1978 Police Officer
“It’s been forty years, but I haven’t aged a day!” Here he is, the famous minifigure who started it all! The friendly Police Officer was one of the very first modern LEGO® Minifigures from the first three LEGO Play Themes of Town, Castle, and Space. He’s even got a mini version of the box from his classic LEGO set. What an amazing adventure he’s had! The 1978 Police Officer may have replaced his original torso sticker with a painted uniform, and his little Town may have grown up into a giant LEGO City, but he’s still the same smiling character that kids were playing and building with 40 years ago. He couldn’t be happier than he is at this party that all of the other minifigures are throwing to celebrate his birthday. Will you discover this hard-to-find fellow in your next LEGO Minifigures bag?
The master of earth and a keen sense of music, even his subwoofers have woofers. Cole might seem too cool for school but it's not true, he is actually the most grounded and stable of all the ninja.
King Tut™ was a simple Egyptologist until an accident left him convinced that he was the genuine ruler of ancient Egypt. His pyramid-themed riddles and robberies have confounded Gotham City’s police on many occasions, but Batman’s superb knowledge of history and archaeology have helped the Dark Knight foil the phoney pharaoh’s schemes every time!
Shark Army Great White
Formal General #1 has been scorched by flaming hot magma when he was fired from Garmadon's volcano. He was the apex predator of Garmadons Shark Army - nothing stands in his way, they mostly kneel. Who knows where he will surface next.
“Here’s the part where ye walk the plank!” The Scallywag Pirate hates having to do anything that’s clean and nice. Brushing his teeth, combing his hair and doing laundry weren’t for him, so at the first opportunity, he hopped on board a pirate ship and joined its crew. Now he gets to do all of the stuff he wants – fire cannons, tie sailing knots, eat horrible pirate cooking, and even wear an eyepatch. Nobody makes you keep neat and tidy when you’re a scurvy buccaneer. The Scallywag Pirate is thrilled that he gets to shave with a cutlass and never has to do any washing-up. And maybe his clothes are falling apart and his teeth have gone rotten and he doesn’t have any hair left to comb…but that’s exactly the pirate’s life that he signed up for!
Son of the first Spinjitzu master, he is more powerful and wise than we even know. Master Wu believes everything is about balance. Known to say "You can win the battle on the outside but lose the battle on the inside."
“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…
It wasn't hard enough secretly being the Green Ninja, Lloyd must deal with life in NINJAGO as the infamous son of Garmadon, the worst warlord ever.
“Would you care for a serenade?” Come and listen to the music of the marvelous, mustachioed Mariachi, a master of his craft! Whether he’s playing solo or as part of a full band, he always raises the mood and energy of his surroundings with the rhythms of his guitar, passed down in his family through the generations. The Mariachi plays and sings about history and tradition, about life in the countryside and the city, but what he really excels at is songs of love. Whether you’re on a first date, attending a wedding, or celebrating many long years of happiness together, the Mariachi and his spirited serenades are the perfect accompaniment to courtship and romance!
Apu, the proprietor of the local Kwik-E-Mart store, seems to work every hour of every day (much to the dismay of his wife Manjula, who wouldn’t mind a little help with their octuplets). Occasionally, Apu likes to sneak up to his secret Kwik-E-Mart roof garden for spiritual replenishment – and to spy on his competitors at the nearby Gulp ‘N’ Blow.
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?
A dark sorceress and the mistress of all evil, Maleficent places a terrible curse on the newborn Princess Aurora, dooming her to prick her finger upon the spindle of a spinning wheel and fall into an endless slumber before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday. Maleficent will do anything to ensure her revenge, including transforming herself into a giant dragon!
“Yo ho ho and a barrel o’ brains!” The Zombie Pirate was getting sick and tired of seeing all of these young whippersnapper pirates mess things up, so he’s come back to show them how things used to be done back in the good old days. Not surprisingly for a several-hundred-year-old sea dog, he’s kind of old-fashioned. He still prefers to strand his prisoners on deserted islands instead of making them walk the plank, and he only plunders gold, not fancy-pants modern treasures like silks and spices. As a zombie, he isn’t particularly big on personal hygiene. His hook is rusty, his captain’s coat is falling apart, and his wooden leg has a bad case of termites. No one is entirely sure whether he has a beard, or just a particularly impressive collection of moss and lichens on his chin. In good news, he doesn’t smell much worse than the average pirate, and if he falls in the water, he’s more likely to bite the sharks than the other way around!
LEGO® Minifigures Videos
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!
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!
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!
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…
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!
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?
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!
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?