What is your favourite minifigure?

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The LEGO minifigure is celebrating its fortieth anniversary in 2018. More than 10,000 different minifigures have been released during those four decades and we asked Brickset readers to submit their favourite ones in preparation for a poll that will determine the most popular minifigure ever produced!

Having progressed through four categorised polls, we have now gathered a final selection of twelve minifigures for you to choose from. These all received at least 450 votes in the 'semi-final' polls and cover a wide range of eras and themes.

Submit your vote after the break...

What is your favourite minifigure?

Johnny Thunder
Captain Redbeard
Red Classic Spaceman
Darth Vader (75093)
Boba Fett (75060)
Queen Amidala
Benny
Hazmat Guy
Hot Dog Man
Indiana Jones
Sonic the Hedgehog
Poison Ivy

This poll will remain open until the 24th of August and we will announce the winner soon afterwards!

Which minifigure did you vote for? Let us know in the comments.

 

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144 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Chose Boba Fett cause that’s the only one I actually have.

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By in Canada,

Captain Red Beard, always. Partly for nostalgia, partly because of that minifg's historical significance for the lego minifigure itself (pirates being the first to introduce unique face designs).

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By in Germany,

Would've preferred the classic Spaceman in yellow. Or blue. Or black. Or white. But red works.

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By in United States,

I'm sticking w/Boba Fett from the UCS Slave I. Printing galore, great cape, and my favorite bounty hunter from my favorite theme. There's a lot to love there :)

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By in United States,

classic red spaceman!

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By in United Kingdom,

Vader, the 2 piece helmet was an excellent design idea

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By in United Kingdom,

Hot Dog Guy cause his legs and torso are useful same for his face but his hot dog piece is the main reason as it’s usefull for a vendor or even advertising in a lego city :)

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By in Costa Rica,

I was a very hard choice! I love Boba Fett and Vader but after all I was a kid in the 80´s , so my choice would be between Captain Red Beard and Benny. I almost gave my vote to Benny but even if I love him, he is not the real Space guy from the 80´s. For that reason I have voted for the old pirate!

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By in Portugal,

Indiana jones.

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By in Germany,

^^ Then again, the real Space guy is the real Space guy.

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By in United States,

My favorite minifig is Shaggy and Scooby

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By in United States,

Will we get a poll for favorite mini-doll at some point? That might be easier for me to choose from, given they haven't been around as long.

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By in United States,

Hazmat Guy! I was in my dark ages when he came out so I missed getting him in blind bags. I have 2 now but would gladly buy 50 more

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By in Canada,

Hazmat Guy, I would really like a few of him.

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By in United Kingdom,

Classic Spaceman in Red or White. Red will do!

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By in United Kingdom,

I was more torn, than I thought I would be. My instinct and head, said Boba Fett, and I nearly clicked. But, Boba is my go to, for most things and I thought I needed to give the others a fair chance, especially as I didnt know some of the others that well. I like the Hot Dog Man and did find the Hazmat guy a funny looking dude ad Poison Ivy looks good. Thing is, I dont own them or had seen much of them. So, for the likeness, the coolness, the stubble and my love of the 80s, I went Indyyyyyyyyyyyy :)

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By in Poland,

I see here only two candidates: Captain Redbeard and Red Classic Spaceman, so I choose Captain Redbeard. Rest of these figures is strange for me to be here.
Where are Forestman, Classic Lion Knight, Classic Policeman, ...?

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By in United States,

Captain Red Beard was very hard to vote against, but ultimately this was always going to be Indiana Jones. I am just thankful that no classic castle minifigs made it through, otherwise my brain might have just froze up in an endless loop of Indy vs. knight.

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By in United Kingdom,

Theres so many lego but heres a few i love: Steve Rogers, John Stewart, Excalibur Batman, Stay puff, Muddy R2-D2 and Red armed C3-PO..

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By in Sweden,

Red Classic Spaceman without a doubt.

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By in France,

As they are all beautiful, hard choice to make. And so many others deserve to be there and even to come on top of the list. But we users have chosen, and as I did first I choose the magnificent Queen Amidala again, for her incredible dress, hair piece and printed details. But it was even more difficult to choose this time than for previous polls! GG Lego, thank you Brickset.

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By in United Kingdom,

Red Classic Spaceman. Reasons I am old and had a few of them and lived them. Bring back happy memories.

