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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.
Next up is one of my favorite characters in this series, Sherry Scratchen-Post with her cat Scarfield. Introduced in the first LEGO Movie as as an adorable (but slightly crazy) cat lady, she showed up as a CMF in the first series from that movie. Now the apocalypse has hit, and what's a cat lady to do but embrace it full on? Gone are the frumpy sweatshirt and fanny pack, and in their place a leather bodice with a fierce tiger medallion. She's got studded pants with fringes inspired by a Roman legionnaire, with a brown torso and hips, and dark brown legs.
Sherry Scratchen-Post only appeared briefly during The LEGO Movie but was included in 71004 The LEGO Movie Collectable Minifigures so I am pleased to see her return, wearing post-apocalyptic attire on this occasion. Her pink knitted jumper has been replaced with a reddish brown uniform which most closely resembles Xena from Xena: Warrior Princess.