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LEGO Mixels Ending After 2016?

LEGO Mixels Series 9 Screeno (41578)

If you’re a LEGO Mixels fan, there may be some bad news about the theme. It was reported yesterday by Brickset that the fairly popular theme may be coming to an end after this year. There are some clues into this theory when the show’s producer on Cartoon Network, Jordan Reicheck stated that the last episode will premiere in September.

We already know there will be another wave of LEGO Mixels coming this October with Series 9 but there hasn’t been any information about any future waves and the rumored 2017 set list made no mention of them.

Of course, nothing is really set in stone as the show ending may not mean that the LEGO theme itself is ending. If you enjoyed the theme whether it be the weird characters or because they’re great parts packs, LEGO Mixels did have a good three year run. As people always say, hope for the best and prepare for the worst.

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LEGO Mixels Series 9 Official Images

CM4Sci has let us know that the official high-quality images for the LEGO Mixels Series 9 are now available via the Mixels Wiki. In this newest wave, the names of the three tribes are Newzers, Nindjas, and Trashoz. They continue to look more and more interesting as the theme goes on as they have some interesting pieces and make great parts packs.

Screeno (41578)

LEGO Mixels Series 9 Screeno (41578)

Camsta (41579)

LEGO Mixels Series 9 Camsta (41579)

Myke (41580)

LEGO Mixels Series 9 Myke (41580)


Cobrax (41575)

LEGO Mixels Series 9 Cobrax (41575)

Spinza (41576)

LEGO Mixels Series 9 Spinza (41576)

Mysto (41577)

LEGO Mixels Series 9 Mysto (41577)


Gobbol (41572)

LEGO Mixels Series 9 Gobbol (41572)

Sweepz (41573)

LEGO Mixels Series 9 Sweepz (41573)

Compax (41574)

LEGO Mixels Series 9 Compax (41574)


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LEGO Mixels Series 6 Images

Brickset has now posted images of the packets for the Series 6 wave of the LEGO Mixels sets that which come from Portuguese site BrincaLandia via the Mixels Wiki.

LEGO Mixels Series 6 introduces two new tribes with the Weldos which are a construction type Mixels and the Munchos which revolves around them eating food. Finally also returning are the Glorp Corp which were first seen in Series 3.

Thanks to Huw for the name of the Munchos tribe.

Weldos

LEGO Mixels Forx (41546) LEGO Mixels Kramm (41545) LEGO Mixels Wuzzo (41547)

Glorp Corp

LEGO Mixels Dribbal (41548) LEGO Mixels Gurggle (41549) LEGO Mixels Slusho (41550)

Munchos

LEGO Mixels Snax (41551) LEGO Mixels Berp (41552) LEGO Mixels Vaka-Waka (41553)

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LEGO Mixels Series 5 Images

LEGO Mixels Series 5 - Klinkers

Brickset has posted images of the Series 5 wave of the LEGO Mixels which shows all nine characters in the wave as well as the Max model for each tribe. These were spotted at Toy Fairs earlier in the year but photography of them were prohibited.

The Klinkers have a brown and grey color scheme and has a very steampunk feel to them. The Frosticons make their return with three more characters from the tribe. Finally, the Lixers are mainly yellow with their main features being their tongue.

The Series 5 LEGO Mixels are set to be released in June.

Update: The images were first found on the Mixels Wiki.

LEGO Mixels Series 5 - Frosticons

LEGO Mixels Series 5 - Lixers

Klinkers

LEGO Mixels Gox (41536) LEGO Mixels Jinky (41537) LEGO Mixels Kamzo (41538)

Frosticons

LEGO Mixels Krug (41539) LEGO Mixels Chilbo (41540) LEGO Mixels Snoof (41541)

Lixers

LEGO Mixels Spugg (41542) LEGO Mixels Turg (41543) LEGO Mixels Tungster (41544)

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LEGO City & LEGO Mixels Summer 2015 Set Rumors

There are more rumors of Summer 2015 sets coming out of both Eurobricks and Brickset this morning. First off, Eurobricks member Cyrtanthus has provided some information on a new LEGO City Train that will be added to the Summer lineup with the Heavy-Haul Train (60098). There’s no other details of what the Heavy-Haul Train is like or how much it costs but it’s another train that you can add to your City along with the current High-Speed Passenger Train (60051) and the Cargo Train (60052).

The other rumor/confirmed news is for the LEGO Mixels sets courtesy of Brickset. Their database has been updated and both Series 5 and 6 have been listed although there’s no names for Series 5 yet. Like the previous series, there will be nine Mixels from three different tribes in each wave.

Series 5

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41537
41538
41539
41540
41541
41542
41543
41544

Series 6

Kramm (41545)
Forx (41546)
Wuzzo (41547)
Dribbal (41548)
Gurggle (41549)
Slusho (41550)
Snax (41551)
Berp (41552)
Vaka-Waka (41553)

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LEGO Mixels 2015 Series 4 Official Images Revealed

LEGO Mixels Rokit (41527)

We finally get to see the official images for the Series 4 LEGO Mixels sets courtesy of German toy retailer Spielwaren-Bludau. Like with previous series, there will be 3 different groups: Orbitronz, Infernites, and Glowies. The Infernites are back in this wave with three more characters after seeing them for the first time when the LEGO Mixels theme launched earlier this year. We first saw a couple of the Series 4 LEGO Mixels during San Diego Comic Con 2014. Each character will retail for $4.99 each and will be available in February 2015.

Rokit (41527)

LEGO Mixels Rokit (41527)

Niksput (41528)

LEGO Mixels Niksput 41528

LEGO Mixels Niksput 41528

Nurp-Naut (41529)

LEGO Mixels Nurp-Naut (41529)

LEGO Mixels Nurp-Naut (41529)

Meltus (41530)

LEGO Mixels Meltus (41530)

LEGO Mixels Meltus (41530)

Flamzer (41531)

LEGO Mixels Flamzer (41531)

LEGO Mixels Flamzer (41531)

Burnard (41532)

LEGO Mixels Burnard (41532)

LEGO Mixels Burnard (41532)

Globert (41533)

LEGO Mixels Globert (41533)

LEGO Mixels Globert (41533)

Vampos (41534)

LEGO Mixels Vampos (41534)

LEGO Mixels Vampos (41534)

Boogly (41535)

LEGO Mixels Boogly (41535)

LEGO Mixels Boogly (41535)

**Via Brickset**

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LEGO Mixels Series 4 Revealed at SDCC 2014

LEGO Mixels Series 4 - Burnard (41532)

Series 4 of the LEGO Mixels were revealed today at San Diego Comic Con 2014. There was one character for each Tribe that was represented. Burnard (41532) has 58 pieces and looks like it could come from the Infernites Tribe. Burnard may also be a new demon-like Tribe. We also got to see Nurp-Naut (41529) which has 52 pieces and is from a new space Tribe called the Orbitonz. Finally, there was Globert (41533) who has 45 pieces and is from some sort of bat Tribe called the Glowkies. Series 4 of the LEGO Mixels will be available in February 2015.

LEGO Mixels Series 4 - Nurp-Naut (41529)

LEGO Mixels Series 4 - Nurp-Naut (41529)

LEGO Mixels Series 4 - Globert (41533)

LEGO Mixels Series 4

LEGO Mixels Series 4

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