Series 8 Lego Minifigures

by LEGO®

Series 8 Lego Minifigures is rated 4 out of 5 by 30.
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Each series 8 minifigure comes in a sealed mystery bag so you never know which ones you are going to get! Each minifigure comes with their own accessory, display stand and collector's leaflet.

Dimensions: 0.38" H × 3.46" W × 4.61" L

Shipping weight: 0.1 lbs.

UPC: 673419163002

Found in: Bricks and Blocks
Appropriate for ages: 4 - 12

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great but a mixed bag (pun intended) These mini figures are a mixed bag. They in general offer characters of higher quality then what you normally get with the box set but since they are mystery bags you run into the high chance of getting duplicates (my first two bags from series 8 were both the same character yet my second two bags of series 10 were different characters). I still would highly recommend getting a few bags but might be worth buying in store since you can try to feel the bags a bit to improve your odds of not getting duplicates.
Date published: 2013-07-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Slightly Disappointed I ordered 9 of the Lego MiniFigures and was disappointed when the first 3 packages that my child opened were all the same. We didn't want to risk opening the other packages and I intend to exchange them in a store.
Date published: 2013-07-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Decent Series This is a very good little series and the minifigures that I got are very good and they are the Cowgirl which I think would very cool if Lego brought back the Old Western theme from 1998,the Red Cheerleader which also goes great with the other cheerleader from series 1 ,the Businessman which I got 1 or 2 of him and he reminds me a what people dressed like in the 1920's the Fairy I really like because she almost looks like Tinkerbell, The DJ because he looks somewhat like Cole from Ninjago and his shirt is very cool the Lederhosen Guy is okay and his pretzel is okay this figure reminds me somewhat about Germain fest in Germany, The Downhill Skier is not bad however I wish she had a double sided head but still a nice figure the Evil Robot was my least favorite and I got acouple of him as well but I like the part when you can take off his helmet because his face almost looks like a Terminator which is great and finally is the Pirate Captain and I like this figure alot as well because he reminds me of the old Lego Pirates line. The only figures that I couldn't find and that I wanted were the Football player and the Santa minifigure. I really think this is a good series and is proboly a great way to get some minifigures that you want if you can find the ones your looking for.
Date published: 2013-07-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from small problem I ordered these lego and as it says minimum of 3 i ordered 3 of each series. all 3 of each series was the exact same. so i bought 9 and got 3 different toys and 3 of each. not what i really wanted.
Date published: 2013-04-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent series I got these minifigures a while back, but I guess I'll review them now. I was kind of dissapointed with what I got, for chritsmas I got two downhill skiers, I can't blame my relatives, because there is no way they could have known, but I reccomend you buy these yourself so you can find which one you get. Because I got two of the same minifigures, my mom let me get anohter one at the store, and I got a cheerleader, I like that minifig better because it has a neat hairpeice and the pom poms are kinda cool, but I was still dissapointed. What made me more upset was one of my brohters got the man bat and the conquistador and my ohter brohter got the evil robot and that baker with the pretzel. I still liked alot of the mini figs in the series, I just thought my luck was not very good.
Date published: 2013-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Series 8: one of the best. I started collecting series 8 around November of last year, and I wasn't dissapointed. My favorite was probably the Leaderhosen Guy, it took me a while to find him though. The pieces in this series are easy to feel through the bag. The Evil Robot is the fifth minifig with that same gun, it seems a little repetitive. The Santa Minifig has a new hat and the Diver has a new Diving mask, and the "glass" piece magnifies his face! Overall, this series was great, but Series 9 is even better! I hope this helped. Play Well!
Date published: 2013-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awsome i love these they are so cool. i love the excitement when u get one and are opening it. love these.
