Review: 71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures (Part 2)

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71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures contains several unusual characters who inhabit the energetic Systar System and Harmony Town. They are the subject of this review and include a superb group of minifigures from The Wizard of Oz alongside four colourful musicians and three wearing peculiar costumes!

You can read the first section of our review here or continue reading below for part two...

Minifigures

Costumed minifigures were the focus of 71021 Collectable Minifigures Series 18 so I was surprised to learn that similar characters would appear here. Nevertheless, I am pleased with the Crayon Girl who wears an enormous crayon costume, featuring an attractive purple and lavender colour scheme along with some lovely flower designs on both sides of the figure.

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Removing the costume reveals a plain lavender torso with purple hands underneath. Matching colours adorn the dual-moulded legs and the double-sided head includes two different smiles. The expression with closed eyes could prove to be particularly useful as designs like that one are relatively rare, even though almost 11,000 unique minifigures have been produced since 1978!

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

The creative Crayon Girl carries a simple drawing of a minifigure's head which is printed on a white 2x2 tile. This is a fun accessory and it could be used in many different environments beyond the Collectable Minifigures. I am particularly pleased that the purple sketch matches the girl's costume, suggesting that she has actually drawn it herself using the conical tip above her head!

Giraffe Guy is the latest in a popular series of minifigures wearing animal costumes and this example is among the most impressive such characters! I love the enormous headgear which greatly increases his height beyond standard minifigures and includes tremendous moulded detail, featuring ears, horns and a reddish brown mane down its back. The printed pattern looks great too and I like the bright light yellow base colour.

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

Two smiles are printed on the head and the patterned coat continues across the entire minifigure, even on the arms! In addition, a pair of dual-moulded bright light yellow and reddish brown legs are included, completing an excellent costumed minifigure that seems likely to prove extremely popular, especially if you enjoyed 71021 Collectable Minifigures Series 18.

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

A bright green plant is included, consisting of three leaves and a stem. This component was introduced with Neville Longbottom in the Wizarding World Collectable Minifigures series and I hope to see it more frequently in the future as I think this has the potential to be useful for a variety of applications.

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The final costumed minifigure is the Watermelon Dude. This unusual character is dressed as a slice of watermelon which seems odd, although I like the bright colour scheme. The costume is decorated with some black seeds and there is a gap so you can view the double-sided head. Unusually, this includes two identical expressions but one side is wearing sunglasses while the other is not.

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

A plain green shirt is found underneath the watermelon costume and this features dual-moulded short sleeves. The legs are also dual-moulded with white and pink plastic, complementing the colours of the watermelon slice. I would rather the green triangles on the thighs had been excluded though, leaving a simple combination of white and pink that would look good and could be used more easily elsewhere.

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

Printed watermelon slices have been available for several years but this element is unique, featuring a pink design. It therefore matches the Watermelon Dude which is fun and I like the tiny seeds printed on this 1x1 quarter circle tile, although the existing red watermelon slice was perfect so an updated version does not seem entirely necessary in my opinion.

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Several villainous characters from The Wizard of Oz appeared in 70917 The Ultimate Batmobile from 2017 but Dorothy Gale and her friends are only available here. This minifigure looks wonderful when compared with the film and wears a blue and white dress with a gingham pattern, the lower section of which is formed using a fabric component. In addition, dual-moulded arms depict short sleeves which are an accurate detail.

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However, the most important feature of Dorothy's attire are definitely her famed ruby slippers. These are printed around the feet and really stand out against the rest of the minifigure, as one would hope. The hair piece is made from rubber which is slightly disappointing but it looks superb and the double-sided head features a smile and a worried expression, both of which are perfect for this character.

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

Toto accompanies Dorothy on her adventures in the Land of Oz so is included with this minifigure. He was depicted as a Cairn Terrier in the movie from 1939 and this component looks perfect in relation to the source material, featuring an accurate dark bluish grey colour scheme along with some lovely light bluish grey highlights. A white version of this dog appeared with the Dog Show Winner in the sixteenth series of Collectable Minifigures and I think both designs look magnificent.

