LEGO Minifigure: A Visual History

Hey everyone! Today I have a different sort of review. I have a reveiw of a LEGO Book, the LEGO Minifigure: Year by Year.
 I got a Barnes and Noble gift card for Christmas and spent it on a LEGO Book.

The book is HUGE. it has 251 pages of content.

 I'll just show the highlights of the book, it  is a pretty extensive book.

It starts of with the beginnings of the Minifigure in the 1970s. I think it is amazing at how simple the figures are.

Each year starts off with a summary of releases and themes in that year.

One of the cooler figs I found in the book was the Blacktron Astronaut.

It shows some themes that I hadn't heard of, such as UFO.

The book also shows non Minifigures, like the Technic figs.

I really like this version of Professor Snape, the glow in the dark head really makes him stand out.

On thing I thought was really weird  is the LEGO NBA figures with spring legs.

As I moved farther along in the book, I found the boggart version of Snape.

I also learned that there was LEGO Bionicle figures.

I also saw the official LEGO Club Max minifig.

I saw so many things, it would take ages to review.

I also caught a glimpse of the ultra rare solid gold C-3PO minifig.
The book comes with three Minifigures, a Townsperson, a Stormtrooper and a Robber.

I can now finally say I have on of the original smiley heads. I already had the variant of the Stormtrooper, but I guess my army just expanded. Oh, and here's a look at the Stormtrooper's head.

I really like this book. It is really big and entertained me for a long car ride. I really like all the facts and trivia in the book. The minifigs are a great bonus. I didn't even scrape the surface of all the intriguing things in the book. If you love Minifigures, then this book is a must buy.

Now the Minifigures get to pick out their favorites.

That's it for now, thanks for reading!