Date published: 2012-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For the love of Minifigures!! Here we are again, with another fresh, colorful batch of minifigures! Almost everyone of them sings a song of originality and character. Their expressions and accessories really are what give them their personality, especially in the Actor! He and the DJ are my favorites. (I wanted to thank you, LEGO, for making the hair/headphone piece for the DJ. I will be forever grateful.) One reason I enjoy Minifigures is because of all the options it allows you. If you are, or want to be, a serious collector, these are perfect. If you want to add character and humor to your LEGO Town, again, perfect. If you need a variety of faces, hair, people, or really anything else, Minifigures are the thing for you! If you are into Stop-Motion animation, these guys allow for so much more possibilities. I want to say that Minifigures are BRILLIANT!!! Also, I am perfectly fine with the "mystery system". I think it shows who is dedicated, and who is not. If you want the complete series, then you have to put some work into it. I really hope this won't get me a bunch of Unhelpful-ness Votes, but, without LEGO, we wouldn't even have Minifigures...so, they get to make the rules. Keep it up LEGO, Minifigures ROCK! God bless, Takeshi7013
Date published: 2012-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Some more, good Minifigs! Good minifigures, I recommend the Dutch Boy Minifigure and the DJ. Pros: ~ Cheap ~ Nice minifigures Cons: ~ A little pricey for one minifigure
Date published: 2012-12-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Love the minifigures, Hate the "mystery" The disappointment of getting duplicates and never actually being able to complete a series is frustrating, to say the least. Isn't there a way you could number the packages (and still not reveal WHICH figure is inside) - allowing people to purchase one of every number???? They still won't know which figure they're getting, but at least they will know which numbers they have and which ones are still needed. It's a win-win for everyone. Either this OR Lego.com could sell full sets - so that people who wish to collect the series are able to do so. You really need to reconsider how you market the mini figures!!! Please.
Date published: 2012-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another great Lego mini figure This is a great product even though you don't get to choose the figure you get it adds a fun surprise to the product I really enjoy the fact that these figures come with little stands really helps add a display look to it. Looking forward to see Series 9.
Date published: 2012-11-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another great series I have to say this is a pretty good series, and there are a lot great ideas. so far i have the DJ and the conquestidor. I like the new headphone hair piece and the record and the case. I like the golden armor and the sword which can be used as a fencing sword for a future minifig. I know people disprove of the mystery bag, but you can just feel the pieces in the bag an if you know the figure you are looking for/trying to avoid that has a specific accessory (which i did to find the DJ). And of course there are a few repeats. The Lego team often makes the same minifig with either a different gender or design. This include the red cheerleader, the evil robot, the cowgirl, the downhill skier, the alien villainous, and the diver (which is acceptable because the series 1 diver looked more like a snorkeler than a diver). Overall this is a great series and i hope to get more for Christmas.
Date published: 2012-10-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Tired of duplicates My son likes the minifigures and has a good size collection of them from all of the series up to 7, but he has not yet been able to complete a single series or get all of his desired minifigures from a series. Attempting to do so has resulted in a lot of duplicates, which of course means a lot of wasted money. Not allowing customers to buy specific minifigures makes it difficult to get all the ones you want, and while I have tried to remain positive about the "mystery" aspect of the minifigures, I just can't afford to continue wasting money on these things. I think (most of) the minifigures are great and I'd gladly continue to buy them for my son if we were able to purchase the ones that he specifically wanted.
Date published: 2012-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from another great load of figures! i have the dj,spanish knight,cheerleader and leaderhosen guy. my favourit is the dj with his old records and record case. these bunch of minifigs are awsome and i hope lego group keep makeing more series'.
Date published: 2012-10-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Criminally Underrated Series Series 8 is so very underrated. You get several, original, great ideas. I only have the Vampire Bat and the Villainess, but both are great figures. Vampire Bat can be used in Monster Fighters, as a spare Man Bat, and the villainess in Alien Conquest as Hypaxxus's wife.
Date published: 2012-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great purchase but sadly missing parts These minifigures are really nice, but when we opened the Shakespeare figure, we discovered it was missing its hair piece! Unfortunately I can't find a way to order missing parts for these or I would have. Otherwise we're really very happy with these.