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Three residents of Oz also assist Dorothy on her journey to the Emerald City, including the Cowardly Lion who believes that he requires courage. This minifigure is based upon Bert Lahr's portrayal of the character from the 1939 movie, standing on its hind legs and featuring a textured mane which fits over a standard minifigure head. This looks fantastic when compared with the film and the two expressions capture the lion's personality perfectly.

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

Medium nougat dominates this minifigure while the head is a brighter shade of nougat, contrasting with the other elements. I like the printed fur on both sides of the torso and the legs while a row of claws are found on each feet. The lion also includes a tail which is made from rubber and slots between the torso and the legs, as demonstrated below.

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The Cowardly Lion receives a medal to represent courage from the Wizard of Oz and that accessory is included here. It is printed on a trans-clear 1x2 tile and matches the classic film exactly, featuring a red and white striped ribbon along with a metallic gold medallion. A unique element would have been ideal but this is an excellent alternative.

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Tin Man, meanwhile, requires a heart. This minifigure is among my favourites in the entire series and corresponds exactly with the onscreen character, consisting almost entirely of pearl silver parts with a lovely metallic finish. This technique is unusual but it works well here, especially on the torso where a few areas are not covered by the metallic silver printing, giving the impression of subtle scratches.

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

Another unusual feature appears on the Tin Man's face which includes a nose! LEGO minifigures rarely include noses but I think this example is appropriate as the character's nose appears prominently in the movie. Moreover, he features a brand new funnel-shaped hat and a pearl silver bow tie. Two spare ties are included, presumably because this component is extremely small so could be lost very easily.

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

Tin Man carries a pearl silver axe on his journey to meet the Wizard of Oz and this accessory is brand new in pearl silver. However, the printed 1x1 heart-shaped tile that represents his ticking heart is more impressive in my opinion. This piece has been created for The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part and it looks marvellous here, closely resembling the ticking watch that appeared in the original movie.

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Previous series of Collectable Minifigures have included a Scarecrow but this design is unique, taking direct inspiration from 1939's The Wizard of Oz. His dark green attire features some holes which show the straw inside and I like the rags around his neck as well as the rope belt. A few patches are printed on the legs too and these correspond exactly with the film, showing remarkable attention to detail.

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

I am similarly impressed with the textured detail on the head and this minifigure comes with a new hat, corresponding exactly with the classic film. Choosing one colour for the band around the Scarecrow's hat may have been challenging as the band seems to change for different scenes during the movie, sometimes appearing dark green rather than a sandy colour. Nevertheless, I think medium nougat looks great in this instance.

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Scarecrow desperately wants a brain at the beginning of The Wizard of Oz and is eventually given a diploma in the field of Thinkology by the wizard! Its design is not shown clearly in the original movie so the graphic designer has created a certificate of achievement which features an attractive metallic gold design around the edge and a red stamp at the bottom.

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Vitruvius made reference to Wyldstyle's name changes during The LEGO Movie, apparently resulting from insecurities about her own personality. Flashback Lucy suggests that the character was once a pop star who dressed in bright colours and actually created Everything is Awesome, a song that later represents everything that she dislikes about Bricksburg! This minifigure therefore features a singing face along with a smile on its double-sided head.

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In addition, Lucy's hair piece remains the same but it now includes some magenta and medium azure streaks, corresponding with the colourful graffiti that appears on other versions of the character. I love this blue attire as well. It is decorated with metallic silver bubbles and definitely seems appropriate for Lucy during her days as a pop singer.

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The minifigure comes with a magenta microphone and a printed 2x3 tile, represent a golden record. It would seem that Everything is Awesome achieved impressive sales, hence receiving gold certification. I look forward to learning how this interesting period in Lucy's life will relate to The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part!

