LEGO Ideas Adventure Time Sets Now In Stores!

It is always so cool to see a set you supported on LEGO Ideas actually come to fruition. Back in 2015, I wrote about a LEGO Ideas Adventure Time project. (You can read the original post here.) And you don’t have to read the original post, but you can see what those original designs looked like in the image below.


While not all the original characters created made the cut, you can see the official line up below:

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In the set, you will find, starting at the top from left to right:

  • Finn
  • Lady Rainicorn
  • Jake
  • Marceline
  • BMO
  • Princess Bubblegum
  • Ice King
  • Gunter



Here is the official description from the LEGO Shop@Home website:

Display and role-play with this LEGO® Adventure Time™ set, featuring eight buildable Adventure Time characters with an assortment of play-starting accessory elements. An ideal gift for fans of the popular Cartoon Network animated TV series.

  • Features eight buildable LEGO® brick Adventure Time™ characters: Finn, Jake, Princess Bubblegum, Lady Rainicorn, Marceline, BMO, Ice King and Gunter.
  • Finn, Princess Bubblegum, Marceline and Ice King each have movable arms.
  • Includes Finn’s sword.
  • Accessory elements include Marceline’s axe-bass, BMO’s joysticks and Ice King’s translucent-blue stars.
  • Great for display or role-playing funny scenes from Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time™ series.
  • Includes a booklet about the animated TV series and the fan designer of this set.
  • This set includes over 495 pieces.
  • Finn stands over 2” (6cm) tall.
  • Jake stands over 1” (5cm) tall.
  • Princess Bubblegum stands over 3” (10cm) tall.
  • Lady Rainicorn measures over 2” (7cm) tall and 7” (20cm) long.
  • Marceline stands over 3” (8cm) tall.
  • BMO stands over 1” (3cm) tall.
  • Gunter stands over 1” (4cm) tall.
  • Ice King stands over 4” (11cm) tall.

The set became available on January 1st and comes with 495 pieces. You can pick up your own for $50 on Shop@Home.

I really love what they did with most of the characters. However, I do think it’s weird that Finn’s joints don’t match the color of his shirt and that they didn’t make a hat for Marceline.

Have I watched the show yet, you ask? No, no I haven’t. But I still like the characters none-the-less.

Will you be picking up a LEGO Ideas Adventure Time set?

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