This is my final post regarding the Disney minifigures released by LEGO. The missing minifigures are: Peter Pan, Hook, Ursula and Ariel.
This is a human minifigure so we go back to the common LEGO head and hat. Has we can see in the picture above, the LEGO minifigure is faithful to its original, with all the details. In my opinion a good minifigure but it could be improved if the knife would have a color scheme similar to the original one.
I understand that the LEGO designer decided to take off the nose of all human minifigures, but, in this case, the minifigure became very strange. In terms of detail, the body is very similar to its original, although the sword could be improved with the upper part being grey and not gold. Special note for the hat that is fenomenal.
This is, for me, the best minifigure in the entire series. Very similar to the original, where the body gives the minifigure the right volume so it can appear fat. A special note for a hole near the tentacles where the trident can fit perfectly.
The little mermaid is the only princess in this series of minifigures and the last in the count. It possesses a little shell with a pink gemstone that complements the minifigure perfectly. The most interesting piece is the red hair: absolutely fenomenal. The body is the commonly used mermain body with a special color scheme for Ariel.
And this post completes my series of posts talking about the new and unexpected series of Disney minifigures. A series so special that had to have 18 minifigures instead of the typical 16. Even people that don’t collect minifigures, bought this collection because of its uniqueness. A series that has a lot of quality in its parts but misses a lot of accessories and details in some of the minifigures.
Now we will have to wait for a second series of Disney minifigures that has to happen given the success of this first.