Date published: 2012-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best Minifigure series! When I first found this series on Lego.com I was wondering which minifigure I would buy out of the Fairy or the Downhill Skiier, I liked the blue cheerleader but having another red one seems a little bit like Lego have run out of ideas. I decided on the Downhill Skiier, because she has a really nice purple visor painted onto her face. I think the 'mystery packets' idea is interesting, but I'd say always feel the packets instead of just choosing randomly, unless you haven't got any of the minifigs before, then there's no chance of getting the same minifigure twice. So I let my brothers feel the packets while I walk round the shop. All together these minifigs are really neat (I've got my eye on the Fairy now) and are useful if you need characters for a city or if you've got a creater house that needs filling up with a family!
Date published: 2012-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great "Little People" I absolutely love minifigures; "The Little People". I have collected all of sereies 5,6,7 and 8. I got all the ones I wanted :). I simply bought 15 at a time brought them home and started feeling. They all have their own distinct characteristics and it is soooooo easy to do. I can identify with 100% accuracy :)...I love the fact that the guys out number the girls; where else in the world does that ever happen??.... My favorite in series 8 is the cowgirl she is adorable and I might add very easy to identify; her pony tail hair is attached to her hat :)
Date published: 2012-10-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I do agree that when you get a mystery bag and find you already have the minifigure, it really stinks. Try feeling the bag really well to recognize different pieces in the mystery bag. For instance, if you want the bat, you most likely will feel the bulge of the ears on the head. Try this, I have gotten a lot of mystery bags and have only gotten one duplicate!
Date published: 2012-10-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lego Minifigures Series 8 This series is pretty great. However, this is the series with the least amount of new pieces to date, so that's kind of disappointing. I have the Conquistador, Fairy, Evil Robot, 4 Santa Minifigures, and the Actor (Thespian). I felt the bags to get the ones I wanted, which I highly recommend doing. Don't keep buying random packs, that is a big waste of money. And Even though you might spend an hour or two in a store feeling the packets, its better to waste time than money. You will get random packs if you order them here. Here is how many minifigures are in each box sealed box of 60, so you can get a better idea of which are common or not; Evil Robot : 5 Conquistador : 4 Lederhosen Guy : 3 Cowgirl : 4 Football Player : 4 Diver : 3 Downhill Skier : 3 Businessman : 3 Fairy : 3 Santa : 4 Vampire Bat : 4 DJ : 5 Red Cheerleader : 4 Actor (Thespian) : 3 Pirate Captain : 5 Female Villainess : 3 Now let's get on to the minifigures! EVIL ROBOT This is a very awesome figure. I know most of you guys (including myself) are getting sick of figures in the minifigures series that look like this and have the ray gun. But this one is amazing, mainly because of all the printing. 8/10 ACTOR This figure is not that great, but at least its not a repeat of a figure we've gotten in past series'. I guess if you are a william shakespeare fan, you might want to get this. I really do love the thingamiginger that is around his neck. 6/10 FAIRY Very nice. Love the wings, they are just so awesome. And then with the cloth skirt and the wand really make her look great. Definetly going to recommend getting this figure. 8/10 SANTA Yes, I did get 4 of this figure on purpose. The hat is just really great to put on the minifigures in my winter village collection. This is definetly one of those to get multiples of. The belt on this figure is up a little high in my opinion, but then again, he needs to control his obesity from eating all those cookies so he can fit down the chimney LOL! The sack is very cool, a lot of uses there. 8/10 CONQUISTADOR My personal favorite of the ones I got. The gold on him is outstanding. It is not that dull pearl gold color (Like in the leprachaun's pot from series 6) it really stands out. No matter how many of you want to argue, his helmet is not new. It was used on a skeleton in the Temple of the Crystal Skull set from Indiana Jones, except it was in black. He has just a plain dark red torso underneath, which is ok. The sword is also the same from the Musketeer from series 4. 9/10 The final verdict on this series, there are some very cool ones, and then there are a lot of repeats, such as another skier and another cheerleader. There are some like the Football Player, that look accurate, but he comes with a trophy instead of a football. I mean come on, instead of making a new trophy, make a new football piece, it would make more sense. It's not the best series, but it is not the worst.
