Check Out These Awesome Black Friday Deals From Wildcard Toys.

Black Friday is almost upon us, and in a few hours, the frenzied crowd of people will be rushing off into the streets to mark the beginning of the shopping season. So before you go outside for a shopping spree, you might be interested to know that Wildcard Toys will be offering a host of Black Friday deals that might interest you.

For a limited time only starting today at 7PM EST, you’ll find the following LEGO deals up online at Wildcard Toys:

LEGO Collectible Minifigures at 35% Off.


LEGO Star Wars BB-8 Minifigure and other Select LEGO CMFs for $2.99 only.








LEGO Dimensions Simpson Level Pack (71202) at $4.99.


Bulk Bags of Assorted LEGO Pieces for $7.99

For Funko Pop! collectors, you’ll might be glad to know that Wildcard Toys has an impressive stash of bobbleheads that are for sale for as low as 35% off. They also offer these select Pop! figures and so much more for only $4.99, including Barnes and Nobles exclusives such as Cat in the Hat, Big Bird, Belle, and Invisible Frodo.








There is still a lot more in store at Wildcard Toys, so be sure to check out their website while supplies last. Here’s a look at their promotional flyer for the rest of their Black Friday deals.

We’ll keep you posted during the weekend for their next wave of discounts for their Cyber Monday deals.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

LEGO Video Games Up To 75% Off at Steam!

Steam is joining this year’s Black Friday band wagon with a plethora of LEGO video games at a whopping 75% off from its original price. The best part of it is that even the most recent video game titles such as the LEGO Ninjago Movie and LEGO City Undercover are now at an impressive discount of 60% and 50% respectively.

Though LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 are still not listed with the usual discounts, same as the rest of the games mentioned here, the sheer amount of discounted LEGO video games available via Steam is enough to keep our hands busy. Here are some of the best LEGO games around, now available for more than 50% off from their original price.

75% off from its original price.
  • LEGO Marvel Avengers
  • LEGO Marvel Superheroes
  • LEGO Jurassic World
  • LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens
  • LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
60% and 50% off from its original price.
  • The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game
  • LEGO City Undercover


So if you’re a LEGO PC gamer and have missed out on one of these titles, then be sure to head over at Steam’s website to check the rest of their super discounted games. Thanks to BrickFanz for the tip.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Now at More Than 30% Off Via Amazon.

Ahead of its Black Friday deals, Amazon has now listed the LEGO Ninjago Movie Standard Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD Editions at more than 30% off from its original price. Scheduled to be out on December 19, the film’s Standard Blu-ray version currently retails, as of this writing, at $22.99 (36% off), while the 4K UHD version is at $29.96 (33% off).

If you’re looking forward to bring home the Ninjago action from the big screen, then now is the best time to place your pre-order via Amazon. Here are some of the highlights of the LEGO Ninjago Movie’s Blu-ray and 4K UHD versions.

  • Team Supreme: Building NINJAGO® – featurette
  • Rumble in the Bricks- featurette
  • Rebrick Contest Winners- featurette
  • Which Way to the Ocean – mini-movie
  • Zane’s Stand Up Promo – mini-movie
  • The Master: A LEGO® NINJAGO® Short – mini-movie
  • LEGO® NINJAGO® TV Series Sneak Peek
  • Oh, Hush! & Jeff Lewis Found My Place – Music Video
  • Everybody Have a Ninja Day – Music Video
  • Rocktagon – Music Video
  • Warlord Ballad – Music Video
  • Animation Bridge Test – Deleted Scene
  • Baby Fight– Deleted Scene
  • Dock Scene– Deleted Scene
  • Gimme Some Outtakes!
  • Commentary by Director Charlie Bean and Crew
  • 13 Promotional Videos

If you wish to go digital and have a head start early on, you can own the digital copy of the LEGO Ninjago Movie for $19.99 as early as December 12.

Official Reveal of New LEGO Architecture Shanghai (21039) Set.

A few months after LEGO released a scale model of their new attraction in Billund, the LEGO House (21037) or Home of the Brick, LEGO has revealed another addition to their latest Skyline subtheme. Coming in at 597 pieces, the upcoming LEGO Architectecture Shanghai (21039) replicates five distinctively tall structures in Shanghai, China.

These buildings span centuries of architectural design, with one classical edifice and four modern locations, three of which are veritable skyscrapers, namely:

  • Longhua Temple
  • Radisson Hotel Shanghai New World and the Bund
  • Oriental Pearl TV Tower
  • Shanghai World Financial Center
  • Shanghai Center Building

Word of the LEGO Architecture Shanghai (21039) skyline set was first revealed by official sources in China, where the LEGO Group has maintained its most recent factory operating in Jiaxing since 2015, geared towards the Asian market. The global release for this set is on the first day of the New Year, 2018.

If that’s still something of a long wait for you, then you might consider making plans to travel to Shanghai, specifically Shanghai Disneyland, on December 2. That’s when the Shanghai (21309) set will become available in advance at the theme park’s LEGO Store.

What’s more, there will even be a special guest appearance of Master Builder Jamie Berard during the first day of the set’s launch. By then he would be fresh from his hosting stint at the special Airbnb accommodation promo at the LEGO House in late November (promo joining period is over now, by the way), ready to sign the boxes of 21309 as they are sold.

Many thanks to The Brick Fan for sharing the news.

2018 LEGO Minecraft Official Images Now Up!

More Minecraft madness is on its way courtesy of LEGO via The Brick Fan. They do seem to enjoy releasing these new sets in waves. A new series of these will be making their way to the stores starting January of next year. All of these new sets are really awesome replicas of certain locations in the Minecraft world, with plenty of shout-outs galore.


Whether you enjoyed playing the Minecraft series for letting you grow those nifty watermelon blocks, or raise chickens for their eggs, or explore a cave full of zombies or the netherworld, or simply getting to hang out at your own cottage, one or all of the coming LEGO Minecraft sets will be the answer to your wants.

The Melon Farm (21138)

The Nether Fight (21139)

The Chicken Coop (21140)

The Zombie Cave (21141)

The Polar Igloo (21142)

The Nether Portal (21143)

The Farm Cottage (21144)

Not much info aside from the set number, name and release date, but it will do for now. Thanks to the