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Mixels is a theme introduced in March 2014. It is part of a collaborative effort between LEGO and Cartoon Network to create a unique multi-platform franchise.[1] The Mixels IP includes a TV series that started airing in early 2014 on Cartoon Network, games, and the LEGO theme. After three years and nine waves, the theme was discontinued after the third 2016 wave.[2]

Description[edit | edit source]

Mixels are small creatures that can mix and combine with one another. These creatures are often made to represent real world or existing fictional creatures, such as dragons or bugs, though others are more humanoid, and others still use totally unique designs. They are sold in several waves of small, bagged sets.

Mixels are split into tribes. Each tribe started out with three tribe members (and, thus, three sets), though the Infernites, Frosticons, and Glorp Corp tribes received three additional members in future waves, bringing their member and set count to six each. Each tribe and its members is designed around a particular motif. In earlier waves, this motif was often elemental (the Infernites, for example, use red and transparent red elements to evoke the appearance of fire), though in later waves, the motifs could be any characteristic (for example, the MCPD tribe's police theme).

Apart from traits shared within a tribe, several traits are common among the Mixels in general, as a result of their cartoonish design. One such trait, for example, is a large, opening and closing mouth; in fact, it is common for a majority of a Mixel's body to consist of its head. One trademark of the theme are the Mixels' mini grey ball joints, frequently used to give their limbs extensive mobility. With these, it is often that the mini ball joints will appear in just the legs or just the arms, with the rest of the Mixel's limbs gaining their mobility from hinged elements or turn tables. All Mixels also have either one or two eyes (excepting 41553 Vaka-Waka, who has three). Mixels' eyes can take the form of white round 2x2 or 1x1 tiles, white ball elements, or white minifigure heads, all of which are printed to have black irises and white pupils (and, in the case of round tiles, the occasional grey eyelid). Other lego bricks can also act as eyelids when attached to the white-minifigure-head eyes. One interesting exception to the patterns above is 41533 Globert, who still features the white eye, black iris, and white pupil combination, but made out of two pieces: a printed black 2x2 round tile placed upon a white glow-in-the-dark disc.

Other common Mixel attributes are claws, teeth, and spikes, some made with existing tooth elements, and others made using new bricks, which take the structure of 1x2 white plates with two white teeth sticking up from the top or bottom or three white teeth sticking out from one 2-studs-long side.

One set from each tribe's waves also includes a black and white Nixel. The Nixels have small, black bodies, with legs made from black slope elements and arms made from clips, claws, or other pieces. They also have black ears and a large, angry or evil-looking face, using white 2x2 round tiles printed with the Nixel's facial features in black. While the Mixels all have unique personalities and names, the Nixels (excepting the leading King Nixel) that appear in sets are unnamed and, for the most part, interchangeable. Most early Nixels, in addition to being unnamed, have little defining characteristics, though Mixels included in later waves have greater physical distinction. For example, the Nixel included in 41570 Skrubz has a broken leg and sad face, and the Nixel in 41575 Cobrax has a ninja mask.

Background[edit | edit source]

The Mixels live in a fantastical, diverse world, split up into different tribes living in different locations suited to their needs. The Mixels like to combine, or "mix", with one another to create new characters, using special cubits in the process. A mix between three different members of the same tribe is called "maxing", and failed mixes are called "murps". The Nixels, which tear apart all they encounter, will also frequently tear apart the combinations the Mixels come up with. Hating the Mixels' combinations, the Nixels aim to hide and destroy all the cubits, the objects that allow the Mixels to mix in the first place.

Tribes[edit | edit source]

The Mixels are split up into a variety of tribes. All tribes have three members, excepting the Infernites, Frosticons, and Glorp Corp, which have six members each.

The Infernites[edit | edit source]

These fire-oriented Mixels are largely red in colour, and typically take on a fairly humanoid shape. Fire-shaped elements are present in their designs. They live in magma wastelands near the center of the earth. The current known members are Flain, Vulk, and Zorch, introduced in 2014, and Meltus, Flamzer, and Burnard, introduced in 2015.