Date published: 2012-09-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just keeps getting better I think the whole minifigure series idea is absolutely fantastic and this series has a lot to offer. However, I agree with another reviewer that there should be more female figures. There have been more female figures in general sets since I first started playing with Lego sets nearly two decades ago, but the Lego designers could do a little bit more to make figures in sets and these series a little more gender equal. The mystery aspect of the series is interesting, but makes me think twice when there are only a few figures I adore enough to purchase. There are codes on every packet so you can tell which ones are which before opening if you know how to find it, but I'd like it if in the future Lego designers offered a non-mystery version for us who love the figures, but want to know what we are getting. I'd probably buy more if I knew what was in each packet. That being said, I ordered 4 from this series. I received a man-bat, two fairies, and the businessman. I was disappointed in the duplicate, but that can happen. I think the man-bat is funny and will go well with one of my monster sets. I'm lucky to have gotten the businessman because he is my favourite of this series. With bowler hat, suitcase, and special Lego tile newspaper, he makes me giggle (and the second thing I thought of when I saw him was "Watson" and rushed to pair him with the Sherlock "detective" of a previous series.) Overall, Lego designers have done an awesome job again, but think about more women next time and perhaps offering a non-mystery option.
Date published: 2012-09-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not Enough Female Minifigures I am a female and I LOVE Legos. I also have 2 daughters who love Legos. Only 1/4th of the minifigures are female, though. It would be great to see it half and half. I gave it a low score because of the frustration of not knowing what is in them. And because there aren't enough female ones. Good product if you don't care what you get and like being surprised. I would only recommend this to someone with a warning that you may get duplicates, or something you don't want.
Date published: 2012-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Santa Santa is the only figure I have, so I can only review him. He has a real Santa hat, instead of a pirate hat. He has grey eyebrows and a beard, and his torso printing makes him look a little fat like Santa does in real life. This is the first official Santa Claus, and it looks better than the advent calender ones. Mind you, they're also decent, but they just need a real Santa hat. For those who are upset with the mystery and want to collect the entire series, I suggest feeling the bags. You should get only a few at a time, and take the time to feel the packs. This way you can get the one you want, and save money. Most kids don't feel the packs (I did), so you have a chance of getting the one you want. If they were labelled, some would run out faster than others.
Date published: 2012-09-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Figures These are wonderful mini figures! I only have the red cheerleader, but the other figures look amazing. Here is a hint for those who are upset about about the blind packaging; Feel the bag. The mini figure's body and hair is specifically molded for the character. So if you can feel the hair or extra items, you might be able to tell which figure you have! Good luck!
Date published: 2012-09-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better then some Not the best series so far but quite good if you know how to feel. Some of the figs are recolours of past figs: eg Cheerleader, American Footballer thats near identical to a Ice hockey player. However one which I wrongly assumed to be a recolour was one of the best.: The Evil Robot has great printing and an amazing head under that robot mask. My personal favourites are : Diver, Man-Bat, Evil Alien Queen and of course The evil Robot. Pros: Some of the best figs so far.Great diver helmet and (surprise) fairy wings Cons: Recolours? Really Lego could not think of anything else but a red Cheerleader? Disappointing.
Date published: 2012-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great toy but Mystery bags very frustrating! I've been an avid collector and builder of lego for over twenty-five years. I'm a professional nanny and educator so lego has always featured highly as one of my most recommended toys to other parents and educators as well as gifts for my students and family. I'm sure I've spent thousands of dollars on Lego over the years and don't regret a penny. A couple of years ago, Lego started making the minifigures collections. I got really excited. I love the minifigures. The detail is superb and the pieces are high quality. However, I am extremely frustrated by the "blind" packaging. I know that this is supposed to offer a little mystery that some