Scarecrow is LEGO set 71023-18. It has a score of 90. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 2 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 15.76% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in Collectable Minifigures.
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This entire series is an outstanding release with minor rant such as the repeated inclusion of Unikitty design. Overall, I would said this is quite a remarkable release including fulfilling the distribution ratio with 3 complete sets in a sealed box. This alone, is a huge winner to ensure the distribution spread is done appropriately. Furthermore, I also noted with the minifigure neck marking increased the tightness and grip of the head and neck. This is actually great for CMFs which was previously lacking.
Overall The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures (71023) series is a pretty interesting one with a number of characters that you wouldn't really expect to see in one of the sets. My favorite one is probably the Giraffe guy as well as the Wizard of Oz crew which are some popular ones among fans. There are also some questionable inclusions such as Emmet and Unikitty. Do we really need another of their variants even though they have been heavily featured in the sets and Unikitty in her series from last year?
A slightly different take from most of the scarecrows that LEGO has made previously, which have tended towards the supervillain styling with the exception of the Series 11 CMF version, this friendly neighborhood Scarecrow is a kindly fellow who's here to join his fellow Wizard of Oz travelers. Outfitted with a new hat element with a molded-in ribbon tie, the Scarecrow is dressed in dark green tatters with dark brown patched pants. He carries a 2×2 Certificate of Achievement tile wich recognizes him as being outstanding in his field.
I found a few surprises looking through the set, especially with the UV: Bright Green seems to be particularly Bright. I wonder how other elements in this colour look?. Orange is inconsistent: some versions of Bright Orange Fluoresce, others do not. Likewise red: I have some fuselage elements joined together at home: some fluoresce, others don't! Some ‘Bright' colours don't seem to glow at all. Overall, it's a pretty diverse collection!
His dark green attire features some holes which show the straw inside and I like the rags around his neck as well as the rope belt. A few patches are printed on the legs too and these correspond exactly with the film, showing remarkable attention to detail.