LEGO has finally lifted the lid off its much awaited San Diego Comic Con 2018 exclusive. Announced via LEGO’s Facebook page, the LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon Cockpit (75512) comes in at 203 pieces and features a cut-out portion of the Falcon’s cockpit, with the minifigure versions of Han Solo and Chewbacca on board.
Promobricks have shared official images of a couple of new LEGO Star Wars sets based on the Solo: A Star Wars Story anthology. Now that the film had its run in cinemas, I guess LEGO has finally allowed the release of these images. Frankly, I have not seen the movie yet so I really cannot comment on the particular scenes in which these sets may be referencing to.
What would be a quick description of Ed Sheeran? He’s an English singer-songwriter. His “Shape of You” is so darn great listening that it’s the most-streamed song on Spotify. He was a singing Lannister soldier cameo in the penultimate season of Game of Thrones. He’s also a celebrity LEGO builder.
We’ve been keeping a close watch on LEGO Harry Potter’s Hogwarts Great Hall (75954) over the past few weeks, most especially when it was reported that it could be releasing much earlier. But that set is not the only one coming soon that’s based on Wizarding Britain’s most prestigious school.
After the success of its first LEGO Mosaic Maker, especially after arriving in the US, it seem that LEGO is once again pushing the boundaries of creative customization. The LEGO Store in Copenhagen, Denmark has just unveiled the company’s very first LEGO Minifigure Factory that allows users to have custom printed minifigs right out of the store. This months-long project was the brainchild of inventor and designer Jens Hjorth who finally shared this exciting milestone on his Facebook account.