buyers appreciate but for me it is a waste of time and money. I have two complete sets of each of the Series 2 - 8 and it has taken considerable effort to accomplish that without spending outrageous sums of money to do it. Series 8 was by far the most difficult to figure out and unfortunately has made me realize that I may not be able to collect these sets in future. I simply don't have the budget to allow for mistakes in picking packages that contain duplicates. I'm sure that the marketing people at Lego realize that it's in their interest to keep the packages "blind" to encourage the consumer to keep buying until they have the figures they need but from the consumer's point of view, they've just made the prospect of collecting too difficult and expensive for me to continue. My money is better spent buying a lego building set instead as I know exactly what I'm purchasing and can see the details on the box. I wish there was an option where you could pay for a complete series set directly from Lego. I'd even be willing to pay a little extra for that option to ensure that I'm not getting duplicates. This is an idea that has been brought up several times in my talks with parents concerning these "blind" packages. Most parents will only buy one or two packs for their kids because they've been burned on the duplicates front too many times. Many parents that I've talked to would by more if they knew there was a guarentee of getting a new figure every time. I know that Lego's response to this is to, 'trade the figures with a friend', but while that works well enough with older children, it is sometimes a difficult process with younger ones and can actually decrease their enjoyment of the toy. At least with the first couple of series, you could scan the barcode, thus keeping the mystery in the shopping for the ones who wanted it and allowing more serious collectors an options of checking contents before purchase. Again, after discussing this with the parents of my acquaintence, they have agreed that since the packaging had become harder to decipher, they have bought less and less of this product with each new series. I'm definitely of the same opinion when it comes to knowing what's inside the package before you purchase. With the mystery packs, I generally buy two complete sets each time they come out. I will get one or two duplicates per set but for the most part (in past series) I managed to keep the duplicates down to a minimum. For this reason, I won't buy them for gifts because my kids are disappointed if there are duplicates and I just hate seeing their faces when that happens. If there was an option to buy complete sets, I'd actually buy many more. Six of the familes I nannied for have at least one avid Lego enthusiast in them and I would use them more in my classes too. I guess what I'm trying to say is that the marketing of this product is actually working against Lego from my standpoint. The difficulty and the possibility of duplicates actually encourages me to buy less of this product than more. Food for thought. Great toy. Discouraged consumer.
Date published: 2012-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Minifig Remix I am a huge fan of all the Minifigures Series. I have collected every figure from Series 1-8 including the Team Great Britian Olympic Series. This wave brings a new assortment of fun minifigs and awesome accessories. I also really like the black packaging Series 8 offers. There are 5 female minifigures in this series. I will review each minifig based on the order of the included miniposter. Evil Robot is a repaint of the Robot from Series 1. The Evil Robot has more detailed printing on the torso and legs. He is black with silver and red details. He also has a dark gray helmet, claw arm, and laser gun. Feel for the helmet with the nobs and the laser from the gun. Conquistador is my favorite from this series. He has a gold helmet, gold armor, and a musketeer sword. His torso is maroon with no printing but his legs have detailed printing. He has a bearded face and has a slightly smiling expression. Feel for the musketeer sword. Lederhosen Guy is hilarious. He clearly has lederhosen printed on his torso and legs, comes with a pretzel, and has a Robin Hood esque hat with feather. The pretzel is a fantastic accessory. Feel for the pretzel and hat. Cowgirl: Yee Haw!! The Cowgirl is very cute. She reminds me of Jessie from Toy Story 2 without the longer legs. The Cowgirl has a western styled shirt, printed legs, a lasso, and her white hat is attached to her ponytail. She has a smiling and freckled face. She follows The Cowboy from Series 1 and The Bandit from Series 6. Feel for the hat/hair piece and lasso. Football Player is a repaint of the Hockey Player from Series 4. He comes with a blue helmet, gold trophy, #12 printed on his jersey and has printed knee pads on his legs. He has a white torso without printing under the jersey/shoulder pads piece. He has a determined expression and the black "anti-glare" stripes printed under his eyes. Feel for the trophy and shoulder