To export several sets, go to the exporter. If you use the data I'd really appreciate a link back to Brick Insights. It keeps this site going.
Let's be honest, adult fans of LEGO don't always love Minecraft or the LEGO Minecraft theme. And that's OK. Not every theme needs to cater to the adults in the crowd along with its core audience of 6-12-year-olds. But we here at The Brothers Brick always advocate excellence in building, regardless of the theme. And the LEGO Minecraft Big Figs are excellent. They're amazingly accurate models, they're sturdy enough to withstand kid play, and they don't rely on any specialized elements apart from the accessories. This scale fits LEGO Minecraft perfectly. Now there's just one thing we're missing: some scale blocks to accompany them.
I think these three Minecraft sets contain some great universal pieces, although you only get the new pieces in rather small numbers. I recommend getting Steve for some good Dark Brown pieces and Alex for the Sand Green.
This was a great set. I'm continually struck by the skeleton's charm and I'm looking forward to finding somewhere around the house to display him.
Personally I find it rather bland, but the fact remains that it's another excellent effort as far as recreating the source material. It's a devil of a figure to stand up without the base though. I respect that this is a skeleton but it feels a little more fragile and awkward compared to the solid slabs of Steve and Alex. However, if you need a Minecraft enemy at this scale, then currently this is your only choice.