Friends are Family Harley Quinn is LEGO set 71020-1. It has a score of 81. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 7 scored reviews and 14 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 49.28% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Collectable Minifigures.
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This is one of the best LEGO Minifigure series! All of the figures are super cool! Clock King is my favorite, but i think all are good! Black Vulcan is neat with the reprinting of flashes helmet and the lightning piece, The Wonder Twins are funny to! (wish they had Zeek the space monkey) but, if you get one of them, you MUST get the other!!
Ordered a couple packs on Amazon seeing that none of my local stores stock these bad boys. While my pulls could've been better (LOVE Clock King. Disco Alfred is goofy, but the Gibson Explorer-like guitar is awesome!), none of the parts were damaged and the packs themselves looked like they were pulled fresh from a box.If you're wanting minifigs from this series but don't wanna pay for the individual ones you could do much worse.
This did not come in original packaging. But it did have the package insert. However she did not have the original face that should have come with this figure.
Disco Harley Quinn is clearly one of the better minifigs in this series – you're getting one of the most popular DC anti-heroines in a fun and unique alternate costume. Bonus point: you can also reuse her glitzy disco outfit for party or retro disco scenarios.
I am having mixed feelings with this batch of release, largely because I think is due to repetitive characters in just mere different outfits. The biggest push factor for me to acquire is more of the association of DC Comics license characters and the love of Batman. The whole series stand out pretty well as a group, but as an individual designed character, it might be less appealing despite of 20 minifigures designs.
This Harley Quinn minifigure is fairly boring. She has her nice hairpiece and a cute facial expression, but her torso is not very detailed and her legs are unprinted. She has one gold and one silver rollerskate.
If you manage to get a complete unopened box of Series 2 The LEGO Batman Movie Collectible Minifigures (71020), you'll be able to get three complete sets of 20 minifigures each. For me, my favorite minifigures in this wave are Vacation Joker, Doctor Phosphorus, and Bat-Merch Batgirl. The only odd one out is probably Mermaid Batman as that one is just pure randomness and doesn't really fit with anything in particular.
Some have questioned why we needed a second series of minifigures based on the movie and I partly agree. That doesn't mean there aren't some fun little characters in the series, many of which wouldn't appear in minifigure form anywhere else.
I quite enjoyed this collection of figures, especially the more obscure members of the super friends, and cartoonish villains, which the movie dealt with well. Who would have thought Mermaid Batman was a thing almost 70 years before the movie?
I have a mixed sensations with this series of minifigs. Perhaps because I am not a hardcore fan of comics, I see that there are some very interesting minifigures and accessories, but others they don't really appeal to me. Putting aside this personal opinion, the minifigures are excellent. The new parts, the prints and the variety of colors and characters is excellent. It is an opportunity, for instance, to complete the Joker Manor, with the Disco characters or the Justice League Anniversary party set, with the Party characters.
This time around, the focus is a bit more broad, bringing in lots of other characters, many of whom had only cameo appearances in the film. Unfortunately, we weren't able to get our hands on a full case to see the breakdown of how common each figure is, but we have no reason to suspect that LEGO has changed up the previous equal distribution of three of each character per case, making three full sets in a case of 60.