Collectible Minifig Series 5 Prelim Pic

UPDATE on 6 Feb 2011: Here are all 16 minifigs for Series 5 from the German Toy Fair from Spieletest via kevin1990 from ToysnBricks.


UPDATE: I added some descriptions in case the pics get yanked sooner than expected. It’s really just a matter of time before they are…


So 9 of the 16 minifigs for Collectible Minifig Series 5 are now revealed:

  1. Adventurer/Sherlock Holmes: With tan conical hat, outfit & magnifying glass accessory.

  3. Boxer: Red protective headgear and boxer gloves. Red pants, printed belt on naked torso.
  4. Cavewoman: Pink hair with bone accessory (like Flintstones).  Dirt/beauty mark (?) on right cheek.
  5. Cleopatra: Green eyeshadow, black wig and green snake.
  6. Clown with Pie: Blue rounded hat with pink flower, white face, red nose, red jacket with yellow (polka-dotted?) details and short green legs (kids type).  New type of pie mold -white pie and tan crust.
  7. Dinosaur Suit Guy: Green dino suit. Resembles the green goblin torso from the Spider Man series.  Head is a helmet with man’s face visible from mouth slit.
  8. Dwarf: Looks like the fantasy series dwarf – helmet, black beard, shield and double-headed axe (?not sure what these are called).
  9. Gladiator: Looks like a new face with moustache.  The helmet is the marine type – rounded. With spear.
  10. Royal Guard: Looks like those guards in UK with tall black helmets, red jacket, black pants (?), gun (?). Face has chin strap print.

Pics here and here.  Hope you guys see them before they are yanked k? Watermarked confidential so I won’t deeplink them.

Source: Thanks to  spectre4188 and kevin1990 from EB. Thread here and here.

3 Responses to Collectible Minifig Series 5 Prelim Pic

  1. Jonathan Lum says:

    Think I saw “Gimli”, the Dwarf of LOTR .. coupled with “Legolas” in MF3 .. very soon, we will have “Aragon & the Hobbits” … hahahaha

  2. Geoff Houtman says:

    Johnathan you nailed it! John Rhys Davies was my first thought.. Pebbles flintstone in the bg

  3. Chris says:

    The British Royal Guards are called Beefeaters.

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