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Guide to feeling for The LEGO Movie 2 Minifigs

by admin on March 8, 2019

in LEGO Minifigures

(Written by William)

Finding The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures has been tough, as the stores around me still carry some of the earlier series. In addition, this series is likely in higher demand due to the recent release of the film. Below, we will take a look at what is the best way to find the figures that you want to add to your collection. 🙂

Before we begin, it’s worth pointing out that there are 20 different characters in The LEGO Movie 2 collection, with a very even distribution of three of each character in a full box (for a total of 60 minifigs per box). Thus, if you purchase a full, unopened box, you can get three complete collections! Another nice feature of this series is that it includes all four main characters from The Wizard of Oz!

TLM2 – APOCALYPSE BENNY: Benny’s air tanks piece is the most distinct part in this bag, so that’s what I would look for first. Chances are you will also run across his toolbox, but it feels too close to Unikitty’s head, so verify by feeling for the other pieces.

TLM2 – APOCALYPSEBURG ABE: The 4L bar is a fairly distinct piece that you can easily feel for. But you’ll need to watch out to make sure it’s not the Tin Man’s axe or President Business’s golf club. That’s why I like to verify by finding Abe’s hat. The hat has the hair attached so, it feels somewhat odd, but the shape of the stovepipe top hat is recognizable.

TLM2 – AWESOME REMIX EMMET: To identify this minifigure, you will need to find his coffee cup. It feels a lot like a normal 1×1 round brick in general shape and size. The 1×2 tile is not unique enough to be certain.

TLM2 – BATTLE-READY LUCY: This minifig is easy. Look for her quiver, and you’re done. The binoculars will work too, but the quiver is easier to grab and identify with your fingers.

TLM2 – CANDY RAPPER: You’ll need to locate her ballerina skirt. It’s hard plastic and feels really flat. In fact, you might mistake it at first as a regular minifigure stand. However, the skirt is oval in shape, and does have some ruffles on the edge that can help distinguish it from the standard rectangular base.

TLM2 – COWARDLY LION: When looking for this minifigure, I usually found his rubbery tail first. It’s not the greatest piece to feel for as it does flex and bend under your touch. Nevertheless, if you think you found the tail, you can verify by looking for the hairpiece. It’s big and lustrous like Chewbacca’s or Hagrid’s hairpiece. Just make sure it’s not a shoulder-length female style with a flip at the bottom as that would indicate Kitty Pop.

TLM2 – CRAYON GIRL: When I was searching for this minifigure with others, all of us could easily identify the large crayon costume shape. My only word of caution is to make sure it’s not the Giraffe Guy. Crayon Girl comes with a 2×2 tile piece, whereas the Giraffe Guy does not.

TLM2 – DOROTHY GALE & TOTO: Even after feeling through so many Collectible Minifig bags, it’s still odd to me to feel for a dog or a cat. I tend to initially think it’s an odd shaped torso. Unfortunately, with this minifig, you will need to start by finding her little dog. Then you need to make sure it’s not the cat lady. Do this by locating the hairpiece and see if it is rubbery. If it is, then you got Dorothy.

TLM2 – FLASHBACK LUCY: All you need to do here is to look for the 2×3 tile that comes with her. It’s an easy piece to find, and it immediately identifies the minifig as Flashback Lucy.

TLM2 – GIRAFFE GUY: The long neck costume piece is pretty easy to find. But if you are concerned it might be the Crayon Girl, then you can do one of two things. Find the leaves piece, which kind of feels like grappling hooks. Or, you can see if there is a 2×2 tile. If there is, you got Crayon Girl. If not, you got the Giraffe Guy.

TLM2 – GONE GOLFIN’ PRESIDENT BUSINESS: It’s pretty much all about the golf club to find this guy. Once you identify a bar shaped piece, grab it, and work your way down to both ends. The gold club will have a strange protrusion at one end. It’s not flat, so it won’t get mistaken for an axe or a guitar very easily.

TLM2 – HULA LULA: This minifig is another easy find. She comes with a 2×2 round tile. Once you have that, you’re done.

TLM2 – KITTY POP: I recommend looking for her guitar. If you find a rubbery tail, you’re going to want to make sure it’s not the Cowardly Lion. The guitar is the best way to accomplish this. Although you might be familiar with her hair mould, as it is the same as the various cat ladies LEGO released thought the years (shoulder length with a flip at the bottom and two cat ears on top), there are too many large and bulky hairpieces in this collection to mix it up with.

TLM2 – SCARECROW: The hat is like a pointed wizard’s cap, which is fairly easy to feel for. You can confirm it’s not the Tin Man’s pointed hat by finding a 2×2 flat tile. Also, the Scarecrow’s hat is a bit larger.

