Rather than overwhelm you with a single review of all 16 figures I'll trickle them out over the next few days, starting with the three costumed characters.
The costumed characters are among the most attractive, desirable and, therefore, sought-after figures in the CMF series so perhaps that's why series 17 includes two 'full-body' costumes, and a girl in dressing-up attire.
Corn Cob Guy
Once again the costume fits snugly around the figure's head and body leaving just the face exposed. The back of the outfit consists of a couple of leaves/husk with the kernel poking out the top.
Underneath the figure has a plan green torso, itself uncommon and potentially useful.
This figure is off to a schoolfriend's party dressed as a rocket, made of cardboard and tape no doubt, complete with a flag decorated with a classic space logo drawn in crayons.
The rocket itself has some nice details such as the printed rivets (I presume) on the front and back.
Best of all, his torso is printed with a classic space logo, something that's sure to excite fans no end as it's the first time it's appeared on a grey one.
This little girl figure is so colourful and beautiful! She has a butterfly print on her top, printed hair and feet and carries one of the new three-pronged flower stalks which I believe is new here in lime green.
The butterfly wings at the back are attractively decorated.
It's so bright and colouful and I think it's one of my favourites of the series!
Next I'll take a look at figures with foodstuffs.
Thanks to LEGO for providing the figures to review. The review is an expression of my own opinions.