pads. Deep Sea Diver is a really an awesome figure. He comes with his "old school" deep sea suit, helmet, and spear gun. He has very detailed printing on his torso (front and back) and legs. He is a very unique minifigure and is my second favorite from this series. Feel for the helmet and spear gun. The Downhill Skier is a fun minifigure. She has a cute light purple ski jacket and light blue and white legs. Her hair is blond and the ski mask is printed on her face (just like The Snowboarder from Series 5). There was also a male Skier in Series 2. I really like the color scheme of the Downhill Skier. I wish she had a dual printed face, one without the ski mask. The skies are magenta colored with white ski poles. Feel for the skies and poles. The Businessman is very professional looking in his suit and hat. He is carrying a newspaper and briefcase. He has a mustached face with glasses. Is he really a businessman or a Super Spy in disguise...you decide. Feel for the briefcase and rounded hat. The Fairy will make your wishes to come true. She has a printed torso, pink wand, and clear blue wings. She has the little dress piece that covers the legs like the Figure Skater from Series 4. Feel for the wings and wand. Santa is much more detailed than previous versions. He has an actual stocking hat (not a red bandana), white trim on the torso, smaller beard, and sack of LEGO sets(?). This the best Santa minifigure. Feel for the squishy beard and hat. Vampire Bat is a black repaint of the Manbat from Monster Fighters. The printing on the torso is slightly different. The Manbat has more printed muscles. I like the winged arms and the hair piece is very well designed. Feel for the winged arms. DJ is really rockin'. He has a unique hair piece where his headphones are attached. I like the shirt design and jeans. He also comes with a record and album. Feel for the round record and square album. Red Cheerleader is a repaint of the Cheerleader from Series 1. She has an "A" printed on her torso with bare arms. She has a skirt printed on her legs and has two red and white pom poms. She also has black hair. Feel for the hair piece, it has three distinct parts. Long in the back with two side "bangs." Actor is a throwback to Shakespeare. He comes with a skull and has a white ruffled collar. His torso and legs have very detailed printing. He also has a black hair piece like Nya from Ninjago would have. Feel for the collar and hair. Pirate Captian looks like the pirate who was brought back by Lord Garmadon to fly the Destiny's Bounty on the Ninjago TV show. The Pirate Captain has a black pirate hat with golden skull and cross bones printed on it. A gold sword, a gold hook, and a peg leg. His shirt is very detailed and looks nice. He would easily fit into your collection of Pirates of the Caribbean minifigs. Feel for the peg leg. Alien Villainess looks like she should be from the Alien Conquest theme. She has a purple cape, a ray gun, and block/dress legs. She has detailed printing on her torso and legs. I like the lipstick and eye brow designs that are printed on her face. She has a pink "brain piece" and a pink plain minifigure head. Feel for the block legs since she is the only minifigure to have them in this series. Overall there are 16 quality minifigures. There wasn't one minfigure that had a dual printed face and only the Diver has a dual printed torso. The accessories are really cool, especially the pretzel, diving helmet, swords, and armor. I hope I helped you find the one you want if you see them in a store. Thanks for reading my review. Play well!!
Date published: 2012-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The BEST MINIFIGS EVER, (but last were good too.) This group of minifigs is just marvelous, (I probally didn't spell that correctly.)! Anyways, this series has it all! Football players, Evil Robots, and my favorite, the good old Diver! If your reading this, BUY THOSE FIGS, I repeat BUY THOSE FIGS!
Date published: 2012-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Cool Figure We were fortunate enough to get the pirate mini-fig from the newest series. He is very cool and has made himself right at home with Jack Sparrow and our other pirates. My son acctually prefers him to the others! Exccelently detailed!
Date published: 2012-09-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool minifigures The minifigures in this series are cool, but there are a lot of the same minifigures. For example, there was a blue cheerleader in series 1 now there is a red cheerleader. Another figure from series 1 is the robot, now the is an "evil robot". Overall the minifigures are really cool and fun to collect. Just be careful where you buy them because someplaces are cheaper than others
Date published: 2012-09-02

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Series 8 Lego Minifigures

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Appropriate for ages: 4 - 12

Dimensions: 0.38" H × 3.46" W × 4.61" L

Shipping weight: 0.1 lbs.

UPC: 673419163002

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