LEGO Creator Expert Bookshop (10270) Officially Revealed

LEGO’s next modular building set for 2020, and the 14th set in the series since the subtheme’s launch in 2007, has now been officially revealed. Following last year’s Corner Garage (10264), we now have the LEGO Creator Expert Bookshop (10270).

LEGO Creator Expert Bookshop (10270)

Fans of the modular building sets might consider the Bookshop as a welcome addition to their ever-growing collection of thriving cityscapes and minifig backdrops. The LEGO Creator Expert Bookshop (10270) comes in at 2,504 pieces and will retail for $179.99 USD beginning January 1st, 2020. Read on for more info about its product details together with some several crisp, official images. To be updated on its availability, be sure to add this set to your wishlist by clicking on the following link below.

LEGO Creator Expert Bookshop (10270)

2,504 pieces | $179.99

LEGO Creator Expert Bookshop (10270)

Recreate the charm of a backstreet bookshop that you might discover in any quaint village or town with this LEGO® Creator Expert collectors’ toy. The 3-storey bookshop and adjoining modular townhouse building is filled with fun building techniques and surprising details, including a display window, reading nook and an open-out design. Collectors will love to display this big 2,504-piece LEGO set proudly alongside their other modular buildings. An ever-growing modular house collection The LEGO Creator Expert Modular Buildings series is a premium collection of advanced, interconnecting buildings featuring authentic designs from around the world. LEGO sets that bring passion to life LEGO Creator Expert building sets are for adults and teenagers with a passion. From authentic buildings and classic cars to other objects of desire, Creator Expert advanced LEGO sets offer a world of nostalgia, escapism, self-expression, pure enjoyment and surprise.

  • An advanced LEGO® Creator Expert Modular Buildings set bookshop with adjoining townhouse packed with surprising details and unexpected features that teenagers and adults will enjoy building and displaying with pride.
  • This big 3-story LEGO® set features so many details, including a display window, bookshelves, reading nook and living spaces in the townhouse. 5 minifigures also help to really bring this collectors’ toy to life.
  • This set is part of the Modular Buildings series – an ever-growing collection of interconnecting model toy buildings that combine to create amazing street scenes that builders and collectors love to own and display.
  • With 2,504 pieces, this LEGO® building set for adults and teenagers makes an inspirational birthday, Christmas or special-occasion gift.
  • Measuring over 11” (29cm) high, 9” (25cm) wide and 9” (25cm) deep, this buildable model makes for an impressive display piece on its own or as part of a larger Modular Buildings series street scene.
  • With colorful, step-by-step building instructions, this advanced set offers a rewarding building experience, whether you’re building alone or sharing the experience with a loved one.
  • Since 1958, LEGO® bricks have been tested to the highest industry standards to ensure consistency and compatibility, and that they connect and pull apart easily every time.
  • At the LEGO Group, we drop, heat, crush, twist and analyze LEGO® pieces to make sure every building set meets the highest global safety and quality standards.

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LEGO Creator Expert Bookshop (10270)

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A Closer Look at the LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026)

After a Japanese online store gave us our first glimpse of the next hottest CMF series to watch out for, UK-based The Minifigure Store now provides a closer look at each character included in the LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026) series.

This latest series features 16 classic and modern renditions of DC Comics’ characters that we’ve known. The list is impressive in my opinion, and more so when I see up close the design and accessories that go with them. I’ve always been a fan of the classic comic book characters, so I’m surely looking forward to having that Jay Garrick version of The Flash, that Detective Comics No. 27 accessory from the Bat-Mite, and that Classic Batman from the Golden Age of comics. For Green Lantern fans, you’ll be glad to know that we’re finally getting a proper lantern accessory both for Classic Sinestro and Simon Baz. I hope that similar to what LEGO did with the LEGO Batman Movie Series 1 (71017) and Series 2 (71020) CMF, we’ll get another wave of DC Comics minifigs in the future. A Marvel Superheroes CMF will also be nice if LEGO has it on the works.

The Brick Show Shop – our official storefront – will also be putting the LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026) on sale once they arrive in January. So be sure to keep tabs with us by clicking on that red notification bell below. You may also visit our site directly by clicking on the links below. Special thanks to BrickFanz for the heads up.

