Since 1949, LEGO has been giving collectors and enthusiasts the opportunity to design and create virtually anything they can imagine. This tradition continues with the LEGO Minifigures: Series 3. 16 unique minifigures make up this edition, expanding on the collection the first two series started. Their inspiration comes from movies, sports, history, and even regular everyday life.
The tennis player carries her racket with a confident smirk. She’s donned in a white tennis outfit with blue trim.
The Hula Dancer brings life to any party with her grass skirt and maracas.
The Space Alien has a big green head with bulging black eyes. His purple space suit matches the beam coming out of his ray gun. Rumor has it he wants to take over the world, but just hasn’t found the time to, yet.
The Samurai wields a massive katana, wears an impressive set of armor, and looks absolutely serious all the time. Under the armor, he’s wearing a maroon kimono.
The Sumo Wrestler is a real award winner. No, really, he has a trophy with him so all will know how impressive his skills in the ring really are. Even though this immovable object has a permanent frown, he is always happy to stop and sign autographs.
The Rapper comes complete with a giant boom box, microphone, and a matching cap. While he may not be the next Kevin Federline, he certainly looks the part.
The fisherman has caught a big fish, and it is nearly as long as impressive as his beard. He appears to be a jolly old fella with tons of stories to tell.
The Tribal Chief comes complete with a giant ceremonial headdress and a deadly looking spear.
The Snowboarder has her own snowboard and helmet, which matches a pretty fancy looking snowsuit.
The Elf, LEGOlas, is a master archer with arrows as pointy as their ears. Should an enemy get too close, though, his shield is on hand to protect him from danger.
The Race car Driver has a winning smile, and a protective helmet that doesn’t quite fit over his hair.
The Pilot comes with an aviator hat and goggles. He looks warm in his flight jacket.
The Baseball Player is in uniform and ready to play with bat in hand. The only question is, “Who are the Clutchers?”
The Mummy is all wrapped up in being one scary dude. His white wrappings appear to be covering up a terrible skin condition.
The Space Villain resembles a cross between a Borg and a pirate captain. His peg leg and phaser complete a package of pure evil that may rival even the fiercest of the Sith.
This brings us to the final LEGO Minifigure, Gorilla Suit Guy. He may be sweating it out inside a giant monkey costume, but that doesn’t mean he can’t appreciate a good banana.