Ever wished you can integrate Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and other classic Disney characters into your LEGO projects without having to buy a set that you’re really not interested in? Now you can with the LEGO Disney Minifigures, a new collection of minifigs depicting some of the long-running entertainment outfit’s most iconic characters.


A total of 18 characters are included in the collection, from timeless classics like Mickey and Minnie to newer favorites like Maleficent and Buzz Lightyear to characters never to come in LEGO form before like Mr. Incredible and Syndrome.  Whether you want to add Disney mascots to your LEGO theme parks, pit Mr. Incredible against Batman, or have Donald Duck fight side by side with the Rebel Alliance in your Assault on Hoth set, the new line should make all of them possible.

Aside from the aforementioned characters, the LEGO Disney Minifigures line also includes Daisy Duck, Alice (yes, the one who got lost in Wonderland), the Cheshire Cat, Ariel, Ursula, Genie, Aladdin, Peter Pan, Captain Hook, Stitch, Buzz Lightyear, and Pizza Planet Alien. I’ll admit, I’m utterly disappointed that Goofy is nowhere in sight, although I do understand, since Dippy Dawg hasn’t exactly been the most popular Disney character at any point in time.  Would very much love to have him in minifig form, though.

The LEGO Disney Minifigures will be available beginning May 1st.  Price is $3.99 each.

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5 Responses

  1. Bruce Roberts

    Totally cool! Disney and LEGOs all in one. Collectors are going to go nuts for them!

  2. Noah

    These Legos will be reselling for a pretty penny on Ebay. The huge popularity of Legos, among adults and kids, plus the addition of the ever-popular Disney characters will make these resell for a lot. Why didn’t they reach a licensing deal to do this sooner. The Star Wars Legos were huge sellers. I think the Stich Lego from Lilo & Stitch is the cutest one. Regardless of how cute they are, they will still hurt like heck when you blindly step on one in the dark during the night when your walking to the bathroom.

    They retail for $3.99 each, but collectors and resellers will definitely drive the aftermarket price up. I can easily see some of the characters selling for $20 or more on Ebay, especially the ones that sell out soon. I hope Lego continues to manufacture these Disney Lego Characters in huge amounts. I hate seeing the eBay resellers buying up all the in-demand toys to resell on eBay. I have nothing against resellers, I just prefer the kids that want them get them first.

    Quick history lesson: Did you know that the reason we have Legos today is because of The Great Depression? The toy maker was having trouble selling his wooden toys during The Great Depression because nobody had money to buy stuff like this during this period. He began to make mini-versions of some of his products and these eventually evolved into the Legos that we love and cherish today.

  3. Bethany

    Don’t even get me started on my children and their absolute love of everything Lego. We love going on adventures to small shops that carry insane amounts of single-piece options. I’m so excited companies are finally starting to catch on. Sets are wonderful and all but not everyone wants to buy complete sets. It’s so much fun to find a certain character or vehicle (have you seen how many are out there these days! OMG…) and integrate it into your current collection. My kids have so much fun creating their own worlds with pieces from a wide range of sets. I’m so excited Disney has created these favorites. In no time, we will probably have just about every piece haha.

    • Ally

      My son’s next birthday is going to be completely Lego themed. These are going to come out just in time which I couldn’t be any more excited about. Buzz is his absolute favorite Disney character, so I’m pretty stoked they decided to add him to the set. No matter what movies come out, my little guy never moves on from Toy Story, which is pretty great because that has been a favorite of mine since the first movie came out. I have spent more money on Lego pieces than I’d like to admit. Thankfully, my husband and I started collecting pieces before I was even pregnant. I gotta say, $4 a piece is not bad at all.

  4. Bella

    I feel like it’s been so long since these were first announced. In all actuality it’s probably been no more than a month. I can’t wait to grab a few of these for my kiddos. Of course the classics are fantastic and I plan on snagging a few of those for myself because I’ve never grown out of Legos but I’m most excited about getting Mr. Incredible and Syndrome because this is the first time they have ever been brought to the mini world of Lego. I was never a huge fan of the Incredibles myself but my kids can’t get enough of the movie. They are not so patiently waiting for the second one to come out. I look forward to having a different movie playing over and over haha!


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