The top children’s animated television program in the world is SpongeBob SquarePants, a U.S. television cartoon series created by Nickelodeon. The show debuted in Nicktoons in 1999 and has since grown to become one of the most popular animated programs of all time. The plot revolves around SpongeBob Squarepants, a sea sponge who lives in Bikini Bottom, a picture-perfect community at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. It has been nothing short of spectacular how the show’s enormous following has grown. The audience’s range of ages is not restricted to any particular group of people. Thousands of products featuring SpongeBob have been made possible by his popularity. Anything from action figures to children’s pajamas is included in this category. Imation Electronics Products partnered with the franchise in 2007 and, using the brand Npower, released themed digital cameras, DVD players, and even flat-screen televisions! One of the most well-known and lucrative licensing deals ever is between SpongeBob SquarePants and Lego. These Lego sets are now standing alongside other prestigious Lego theme sets like Star Wars, Batman, Harry Potter, and Indiana Jones!
The Lego SpongeBob toy sets that are currently available in most toy stores and online retailers are some of the Lego toy building sets that have sold the fastest since the year 2000. Along with two other themes, Lego Avatar: The Last Airbender sets and Lego Batman sets, these themed sets were released in 2006. The majority of the SpongeBob toy sets and minifigs were influenced by scenes from the show’s final three seasons. Not all Lego SpongeBob products are currently offered in shops across the globe.
Because it actually enables the builder to peer inside SpongeBob’s head, the Lego Build-A-Bob Set is fascinating. One of the supporting characters in the animated series and resident of SpongeBob’s brain, Plankton, has a home in this playset. The actual SpongeBob mini-figure stands over 11 inches tall and has round eyes that are spinning erratically and plastic bubbles coming out of his mouth. Children can put the set’s 445 Lego pieces together in a variety of ways. For kids between the ages of 7 and 12, this set is advised. A thorough instruction sheet or manual with three-dimensional assembly diagrams is always included in the boxes of Lego building sets. Children can purchase additional sets to combine with the Build-A-Bob Set, such as The Krusty Krab, Chum Bucket, Mrs. Additionally, Puff’s Boating School Released in January 2009, the two newest sets “Krusty Krab Adventures” and the “Good Neighbors in Bikini Bottom” are inspired by cartoon episodes aired in December 2008.
Adventures at Bikini Bottom is by far the most well-liked of these sets. The set includes Patrick Star’s rock, Squidward’s tiki house, and SpongeBob’s pineapple house, all of which are situated on the ocean floor. The collection also includes swarms of jellyfish and minifigures of SpongeBob, Squidward, and Gary. Even a real pull back motor is included in Patrick’s boat!
Of course, there is additional merchandise available in addition to the actual Lego sets and minifigures that preschoolers, young children, and adults can all enjoy. Various Nicktoon characters, including Patrick Star, Mr. T, and other ones, are available on Lego key chains. Squidward Tentacles, Mrs. Krabs, Sandy Cheeks, and Mr. Puff and Spongebob Squarepants himself, of course.