Lego Martin Prince

Who is the smartest kid in Bart’s class?  why it is Martin Prince, of course.  And here is Martin in Lego form.

Martin is a bit of an outcast.  Not only do kids his own age not like him, but most of the adults in Springfield don’t either.   If you ask me, it is all his own fault.  Martin is a smart kid, and isn’t afraid to tell others about just how smart he is.  Not very humble.  And not a way to make friends, either.

If you want to get a Lego Martin Prince, you are going to have to work for it.  You see, there are 16 different minifigures in this Lego series.  So if you find one of the little yellow and blue bags you have to feel around inside to see if you get Martin, or buy as many as you can.   I like to shop at because I am an Amazon Prime member, which means I get free 2-day shipping (plus I can stream over 40,000 movies).  Click the link above to find out more.  But you can also get the bags at Toys R Us, Target, and of course the Lego store and

Martin Prince has a white shirt with a printed collar and pocket with a pen in it.  His pants are the short kind (his legs don’t move) and are orange with a yellow stripe.  The Martin Lego Minifigure has an accessory book called “Coping with a High IQ”.

Also In the bag is a folded sheet with all the different characters that you can collect on one side, and the back has more information about the Lego Simpsons series.

This is what the official Lego website says about the Martin Prince Minifigure:

A lute-playing, tattle-telling teacher’s pet, Martin Prince is the smartest kid in Bart’s class, a fact that he proudly mentions whenever possible. Perhaps not coincidentally, he is disliked by most of his classmates at school, as well as many of the teachers. Martin is the leader of the Super Friends, a group of misfit brainiac kids who meet secretly in the school’s deserted boiler room, where they can do extra-credit projects without fear of reprisal from their fellow students.

What do you think of the Martin?  Is he your favorite?  Let me know why in the comments below.


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