The LEGO BrickHeadz is a figure product line that debuted in 2017. There have been 130 LEGO BrickHeadz figures released as of this blog.
The Mickey and Friends series of LEGO BrickHeadz started in 2018 for Mickey and Minnie’s 90th Anniversary. That Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse LEGO BrickHeadz releases have since been retired. A set of Goofy and Pluto and a Donald Duck release were released in February 2020. Daisy Duck along with a DuckTales set that included Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey, and Louie were released this month June 2021.
This week we will be taking a closer look at the Disney Ducks of LEGO BrickHeadz. Today, we have the duck that started it all, Donald Duck.
The Donald Duck LEGO BrickHeadz is release #101 in the LEGO BrickHeadz product line and comes with 90 LEGO pieces. There was no instruction manual in the box, but like most new LEGO sets, you can find the instruction manual online on LEGO’s website.
Donald Duck LEGO BrickHeadz Instruction Manual
The Donald Duck LEGO BrickHeadz can be displayed on the black LEGO plate display base or without it. He stands just fine on his own. Here are some pics that I took displayed with the previously released Donald Duck LEGO Minifigure as well as other LEGO BrickHeadz in the series.
Where to Buy?
The LEGO BrickHeadz Donald Duck figure is a LEGO store exclusive. He retails for $9.99 and can be ordered on the LEGO Shop online.
Order: LEGO BrickHeadz Donald Duck (LEGO Shop)
LEGO BrickHeadz are like Funko POP! figures made of LEGO bricks. I did not have the LEGO BrickHeadz Donald Duck when I first heard that a Daisy Duck and DuckTales set was going to be released. I was very happy to see that the LEGO Shop still had them in stock as LEGO BrickHeadz usually get retired a year after they are released. If you plan on getting Daisy Duck and the DuckTales set, then you are definitely going to need Donald. So don’t hesitate as he could go to an Out of Stock or Retired status at any time.