The Simpsons

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of "The Simpsons," Lego and Twentieth Century Fox announced today they are releasing a set of Lego minifigures. Featuring 16 favorites from the show, from Homer Simpson to Krusty the Clown, the figures will be available in May for $4 each.

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Homer Simpson

Homer Simpson.

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Bart Simpson

Bart Simpson.

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Lisa Simpson

Lisa Simpson.

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Marge Simpson

Marge Simpson.

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Maggie Simpson

Maggie Simpson.

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Krusty the Clown

Krusty the Clown.

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Mr. Burns

Mr. Burns.

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Apu

Apu.

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Ned Flanders

Ned Flanders.

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Millhouse

Millhouse.

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Scratchy

Scratchy.

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Itchy

Itchy.

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Chief Wiggum

Chief Wiggum.

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Grandpa Simpson

Grandpa Simpson.

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Nelson

Nelson Muntz.

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Ralph Wiggum

Ralph Wiggum.

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