Ice Queen is LEGO set 71013-1. It has a score of 89. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 9 scored reviews and 13 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 17.77% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2016, and it is categorised in Collectable Minifigures.
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Banana Guy is my personal pick for the best minifigure of Series 16 and I imagine, for a lot of other Minifigure fans as well.
Complete set at a really good price. This was actually cheaper than tracking them down locally and ending up with duplicates.
The mystery of opening each bag to see which new minifigure you're getting really ups the collectability factor of these LEGO minifigures. Kids will have fun trading each other for the figures they want and adding these cool and sometimes kooky characters to their LEGO sets. These minifigures have lots of fun details and accessories that make them great for keeping on display if you are a LEGO collector but they are also going to be lots of fun for kids to play with. Each one of these minifigures has a rich backstory just waiting for imaginative kids to tell it.
Her trans light blue tiara is fantastic, as are the use of the Ninjago elemental blades for her icy blasts. I also like her cold expression. Her sparkly cape looks fantastic as well! If I had to find something to improve for her, it would be that the white parts around her eyes look rather weird, almost like flashes. I'm not a fan of that part, but that's really just nitpicking. Absolutely a superb minifigure in my book!
The parts assortment for Ice Queen are pretty good. She came with glittering cloth fabrics for her icy robe. The skirt torso and dress is streamlined to incorporate the freezing cold in her. The two small components enable the long specialised ice bolts to wield from direct front by connecting it together. It's positioning enhance the playability for this minifigure. I also like the charming cold tiara above the Ice Queen.
Easy to build and include in your own Lego builds. I picked up the Banana Man, who in my opinion is the greatest minifigure since the Hot Dog Man. He could definitely use a pair of pajamas or a banana stand. I also picked up two of the hikers as they come with a happy face and a confused face so you have one leading the way and one who is lost behind him. They also include a backpack, map, and a really neat compass. The Mariachi includes that nice guitar and detailed side printing on the clothes and sombrero and is essential to any Mariachi band. I also picked up the Spy, Scallywag Pirate, and Babysitter. I am tempted to pick up the Dog Show Winner and use him as the owner of the Pet Shop from 10218.
LEGO continues to crank out some amazing minifigures for the Collectible Minifigures theme and Series 16 isn't an exception. There are a number of minifigures that really catch my eye like the Mariachi, Rogue, and Hiker. Of course, who doesn't like the costumed characters like the Banana Guy, Penguin Boy, and the Cute Little Devil. There are also some fairly bland characters for me like the Scallywag Pirate, and the Desert Warrior but they do make good army builders.
It is a great looking minifigure, the crown, cape, and ‘magic bolts' are a great color, and the cape shines as if tiny sequins were weaved into the fabric. The prints on the body and head are also quite detailed. However, the way that the crown attaches to the hair is rather weak, so be careful when attaching.
Each of the 16 figures is unique, and like previous non-licensed series, the minifigs are from themes as disparate as babysitters to pirates. The color for Series 16 is yellow, and the vibrant banana-suit guy seems to be the mascot for this series.
In the end, this makes for a nice series of minifigures to collect. Although there are a few generic characters, they have enough interesting parts to make them interesting.
For me, the stand out figures include the Hiker, the Wildlife Photographer, the Penguin kid, the Rogue, the Banana Guy, and yes, the Babysitter. Honestly, there aren't many figures that I don't like this time around - perhaps the spy, spooky guy, and the cyborg are the only weak links to an otherwise solid line-up. I don't think this is the best minifigure series ever - but it certainly is solid from top to bottom (which is great for someone who feels the need to collect every figure whether I like them or not)!