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By in United States,

Gotta choose the Dark Lord of the Sith as he was one of my first Lego Star Wars Minifigures!

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By in Denmark,

BOTH Captain Red Beard AND Queen Amidala were opening a new era of minifigs. Love 'em both!

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By in Poland,

Johnny Thunder, with his dashing smile and stache, and that iconic slouch hat, plus he's the protagonist of my beloved theme of classic Adventurers, and because I'm an aspiring archaeologist myself. And sure, because of that I could pick Indiana Jones, but: don't have Indy's minifig, and I prefer original Lego themes more than Licenced ones.

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By in United Kingdom,

Red spaceman all the way.

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By in United Kingdom,

If it's Star Wars, it's not LEGO: it's Star Wars.

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By in United Kingdom,

Tough choice between Redbeard and Johnny Thunder, but had to opt for Mr Thunder as I thankfully still own him as he was hidden in my Lego movie studios rather than all the Lego I foolishly got rid of as a teenager.

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By in Venezuela,

Darth Vader

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By in United Kingdom,

Voted for the Spaceman out of pure nostalgia, as he was my first ever figure with moveable arms. Seems like yesterday, although nearly forty years have passed. Still got my 'Planet Patrol' guys and reckon I'll get them out for a bit of a play later on. Long live Lego, cheers everybody ...

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By in United Kingdom,

I somehow managed to talk myself out of every minifigure on there. I like Indiana Jones but it puts me off that he looks bald. Boba Fett obviously has an unusual amount of printing but I think he doesn't really look that much like the character. Beats me how Sonic did so well.

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By in United States,

I voted for the Hot Dog Guy, love the look of this minifigure.

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By in Spain,

Captain Redbeard, for sure. Although you can love other minifigures, like Star Wars characters, we all have a Captain Redbeard, which has been with us many times!! Go Captain Redbeard, go!!

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By in United Kingdom,

Ouch!
I find your lack of good UX convention disturbing.
Radio Labels should be bound to the inputs with the link to the item separate.
I'll get my coat :)

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By in United States,

SONIC THE HEDGEHOG!!!!!!!!!! Ü

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By in United States,

@BooTheMightyHampster dimensions pack

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By in Bulgaria,

None of these. Without "other" option this is forcing some voters to pick whatever or the most commented down here.

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By in United States,

But I am I bit upset the no one else voted for Sonic.
;-;

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By in United States,

@bheil if there were an "other" option it would definitely win and then the poll would be useless.

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By in United States,

I voted for the classic red spaceman as that brings back memories from my childhood and the space stations I had built. But a close second was the Hazmat guy who was my first CMF when coming out of my dark ages.

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By in United Kingdom,

Red Spaceman! Kind of prefer white, but red is never far away.
And they don't make orange... ;-)

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By in United States,

Johnny Thunder, hands down.

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By in Canada,

Captain Redbeard, obviously.

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By in United States,

Boba Fett UCS Slave 1 has such good printing and detail.
Couldn't let him down.
FORTNITE BATTLE PACKS LEGO

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By in United States,

Ranking these:
12 - Sonic. At least 20 other superhero / other genre minifigs that should have been in "licensed" subpool.
11 - Johnny Thunder. In my dark ages.
10 - Hazmat Guy. LOTS of cooler collectable minifigs.
9 - Indiana Jones. Good to have Harrison Ford in final vote, but Han Solo minifigs better.
8 - Captain Redbeard. See #11. But like pirates more.
7 - Poison Ivy. Nice, but a bunch of Batman minifigs alone that I liked more.
6 - Benny. Liked Vitruvius minifig more, and only "plus" over Red Classic is broken chin guard
5 - Darth Vader. Can't believe he's this low, but victim of original source not being fancy enough. And lava.
4 - Hot Dog Man. One of my listings in original poll, and just a great fun toy.
3 - Red Classic Spaceman. Pure nostalgia.
2 - Boba Fett. Definitely wins award for "most improved" from early issues
1 - Queen Amidala. Most unique base of any minifig, terrific headpiece, one of my top choices in original poll. Best example of minifig surpassing the set included in.

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By in United States,

For me it's between Captain Redbeard and Johnny Thunder. I ended up voting for the Captain. Amazing detailed minifigures on this list would be Boba Fett and Poison Ivy.

