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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.
The final figure in this huge 20-character lineup is Unikitty, a fan favorite from the previous film. She's already appeared in a myriad of iterations including her whole own CMF series, so while this version is technically new, it's basically indistinguishable from numerous other versions except for minor difference in the expression. One interesting point, though, is that this version has returned to the Unikitty design used in the first LEGO Movie, and not the sturdier redesign with an inverted 1×3 tile used in the CMF line.
Only a few months have passed since 41775 Unikitty! Blind Bags Series 1 was released so the news that another Unikitty figure appeared in this series elicited disappointment. However, the character is very popular so I can understand why she is included. This design closely resembles that from 70803 Cloud Cuckoo Palace, even incorporating a 1x3 plate rather than a 1x3 inverted tile that was created for the Unikitty! theme. That results in a loose connection, unfortunately, but it does correspond with the film.