LEGO Minifigures: Character Encyclopedia (英語) ハードカバー – 2013/5/1
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Includes an exclusive minifigure!
From the Musketeer to the Minotaur, the LEGO® Minifigures world features a diverse cast of minifigures inspired by history, movies, myth, sports, and everyday life. With the LEGO® Minifigures: Character Encyclopedia, readers will get to know all of the fun and fantastic minifigures from Series 1 through 10.
LEGO Minifigures collectors and fans alike will love this guide showcasing each and every LEGO Minifigures character available, allowing them to see exactly which minifigures they still need to complete their collections. LEGO Minifigures are only bought in blind packs; this book will be a definitive list of every LEGO Minifigures character available!
"[It] does an outstanding job showcasing the more than 160 figures that have been released to date in a way that's very friendly to early readers." – GamerPops.com商品の説明をすべて表示する
For longtime fans, these minifigures have been not only addictive but also quite a headache as one can easily purchase the same figure several times or look unusual to a person passing by as you are holding a bag and trying to feel the contents in hopes you can identify a hat or a weapon.
But for those who are getting into LEGO minifgures and want to start collecting them (and also willing to pay quite a bit of money on eBay to get them), will want to check out “LEGO minifigures CHARACTER ENCYCLOPEDIA”.
LEGO minifigures began back in 2010 and each line contains an original character not seen in other sets. Each line contains 16 different mini figures, while series 10 featured a limited golden figure (5,000 made) for a total of 17.
As of the end of 2015, a total of 15 series have been released, and for “LEGO MINIFIGURES CHARACTER ENCYCLOPEDIA”, the book covers series 1-10.
The book is actually well-done as it contains information of the LEGO minifigure, minifacts and more.
For example, for the Nurse minifigure, the name Dawes is on the nurses chart. The page has a fun fact that Dawes is actually the name of LEGO minifigures designer Laurence Dawes.
Another reason why people want to buy this book is the exclusive Toy Soldier LEGO Minifigure which comes with it.
Personally, I have found this book to be very useful in my research as I tend to like to create LEGO settings that can utilize a certain character and their look.
If I want to create a sports-themed setting, a cinema setting, a space setting or something creative or unusual, I have used this book to identify which LEGO minifigure to purchase and it has turned out to be a useful book.
For the most part, “LEGO minifigures CHARACTER ENCYCLOPEDIA” is a magnificent and safe book for children but also a great resource book for the fellow AFOL’s (Adult Fan of LEGOS), who are collectors and simply love LEGO’s in general.
So I came late to LEGO and minifigs, but a million years ago I was a filmmaker and when I saw videos on YouTube of what others had done with LEGO minifigs and stop-motion photography, I became a fan. My grandson has moved on, not entirely away, from LEGOs, but his interest is slackening - while mine is increasing. I am researching the possibilities of creating my own custom minifigs and bought this book in hopes of learning mroe about the drawing styles that make LEGO minifigs so appealing and photogenic.
This book with its closeup and well done photography of more than 160 minifigs is a treasure trove. The informative and often amusing text is a bonus.
For the money, regardless of your purpose - research, st7 op-motion photography, collecting, playing or just dreaming - this book is an excellent value. However, as others have pointed out, the binding is very poor. After only three readings, the binding on my copy appears to be ready to separate in two places.My review is based n the quality of the contents, not the binding, but you should be aware that this book will not stand up to even normal handling.