LEGOLAND Discovery Centers are the “little brothers” of the big LEGOLAND theme parks. They are family attractions usually located wholly indoors within commercial complexes in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Their smaller scale also highlights the prestige and responsibilities of one man in every LLDC: the “resident” Master Builder.
Dorling Kindersley, DK for short, is on a roll with all these LEGO books they’re churning out for this year. They got volumes tying in to Star Wars, DC Comics and their own Ninjago line. And now, DK is publishing a very special volume, catering to the visually-impaired LEGO fans.
After teasing on the arrival of the next LEGO Ideas set, with its corresponding box art image leaked online, LEGO has officially unveiled its latest Ideas set that pays tribute to one of our pop culture’s most famous icon. Designed by siblings Tom and Drew – also known as BrickBros UK over at LEGO Ideas – the LEGO Ideas TRON: Legacy (21314) is a re-imagining of Disney’s TRON film released in 2010. It comes in at 230 pieces and by far, one of the cheapest, licensed LEGO Ideas set selling for $34.99.
LEGO totally has BrickHeadz on the brain, what with the numerous licensed franchises getting the BrickHeadz treatment. Off the tops of our heads, we have BrickHeadz for upcoming films like Avengers: Infinity War and Jurassic World: Lost Kingdom. And then we have rumored Back to the Future BrickHeadz among others.