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By in United States,

Hazmat Guy. I'd love to have one. I only actually own Hot Dog Guy and Boba Fett but those were easy gets.

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By in Denmark,

I don’t know if I have a favorite, but if “forced” I will choose Darth Malgus (sw413).

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By in United Kingdom,

I'm obsessed with Star Wars minifigs but it all started with red and white spacemen

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By in United States,

Really Brick Daddy made the list. But it's gotta be CS Red.

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By in United Kingdom,

Tempted to say Benny or the Classic red spaceman, but I just love the Hazmat gut. Those sweat beads on his face and perfect accessories.

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By in United Kingdom,

This is a pretty poor selection, IMO. no Iron Man suits at least?

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By in United States,

Choosing between Johnny Thunder and Captain Redbeard was a lot tougher than I thought. Both gave me so much fun and adventure when I was a kid! However, in the end, I had to go with Captain Redbeard. Johnny is more versatile, and I still make up stories with him involved (searching for Bigfoot! Trying to save his friend, the president of the country San Godofredo, from a violent takeover by Señor Palomar! Finding the final resting place of Captain Redbeard's treasure--which happens to be on King Kahuka's island, where Redbeard and the other pirates eventually settled down to a life of peace and prosperity. And so on.).

However, when it comes down to it, Redbeard was just slightly more important to me. My hair used to be red, so I was happy to see a fellow red-haired minifigure. Pirates came out the year I was born, so I had more time with them than with Johnny. And the Pirates theme remains one of my favorite Lego themes of all time. So Redbeard it is . . . barely.

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By in Netherlands,

[any colour] Classic Spaceman, but Captain Redbeard is in close pursuit.

My wildcard goes to Freestyle Timmy... he dragged me out of my Dark Ages :p

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By in New Zealand,

Poison Ivy for me. Mainly due to the hair piece which is my favourite of all time.

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By in Germany,

Captain Redbeard is my favorite, hands down.

Any Classic Space figure is also great, but Redbeard is so much cooler on so many levels, yet still part of the "Classic" era.

The newer ones don't really do it for me, only Boba Fett is truly a worthy contender imho.
Johnny Thunder I never heard of until I became a member of the Brickset community, and Indy, while a cool character, as a theme happened during my dark ages, so I have no sentimental attachment to these sets and figures at all.

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By in United Kingdom,

Red beard, for the childhood memories.

Pirates bringing in glorious faces with moustaches and eyepatches, stubble and (red) beards. Peg legs and parrots.

Whilst the modern minifigs are cool, great printing and superb designs (for me) they just do not come close to the pure joy and memories of the classics. Castle and Pirates were trailblazing.

Spaceman just doesn’t do it, not unique enough and I preferred swords and guns to lasers and drills.

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By in United States,

I had to go with Captain Redbeard since he and his theme started faces printed with more than just a smile and the first modified legs and hands. Also LEGO racers nostalgia :)

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By in United Kingdom,

Definitely Captain Redbeard for me. I remember as a child being mesmerised by this character and all the pirate minifigs when they first came out. Can't believe that's almost 30 years ago.

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By in United States,

Indiana Jones.
It captures in this small form, the spirit and the feel of the movies together with his sets. The hat, satchel and whip all iconic and playable.
“Professor of Archaeology, expert on the occult, and how does one say it… obtainer of rare antiquities.” ;)

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By in United States,

It had to be Johnny Thunder for me. It was between him and Redbeard. And while I appreciate the significance of the pirate's theme introducing facial expressions, Adventurers was one of my main themes as a kid.

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By in United States,

Oh. Benny is going up against another Classic Spaceman. That makes me feel much better about his inclusion in the list he was put in.

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By in United Kingdom,

Has to be Johnny Thunder for me; he was one of the first unique character minifigures who I ever owned - pirates being just before I was old enough to be interested - and is always going to be symbolic of that LEGO era for me.

Though there will be no complaints here if the end result goes to Redbeard instead; he's equally deserving of the win ^^

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By in Australia,

Johnny Thunder!!!! Johnny Thunder must win!

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By in United States,

I am a Star Wars guy but I had to go with Johnny Thunder, Darth Vader came close but had Darth Revan been here I would not have doubted (seems I missed the licensed figures poll).

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By in Norway,

Go Johnny, go!

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By in Ireland,

None of these are close to my favourite so I won't vote.

