The day after I left for my overseas trip, a box of LEGO Harry Potter Collectable Minifigures (CMF) series 2 arrived. Finally back, I eagerly checked what was in my box, as the reported composition had varied significantly. In this post, I shed some light on it - and flag that a full set of Harry Potter CMF series 2 minifigures is soon up for grabs in Blockwarts' first ever competition...
With a release date of 1 September, we have now finally got official high resolution pictures of the new LEGO Harry Potter Collectible Minifigures Series 2. They look absolutely amazing. Which ones are your favorites?
There have been plenty of rumours and speculation about a new Harry Potter Collectable Minifigure (CMF) series 2 to come in 2020. It would be awesome if true, and in my excitement I created a "wish list" as per my post last year. In the last day, we have seen some more substantial rumours, for example as reported by The Brick Fan, suggesting an official reveal (should it be true) may come soon.
There has been plenty of rumours of an upcoming Harry Potter Collective Minifigure (CMF) Series 2 to be released in 2020. It will probably be a while before this can be confirmed, but here's a look at what figures such a series could include.
Long, long overdue, but with no new sets in sight (yet, rumours remain strong), I better continue the (non)-review of the Harry Potter collectible minifigure (CMF) series. My two previous posts on this focused on the Gryffindor students (see part 1 and part 2). This post takes a look at students from the other Hogwarts … Continue reading The other Hogwarts houses – a non-review of the Harry Potter CMF Series, Part 3
This posts is a continuation of my earlier blog post, looking at some more of the new Harry Potter Collectible Minifigures and the scenes in the Harry Potter books and movies they can be used for. As such it may include spoilers of scenes for any who have not read all the books (or alternatively … Continue reading Full house – a non-review of the Harry Potter CMF Series, Part 2
There are some new (minifig) kids on the block. The new Harry Potter Collectable Minifig Series (CMF) has brought us stunning minifigs bringing much improvements over the figures released with the 2001-2011 era Harry Potter sets and in particular when comparing with the first years where yellow heads were used. This is not a review – at … Continue reading New kids on the block – a non-review of the Harry Potter CMF Series, Part 1