An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May

An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May

For those of you unable to drop $US200 on the extravagant LEGO Simpsons house released earlier this year, The LEGO Group is rolling out its first ever licensed minifigure series in May, just in time for a special LEGO episode of The Simpsons.

I came this close to spending the $US200 on the house, but ended up going with the $US250 Metal Beard's Sea Cow set from The LEGO Movie instead. Thankfully my family will never notice if I spend $US3.99 here and there to collect the 16 characters in The Simpsons minifig series.

The set will be blind bagged, like the regular LEGO minifigure series, but look at those acessories — there's no way you won't be able to feel Marge's Hair, Itchy and Scratchy's heads, Bart's skateboard or Lisa's sax through the packaging. Thank goodness for their freakish, misshapen skulls.

The set should be hitting retailers in May, right around the time The Simpsons LEGO special airs on May 4.

Scroll down for hi-res images of each figure in the set.

An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May
An Army Of LEGO Simpsons Invades America In May

Comments

    For the Australian market...
    The Simpsons House set is going to retail at $400 (Or $330 on the LEGO store)
    The Simpsons Minifigures will retail at $5 each.

    Gotta say, a Mr Burns with Blinky or Grandpa with easily one of the best newspaper articles ever are pretty tempting.

    Man... I would kill for Futurama Lego

    collecting all sixteen will be difficult and costly... may be better off buying each one on Ebay seperately.

    Where's Moe? Oh he will be in the money-milking 2nd, 3rd series etc. Like they milk star wars fans

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