The Cragsters[edit | edit source]

These rock-oriented Mixels are mostly grey, with some gold detailing, and have asymmetrical bodies with rocky, uneven surfaces. They are industrious miners, living in the tunnels and caverns of the world, and are great at smashing and digging. The current known members are Krader, Seismo, and Shuff.

The Electroids[edit | edit source]

These electricity-oriented Mixels are largely yellow in colour, and typically take on a fairly humanoid shape. Their heads or hands feature transparent blue lightning bolts or studs. They live in metal forests high up in the mountains to stay as close as possible to the lightning storms that energize them, and are a little crazy because of the exposure to the lightning. The current known members are Teslo, Zaptor, and Volectro.

The Frosticons[edit | edit source]

These ice-oriented Mixels are largely blue in colour, and take on a reptilian-like shape. They live in the frozen crystalline shells of dead volcanoes. The current known members are Slumbo, Lunk, and Flurr, introduced in 2014, and Krog, Chilbo, and Snoof, introduced in 2015.

The Fang Gang[edit | edit source]

These teeth-oriented Mixels are largely brown in colour, and take on a carnivorous form. They live on a farm and grow food to satisfy their massive appetites. The current known members are Chomly, Gobba, and Jawg.

The Flexers[edit | edit source]

These rubber-oriented Mixels are largely orange in color and have sea creature-like forms. They live in the Rubberlands, while defending themselves from the Nixels. Their current known members are Kraw, Tentro, and Balk.

The Glorp Corp[edit | edit source]

These swamp-oriented Mixels are largely green in color and have murky shapes. They live in swamps and seek thrills. Their current known members are Glomp, Glurt, and Torts, introduced in 2014, and Dribbal, Gurggle, and Slusho, introduced in 2015.

The Spikels[edit | edit source]

These spike-oriented Mixels are largely tan in color and take on slightly animal-like shapes. They are fun-loving. Their current known members are Footi, Scorpi, and Hoogi.

The Wiztastics[edit | edit source]

These magic-oriented Mixels are largely purple in color and take on inconsistent shape. They travel along the land and put on magic shows. Their current known members are Mesmo, Magnifo, and Wizwuz.

The Orbitons[edit | edit source]

These space Mixels were released in 2015. Their colors are green, white and gold. They all have jetpacks to fly around space. Nurp Naut is based on an astronaut, Rokit is based on a satellite, and Niksput is based on a rocket.

The Glowkies[edit | edit source]

These night (glow in the dark) themed Mixels are based on night animals and were released in 2015. Their main color is dark blue and they include some white glow elements that will make them glow in the dark. Their current known members are Globert and Vampos, who are based on bats, and Boogly, who is based on a bug.

The Klinkers[edit | edit source]

These steampunk Mixels are based around junk and scrap metal, and were released in 2015. Their main color is brown with metallic gold and silver elements. Their current known members are Gox, Jinky, and Kamzo.

The Lixers[edit | edit source]

These tongue-oriented Mixels are largely yellow in color and take on various animal-like shapes. Their current known members are Spugg, Turg, and Tungster.

The Weldos[edit | edit source]

These construction-oriented Mixels are based on various construction machines and were released in 2015. They are yellow and grey in color, with black and transparent red elements. Their current known members are Kramm, Forx, and Snax.

The Munchos[edit | edit source]

These food-based Mixels are purple and lavender in color and come in various shapes. Each member has a few food-based props with them and were released in 2015. Their current known members are Snax, Berp, and Vaka-Waka.

The MCPD[edit | edit source]

These police-based Mixels are blue, red, and white in color and were released in 2016. They come in various shapes. Their current known members are Kuffs, Busto, and Tiketz.

Series: 7 Numbers: 41554 41555 41556 Home: MCPD land Occupation: Police Mixels Member: Tiketz

Kuffs: The police officer who has handcuffs. Busto: A mixel who has a jail cell. Tiketz: The member who likes to make arrests.

Trivia Their member, or boss, is Tiketz.

The Medivals[edit | edit source]

These medieval-based Mixels are grey, brown, and red in color and were released in 2016. They are based on various medieval concepts. Their current known members are Camillot and Mixadel, who are based on castle structures, and Paladum, who is based on Pegasus.