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Three additional musicians complete this series of Collectable Minifigures, residing in Harmony Town. Hula Lula is presumably a tropical singer so wears a garland of pink flowers around her neck and her dress is decorated with matching floral designs which look delightful. The green fabric skirt appears to take inspiration from nature as well, including a tattered edge that loosely resembles foliage.

71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures

Lula's lime green hair piece was originally designed for the Diner Waitress from the eleventh series of Collectable Minifigures but it looks fantastic here, including a pink swirl at the front to complement the flowers. The minifigure comes with a magenta microphone and a printed record, the design of which matches Flashback Lucy's golden record so may indicate that this character was also involved in the creation of Everything is Awesome.

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Kitty Pop features a similarly bright colour scheme which is dominated by the brand new vibrant coral shade that was only introduced this year. Her face is decorated with whiskers and features a nice smile on one side and a singing expression on the other, corresponding with Flashback Lucy. This hair piece with cat ears has appeared on a few previous occasions and it suits Kitty Pop perfectly, as one would expect.

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This minifigure also includes a flexible tail and the feline theme continues on her attire, which features an intricate leopard pattern. I like the short sleeves and the contrasting white highlights look attractive beside the vibrant coral elements. Kitty Pop carries a printed electric guitar featuring tiger stripes and she is also equipped with a magenta microphone.

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My favourite of the musicians is Candy Rapper, whose lurid pink colour scheme and tutu reminds me of the excellent N-Pop Girl from The LEGO NINJAGO Movie. The dark pink hair piece includes a pink streak at the front and a metallic silver star is printed on its side. Matching metallic silver stars appear on her dress alongside a series of pink and white strips.

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This simple design lines up neatly with the striped tutu and continues on Candy Rapper's dual-moulded legs, creating a minifigure that really stands out, even among the other colourful musicians! Naturally, a magenta microphone is provided with this minifigure and she comes with a printed trans-clear cassette tape as well.

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Overall

Outlandish characters are a consistent attribute of the LEGO movies and 71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures certainly offers an unusual selection. The four minifigures from The Wizard of Oz, who will reportedly appear in Harmony Town during the movie, received an exceptionally positive reaction when the series was revealed and those minifigures are absolutely outstanding!

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In addition, I appreciate the costumed minifigures and the new versions of familiar characters such as President Business and Abraham Lincoln are wonderful. I am less enamoured with the musicians and would have preferred some alternative characters from Apocalypseburg or the Systar System instead. Nevertheless, this is a thoroughly enjoyable series of Collectable Minifigures on the whole.

I hope you have found this review informative. Let us know by liking this article and share your thoughts on the minifigures in the comments below.

This set was provided for review by The LEGO Group but the review is an expression of my own opinions.

50 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

Just got five from the Argos in Worcester and I got told that all Argos stores where only given 25 and not a full box of 60. I love this series and I'm ecstatic to get the other 15

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By in United States,

Love the Wizard Of Oz characters. Lego really hit the mark with them!! I'd say the long wait was worth it.

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By in United Kingdom,

Lego did a really nice job on these. Exceptional level of detail! Probably wont get any of them cos I can't think of anything I would use them for. Tempted by the Wizard of Oz figs just cos they're iconic, although I don't get what's so good about the movie.

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By in United Kingdom,

Thanks for the detailed and enthusiastic reviews, Cap'n.

This set of CMFs loses something with its incoherence, sadly. Plenty of CMF series haven't had a unifying theme, but this one is somehow worse; it's almost as if they didn't have enough minifigures to make a TLM2 selection, but had characters who were rejected or left over from other series and just threw them in here. This has led to a series which almost contains sub-series within it, rather than being a series based truly on the film.

(Love that Watermelon Dude though!)

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By in United Kingdom,

Is that a bow-tie on the Tin-man or is that a winged collar? It's always got me since that Alfred figure that looked like it had two bow-ties...

Excellent review, though, as per!

EDIT: Also, what's up with the printing on Lucy's face? Looks a bit blurry...

