Disney100 LEGO Sets And Minifigures Officially Announced For Spring Release


The rumored Disney100 LEGO sets and minifigures have been officially announced and will release this spring.

“Disney100 is a celebration of timeless storytelling and unforgettable characters that have entertained and inspired people of all ages for a century. To commemorate 100 years of Disney, the LEGO Group is inviting families to share the wonder of storytelling, imagination, and creative play that LEGO Disney has inspired over the 24 years since it launched.”

Disney100 LEGO Minifigure Mystery Bag – $4.99

Each mystery bag has one of the following Disney characters along with their pictured accessories:

  • Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey
  • Pinocchio
  • Jiminy Cricket
  • The Queen
  • Stitch 626
  • Pocahontas
  • Cruella de Vil & Dalmatian puppy
  • Miguel & Dante
  • Ernesto de la Cruz
  • Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
  • Robin Hood
  • Prince John
  • Tiana
  • Dr. Facilier
  • Queen of Hearts
  • Mulan
  • Aurora
  • Baymax

These bags will be available for purchase starting May 1 online and in stores.

Disney Celebration Train – $39.99

This 200 piece set is Moana’s debut as a regular Minifigure, as she has only previously appeared in LEGO Friends sets. This also features Mickey, Minnie, Tinker Bell, Peter Pan, and Woody.

The Disney Celebration Train will be released April 1.

‘Up’ House – $59.99

The 598 piece set, releasing April 1, includes Minifigures of Carl, Russel, and Dug.

Disney100 3-in-1 Magical Castle DUPLO – $99.99

This castle is designed to be rearranged into three different styles.

The set also comes with DUPLO figures of Mickey, Minnie, Daisy, Donald, and Figaro the cat. It will be available for purchase April 1.

What do you think of the Disney100 LEGO sets? Let us know in the comments!

Source: WDWNT

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