- Pinocchio and Cleo
- Robin Hood
- Ernesto de la Cruz
- Stitch 626
- Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey
- Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
We picked those 6 favorites based on their unique features and the amount of print details on them.
Overall, this series has done a great job in delivering awesome Disney collectibles in Lego minifigures form.
What do you guys think? Which characters are your favorites?