The latest Collectible Minifigure Series is basically just an ad for Disney+

Are you a fan of Disney+? Probably! I mean it is the streaming home of Star Wars, Marvel, Disney children’s classics, iconic Pixar movies and thousands of hours of premium Star movies and TV shows. All of that for the low price of $11.99 a month! What’s not to love?

So we’ve established that you love Disney+ but do you also love the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Well do I have great news for you!

Today LEGO has announced a whole new line-up of 12 collectible minifigures that celebrate the Disney+ part of the MCU.


The series features characters from WandaVision, Loki, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and the up-coming What if? series.

Overall there are some great minifigures in the series. Zombie Captain America! Agent Carter?! I mean they are all really cool.


The series is released on October 1st and will have an RRP of $5.99.

This is not an ad for Disney+, unless Mickey wants to make a deal. Call me.




5 thoughts on “The latest Collectible Minifigure Series is basically just an ad for Disney+

  1. Bruce Reply

    Gotta admit. These look great. (I shall enjoy hunting down a Sylvie mini)

  2. Manyam John Reply

    By the same logic aren’t the looney tunes CMF an add for looney tunes? Harry potter CMF an add for Harry Potter franchise?
    I loved the disney+ shows so really looking forward to getting these new minifigures without having to buy what ever variant of the hulk buster mech Lego decide to release.
    Seriously there is 15 Marvel Mechs on legos website right now, make something different!!!

  3. Julian Reply

    Does anyone know the name of the minifig with the British/ Union Jack shield? Never seen that one before….. probably showing my age / ignorance…..

    • Will Reply

      It’s a version of Peggy Carter from the upcoming What If? series. What if Peggy received the super soldier serum instead of Steve Rogers.

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