LEGO Mixels Series 2 & Series 3 Revealed at Toy Fair 2014!

Although we’re still over a week away from the New York Toy Fair 2014, we’ve already gotten to see our first photos of the LEGO Mixels Series 2 and LEGO Mixels Series 3 sets from the Nuremberg Toy Fair 2014! They’re sort of bizarre and definitely not for everyone, but we’ve got 18 more low-priced LEGO sets filled with new and unique parts ready to hit stores in Summer 2014…

LEGO Mixels Series 2 Sets Orange Blue Brown LEGO 2014

Me and LEGO Mixels didn’t really get off on the right foot. I was pretty plain in my disinterest in LEGO Mixels Series 1 when photos surfaced in December, and I haven’t really given the Mixels LEGO theme much thought since then. But at the 2014 Nuremberg Toy Fair, we got a first look at LEGO Mixels Series 2 and LEGO Mixels Series 3!

While I still don’t particularly care for the actual finished LEGO models contained in these low-priced $5-$6 sets, I can see the appeal of the all-new LEGO pieces to long-time fans. The main thing I like about LEGO Mixels 2, however, is the inclusion of an orange Mixels clan! Orange is “my” color, so I’m always happy to see orange LEGO bricks show up in some cheap sets like these!

   LEGO Mixels Series 2 Consists of:

LEGO Mixels Series 2 Brown Blue 41509 41511 41512 41513

LEGO Slumbo 41509
LEGO Lunk 41510
LEGO Flurr 41511

LEGO Chomly 41512
LEGO Gobba 41513
LEGO Jawg 41514

LEGO Mixels Series 2 Sets Orange LEGO 41515 41516 41517LEGO Kraw 41515
LEGO Tentro 41516
LEGO Balk 41517

LEGO Mixels Series 3 Sets Brown Green Purple LEGO 2014Meanwhile, we’ve also got LEGO Mixels Series 2. I like the colors lime green and purple, so that’s a positive, but otherwise I’m not altogether enamored with this series either.

LEGO Mixels Series 3 includes:

LEGO Glomp (41518)
LEGO Glurt (41519)
LEGO Torts (41520)

LEGO Mixels Series 2 Green Tan 41518 41520 41521 41523LEGO Footi (41521)
LEGO Scorpi (41522)
LEGO Hoogi (41523)

LEGO Mesmo (41524)
LEGO Magnifo (41525)
LEGO Wizwuz (41526)

LEGO Mixels Series 3 Sets Purple 41524 41525 41526LEGO 41518 Glomp looks way too tentacle-y for me. It sort of makes me uncomfortable. I do like that LEGO 41526 Wizwuv looks a little bit like the Pokemon Murkrow/Honchkrow, though!

I’ll post higher quality images and a full preview of each series as more information becomes available, and you can ‘Like’ Bricks and Bloks on Facebook to have future LEGO photos, news and updates beamed right to your Facebook Newsfeed!

The first series of LEGO Mixels wasn’t exactly a big hit with LEGO fans–how about Series 2 and Series 3 of Mixels? Are you warming up to the new LEGO Mixels theme, LEGO collectors?


LEGO Mixels Series 2 & Series 3 Revealed at Toy Fair 2014! — 7 Comments

  1. These things do seem to be Lego’s attempt at a Monsters Inc or Pokemon style plethora of oddball creatures. I’m sure the main part of the appeal, or not, will hinge on what the cartoon series is like (as is so often the case with kids’ toys).

    Poptropican: They are polybag sets released in waves of nine (composed of three each of three different color groups). If you get all three from a given color group, there is an official combiner model to build from them.

  2. In one set per three of each tribe, there should be a Nixel included, as far as I’ve understood it, (They’re the small monsters standing next to the main Mixels.) They’re not included randomly or secretly, but are revealed in the instruction manuals found online. So, if you feel like it, you can buy only the sets that would be containing the Nixel.

    The combiner model is another thing, it’s a creature that’s bigger than each individual Mixel.

  3. Each tribe of 3 combine to form a MAX, a NIXEL is a small creature that tries to destroy all MIXELS.