Elvis Lego Figure

Little Legend's Elvis Presley minifigures are designed and hand customised by the Little-Legends team using brand new Lego parts and custom components to bring you an inspired tribute to ‘The King’.  Each figure comes with its own display stand and free gift box making a unique and quirky present for Elvis fans and collectors alike. You may also like the Elvis Presley - Las Vegas Edition with extra quiffage, custom cape and microphone!  You could also check out the Custom Guitar section to personalise your Elvis!  Designed for display and light play only. Images are larger than life to show details, figures are normal Lego Minifigure size (approx. 2 inches tall).

Source: Elvis Unlimited / Updated: May 5, 2010 
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Mystery Rider (profilecontact) wrote on May 9, 2010report abuse
Makes him appear as if he was in the center ring of Ringling Brothers Circus as the head clown. Enough is enough.
Natha (profilecontact) wrote on May 8, 2010report abuse
Lego is for kids. So kids are introduced (though many kids know Elvis) to the King. All figures in Lego are limited to the format. Faces are equal, apart from the paint on it. Kids have a different view on things that grown-ups. Hence let them have fun with the Elvis Figure.
circleG (profilecontact) wrote on May 7, 2010report abuse
I was hoping it would have been an image from the 50's as the jumpsuits only looked good on elvis
Jerome-the-third (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
considering Elvis his good sense of humour he would have probably liked it and would have understood the true meaning of LEGO..
Santa Claus (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
I hope there will also be a Charlie Hodge and Red West figure and a miniature Graceland. I could add the Lego Starwars Spaceships of my son and yes ... then there would be a Darth Vader vs. Elvis battle. The Imperialistic troopers against the Memphis Mafia. My wish comes true.
Pedro Nuno (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
I like this idea, and don’t find it offensive. Would however prefer an Elvis from the 50's. But, anyway, The King himself made this image from 1975, on. So, if anyone is to blame...
ranskal (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
I think it is pretty cool! I used to play with LEGOs when I was a kid and I would have loved to have had a LEGO of the King! Plus, it looks like they tried representing the Aloha outfit which is awesome!
Jerome-the-third (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
I think Elvis would have thought liked it..
theoldscudder (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
This would look good on the Elvis cow coffee table that was recently on eBay. Seriously I have seen worse products on the King than this.
BeatRadar.com (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
Very cool, how many other artists do you get as a lego figure? Answer: None. The fans that dislike this are taking themselves and the king way, waaaay too serious. Cheer up, mates!
Deke Rivers 6 (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
A bit of fun I suppose.Not as good as the matchstick one several month's ago.This is how most people think of Elvis who didn't know or see him in the 50s.
I am Buffalo-Horn! (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
An awful lot of people enjoy Lego! Many non-Elvis collectors will like this & any publicity is good. Of course it doesn't look like Elvis, Lego figures are just humorous representations. Take a look at Lego Indiana Jones & Batman! It's a compliment, not an insult. Certainly expensive, but this doesn't just apply to the Elvis figures in this series.
Smile:-) (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
Hey, this only means that Elvis is iconic! (By the way, how can you ever make a Lego figurine look like the real thing...?). Don't take things too seriously;) I think this is kind of funny:) I don't own any Elvis gadgets (apart from one mug I must admit), but I'd rather buy a Lego figure than an audience recorded bootleg:) Elvis is iconic, Lego is simple and iconic, this is cool!
Steve V (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
Yet again Elvis will be viewed as a joke and cartoonish figure by those that see this. This looks more like Mario from Nintendo. Disgraceful & ridiculous.
snowplow floater (profilecontact) wrote on May 6, 2010report abuse
Yet again, this is Elvis the Cash Cow, except there ain't no blues boogie. Elvis the product vs Elvis The Musical genius. I go for the Musical genius every time and the greedy types who turn Graceland into DisGraceland should stop this comic nonsense and lets face it, it only exists because there is a market. I bet most of the types who buy this swag, have never even heard Mystery Train or ever got Elvis in the first place. Just mindless consumers vs music Lovers!!!
Jamie (profilecontact) wrote on May 5, 2010report abuse
Hello, in my opinion this product isn't funny and I find it offensive to the memory of a man who meant well and gave a lot of pleasure to people.
Monster (profilecontact) wrote on May 5, 2010report abuse
Looks more like an impersonator! Especially with th glasses/jumpsuit combo.

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