The Mixies[edit | edit source]

These music-based Mixels are yellow and purple in color and were released in 2016. They are shaped like musical instruments. Their current known members are Jamzy, Tapsy, and Trumpsy.

The MCFD[edit | edit source]

These fireman-based Mixels are red and yellow in color and were released in 2016. They are shaped like various fire equipment. Each member has an element to resemble water. Their current known members are Splasho, Aquad, and Hydro.

The Pyrratz[edit | edit source]

These pirate-based Mixels are red, brown, and white in color and were released in 2016. They have various shapes, with most of their designs coming from sea creatures. Each of them has a 1x1 disc to represent gold. Their current known members are Sharx, Skulzy, and Lewt.

The Medix[edit | edit source]

These medical-based Mixels are white and mint in color and were released in 2016. They are shaped like various medical equipment. Their current known members are Surgeo, Skrubz, and Tuth.

The Trashoz[edit | edit source]

These garbage-based Mixels are green and yellow in color and were released in 2016. They have various shapes, with most of their designs coming from garbage maintenance objects. Their current known members are Gobbol, Sweepz, and Compax

The Nindjas[edit | edit source]

These ninja-based Mixels are orange and black in color and were released in 2016. They come in various shapes. Their current known members are Cobrax, Spinza, and Mysto.

The Newzers[edit | edit source]

These news-based Mixels are black, blue, and yellow in color and were released in 2016. They are shaped like various news equipment. Their current known members are Screeno, Camsta, and Myke.

List of sets[edit | edit source]