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By in United States,

I agree that the inclusion of a nose on the Tin Man is unusual, but aren’t noses also shown here on the Cowardly Lion and the Scarecrow? Are their noses somehow different that they don’t warrant a mention? The costumed figures are interesting, but the Wizard of Oz figures are absolutely brilliant. Hopefully the singer figures will garner a greater level of interest and appreciation after seeing the movie.

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By in Canada,

Wow I love that scarecrow! Looks like a fun series.

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By in United States,

The back view of the Cowardly Lion wins the prize for the most inappropriate photo ever posted on BrickSet. :)

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By in United Kingdom,

Is it just me or does the printing on Wyldstyle's singing mouth look horrendously bad? Production error?

Will pick up Giraffe Dude and the Oz figures, fun to have and certainly resellable in the future if I fall into hard times.

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By in Sweden,

I don't like the singers (the tile Lucy have tho...) and Wizard of Oz characters. The others are ok IMO. Could've been a better selection of minifigs. Mistakes happens :/

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By in United States,

Thank you guys for addressing the issues with the Scarecrow figure. I rewatched part s of the film with him in it and it's distinctly green. However in older versions of the film or even the prop at the Smithsonian the aging of it makes it look tan. The diploma is like you said hard to read but it would be cool if they put doctor of thinkology instead. Great figures, really hope we get the Wizard and Glinda somehow. Be great if they released an 80th-anniversary set.

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By in United Kingdom,

Well this is an interesting story, I brought 5 of the figures and I got Tin Man but he only had on of the heart tiles and it was damaged so the LEGO Customer Service Team offered me 2 free Harry Potter CMF's but then messaged me that they where out of stock of the HP CMFs then the customer service rep kindly gave me £15 in VIP points, If you ever have an issue the LEGO Customer Service is a great way to resolve the issue. I would give the Customer Service a 5 out of 5 stars.

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By in United Kingdom,

Dorothy's head & Hair, Kitty Pop's guitar & Candy Rapper's hair are the parts I'd hunt down. I can see a use for them.

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By in United States,

The whole line is great, but other than President Business, Vest Friend Rex and Abe Lincoln I don't have any other pnes I am interested.

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By in United Kingdom,

Are the Tin Man's hands Flat Silver too?

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By in United Kingdom,

Nice selection of minifigs. S18 didn't really appeal to me, but these mostly look really good. Also noticed a few bits that might interest monofig collectors (at least those that don't mind wiped parts)

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By in United States,

The giraffe guys two expressions look like many other costume characters’ faces, but perhaps they’re different slightly. Gonna stock up on the wizard of oz figures. They’ll be worth a lot some day.

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By in United States,

Crayon Girl is the best figure in the series for me, she's just so adorable!
Ever since LEGO Dimensions I've been waiting for the other Wizard of Oz characters to be released. Here's Hoping A-Team and Sonic get a similar treatment down the line!

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By in United States,

Sweet! I need those wizard of Oz people and that amazing toolbox of Benny's for my classic space planet...

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By in United States,

Just beautiful. Follow the yellow BRICK road

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By in Poland,

All of the OZ characters look ALMOST the same as they did in Dimensions. Shame the ruby shoes are no tiles like in games. They looked more Lego.

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By in Hungary,

After looking at his pictures you realize that he's in fact a Lucky Lion. ))

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By in United States,

I am really excited for this series! I’m definitely getting Abe Lincoln, Swamp creature, unikitty, Dorothy, cowardly lion, Rex Dangervest and giraffe guy. I don’t know about tin man and/or scarecrow (to complete the Oz set) or Lucy cause I like that hood and I really like the apocalypse version of her.

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By in United States,

When are these released? U.S.?

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By in United States,

The tiger guitar just screams hair metal - will be a pretty good stand-in for my George Lynch sunburst tiger.

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By in Australia,

I don't collect minifigures at all, but those Wizard of Oz minifigures are outstanding and apparently, now, I must have them !

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By in Australia,

Not sure what cowardly lion is looking so sad about, I’d be made up!

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By in United Kingdom,

That lion really is packing some heat!

