Five things we’ve spotted in the LEGO Disney 100th Anniversary CMF series
The LEGO Collectible Minifigures 71038 Disney 100th Anniversary series is packed with details and here are five secrets we’ve spotted.
Revealed today, the upcoming LEGO Collectible Minifigures 71038 Disney 100th Anniversary series features 18 different characters pulled from a number of fan favourite animated sources. From the iconic Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey, to the first-ever minifigure version of a certain long-awaited princess, the next CMF line-up appears to have something for everyone.
LEGO Collectible Minifigures 71038 Disney 100th Anniversary also manages to pack in plenty of details for eagle-eyed fans to find and here are five things we’ve manged to spot so far:
5 – Disney 100th Anniversary display stands
The black plate that’s included with each blind-bagged CMF character is back once again with this series, although now time there’s a twist. Each stand now boasts a special Disney 100 print to celebrate the company’s centennial in 2023, making them unique collectibles in their own right.
4 – Pinocchio has a nose
Yep, the puppet who wants to be a real boy has a tiny stub of a nose sticking out from the front of his head. This is a nod to the 1940 animated classic featuring the character, whose proboscis would grow if he told a lie. Of course, an alternate head with an even longer nose would have made a great addition to the set, but it’s certainly nothing to sneeze at.
3 – Stitch isn’t the first four-armed minifigure
At first glance alien pest Stitch’s four arms may look unique, but it’s not the first time a minifigure has been released with that many appendages. Whilst some, such as General Grievous and Lord Garmadon fudge it, diminutive Rio Durant from 75219 Imperial AT-Hauler was the first minifigure to boast the unique double arm pieces.
2 – Pocahontas makes her minifigure debut
As mentioned in our most recent video, Pocahontas has only ever previously appeared as a mini-doll in an advert in 2021. Her appearance in LEGO Collectible Minifigures 71038 Disney 100th Anniversary is therefore long-overdue and she’s likely to be one of those sought-after characters in the upcoming series.
1 – Check out Miguel’s alternate face
With 2017’s Coco featuring a story that revolves around the Mexican Day of the Dead holiday, it certainly makes sense to showcase Miguel with a painted white skeleton face. However, the character also appears to come with a normal skin-coloured alternate head piece, once again making us wonder why poor Pinocchio was short-changed…
LEGO Collectible Minifigures 71038 Disney 100th Anniversary is scheduled to launch on May 1, priced at £3.49 / $4.99 / €3.99 per blind bag.
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