Spinjitzu training with Kendo gear is all part of being a ninja. After all, if you want to be a master of fire you have be prepared to take some hits.
“Om nom nom nom.” Have you ever met a semi-intelligent ambulatory plant? One very alarmed Minifigure recently has! The Plant Monster used to be the Monster Scientist’s houseplant until the silly mad doctor accidentally gave it too much of his experimental super-growth fertilizer, causing the horticultural horror to sprout arms, legs, spiky vines, and one huge appetite. Lurking in gardens, bushes, and anywhere else that’s green, the Plant Monster bides its time and then springs out to swallow up passers-by with a gulp and a happy smack of its leafy flytrap mouth. Oddly, it isn’t actually a carnivorous species (though it doesn’t seem to know that), and as long as it gets plenty of sunlight and regular watering, it just spits its victims out again after a day or two – smelling slightly of lettuce, and with a very strange story to tell!
Cowboy Costume Guy
“I just rode here from the Old West, and boy, is my horse tired!” The Cowboy Costume Guy is a total goofball. Who else would not only dress up as a cowboy, but also make it look like he’s riding around on a horse all the time? Everybody likes having the Cowboy Costume Guy around. He’s friendly, he’s funny, and he knows a whole stable full of really terrible horse puns. Just don’t do anything to make him turn around quickly, or that horse head and tail will knock over everything around him. And when the party is over, he’ll wave his hat in the air, shout “Giddyap,” and gallop off into the sunset!
What do you get the guy who has almost everything? His army hasn't been able to deliver NINJAGO but they have made him more comfortable in his Volcano sleepware complements of Garmadon Propulsion Laboratories. Sweet dreams. Muuuhhahahahahaha
“Whoops!” The poor Clumsy Guy must have the worst luck of any Minifigure. No matter how safe and careful he tries to be, something always goes disastrously wrong. If there’s a banana peel around, he’ll slip on it every time. If someone has left a skateboard near the stairs, he’ll be in for a bumpy ride straight to the X-ray machine. Even when he’s standing in the middle of a crowd, he’s the only one who’s likely to get bonked on the head by a plummeting ice meteorite. Fortunately for the hapless Clumsy Guy, LEGO® City has some of the best doctors and medical care around. Whatever bumps, bruises, scratches and dents he may receive during his misadventures, they’re ready to fix him up with casts, bandages, crutches and anything else that he may need to get him back on his feet and on the mend…right up until his next accident, anyway!
At school, Lenny Fiasco always got teased for erasing the mistakes he made in his notes and homework. In bitterness, he became The Eraser™, a super-villain with the ability to remove all clues from a crime scene. For a modest fee, other criminals can hire him to erase the evidence they leave behind, so that not even a Dark Knight Detective can trace their tracks!
“Oops! Careful! Sorry!” When she put together her costume, the Cactus Girl thought she was making an interesting and one-of-a-kind outfit to wear to the party. Little did she know just how much trouble it would cause! Thanks to her prickly costume, the Cactus Girl has to be super careful not to bump into anyone. Getting close to balloons turned out to be a big mistake (though at least the Firework Guy had fun). And those realistic cactus arms she made for the suit? Forget about picking up cake or opening presents! Maybe next time she’ll go as a lobster instead…
One of Batman’s oldest foes, Hugo Strange™ has no powers except for his brilliant but warped mind. He uses his scientific and psychiatric skills to perform weird experiments, from creating mutated monsters to attempting to deduce Batman’s secret identity. Whatever you do, don’t call him “Doctor” – the distinguished medical profession would never stand for it!
