LEGO: collectible minifigures of Looney Tunes characters revealed

LEGO: collectible minifigures of Looney Tunes characters revealed


Found and purchased in one of the three outlets of a Northern California chain store by a user of the Brickset community, here are revealed the 12 collectible minifigures of Looney Tunes cartoon characters (shima55, the user who found them and bought in the store, he sent Brickset the photo of the box with the purchase receipt next to it, in order to avoid problems or legal issues). And you? Will you be able to resist the temptation to buy them or will you succumb to the nostalgia effect of your childhood?

Despite the official presentation still missing a month, "thank you" to the aforementioned retailer who has put on the shelves well in advance, we are able to anticipate the list of characters and the image of the internal leaflet.

The LEGO Looney Tunes characters included in the series are:

Lola Bunny, starring together with Bugs Bunny of the films Space Jam (1996) and of the new Space Jam: New Legends, whose release is scheduled for 2021 (after postponements due to the pandemic) Bugs Bunny and his inevitable carrot Willy the Coyote (Wile E. Coyote) complete with the buildable model of anvil that so often fell on his head Beep Beep (Road Runner) with his bowl of food Tweety the Canary with the big hammer with which he often fixes the good Sylvester (Cat) Sylvester complete with baseball bat to intercept Tweety Daffy Duck, complete with the famous "Rabbit season" sign with which he tried to divert Taddeo's hunting attentions towards his enemy-friend Bugs Bunny Speedy Gonzales, the very fast mouse Mexican greedy cheese with holes (which in fact he has with him) Taz, the "Tasmanian devil" (complete with treats ready to be devoured) Marvin the Martian, armed with his classic Porky Pig laser blaster, c Complete with sign with the famous closing phrase of each short of the Looney Tunes series: "That's all Folks" Petunia Pig, Porky Pig's girlfriend, complete with tea cup and teapot Also in this case, like the previous Series N.21 , the characters will be 12 and no longer 16 (and sometimes even more) as up to the previous one. It is likely that the "glories" of the 18 minifigure collectible minifigure series such as those dedicated to Disney characters are now over.

The ultimate Lego Star Wars game has been delayed again, indefinitely, and that’s OK

If you’ve been eagerly waiting for Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga to fulfill the incredible promise of its stirring trailer from last August (see above), I have some bittersweet news: the game’s been delayed again. Developer TT Games tweeted on Friday that “we won’t be able to make our intended Spring release date,” which itself was a delay from the game’s original 2020 launch window.

Bittersweet, because the delay does come with the promise that it’ll be the company’s “biggest and best-ever LEGO game,” which is exactly what that trailer looked like last fall.

It’s been sixteen years since the first Lego Star Wars, and I can certainly wait a bit longer if there’s a chance of achieving that goal. We’ve seen far too many games shoved out before they were ready, and I can think of at least one notable reason any developer might need a bit more time now.

It may mean one fewer game for new PS5 and Xbox Series X / S buyers to take advantage of their new consoles in the short term, though. (It’s coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC as well.)

There’s no new release date for Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga yet.

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