At the beginning of July, LEGO Stores changed out their Build-A-Minifigure bar and there are now some new elements for you to choose from. I picked out every single part of each element I could find at the station so some of the parts might be leftovers from last quarter.
For the torsos above, the most notable ones I found was the Kingdoms lion torso and the Monster Fighters jacket.
For the legs, there isn’t much that stand out. There is the Curtis Bolt Ultra Agents black legs with the blue screen that could be useful for some sci-fi characters. The blue jeans are good for any general use. Finally the white spaceman ones are also available.
For the head accessories, I’m not sure which ones are for this quarter because I forgot to document which ones were for last quarter so here’s everything I could find from my store. The selection at your store may vary but there should be some of these in all locations. As you can see, there’s a nice variety to choose from.
For the heads, again I apologize for not being sure which ones are from this quarter’s change out since my store was out of the new heads last quarter. However what I found in this selection are some pretty cool ones like the ghost head from Lord of the Rings and a couple of the female Ultra Agents ones.
Lastly for the accessoreis, some of the new ones include the the trans-pink mug, a bat, a toolbox, a goblet, binoculars, a backpack, a shovel, and a musket. I believe the katana was from last quarter.
Hopefully, this was somewhat helpful and if you haven’t been to the LEGO Store lately, you may be surprised at what you could find at the Build-A-Minifigure bar. Again, the selection at your store may vary a little so some of the parts you might not find at your location.
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