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By in Netherlands,

Johnny Thunder. Because in a homegrown theme lego made a legend. He's both Indiana Jones and Steve Irwin. And because he represents one (or two if you count Orient Expedition as separate) of the best themes ever. He's still classic. And despite being simpler than others on the list, his design is a good case of less is more. Even his colour palette is pleasing and invocative of the theme around him.

I really hope he wins

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By in Italy,

3. Boba Fett
2. Indiana Jones
1. Queen Amidala — it’s superlative!!!

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By in France,

? Poison Ivy, the sexiest and cutest by far 8]. Too bad i do not even own this minifig :/.

Captain Redbeard would have been a good choice too, as The Bad Guy of my childhood Lego World :D.
Classic red spaceman would have been a good one too.

But actually i like much more some of the Creator, City, and collectible minfigures, especially when they bring new and detailed clothes/faces/accessories, instead of all of these licenses related products (Star Wars, DC, etc.), even if i own some of course ;).

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By in United States,

Johnny Thunder all the way!

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By in Serbia,

I went with Queen Amidala. It is such an unique minifigure, it really stands out.
Poison Ivy and Boba Fett are so well detailed though! :)

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By in United Kingdom,

Red Classic Spaceman.
I had SO many of him from sets as a boy, along with his white counterpart.

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By in United States,

For me it was tough to choose between Captain Redbeard and Sonic the Hedgehog, but ultimately I chose Sonic just because of how surprised I was that he was made. Dimensions brought us a lot of cool minifigs.

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By in United Kingdom,

I feel classic Castle MFs trounce almost all of these save Captain Redbeard and supreme original Classic Spaceman who surpasses them for the sheer simplicity of iconic design and colour.

Honourable mention has to be Indiana Jones whose design backwardly nails not only the film character but also the Lego persona and minifigure culture if such a thing exists. Proportion of accessories and prints make Indy blend in seamlessly with all classic MFs somehow. Nevertheless Spaceman still wins.

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By in Australia,

As much as I adored Sonic the Hedgehog as a minifig (and I really), ultimately, I just couldn't look past Captain Redbeard.

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By in Australia,

Hazmat guy all the way. I've only got one of him, but I really wish I had 30 or so so I could make a funny 'reactor meltdown' MOC.

(I'd probs need some scientists too)

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By in United States,

I chose the TLBM Poison Ivy, because she is just such an incredible, detailed Minifigure.

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By in United States,

I decided to give into my love of Star Wars and give my vote to the newest Darth Vader. Star Wars has always been one of my favorite franchises and I continue to watch the movies, new and old. Not only that, but Darth Vader is such an iconic villain in cinema history. I understand why people would vote for different figures and why a different figure would win, rightfully so, as this isn't about personal love for franchises, rather the classic figures that have been associated with Lego and one of the leading factors that bring us here as a community. Plus, many of the members here are AFOLs and have grown up with all the classic figures of the 80's and 90's. However, the TFOLS and the KFOLs have been around far less longer and often pick from Licensed themes since Lego doesn't make many original themes anymore...

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By in Canada,

Classic Spaceman, mainly for nostalgia.

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By in United States,

Hard time deciding between Fett and Red Beard. Red Beard is all I cared about as a kid and Pirates theme was my obsession that my low income family just couldn't fulfill. I had to work hard to buy my own sets, so Red Beard represents the many lawns mowed and money saved to purchase my first pirate ship The Skull's Eye Schooner. But now that I have money to purchase what I want and the theme has been acquired, Boba Fett takes the cake. I also grew up with Star Wars, specifically Return of the Jedi, and Boba Fett has long been my favorite character, although his brief appearance in Episode 6 is a little disappointing.

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By in United States,

Sonic by far was the best minifigure out of all of these. Hotdog Suit Man was a close second.

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By in Romania,

Well my absolute favorite is Dr Inferno, but i went with Johnny Thunder due to childhood.

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By in United States,

I ended up going with Queen Amidala, for her uniqueness & overall great fig. Her printing is fantastic. I would’ve chosen Ivy had it been specified it was the Movie one.

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By in United Kingdom,

Johnny Thunder!

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By in Australia,

My birthday is on the 24th!! By the way Sonic all the way

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By in United Kingdom,

Be interesting to see how the votes are split by age of the voter. For me it was Redbeard for the sheer iconic and nostalgic value. Star Wars and Superheroes are great, and along with the CMF line have brought some great innovations and leaps forward in minifig design, but to me Redbeard is the original innovator.