SHARK SUIT GUY
“Yikes! Was that a fin?!” The Shark Suit Guy watched a scary shark movie once, and he’s been afraid of them ever since. For a long time, he didn’t dare go into the water at the beach, and he even avoided swimming pools and bathtubs just in case. He was worried that he might run into sharks everywhere he went — sharks on the left, sharks on the right, mutant sharks, laser sharks, cyborg sharks, sharks on land, sea and air. But then he started to learn more about sharks and how important they are for the ocean’s ecology, and he found out that they’re not so scary after all. In fact, they’re pretty cool! To celebrate his newfound appreciation for his finny friends, he’s decided to dress up like a shark himself. Now the Shark Suit Guy may still get a little jumpy whenever he passes a mirror, but at least he knows that if he runs into a real shark, it’ll think he’s a pal!
“SURPRISE!!!” The other minifigures thought they were going to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the modern LEGO® Minifigure with a delicious, freshly-baked cake. Boy, were they surprised when the Cake Guy jumped out! What a mess! Now there’s cake and icing everywhere, and nobody’s even sure where the candles ended up. It’s a good thing the minifigures all have a good sense of humor… and an even better thing that somebody brought extra cupcakes to the party! Hey, how did the Cake Guy even fit in there?!?
“Ho ho ho!” Rumor has it that a legendary minifigure known as Santa comes flying through the sky on his sleigh to give out shiny new bricks to anyone who needs to get some building done. Then, as soon as he’s done, he’s off on his way again with a belly-shaking laugh. But who is this jolly old man of mystery? He’s supposed to live up at the North Pole, but the LEGO® Arctic team never reported running into him during their millennial expedition. And where does he get all of those bricks, if not at the LEGO factory in Denmark? The world may never know for sure!
Donald Duck is clever and energetic, with a hot-headed temper that often gets the best of him. He’s impatient, stubborn, easily flustered and loves to be the center of attention, but deep down he’s got a heart of gold and still gets shy around his girlfriend Daisy. Donald’s adventures with his best friends Mickey and Goofy are full of fun, laughter, and often a little trouble!
Springfield Elementary fourth-grade teacher Edna Krabappel works diligently to provide her students with precisely the minimum education required by law. At first glance, she may seem unenthusiastic. And she is. Enthusiastically so! But underneath her hard shell, Bart’s teacher is a woman who deeply loves having her summers off. Why give that up just because of some aggravating kids?
LEGO® Minifigures Videos
The Minifigure Mystery Man
The Series 17 Minifigures have moved into their new home. But just as they’re settling in and getting to know each other, a mysterious, shadowy figure swoops in, and everything turns dark … When the light returns, all their belongings are missing!
How To Cheer up a Flower – LEGO® Minifigures – Series 18
It’s party time, but is that the sound of somebody feeling … sad? The 1978 Police Officer better figure out what that sound is and what to do about it, pronto!
Free the Unicorn! – LEGO® Minifigures – Series 18
Oh, no! Unicorn Guy is stuck up! Meaning he is stuck up in the ceiling! How is the 1978 Police Officer going to get him down? Luckily a little music and creativity may do the trick…
More Horsin’ Around! – LEGO® Minifigures – Series 18
A party is no fun without friends, so how can 1978 Police Officer help out Cowboy Costume Guy who is feeling lonely?
Sounds like a Party! – LEGO® Minifigures – Series 18
It’s somebody’s birthday and preparations are being made for the party of the year! All the LEGO® Minifigures are invited and they are super excited. Find out what big surprises are going to happen!
Surprise Party – LEGO® Minifigures – Series 18
There’s been a hiccup in Race Car Guy’s party mood … literally. Can 1978 Police Officer handle the situation?
The Held-up Hold-up
A mysterious stranger has stolen all the new minifigures’ treasured belongings – and he’s about to get away with it! But even the most cunning criminal could not have predicted what might cut him off on his escape route!
Out with a Bang! – LEGO® Minifigures – Series 18
He may be 40 years old, but 1978 Police Officer still has the moves … especially when it sounds like things are getting prickly…
Taking Care of A Little Scare – LEGO® Minifigures – Series 18
Where are those strange noises coming from? The 1978 Police Officer rushes to the rescue and finds out that a little thing can make for a big surprise!