TLM2 – SHERRY SCRATCHEN-POST & SCARFIELD: Find the cat like you found the dog for Dorothy, then identify the hairpiece. Sherry’s hair is hard plastic and full bodied, so it stands out fairly well. You just want to make sure it’s not Dorothy’s rubbery hair.

TLM2 – THE SWAMP CREATURE: The whip in this bag is easy enough to locate. It’s not the curly whip we find in some sets, but the one that looks like an elongated “U”, used for the Ghostbusters proton pack. It’s a soft plastic piece that is quite distinct.

TLM2 – TIN MAN: For this minifigure, I’d recommend locating his bowtie. He may have more than one, as LEGO included an extra piece in some of the bags. They feel like little rings, and there are no similar pieces in the series.

TLM2 – UNIKITTY: Unikitty feels more like a polybag than a Collectible Minifigure. So, if you find small plates that are square and round as well as small slopes, chances are you got a Unikitty that’s ready to play.

TLM2 – VEST FRIEND REX: When I first felt the little dino, it threw me for a loop. I thought it was some oddly shaped ray-gun. So, I ended up going for Rex’s hat. It’s a lot like a cowboy hat, but with a hairpiece attached. Although you could always try going for what feels like a ray-gun and hope for the “vest”.

TLM2 – WATERMELON DUDE: The giant watermelon slice is a hard piece to miss. It’s sort of like a pizza slice; rounded on the curved end and comes to a point at the other side. It’s so big, that you may think that you accidentally picked up some other bagged toy and not a Collectible Minifigure.

And that’s all there is to it to find all twenty of The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures! As usual, it’s best to shake the bags a bit before start feeling through them, to make sure that all the little and easily identifiable pieces fall into a corner. It also helps to have a picture of the minifigs in front of you, so you can visualize the parts you are feeling for. The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigs should be available from various retailers, although, as I said, it has been a bit difficult to find them. You can also order them from the Online LEGO Shop, however please note that you may not get all the minifigs you want, or you may end up with duplicates of some of them.

What do you think? Do you have any of The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures yet? Are you planning to collect them all? Which one is your favorite? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

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{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

FrenchToast March 8, 2019 at 11:13 AM

I really want the Wizard of Oz collection, but haven’t seen these minifigs in stores near me yet. They still have some of the earlier collections. What is the chance of getting duplicates if you order them online?

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admin March 8, 2019 at 12:30 PM

The limit on TLM2 minifigs is 40 per order. That’s a pretty high number, which gives you a good chance of getting at least one full set. You could sell or trade the extra. Of course, you can order less, but the smaller number you order, the higher chance there is to not receive a full collection and end up with duplicates.

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Legostuff14 March 8, 2019 at 11:28 AM

I was lucky , I found ( and purchased) half of the mini figures. Three of wizard of oz figures ( Cowardly Lion ,Dorothy and the Tin Man). The others are mostly the main characters in the movie. Once ,people find out that the mini figures are out it’s catchers catch can out there.

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admin March 8, 2019 at 12:31 PM

Yeah, this collection is super popular, but I haven’t see it yet in stores either.

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brickmaster March 8, 2019 at 1:43 PM

So many great pieces in this series! President’s business sweater, pants and golf club, the new guitar print, the space logo on the toolbox, new hair and earphones combo, cassette tape, vinyl record, hairpieces, and the Wizard of Oz! I want them all!

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LEGOJeff March 8, 2019 at 5:04 PM

All of these minifigs are really good, even though none of them are army builders. I don’t have all of them yet, but slowly getting there.

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Legostuff14 March 8, 2019 at 5:13 PM

I don’t know Legojeff, the watermelon dude can be . If you get enough of them and give them those shooters that Lego has been doing for star wars . Or better give them Spears . Like the ones used to pick them off a plate. Lol!

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LEGOJeff March 8, 2019 at 5:15 PM

An army of watermelons!!! RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!!!!!

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gid617 March 8, 2019 at 5:49 PM

Both Walmarts in my area have this series and so does the LEGO store, so I haven’t had much trouble finding what I wanted. The scarecrow was the hardest, I felt through the whole selection at two or maybe three places before I finally found it.
So many minifigures with mics this series… which made my life easier, since I didn’t want any of them so finding a mic was an instant pass!

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Legostuff14 March 8, 2019 at 8:26 PM

Careful they spit seeds at you. Lol!

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legofan March 8, 2019 at 9:24 PM

LOL! You guys are funny! Now I want an army of seed spitting watermelons! 😀 😀

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