Classic Sinestro

LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026)

 

Stargirl

 

Superman (from New 52 storyline)

LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026)

 

Classic Wonder Woman (from 1966)

 

Metamorpho

LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026)

 

Mr. Miracle

 

Classic Cheetah

LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026)

 

Joker (from The Dark Knight Returns comics by Frank Miller)

 

Classic Cyborg

LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026)

 

Classic Flash (Jay Garrick)

 

Green Lantern (Simon Baz)

LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026)

 

Huntress

Aquaman

LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026)

 

Classic Batman (from 1930s’ Detective Comics)

Bat-Mite

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LEGO Star Wars Christmas X-wing (4002019) Revealed as This Year’s LEGO Employee Gift

Following LEGO’s tradition of making the holiday season more fun for all of its employees across the globe, LEGO’s Vice President for Design Matthew Ashton took to Twitter his excitement for this year’s LEGO Employee Christmas Gift set. In case you’re working for the LEGO Group and you don’t mind the spoilers, then you might be glad to know that 2019’s LEGO Employee Gift is the festive LEGO Star Wars Christmas X-wing (4002019).

 

This year’s gift follows some of the best brick incentives that LEGO has to offer to its employees. Starting 2016’s 50 Years On Track (4002016) which is a personal favorite of mine in this subtheme by the way even if I’m still dreaming of owning this set, we also have 2017’s Nutcracker (4002017) and last year’s Santa and Reindeer (4002018). Even if these sets come as a sort of reward or incentive for the hardworking LEGO employee, these gifts are not by any means cheap. Coming in at an average of 1,000 pieces, these gifts have a premium vibe in them that makes me cringe whenever I see one listed on eBay. In fact, this year’s LEGO Star Wars Christmas X-wing (4002019) gift set is already up on eBay where uninterested LEGO employees have already decided to exchange them for cash.

This year, LEGO saw it fit to pay tribute to the legendary Star Wars X-wing Fighter as it celebrates the latter’s first debut as an official LEGO tie-in set 20 years ago. This current, festive version of the iconic Rebel starfighter comes in as a larger, upscale model decked in red and white just in time for the holidays. Here’s a closer look at this set’s box art as shared by LEGO Build Offs and Banter Facebook page.

LEGO Star Wars Christmas X-wing (4002019)

LEGO Star Wars Christmas X-wing (4002019)

Like its predecessors, this gift set seems to have a play feature. The backside of the box art suggests that the X-wing can be mounted on top of the small igloo-like build, while the inclusion of the Technic gears at the bottom implies that the model may be rotated at the base. This is quite an impressive feat considering the relatively large size of this brick-built X-wing. The set also comes with several familiar minifigs decked in holiday garb: a Yuletide Squadron Pilot, Master Yoda, and of course everyone’s favorite droid, R2-D2. Oh, the joys and perks of working for LEGO…

So what do you think of the LEGO Star Wars Christmas X-wing (4002019) employee gift?  Do you think its a good call from LEGO to offer this one? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026) First Official Images Released

After almost two months since their list went out over the internet, more and more images are now being released by third-party retailers giving us a better (and official) look at the upcoming LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026). These first official images were made available by Japanese online store Bic Camera, which shows how the series’ box and individual blind bags will look like. Though I’m still hoping to see a more detailed view of each of these minifigures, this first glimpse is certainly a welcomed one.

The LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026) highlights both the classic and more modern rendition of DC superheroes and villains that we learned to love and hate. With the wealth of DC characters around, it’s realistic to assume that not all LEGO DC fans will be thrilled with this selection. However, I’m pretty sure that there’s a LEGO DC minifig from this collection that will surely endear to any LEGO and DC fan. I’m a sucker for the classics, so I’m hoping to get those Jay Garrick Flash and first issue Batman from Detective Comics #1. It’s also nice of LEGO to add additional pieces for each blind bag that allows you to strike that superhero minfig ‘pose’ for your collectibles.

LEGO DC Comics Collectible Minifigures (71026)

As I’ve mentioned before, this latest CMF will include the following characters:

The Brick Show’s official online shop has updated its database to include a listing for all these CMFs, so be sure to check them out once the clock ticks at 12midnight of January 1st, 2020. We don’t have an exact price tag yet for each of the series’ blind bags, but we can expect this to retail for the $4.99 USD once it arrives in the US.

Stay tuned for more updates, especially when LEGO releases more close-up images. Thanks to Promobricks for the heads up and the additional images.

The LEGO Group Takes Over Bricklink

In a rather surprising turn of events this morning, The LEGO Group has officially announced that it will be taking over Bricklink – the world’s largest online marketplace by AFOLs for AFOLs – with the intent of “strengthening engagement” across its growing community of adult fans.

