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Check Out LEGO’s New Line of SIMPSONS Mini-Figures

Back in February, producers of The LEGO Movie revealed that production was underway for a Simpsons episode done completely through LEGO animation. Now, with just a month to go before the premiere of that May 4th episode, LEGO has unveiled its new line of Simpsons-inspired mini-figures to go along with the $200 model of the famous home on 742 Evergreen Terrace released earlier this year.

These are, at the same time, some of the most cool and adorable things that have ever been made by a major toy manufacturer. The Ralph and Maggie ones alone are going to fill hearts with so much joy. The company also NAILED the look of the characters on these, which was a bit of an issue on figures we were seeing in earlier photos. The eyes pop here and the designs really stand out. Well done, Lego.

The figures will run $4 a piece and be made available before the LEGO Simpsons episode airs on Fox May 4th.

Which one’s your favorite?

HT: Kotaku, TV Guide

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  1. E>Rosas says:

    I’ve always been a huge Lego fan and The Simpsons set has got to be the coolest set ever. Can’t wait for these figures. It would be nice for a few extra play sets to be made. ( Moe and his bar, Apu and his store, etc.)

  2. Doug says:

    Why no Kang and Kodos? Itchy and Scratchy as mini-figs before Kang and Kodos seems odd

  3. MrCrumley says:

    Interesting that the arms are dual colors. I don’t think I’ve seen that in Lego before. It’s nice because now we can have short-sleeved minifigs.

  4. Auto Phil says:

    Where were these 20 years ago?

  5. hoben says:

    I really wish they made a Moe figure. Maybe if the figures sell well they’ll produce another series. From the ones available, though, I mostly want Itchy and Scratchy.

  6. Greg Easton says:

    Why, the inanimate carbon rod, of course.