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By in Russian Federation,

To me Redbeard = Lego, his image was burned into my brain, I never had him, but he looked so cool from the catalogs, advertisments, shows and videogames.

He's so unique and then simple to figure out. He's a pirate captain, you know what to do!

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By in Australia,

I CAN’T CHOOSE!

(I am aware that this statement is entirely unhelpful)

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By in United Kingdom,

Jonny Thunder and Indiana Jones, together at last!

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By in United Kingdom,

Captain Redbeard. Such a charming, classic figure.

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By in United Kingdom,

Classic Space Man

It was ground breaking and included in so many wonderful original sets, not drawn from any 3rd party. It embodies the tennants of creativity and play which are staples of the lego brand. The fact it re-emerged as Benny is testament to this. It was a historical landmark in minifigure history. It's not just the nostalgia factor that holds it up.

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By in United Kingdom,

I have to say Redbeard. A truly iconic design.

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By in United States,

Easy choice. My wife and I realized we both had Hazmat Guy on display in our individual office cubicles before we started dating...

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By in Netherlands,

That was a difficult choice.
I chose Johnny Thunder. I loved that theme.

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By in Germany,

I still think there should be the skeleton in this poll. I never would have expected such a 'character' in a childrens toy set.

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By in United States,

I still like pepper roni as my fav, but johnny thunder is a good second. (i still enjoy the lego island video games) i wish they made a rocket racer mini fig

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By in Netherlands,

I vote Benny. Have most of the others but nine have captured the heart as much as this ‘lil ‘ol retro dude.

Think Sonic is an odd choice, no where in his parts is a proper minifig head!

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By in United States,

Boba Fett, at your service.

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By in United States,

I feel like this will come down to Boba Fett vs red space man, but I went right the Hazmat guy. They’re all great figures but he just has this extra bit of modern LEGO goodness that I am having a hard time defining.

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By in United States,

I’m saddened to see that Silver Centurion didn’t make the shortlist. That said, the printing, moulding, and accessories of Poison Ivy from TLBM were fantastic. Enough to earn my vote.

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By in Canada,

Captain Red Beard all the way. Early example of a unique face print and along with the peg leg and hook hand, it was a truly unique and brilliantly conceived of minifigure.

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By in Netherlands,

Though my love for lego started with the pirates lego theme and as a kid I really liked captain red beard with his pegleg and hook my favorite minifig from that theme was Will the cabin boy. I choose Johnny Thunder as my favorite, I did not get to know this character later in life as a lego collector but absolutely love him, for this guy has had the most diverse lego adventures traveling all over the lego world and even chasing dinosaurs sporting the same outfit and ofcourse his awesome moustache makes him a super cool dude!

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By in United States,

Boba Fett was the best one on this list. He might be my favorite all-time, but there's a lot of good ones that weren't choices.

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By in United Kingdom,

Indy!

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By in United Kingdom,

Sung to the music of Spaceman by Babylon Zoo ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCbAEkfXSDE ):

Spaceman
I always wanted you to vote
Classic Spaceman (best minifigure of all time)
Spaceman
I always wanted you to vote
Classic Spaceman (best minifigure of all time)

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By in United Kingdom,

CLASSIC. RED. SPACEMAN. FTW!

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By in Canada,

Johnny Thunder. So many good memories.

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By in United States,

Classic pirate sets you cannot go wrong with!!! Captain Red Beard!!!

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By in Australia,

Out of this selection, the Classic Red Spaceman is my No 1. The original Motorcycle Policeman with his white helmet was my fave when I was a child.

Absolutely because my father was one - a Motorcycle Policeman, not a Minifig. :)

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By in United States,

My vote is for Johnny Thunder - primarily from nostalgia. I'll say though, while Indiana's a great licensed minifigure here, and still holds up ten years later, I think Thunder is a great example of how LEGO can learn from other media and adapt their own, LEGO version of things - he takes inspiration but feels distinct in his own way as well. We could use an Adventurers revival, imo

Classic Spaceman and Captain Redbeard are worthy contenders who play a huge role in the history of the LEGO minifigure as a brand though - Redbeard is just plain a cool fig, and I think Classic Spaceman's simplicity is a key secret to its charm.

