Price: $1.99 USD per packet, $119.99 USD per box
Theme: Collectible Minifigure Series 2
Minifigures: 1 per pack
Pieces: Varies on each minifigure
Year of Release: 2010
Building time: It takes longer to open the packaging than it does to build the figure.
As you can see the Collectible minifigures each come in their own polybag. There are 16 unique figures per series. Some are more common than others.For example, there will be 5 traffic cops per box whereas there are 3 spartans per box. Each figure offers something magnificent that everyone will enjoy. Each box of figures contain 3 complete sets and 12 random spares.
(Note: I forgot to include in half of the pictures the 3×4 display tile that each minifigure comes with.)
Each packet has a barcode on the back. In North America, the special barcode is on the right. The rest of the world has the special barcode on the left. These special barcodes can be used to identify each specific minifigure. Both series 1 and 2 have barcodes. It has been said that series 3 will carry no barcodes. The barcodes can be found via Brickset.com(Series 1 and Series 2). Series 2 can be found at various places like Cosco, Target, Lego (in store or online), Toys r us, Independent Toy stores, Walmart, Argos, and many other stores.
(Note: The barcode above is the spartan(North America version) barcode.)
Lego even provided instructions to show how the minifigure is built. These instructions make it harder to feel a bag for those without the barcodes.
The other side of the instructions shows the whole group of 16 from series 2. There bios can be found on the official Lego website, Link.
According to Lego the official names of each figure are:
From Left to right.
Row 1: Mariachi ,Spartan warrior ,Ringmaster, and Witch
Row 2: Vampire ,Traffic Cop, Explorer, and Lifeguard
Row 3:Mime, Weightlifter, Popstar, and Skier
Row 4:Disco Dude, Karate Master, Surfer, and Pharaoh
The first figure of the series will be the one that’s most popular…
The most unique and highly anticipated figure from this series. I give you the Spartan.
Just looking at him makes you want to yell ”This is Sparta!”(300).
Sadly, the Spartan and the rest of the figures in this series have no backprinting. On the upside, the spartan does have side print. Many collectors will want to build armies of this guy. There are no extras with the Spartan.
Up next is the Skier. Three new pieces are featured with this guy. You could make a whole skiing Olympics with this minifigure. Of course though they would all be number 211. The skier comes with an extra ski pole.
The ski boards are brand new and fit minifigures much better than the old ones.
Both of the ski boards can fit into one minifigure hand.
Let’s catch a wave with the Surfer, dude. The surfer also comes with an updated piece to fit minifigures, the surfboard. He also has side prints for his pants. I really do like this new hairpiece that was introduced in series 1, it really makes him look like a surfer. There are no extras with the surfer.
Surfing the ”wave”.
Lets hit the streets of Paris with the Mime figure. He comes in a black and white format to draw a world without sound. He comes with 3 faces to express Happiness, Sadness, and Fear. Definitely a must have for City collectors. The mime even has a black beret which can be used as an artist minifigure, hopefully, series 4 will have an official artist. The mime has no extras.
Go head backstage with the singer. The new microphone will be a great add on to Rock concert, tv shows etc. She also has a new hairpiece in light orange. Hopefully in a future series there will be a Guitar player to go along with the singer to make a full rockband! She comes with an extra microphone.
The back of the hairpiece.
Lets head to the gym with the weightlifter. He comes with 2 new elements. A black 3L bar and 2 weights that can be attached to the bar. Surprisingly he has no muscle armprint. He has no extras.
The Karate Master
Ready to learn karate with the Karate Master! Hi-yah! He has Count Dookus hair in black. He also has a minifigure award which can be used for award ceremonies. He comes with an extra minifigure award.
(Note: each karate master only has 2 minifigure awards.)
Shake it down on the dance floor with Disco dude. He comes with the series 1 clowns hairdo in black. He also has a Brick fever 2×2 album. He reminds me of Disco stu from The Simpsons. There are no extras.
The Traffic Cop
There goes the Traffic Cop in High speed pursuit. This minifigure has only one somewhat new piece, a oversized 1×2 ticket tile. The helmet appears in Space Police III. The handcuffs also are from the City police sets. He comes with one extra Handcuff.
Look its the Wicked Witch of the west. The witch has a decorated 2x2x3 slope as legs, has a black hat, and a slime face. She appears to be inspired by the Wizard of oz. There are no extras.
Look out for the blood sucking vampire! The vampire comes with an awesome cape which is a little complicated on how it is attached to the vampire. He also has a miniature bat. A must have for horror fans. The torso looks like an excellent use for a suit. There are no extras.
There goes the lifeguard saving another person from drowning. She comes with the Agents hairpiece in blond and also has a new flotation piece. She goes along with the surfer for a Beach moc. There are no extras.
The ringmaster uses his white whip to keep the Lion back. He comes with a Prince of Persia whip in white though. The torso seems to have some use as a tuxedo or a clown figure. He has no new pieces.
The explorer wanders the forest look for lost artifacts. The explorer has a magnifying glass that appears to have a different design in the lens part, maybe to discourage kids from splitting the piece into two? He comes with an extra binocular.
The mighty Pharaoh sits in his throne watching another pyramid be built. This figure has a decorated crown and a new serpent staff. He will be a great add on to the Pharaohs Quest theme next year. He has side leg print.There are no extras.
And finally last but not least we have the Mariachi figure. He comes with 2 brand new pieces which are the maracas and his sombrero, he also has a new cloth design. There is no torso print on this figure. The mariachi figure comes with an extra maraca.
The cloth is made up of two pieces that go in the front and back.
Design: 5/5 –The printing is absolutely awesome and can be used in different themes. All of the new accessories are very useful. You can’t find these designs in other sets which make these highly collectible.
Parts: 4/5 – There are many unique parts that can be integrated into mocs. Most of the parts these figures come with, are special to this series only.
Price: 5/5 – A cheap reasonable price for a cool minifigure.
Overall: 5/5- I highly recommend this series for all Lego collectors. Unique elements, cheap prices, and special one of a kind minifigures. What is there not to like about it? There great for adding on to the minifigure population. I really recommend to get this series complete or at least a few you would want.