Bricklink

The announcement came in the form of an official press release issued by the company. Bricklink has been in existence for almost two decades when it began as a brainchild of LEGO fan Dan Jezek. Since then it has grown to be the world’s largest LEGO fan-based market place consisting of more than 10,000 stores across 70 countries. It was then acquired by NXMH LLC in 2013 by Korean entrepreneur Jung-Ju Kim.

According to LEGO top brass Niels B Christiansen, Bricklink’s acquisition of the LEGO Group will further deepen collaboration between the company and its growing number of brick fans. It is yet to be seen, however, on how this will be spelled out in actuality. Together with Bricklink, LEGO has also included in its acquisition Sohobricks – a clone brand that specializes in creating bricks that cater to artists and businesses.

Though I would like to give the benefit of the doubt on all of LEGO’s good intentions in taking over Bricklink, I couldn’t help but think about the repercussions that it may have on the many sellers out there on the Bricklink platform. As a fan-based and fan-driven LEGO marketplace, it has always thrived because of its decentralized nature without any corporate influence. So we’ll just have to see how LEGO will live up to its word in creating a more positive experience and engagement to all buyers and sellers in the marketplace. Hopefully, all of the details will be ironed out by the end of this year.

Here’s the complete press release as announced by LEGO, and feel free to comment down below on what you think will happen to Bricklink with the LEGO Group taking over.

The LEGO Group acquires BrickLink, the world’s largest online LEGO® fan community and marketplace to strengthen ties with adult fans

BILLUND, Denmark, November 26, 2019: The LEGO Group today announced it has acquired BrickLink Ltd (www.bricklink.com), the world’s largest online community of adult LEGO fans from NXMH to strengthen its connection with its important adult fan base.

The BrickLink platform has more than one million members and comprises an online marketplace of more than 10,000 stores from 70 countries; a digital building software where builders can design and showcase their creations; and a vibrant online community where fans share ideas and builds.

The platform was founded in 2000 by Dan Jezek as a way to connect like-minded adult LEGO fans from around the world. It was acquired in 2013 by NXMH, which is owned by Korean entrepreneur Jung-Ju “Jay” Kim. BrickLink is headquartered in Irvine, California.

The LEGO Group CEO, Niels B Christiansen said: “Our adult fans are extremely important to us. They are passionate, committed and endlessly creative. We have worked closely with the community for many years and look forward to deepening our collaboration. We plan to continue to support BrickLink’s active marketplace and evolve BrickLink’s digital studio which allows our talented fans to take their creativity to the next level.”

Jung-Ju “Jay” Kim, owner of NXMH, said: “It has been a privilege to lead the transformation of BrickLink during the past six years. I am grateful to the community for being so welcoming, supportive and constructive. I am constantly amazed by everyone’s endless creativity and their love for building. I am confident the platform will be in good hands with the LEGO Group. As a fan myself, I can’t wait to see what’s next.”

The LEGO Group’s Chief Marketing Officer, Julia Goldin, said: “BrickLink provides the LEGO Group with a unique opportunity to connect with adult fans through new channels and exciting experiences. We’ve recently collaborated with BrickLink on a range of crowd-sourced sets to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the brick. We learned a lot and are keen to explore more ways of working together to create value. We look forward to collaborating further with our adult fans, while retaining and nurturing the independent spirit of the digital platform.”

The acquisition also includes Sohobricks which makes small batches of building elements. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Closing is expected to occur before the end of 2019.

LEGO Star Wars Mandalorian Battle Pack (75267) Official Images Released

After the reveal of the latest and upcoming LEGO Star Wars set for 2020, now comes another line of Battle Packs that might prove to be the best of its kind released by LEGO. German online retailer JB Spielwaren has just listed the LEGO Star Wars Mandalorian Battle Pack (75267) on its site, giving us a close look at the highlights of this set.

Mandalorian Battle Pack (75267)

If you recall back in 2011, LEGO has released a similarly themed Mandalorian Battle Pack (7914) as part of its Clone Wars ensemble. The minifigures released back then were uniformly designed and colored consistent with the timeline of events of that particular Star Wars story arc. This current minifigure version of the battle-ridden tribe shows their current state after the Empire’s downfall around 9 years after the Battle of Yavin, all told in the events of Disney+’s hit series The Mandalorian.

Mandalorian Battle Pack (75267)

This is evident with the way LEGO opted to design the Mandalorian Battle Pack (75267) – their armors are highly customized and battle-worn reflecting the years of struggle that the Mandalorian tribe has endured at the hands of the Empire. If you are currently hooked at The Mandalorian series such as myself, then you’ll probably understand how things turned out to be for the galaxy’s highly respected and feared warriors.