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By in United Kingdom,

I don't get why they printed the hips of the scarecrow green. There is no side print (or back print) on the hips. This would have looked better without the green print, which seems quite wonky too.

And for Dorothy, I wish they would print skirts onto the legs, even if they supply the cloth skirt. That way, you can decide whether to display with or without the cloth skirts. These look odd to me, as the top of her dress is printed, whereas the bottom is fabric.

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By in Spain,

I'm looking forward the four Wizard of Oz figures, as I already have 71221 Wicked Witch from Lego Dimensions (this can be another way to get it, instead of 70917 The Ultimate Batmobile if you don't want the two flying monkeys). Thanks for the review!

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By in United Kingdom,

That is the lion’s tail isn’t it?

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By in United States,

Giraffe Guy and Dorothy (mainly for Toto)

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By in United Kingdom,

A long shot maybe but has anyone seen these in stores in the Netherlands yet?

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By in United States,

@CapnRex101 is there a spot on top of the Cowardly Lion's mane to attach a hair bow?

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By in United States,

For anybody in the USA who has a Kroger near them, you might want to check because the one closest to me had a bunch of these Minifigures. I managed to get all the ones I wanted! They were located in the seasonal( now Valentine’s Day) section on a cardboard display with Piece offering poly bags, Benny’s space squad and unikittys sweetest friends ever. Hope this helps some people!

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By in United States,

WHITE! TAIL!

Sorry, just been waiting for one of those, either in cat or wolf style, for a very long time. Now if they'd just make a plain white version of the Minnie Mouse skirt...

The other three singers are missing their "with accessories" photos, and you can't really see their accessories from the back row of the group shot.

@bemahan:
If you look at stills from the 1939 film, the Tin Man has a stylized bow tie and tuxedo collar. The bow tie often looks crumpled such that you can barely tell what it is, but the tuxedo collar stays nice and crisp in every image I can find. To be more accurate to the film, they really should have printed the bow tie on the top edge of the torso.

@hiyelo:
I'm aware that MGM wanted the slippers to really draw your attention, so they changed them from silver to ruby because red really jumps off the screen at you (and consequently, WB, as the new owner of the film, owns the rights to the famous ruby slippers). Is there any other difference between book and film?

@collinsalvo:
Wizard of Oz was filmed in Technicolor, which is _NOT_ color film. At the time filming took place for that movie, the Technicolor process involved filming simultaneously onto three strips of B/W film stock, with each strip being filmed through a different RGB color filter. Consequently, each strip would film in B/W, but with different shading. In post, they would take the resulting three images for each frame of movie and print them together on one frame in CMYK, so that when they shipped the film it could be played on any standard projector. For its time, it was an amazing leap forward technologically, but it was not without its flaws. One of those was that the three RGB filters were not as precisely separated as they should have been, and certain colors on set would read a bit off on film. It's interesting to note that, because they were splitting the image between three different frames of film, the Technicolor processed used in 1939 required 3x as powerful lighting as a contemporary B/W film, resulting in temperatures of 100°F (38°C), and some of the cast members have complained about retinal damage due to the intensity of light on set. Guess they could have used Johnny Depp's special sunglass-tinted contact lenses.

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By in United States,

@Purple Dave: Among these figures there's not too much difference between the text of the book and the depictions in the film, other than that the Scarecrow (along with all citizens of the Munchkin country) wear blue in the books. Also, of course, the Cowardly Lion in the book is simply a talking lion, not an anthropomorphic one.

The Wicked Witch of the West minifigure from LEGO Dimensions (and the character from the original movie) diverge considerably more from the book, in that in the book she carried an umbrella rather than a broom, and only had one eye. Her skin was also never described as green. If anything, the main defining non-neutral colors of her color scheme would have been yellow, since she hails from the Winkie Country (all four countries in Oz are color-coded).

