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S05: Evil Dwarf
S06: Clockwork Robot
S07: Aztec Warrior
S07: Evil Knight
S10: Roman Commander
MF: Zombie Bride
MF: Swamp Creature
ENC: Toy Soilder
I'm going to say Medussa is my current favorite, but that may only be b/c her newness hasn't wore off yet...
Also really like Series 4's Artist. It's a great piece.
Anyways, My current fav is the newer, oversized Hulk or as I call him "Hollywood" Hulk. I don't really have any cool reason as to why....he just is.
Overall though, I cannot choose a single Minifigure. Among my favourites (of those I own at least) would be:
Boba Fett (2012)
Jango Fett (2002 and 2013)
Count Dooku (2013)
Alien Conquest Scientist
There are doubtless others that I have missed, but those are my favourites that I can recall at the moment.
I like figs that use unusual and exciting pieces, so no doubt my minifig collection includes aliens, robots and anthropomorphic animals, and the occassional licensed minifig. And plenty of Lego oversized minifigs and animals. Not into humans as such really.
If you really pushed me, I would say I like the most recent General Grievous, or (if you class it as a minifig, probably an oversized one) the Rancor. That's my opinion.
I just don't own Jeanie, yet.
But seriously, even Vader's hands are black chrome! Don't think any other fig has chrome hands, not even C-3PO (My 2nd Fave).
Mine is still Shazam. Having got one, I love him even more.
- 2013 Clone Lieutenant because it's new and rare
- Dirty Tonto for the awesome sheepish look
- Pong Krell for the extra arms and a great Jedi I can love to hate
- The entire CMF series, there's so many good ones. I will also chime in that the Toy Soldier from the Encyclopedia rocks!
- SW CVI Tin Boba Fett the regular 2012 version is actually better but this is rare.
- NYCC Tin Luke
- Embo! Probably Sugi & Aurra Sing too
- Pre Vizsla
- Darth Malgus
- Sith Troopers (all 3 versions)
- 2013 A-Wing Pilot & Luke Skywalker Snowspeeder Pilot- Alien Conquest Emperor
- Anything I make with a custom I LUG NY torso =-) (Thanks @EclipseGrafx!)
- Clone Commander Gree love the dark green printing
- Printed Leg Stormies
- Ahsoka Tano both versions... i rather like the CW character, and the minifigs are both good representations
- Jace Malcolm
- Butch Cavendish, now that i've seen The Lone Ranger I almost wish the fig looked more evil but it's an awesome one either way.
- Red Harrington, needs no explanation
- Queen Am
- Galaxy Squad Green Robot Sidekick
- Snow2-D2/Santa Maul/Santa Yoda & I'm sure Santa Jango too
- Twitch ...ORANGE HANDS!
- Hondo Onaka & Turk Falso, but pretty much any Weequay or close relative, oh Shahan Alama too!
Last but not least on this short list: My growing collection of monochrome minifigures =-) I think I'm at 25 now thanks to a hand donation from one of my many Tontos.
1. War Machine (Extremis Sea Port Battle)
2. Mr. Freeze (Aquaman on Ice)
3. Sleepyhead (Minifigures, Series 6)
Greatest minifigures of all time:
1. Iron Patriot (Gun Mounting System)
2. Darth Malgus (Sith Fury-Class Interceptor)
3. Aragorn (Battle at the Black Gate)
This has been discussed before (greatest rather than top 10, but same thing) ...
Classic Space red - the first minifig! (for me...you never forget your first)
Blacktron I - most realistic spaceman in Classic Space, very menacing with that black visor
Unitron Chief - nice shades and helmet printing, good-looking color combo
Captain Redbeard (1989 Pirates) - hook hand and peg leg were innovative at the time; so was the detail on the bearded face
Star Wars Stormtrooper - iconic look for us fans, executed well in minifig form
Darth Vader - same as above; the initial mold was so well done that the helmet has never been redesigned since 1999
Lando Calrissian (CC 10123) - first "fleshy" minifig (I think?); plus, it's a good-looking outfit
Boba Fett (CC 10123) - lots of unique printing on arms and legs, that type of detail is still pretty rare
Bart and Homer Simpson - co-molding of different colors for their arms is another first for the minifig
Professor Quirrel - first two-sided head printing for Lego, and the purple outfit looks good, too
I'm awaiting the flaming arrows, but someone had to be first...
CMF Vampire Bat
The Aztec sort of guy with the big head dress.
Classic Space (Blue)
Chef (old school)
Classic Spaceman, Red
Black Falcon Soldier
Blacktron 1 soldier
Forestman (The Forestmen's leader, Rob N Hood as Brickmedia call him)
Police sheriff (6398)
Boba Fett 9496
Jack Sparrow 4193
Mola Ram 7199
ARC Trooper 9488
Honorable mention: The new Flash minifig is fantastic.
@CCC - Even though it has been a discussion in the past, I don't see why it's a problem to refresh the topic and be a little more specific.
Green Arrow > Great printing, fantastic representation of one of my fave superheroes.
Lando Calrissian (CC) > Absolutely love the torso and the cape.
Davy Jones > Impressive details, some great molds there.
Boba Fett (CC) > Great printing on arms and legs, the belt just completes it. Still prefer it over the new version.
Watto (7962) > That headpiece is a work of art.
Batman (Any, sh064 if I have to pick) > It's Batman. 'Enuff said.
Bellatrix Lestrange > Love the printing and the hairpiece.
Jack Sparrow > It's Jack.
Iron Man (Any, Hearbreaker if I have to pick) > Blooming with details, a great helmet, love seeing all the different suits line up together.
Pre Vizsla > That pauldron makes the minifig.
Uruk-hai - Handprint Helmet > Add a shield and sword and you get a really awesome minifig.