The varied color combination and details as seen in these minifigs are by far the best that I’ve seen among LEGO’s line of LEGO Star Wars Battle Packs, plus they all come with capes!

The LEGO Star Wars Mandalorian Battle Pack (75267) comes in at 102 pieces and is expected to retail for $14.99 USD when they arrive in stores after Christmas on December 26.

So what do you think about this latest LEGO Star Wars Battle Pack? Are you impressed with how this set turned out? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

LEGO Speed Champions Nissan GT-R Nismo (76896) Arriving in 2020

LEGO has just made a press release in Yokohama, Japan announcing the arrival of another LEGO Speed Champions set for 2020. The LEGO Speed Champions Nissan GT-R Nismo (76896) is the fifth set (and perhaps the last to be offered in 2020) announced for next year’s selection of brick speedsters. The venue for this official announcement couldn’t be more fitting since LEGO is now paying tribute to one of the most iconic Japanese supercars as the latter celebrates the 50th year of the Nissan GT-R powerhouse.

Nissan GT-R Nismo (76896)

The LEGO Speed Champions Nissan GT-R Nismo (76896) clocks in at 298 pieces and is expected to retail for $19.99 USD once it is offered to the public from December 26 onwards. It joins other previously announced Speed Champions sets for 2020 which includes:

Read on for The LEGO Group’s complete press release which you can find below.

The LEGO Group brings iconic Nissan GT-R NISMO to life in bricks

LEGO® Speed Champions Nissan GT-R NISMO pays tribute to the legendary Japanese supercar. The set will be available in the first half of 2020.

Yokohama, Japan, November 25: Since the introduction of the LEGO® wheel in 1962, cars have played a central role in thousands of LEGO sets and in the hearts, minds and play of millions of children across the world. Today, the LEGO Group and Nissan have revealed a model that pays tribute to one of the most iconic Japanese supercars, the Nissan GT-R NISMO. This is the first-ever partnership between LEGO and a Japanese automaker.

The LEGO model was revealed by LEGO Group CEO Niels B. Christiansen and Asako Hoshino, executive vice president at Nissan, at the automaker’s global headquarters in Yokohama today.

Niels B. Christiansen said: “In addition to offering a wonderful and fun building and play experience, we hope the model will also inspire children to learn more about engineering and how to create things in real life. Just as engineers across decades have improved the design and performance of this car, children build, unbuild and rebuild during play – stimulating and developing crucial skills, such as creativity, resilience, problem-solving and critical thinking. Inspiring them to become the builders of tomorrow is our mission.”

Nissan GT-R Nismo (76896)

Asako Hoshino said: “The Nissan GT-R and the LEGO brand are both renowned and loved by fans of all ages throughout the world, and we are honored to be the first-ever Japanese car manufacturer to partner with the LEGO Group. Many of our Nissan customers can trace their automotive passion back to when they built LEGO cars as children. With this partnership, everyone can be a `takumi’ – the specialized craftsmen that build the GT-R. And, it’s the GT-R’s 50th anniversary this year, so what better way to celebrate than to share the GT-R with Nissan and LEGO fans around the world!”

Iconic taillights recreated in bricks

The LEGO Speed Champions Nissan GT-R NISMO will be available globally in January 2020. It’s one of the first in the 2020 Speed Champions themed sets, which will be 25% bigger than in previous years. The GT-R NISMO model, made from 298 LEGO elements, captures the authentic and intricate details of the life-size race car in a relatively small LEGO model. This posed an interesting challenge for LEGO design lead Chris Stamp.

“In LEGO Speed Champions, we always aim to include new types of racing vehicles. And when we focused on drifting and racing, the record-breaking Nissan GT-R, and especially the new GT-R NISMO, was at the top of our wish list. Authenticity is always our main concern, and we spent a lot of time exploring different building techniques to correctly recreate the taillights, as they are one of the most recognizable details on the car. I am really happy with the end result!”

Hiroshi Tamura, Nissan’s chief product specialist for the GT-R – known informally as “Mr. GT-R” – gave the scaled-down LEGO version his stamp of approval: “The GT-R has been part of my life since I was 10 years old. Working with the LEGO Group was like awakening my inner 10-year-old self to rediscover what makes the GT-R so special to me. It’s amazing how much the LEGO Group’s attention to detail reminds me of our own craftsmen.”