One of the Wicked Witch of the West's most clearly specified articles of clothing in the book is her enchanted golden cap, which forces the winged monkeys to obey her commands. She never wears the Golden Cap in the movie, but it DOES in fact make an appearance. The leader of the winged monkeys hands it to the Wicked Witch of the West after Glinda foils her plan to put the protagonists to sleep in the poppy fields.

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By in United States,

Is it odd that Kitty Pop is one of my favorites in this series? Maybe because I'm a furry...

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By in United States,

The Wizard of Oz figures look good for what they are, but... I really have no need or want for Wizard of Oz minifigs.

Only ones in this batch that're really "must haves" for me is that version of Rex, because of the hat and the dark blue baby raptor, and Apocalypseburg Abraham Lincoln because... well just because. I like the steampunk aesthetic, what can I say. I can pass on all the others quite easily.

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By in United Kingdom,

I really really like the giraffe - should be easy to find because of the head piece right?!

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By in United States,

I got the Wicked Witch of the West with the Ultimate Batmobile, so I'll have to pick up Dorothy, the Cowardly Lion, the Tin Man, and the Scarecrow.

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By in Australia,

@capnrex101 - how many Candy Rappers did you get in that box?

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By in United States,

I noticed a few changes in this minifig series. I’m curious if they have obvious reasons, or are simply production decisions:
1. The paper booklet included is now taped shut.
2. The bulk of the cowardly lion parts are in a secondary bag inside the packaging.
3. As mentioned in the review, the Tin man comes with 3 bowties. I find it odd though because there are plenty of other pieces just as small in other sets. Perhaps Ninjago came with two extra lower mask portions? It’s slipping my mind if they did.

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By in United States,

Awesome set! Only complaints are the taped checklists and the extra bag put in for the minifigs with rubberized pieces (Swamp Creature whip, Cowardly Lion and Kitty Pop tails) or dresses (Dorothy and Hula Lula) Not sure why Crayon girl had the extra bag. Going to make it a little harder to feel-search through the bags, unless we know ahead of time to differentiate the bags. But my LEGO Store was nice enough to let me buy one whole column of the box, so 1 of each was easy this time.

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By in United States,

@B_Space_Man:
1. The paper insert is not only taped shut, but it's made of lighter weight paper stock, it's slightly larger (maybe 50%), it's folded more times (5x6 vs 2x4), and it's apparently made of recycled paper (check the bottom right corner on the back for the FSC box). I read that some copies of the insert come without tape, but I cherry-picked slightly over half of the minifigs from this wave and never once opened one that came with an insert that wasn't taped. Fortunately, the tape is perforated so you can pretty much just pop it with your fingernail.
2. Several of the minifigs are packed this way. Offhand, I know Kitty Pop and the Tin Man are double bagged. The outer bag is also thinner material, and the packets are maybe 30% larger than previous waves. And with larger packets come larger cases. I've only seen one actual case in the wild, and since I didn't take it with me or collect dimensions, I have no idea how big it is in relation to the old case size.
3. Tin Man comes with zero bow ties. He does, however, come with three tuxedo collars, which look slightly bowtie-ish. The actual costume had both, but where the tuxedo collar was pretty consistent through the whole film and reads very well on screen, the bow tie is all crumpled up, does not stay the same shape through the whole film, and somewhat blends into his neck below the collar. To be accurate, the minifig should have had the bowtie added to the torso deco. I imagine they skipped it because, in truth, it looked terrible if you're actually paying attention to it.

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By in United States,

Really interesting that Lego have changed the bad design for these, which I find a little easier to "feel". And the move to 20 x 3 per box suggests there is a bit of an experiment going on as to how these make their way to collectors and casual buyer and kids alike. Would be interesting to hear what they have to say about it.

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By in United States,

*bag design. Really wish Apple autocorrect wasn't so disruptive.

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By in Australia,

The facial expressions on most of these are great. I love the Katy Perry minifigs. Definately need another lion to put a yellow face on him. Got 2 Dino guys just for the babies. Totally skipped Unikitty and the Apocalyse ones. The Apocalyptic Wyldstyle is definately the weakest of the bunch.

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