The first female minifigure to be reviewed for Series 7 on The Brick Fan is the Viking Woman. She is dressed in the brown outfit that we typically think of when we think of a female Viking. She also has a large skirt piece for the legs. The helmet and the hair comes as one single piece. There are two horn pieces to attach to the helmet. The minifig comes with a double-side face. One side is a happy one while the other is an angry one. The accessories included with the Viking Woman are a sword and shield. To feel for this figure, look for the large skirt piece and round shield.
The Tennis Ace is one of the more simple minifigures in Series 7. He has a white outfit and also a white bandana that only covers the front part of the face. He has a single sided face with an angry, determined expression. The spiky, blonde hair makes him stand out. His accessory includes a blue tennis racket. To feel for this minifig, the racket is a dead giveaway.
The Daredevil, like the Jungle Boy is another equivalent of another famous person, Evel Knievel. His primary colors are red, white, and blue. He has a white cape and has red colored hands which are his gloves. He also has brown hair which is in the same style as the Mechanic in Series 6. He has a double-sided face, one is a smiling, confident side and the other is a scared, “I’m going to crash” look. For his accessory, he has a white helmet with a star on the top. To look for the Daredevil, just feel for the helmet and the visor.
The Jungle Boy is pretty much the LEGO equivalent of Tarzan. He has fairly long brown hair and has a single-sided face with a big smile probably because he caught a monkey. For the torso, he’s pretty muscular and is wearing a bone necklace. His legs are printed with a brown cloth piece. His accessories include a monkey and two knives. To find the Jungle Boy in the packs, feel for the monkey and the knives which are attached together.
The Aztec Warrior is highly detailed and is one that many collectors look for to build their army of Aztec civilization. He has a green painted face and wears a large helmet that is shaped like an eagle. There is a printed necklace on the torso that has feathers as well as a shrunken head. He also has red pants with some detailing. His accessories include a gold spear as well as a printed shield. To find the Aztec Warrior, try to feel for the eagle helmet in conjunction with the spear and shield. Don’t confuse the helmet with the Galaxy Patrol’s armor.
The Grandma Visitor minifigure is obviously Little Red Riding Hood. LEGO probably couldn’t call her that maybe because of licensing. Other than the name, everything else about her screams Little Red Riding Hood. She has a red color scheme throughout the figure. The hood is solid red which is probably the first time we’ve seen it in red. Her cape is also solid red but this one is a little smaller than the ones I’ve seen before. Since, she is a little girl, she gets the solid red legs. For Grandma Visitor’s accessory, she get a basket which is a bendy rubber piece to bring over to Grandma. You can also store a piece of food (not included) assuming that it’s small enough to fit. To search for this minifig, the short legs are a dead giveaway as she is the only one to have those legs in Series 7.
Another minifigure in Series 7 that I really like is the Evil Knight. This is another minifig where you would want an army of. When you first see him, you’ll notice he is mostly in black armor which comes off. The torso does not have any printing but the legs do. The knight can’t be a knight without his sword, which is a dark gray color. Another thing you’ll notice is his shield which has a boar emblem. The eyes on the knight are red which gives him a possessed kind of look. The Evil Knight fits in with the Kingdom sets very well and is one that you should definitely pick up. To feel for this minifig in the packets, the shield is a very easy indicator along with the sword.