See, to me - Boba Fett, Darth Vader Mk2 Helmet and Poison Ivy feel like wrong choices. They have a beautiful level of detail, and I appreciate that, but I also feel they lack some of the blockiness of the LEGO charm. I'm a huge fan of LEGO licensed themes but that's my take.

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By in Belgium,

Captain Redbeard, of course! :D

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By in Australia,

Going purely on quality and detail, Poison Ivy wins hands-down, IMO. No other figure on this list has such intricate printing, dual moulding, and fine detail.

I have a feeling that nostalgia is going to play a big factor here, though.

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By in Germany,

^ And why shouldn't it? The poll isn't called "What's thee best minifigure?" (which would be impossible to answer in any conclusive way), but instead "What is your favourite minfigure?". It's all about subjectivity, and supposedly objective things like "quality and detail" may play a role in this decision, but so will nostalgia and many other more emotional factors, which is just fine for a fun little poll like this.

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By in United States,

Favorite? so tough! My son Jace (4) says his favorite is:

Iron Spy

He's not a real one, just one that he made up. Those are the best!

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By in Netherlands,

My gut reaction was Redbeard, but that would mean having to betray red spacedude. I could never do that.

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By in United States,

My favorite out of these? Red spaceman. Pure nostalgia. Best figure though? UCS Boba Fett.

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By in United States,

I voted for Darth and then realized Sonic was probably in there. :(

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By in United States,

I personally chose Boba fett because of his over all details and his over confident facial expression.

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By in Slovenia,

It would be nice to have thumbnails besides their names.

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By in Tunisia,

For several years classic red spaceman, captain red beard & some few others accompany me on my desk... But my avatar is the red classic spaceman, so he's my preferred one :)

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By in France,

UFO aliens and darth maul were some of my favourites as a child, but I still wouldn't vote them, then again most of the time we were mixing parts to make our custom minifigs

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By in United Kingdom,

Hot Dog Guy because I like Hot Dogs

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By in Iran,

I seriously Love around 10 of them but my vote is Sonic!That is because of that I don't have it!It never relisd in my Country!

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By in Italy,

Benny for me. He represents the new course of LEGO group, mixing movie’s marvelous sets with tradition :)

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By in United States,

I don't care for any of these really but if I had to pick one I guess it'd be Darth Vader.

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By in United States,

I have to give a shout-out to "Sloth" from the Goonies dimensions, got to be one of the best minifigs ever imho.

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By in Canada,

Hazmat guy stands above all of these choices.
I'm surprised that no batman minifigs made the list. Especially since it was a series. My fave is rock n roll batman, ( gene Simmons) but batman with the floating swim circle and pink batman are a close second and third. I agree with Fordtruckin, I wish I had 50 hazmat dudes. I do have 3 or 4 white ones and about 8 yellow ones. They are great.

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By in Australia,

Whilst my favorite is Boba, i'm gonna have to go with Poison Ivy. That figure is superb!

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By in United Kingdom,

What would be cool is if LEGO released a set with the top 4 or 5 from this vote. It may not be possible for licensing reasons, so perhaps just the top few non-licensed ones.

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By in Netherlands,

I've featured the poll in the Lego Discord server ( https://discord.gg/lego ), hope it will get some more votes this way :)

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By in United States,

Emmet!

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By in United States,

Red Beard. I remember opening Black Seas Barracuda for Christmas and being completely blown away. It ushered in a new era of Lego.

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By in United States,

Queen Amidala is my favorite from this list. She is very unique.

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By in Australia,

hazmat guy is the best

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By in United States,

you're making me choose between Ivy and Indy. dang I gotta choose Indy because nostalgia but I totally love the new Ivy. DC should make the real Ivy look like Lego's because she looks so good in that shade of green, plus I don't like how she's usually pretty scantily clad.

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By in Australia,

@Brick Dangerous: I wasn't saying that it shouldn't – as you said, this is a poll deciding what people subjectively prefer. Personally, I find figures with greater and more intricate detail more preferable to those without, but I can appreciate that others have different reasons for liking minifigures.

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By in Russian Federation,

i pesronally love new Vader figure . It is unique , has a character like non other figure, specially made style mold etc. And ofcourse Boba Fett but i got one from 75137 .

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By in Turkey,

Spaceman! White would have been better but.. no matter

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By in United States,

Poison Ivy was *very* close, but Red Spaceperson all the way

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