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“No outer-space menace escapes the Galaxy Patrol!”
―Galaxy Patrol
Galaxy Patrol

Minifigures (Theme)
    Series 7


Twin barrel ray gun, armour, helmet




The Galaxy Patrol is a Collectable Minifigure released in 2012, as one of the sixteen minifigures from 8831 Minifigures Series 7 in April 2012. He will also appear in LEGO Minifigures Online.


He has an Earth Blue suit, and a helmet and a new armour piece. Instead of a visor piece for his helmet, he has double sided printing on his head to simulate an orange visor with an aiming crosshair, while on the other side of the head he has a mechanized eye piece.


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“No outer-space menace escapes the Galaxy Patrol!”

The members of the Galaxy Patrol are an elite squadron of deep-space heroes who are dispatched to the most remote and dangerous sectors of the galaxy to fight cosmic evil wherever it appears. With their heavy-duty space armor and helmet-mounted tactical computers, they’ve got the gear, the training and the attitude to always get the mission done.

To join the Galaxy Patrol, you’ve got to be as tough as space-nails, able to resist the mind-control powers of a Pluuvian Brain-Beast, and capable of holding your breath in vacuum for at least 42 quarkoids. Most recruits wash out, but the ones that are left are the best of the best, ready to defend the universe from interstellar threats of any and every kind – no matter how many eyes, claws and tentacles they may have!


  • The new armour features Classic Space logos on the shoulders.
  • He has a double sided head.
  • His name, Luiz, is printed on the top left corner of his torso.
  • His bio mentions the Pluuvian Brain-Beast, saying that Galaxy Patrollers can withstand the brain-sucking attackers.
  • His bio says he is capable of holding his breath in a vacuum for at least 42 quarkoids, a reference to the book The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy.
  • In a LEGO Club Magazine, this minifigure is called a "Space Marine."



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