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.
I always knew legos existed but I never put any together let alone play with legos before. I know shocking lol My first time hearing about brick headz was on Twitter and I saw Jack & Sally!!! Which I still have yet to get xD But it's definatley on my wishlist. I got Mickey from my local Barnes & Nobles and I must say it was really fun making!!! Every detail even Down to the tail peice is adorable and great quality. Besides the tail, the ears has to be my favorite piece of the whole Lego, mostly because the round pieces can snap on easily & u can slightly shift forward or backwards. I'm now officially hooked!!!!
My son loved building this, had a lot of fun and it looks great on his shelf now.
We had a lot of fun with these unique Legos. We especially love seeing the iconic Mickey and Minnie Mouse in this cool new Lego form. We just love seeing this duos signature details, especially their unique tails. Plus, we loved that their mouse ears can move and are posable.
I seem to be saying this a lot in my BrickHeadz reviews lately, but these are among my favourites. The designer has done an excellent job of capturing their likeness in BrickHeadz form and I'm particularly fond of Minnie's polka-dot outfit.
I'll readily admit that I didn't grow up with an appreciation for these “core” Disney characters, despite many trips to Tokyo Disneyland growing up in Japan and Disney World when visiting relatives in the States. Even though the BrickHeadz' subject matter isn't something that I'm excited about, I'll also wholeheartedly admit that they're both well-designed and very cute indeed, with surprisingly interesting building techniques and some great parts in new colors (like the black platter pieces for their ears).