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What Do Ron Burgundy, Sheriff Rick and Dexter Have in Common? They’re all Minifigs!

by Paul Strauss
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Looking to upgrade your LEGO minifig collection with some new characters? Look no further than miniBIGS for their latest custom minifigs made in the likeness of various pop culture icons. For starters, we have this awesome minifig of the mustachioed Ron Burgundy from Anchorman.

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I only wish they made tiny versions of Brian, Champ, Veronica Corningstone and of course they need a LEGO Brick. Get it? Oh well, while we wait for those, how about a minifig Dexter Morgan? miniBIGS has got you covered.

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The little serial killer sells for $18 and comes complete with a knife, syringe, and even an interchangeable blood slide accessory. With this tiny Dexter in hand, you can act out your own version of the final season that doesn’t suck. And speaking of shows that don’t suck, these Walking Dead minifigs are awesome.

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The set includes The Governor, Glenn, Sheriff Rick, and a Riot Gear Zombie. You can buy them individually for $17.50 each, or grab the set of four for $60. While she’s not available from MiniBigs, I’ll let you in on a little secret. I have a Michonne minifig that I picked up at Chicago Comic Con this year, so I need to get The Governor just so I can reenact the scene where she turns him into a Cyclops.

As usual, each miniBIGS figure is made using the same quality printing technique used by LEGO, so they’re designed not to fade or scratch off. Awesome job guys! Can’t wait to see what you come up with next!




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Comments (2):

  1. Danni says:

    Hi

    Are you still selling the Dexter figure?

    Thanks

    Danni

  2. Toni says:

    How do I purchase the Dexter figure?

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