Image # Set Pieces Figures Price Released
41500.jpg 41500  Flain  58     $4.99 / €3.99  July 2002 (Remake), March 2014 
41501.jpg 41501  Vulk  69     $4.99 / €3.99  July 2002 (Remake), March 2014 
41502.jpg 41502  Zorch  45     $4.99 / €3.99  July 2002 (Remake), March 2014 
41503.jpg 41503  Krader  66     $4.99 / €3.99  March 2014 
41504.jpg 41504  Seismo  50     $4.99 / €3.99  March 2014 
41505.jpg 41505  Shuff  51     $4.99 / €3.99  March 2014 
41506.jpg 41506  Teslo  54     $4.99 / €3.99  March 2014 
41507.jpg 41507  Zaptor  61     $4.99 / €3.99  March 2014 
41508.jpg 41508  Volectro  70     $4.99 / €3.99  March 2014 
Slumbo.jpg 41509  Slumbo  61     $4.99 / €3.99  June 2014 
41510-1.jpg 41510  Lunk  51     $4.99 / €3.99  June 2014 
Flurr.jpg 41511  Flurr  46     $4.99 / €3.99  June 2014 
Chomly.jpg 41512  Chomly  68     $4.99 / €3.99  June 2014 
Gobba.jpg 41513  Gobba  57     $4.99 / €3.99  June 2014 
Jawg.jpg 41514  Jawg  61     $4.99 / €3.99  June 2014 
Kraw-Bag.jpg 41515  Kraw  70     $4.99 / €3.99  December 2002 (Remake), June 2014 
41516.jpg 41516  Tentro  69     $4.99 / €3.99  June 2014 
41517.jpg 41517  Balk  68     $4.99 / €3.99  June 2014 
41518-1.jpg 41518  Glomp  64     $4.99 / €3.99  September 2014 
41519-1.jpg 41519  Glurt  62     $4.99 / €3.99  September 2014 
41520-box.jpg 41520  Torts  48     $4.99 / €3.99  September 2014 
41521.jpg 41521  Footi  72     $4.99 / €3.99  September 2014 
41522-1.jpg 41522  Scorpi  70     $4.99 / €3.99  September 2014 
41523-1.jpg 41523  Hoogi  69     $4.99 / €3.99  September 2014 
41524-1.jpg 41524  Mesmo  64     $4.99 / €3.99  September 2014 
41525-1.jpg 41525  Magnifo  61     $4.99 / €3.99  September 2014 
41526-1.jpg 41526  Wizwuz  61     $4.99 / €3.99  September 2014 
RokitBag.png 41527  Rokit  66     $4.99 / €3.99  February 2015 
NiksputPack.png 41528  Niksput  62     $4.99 / €3.99  February 2015 
NurpNautPack.png 41529  Nurp-Naut  52     $4.99  February 2015 
MeltusBag.png 41530  Meltus  60     $4.99  February 2015 
FlamzerBag.png 41531  Flamzer  60     $4.99  February 2015 
BurnardPack.png 41532  Burnard  58     $4.99  February 2015 
GlobertPack.png 41533  Globert  45     $4.99  February 2015 
VamposPack.png 41534  Vampos  59     $4.99  November 2002 (2D & 3D), February 2015 
BooglyPack.png 41535  Boogly  52       February 2015 
41536-bag.jpg 41536  Gox       $4.99  2015 
41537-bag.jpg 41537  Jinky       $4.99  2015 
41538-bag.jpg 41538  Kamzo       $4.99  2015 
41539-bag.jpg 41539  Krog       $4.99  2015 
41540-bag.jpg 41540  Chilbo       $4.99  2015 
41541-bag.jpg 41541  Snoof       $4.99  2015 
41542-bag.jpg 41542  Spugg       $4.99  2015 
41543-bag.jpg 41543  Turg       $4.99  2015 
41544-bag.jpg 41544  Tungster  60     $4.99  June 2015 
41545-box.png 41545  Kramm  68     $4.99 / €3.99  2015 
41546-box.png 41546  Forx  65     $4.99 / €3.99  2015 
41547-box.png 41547  Wuzzo  74     $4.99 / €3.99  2015 
41548-box.png 41548  Dribbal  52     $4.99 / €3.99  2015 
41549-box.png 41549  Gurggle  66     $4.99 / €3.99  2015 
41550-box.png 41550  Slusho  53     $4.99 / €3.99  2015 
41551-box.png 41551  Snax  51     $4.99 / €3.99  2015 
41552-box.png 41552  Berp  51     $4.99 / €3.99  2015 
41553-box.png 41553  Vaka-Waka  69     $4.99 / €3.99  2015 
41554-box.png 41554  Kuffs  63     $4.99 / €3,99  February 2016 
41555-box.png 41555  Busto  69     $4.99 / €3,99  February 2016 
41556-box.png 41556  Tiketz  62     $4.99 / €3,99  February 2016 
41557-box.png 41557  Camillot  64     $4.99 / €3,99  February 2016 
41558-box.png 41558  Mixadel  63     $4.99 / €3,99  February 2016 
41559-box.png 41559  Paladum  64     $4.99 / €3,99  February 2016 
41560-box.png 41560  Jamzy  70     $4.99  February 2016 
41561-box.png 41561  Tapsy  57       February 2016 
41562-box.png 41562  Trumpsy  54       February 2016 
41563 alt1.png 41563  Splasho  67     $4.99  2016 
41564 alt1.png 41564  Aquad  70       2016 
41565 alt1.png 41565  Hydro  70       2016 
41566 alt1.png 41566  Sharx  55       2016 
41567 alt1.png 41567  Skulzy  66       2016 
41568 alt1.png 41568  Lewt  62       2016 
41569 alt1.png 41569  Surgeo  63       2016 
41570 alt1.png 41570  Skrubz  68       2016 
41571 alt1.png 41571  Tuth         June 2016 
41572-bag.png 41572  Gobbol  62     $4.99 / €3,99  October 1, 2016 
41573-bag.png 41573  Sweepz  61     $4.99 / €3,99  October 1, 2016 
41574-bag.png 41574  Compax  66     $4.99 / €3,99  October 1, 2016 
41575-bag.png 41575  Cobrax  64     $4.99 / €3,99  October 1, 2016 
41576-box.png 41576  Spinza  60     $4.99 / €3,99  October 1, 2016 
41577-set.png 41577  Mysto  64     $4.99 / €3,99  October 1, 2016 
41578-box.png 41578  Screeno  73     $4.99 / €3,99  October 1, 2016 
41579-box.png 41579  Camsta  62     $4.99 / €3,99  October 1, 2016 
41580-box.png 41580  Myke  63     $4.99 / €3,99  October 1, 2016 

Combiner Models[edit | edit source]

Image # Set Pieces Figures Price Released
No image Mixels  Max Model One          
No image Mixels  Max Model Two          
No image Mixels  Max Model Three          

List of TV shorts[edit | edit source]

Season One (2014)[edit | edit source]

No. in series


Original US airdate





Seismo and Zorch try to get a coconapple hanging from a tree.




Nine first wave Mixels fight over a single cookironi.


Hot Lava Shower


Infernites must fix the Lava Shower and they MAX to unclog the pipes.




Krader finds the Electroid kingdom. The other Cragsters go to free him and end up dancing in an Electorock (mix between Electroid and rock) dance party.




Flain and Seismo are about to have fun on the lava slide when some Nixels come to nix their fun. So they mix and fight off the Nixels.




Zaptor and Vulk mix to get rid of a pothole on the road.




Flain and Krader try getting across a river to get to the bun-bun barbecue party, but they keep making a Murp no matter what they try.




Shuff teams up with the other Cragsters to catch Zorch.


Another Nixel


Major Nixel forces the Nixels to get cubits.


Changing a Lightbulb


The Electroids must MAX up to change a lightbulb when the old one goes out.




Seismo and Shuff challenge Flain to a game of Rockball with Krader as his partner.


Wrong Colors


Volectro and Shuff are getting chased by hundreds of Nixels, but the only cubit they have has the wrong colors.


Nixel "Mix Over"


Major Nixel paints two other Nixels orange and blue to steal a cubit from Lunk and Balk.


Bar B Cubes


Vulk and Slumbo mix and open a bar-B-cube stand while Krader and Volectro mix and open a rock-pop stand and both try to get Gobba to eat at their stand, because he has only 1 muck.


Snow Half-Pipe


Flain, Krader, Jawg, Kraw, Slumbo and Flurr mix to do tricks on an ice half-pipe, but things don't work out for Flain and Krader...


Hamlogna Conveyer Belt Madness


Zaptor wants more hamlogna sandwiches, so he makes the conveyer belt go too fast for Lunk and Tentro to handle until they mix to make the sandwiches even faster!


Vaudeville Fun


Kraw and Gobba mix to a mime, a juggler, a street dancer, Shakespeare, a Hawaiian dancer and more to win a contest judged by Vulk, Slumbo, and Volectro, but lose.


Fang Gang Log Toss


Chomly and Jawg are hell bent on continuing their log toss game despite Slumbo and Flain’s protests.


High Five


Mixels mix to give Chomly more and more fun high fives, until they mix into a Murp…




Lunk has seconds to get to a birthday party and he needs to mix to make it in time!


Epic Comedy Adventure


When General Nix tries to stop the annual Mixfest, it’s up to Flain and friends to bring back mixing!


Murp Romp


There is a Murp on the loose and the Mixels must catch it before it destroys everything!

Season 2 (2015)[edit | edit source]

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Original US airdate



Mixel Moon Madness


A relaxing Infernite camping trip turns into a crazy alien abduction that reveals even more fantastical Mixels on the moon.


A Quest for the Lost Mixamajig


A group of Mixels set out on a quest for the mythical Mixamajig, not knowing that it is part of King Nixel's evil plot.


Every Knight Has Its Day


Camillot and Mixadel go to Mixopolis Middle School to learn how to mix with the "common" Mixels.


Nixel Nixel Go Away


Booger must stop King Nixel from replacing Cubits with "I-Cubits" and taking over Mixopolis.

Press Release[edit | edit source]

Red2x2.png This is a description taken from PR Newswire. Do not modify it. Cartoon Network and The LEGO Group Reveal Groundbreaking IP Development with New Mixels Franchise

Multiple Mixels Elements Set Launch in 2014.

Cartoon Network and The LEGO Group announced today that they will jointly produce an unprecedented new global entertainment franchise. Launching in 2014, Mixels is the next franchise in integrated family entertainment from two of the world’s leading experts in youth engagement. The new venture will feature animated content (primarily shorts), a rich digital gaming experience, a collectible building toy concept and more.

Animated content will air on Cartoon Network and on www.cartoonnetwork.com, featuring the colorful Mixels creatures that can mix and combine with one another in creative and unpredictable storylines. A collectible portfolio of low-priced mini building sets will launch in three waves in 2014 and an app-powered gaming experience will engage fans in a deep mobile game that will cover the sprawling world of Mixels.

Mixels was developed through a true collaboration between Cartoon Network, a leading global kids entertainment company, and The LEGO Group, globally renowned for its heritage of quality, creative play experiences. The two companies joined forces when Cartoon Network Studios had an interest in creating original content based on the inherent open-ended values of LEGO® play, at the same time that The LEGO Group was exploring a new concept involving small creatures – and Mixels was born. The property was developed by a multinational team of content innovators, designers and animators – from Los Angeles to Atlanta to San Diego to Connecticut to Denmark.

“This is the next step in the evolution of Cartoon Network Studios and the way we develop original IP,” said Rob Sorcher, chief content officer, Cartoon Network. “Bringing together world-class animators and game developers with LEGO content and product design teams at the earliest stages of creation proved to be an energizing collaboration, showcasing the creative strengths of both brands.”

“Our relationship with Cartoon Network has really evolved and they have been really great, supportive partners who share our passion for children,” said Jill Wilfert, vice president licensing and entertainment for The LEGO Group. “After working closely with them for the last few years, it is obvious that they truly understand and fully embrace our brand and our core values, so we are thrilled to embark on this new journey to develop and deliver a highly creative and fully integrated new experience with them.”

“Families today are engaged in many ways and want a seamless entertainment experience,” said Stuart Snyder, president and chief operating officer for Turner’s Animation, Young Adults & Kids Media Division. “The reach of all the Cartoon Network platforms combined with the different touch points of the beloved LEGO brand will enable us to create a fully integrated and rich experience from the very beginning.”

Mixels will inspire new ways for young people to engage in immersive entertainment content that fuels sustainable, creative physical and virtual play. Fans and the audience will become creators and active participants in the process, creating new characters and content. This is a multi-format, multi-platform experience where a kid can join in anytime, anywhere.

With this exciting new franchise, Cartoon Network Studios will drive all narrative, animation and digital content and Cartoon Network Enterprises will handle Mixels non-toy licensed merchandise. The LEGO Group will focus on Mixels toy design, manufacture and distribution as well as licensed LEGO Mixels publishing to support the property.

Cartoon Network (CartoonNetwork.com) consistently is the #1 U.S. television network among boys 6-11. Currently seen in nearly 100 million U.S. homes and 194 countries around the world, Cartoon Network is Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.’s ad-supported cable service now available in HD offering the best in original, acquired and classic entertainment for kids and families. In addition to Emmy®-winning original programming and industry-leading digital apps and online games, Cartoon Network embraces key social issues affecting families with solution-oriented initiatives such as Stop Bullying: Speak Up and the Move It Movement.

The LEGO Group is a privately held, family-owned company, based in Billund, Denmark. It was founded in 1932 and today the group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of play materials for children. The LEGO Group is committed to the development of children’s creative and imaginative abilities. LEGO products can be purchased in more than 130 countries. For more information, visit www.LEGO.com.

LEGO, its logo, the brick and knob configuration and the MiniFigure are trademarks of and © The LEGO Group. All Rights Reserved.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The working title for LEGO Mixels theme was "LEGO Monsters" during prototype development.[3]
  • At the 2014 London Toy Fair, Mixels Series 1 was granted the Sixth Annual Best New Toys Award in the pocket money category.[4]
  • The Mixels fight opponents called Nixels,[5] which appear in the first wave sets 41503 Krader, 41506 Teslo, and 41501 Vulk, as well as various sets in future waves. One Mixel per tribe comes with a Nixel.
  • One of the main selling points for the theme is to collect three of a tribe to make Max Mixels out of LEGO, and also to make your own mixes.

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