Appearing alongside the LEGO Speed Champions Nissan GT-R NISMO at today’s event was the 2020 GT-R NISMO. Available now, the most extreme, most capable GT-R in history features carbon-fiber front and rear bumpers, roof, trunk and rear spoiler; carbon-fiber front fenders with special scalloped vents; new lightweight wheels and new tires; tuned suspension and transmission; Brembo carbon brakes; and new turbochargers.

First LEGO Architecture 2020 Sets Revealed

We now have our first images of the LEGO Architecture 2020 sets for the first half of the upcoming year. These sets take their cue from some of the famous landmarks in the world, and for the following year, LEGO is putting the spotlight on Tokyo and Dubai’s skylines.

Traditionally, LEGO releases around 4 or 5 LEGO Architecture sets within a year. For 2019, we saw the release of two Architecture sets that also carry the Skyline subtheme: the LEGO Architecture San Francisco (21043) and Paris (21044).  On the other hand, the rest of the sets released for this year focused more on the theme’s Landmark Series such as the Trafalgar Square (21045) and Empire State Building (21046).

These upcoming LEGO Architecture 2020 sets will join the rest of the new-for-2020 sets to be released beginning January 1, 2020. If you’re a fan of this particular LEGO theme, then be sure to keep tabs with LEGO Shop@Home or here at our blog site for more updates. A hat tip to Promobricks for the timely info.

LEGO Architecture Tokyo (21051)

547 pieces | 59.99 Euro

LEGO Architecture 2020

 

LEGO Architecture Dubai (21052)

740 pieces | 59.99 Euro

LEGO Architecture 2020

 

Check Out These Upcoming LEGO City 2020 Sets

I guess you will not be surprised anymore about this next wave of LEGO set reveals, especially considering the fact that we already saw a handful of new-for-2020 sets make their public debut during the past week. For those who are not that much into LEGO’s licensed sets such as those from Star Wars or Trolls themes, then here’s something that you may want to check out. To be frank, this piece of news has been circulating around the web for a few days already. And as of to date, more and more LEGO City 2020 sets are being revealed as we count the days before January 1st.

Taking them on face value, I have to say that these upcoming LEGO City 2020 sets are, well, a bit underwhelming. I don’t want to make this post sound like a review or commentary, but I felt that I have to address the brick elephant in the room. Perhaps I have the previous LEGO City subthemes in my mind such as the successful LEGO City Space, Arctic, Mining, and Jungle subthemes as my benchmarks in looking at these LEGO City 2020 sets. Somehow, I don’t feel the same thrill and excitement for these new arrivals as compared to their predecessors. I know that LEGO has a tendency to rehash or take inspiration from its previous sets, but doing so on a regular basis leaves a sort of a ‘subtheme fatigue’ for those who are familiar with the LEGO City genre.

In any case, I’m still hopeful that LEGO has something new in store for its line-up of LEGO City 2020 sets. Its good to know that these current reveals are all limited to the first half of the upcoming year, so we can definitely expect more to come in the second half of 2020. My best bet is that the Summer 2020 wave of LEGO City sets will have a sort of an outback, safari kind of theme. One of the sets in this reveal is already a give away in the form of Safari Adventure (60267) so let’s see if this will eventually come to pass.

For now, let’s take a look at these new sets, and let me know in the comments below which one are you looking forward to. Special thanks to Hoth Bricks, Pricevortex and Mein Spielzeug for all of this info.

Police Dog Unit (60241)

67 pieces | 9.99 Euro

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Highway Arrest (60242)

185 pieces | 19.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020 LEGO City 2020

 

Police Helicopter Chase (60243)

212 pieces | 29.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020 LEGO City 2020

 

Police Helicopter Transport (60244)

317 pieces | 44.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020 LEGO City 2020

 

Monster Truck Robbery (60245)

362 pieces | 49.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020 LEGO City 2020

 

Police Station (60246)

743 pieces | 99.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Forest Fire (60247)

84 pieces | 9.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Fire Rescue Helicopter (60248)

93 pieces | 24.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Street Sweeper (60249)

89 pieces | 9.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Postal Plane Delivery (60250)

LEGO City 2020

 

Monster Truck (60251)

55 pieces | 9.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Bulldozer Construction (60252)

126 pieces | 19.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Ice Cream Truck (60253)

200 pieces | 19.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Race Boat Transporter (60254)

238 pieces | 29.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Stunt Team (60255)

62 pieces | 9.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Racing Cars (60256)

190 pieces | 24.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Service Station (60257)

354 pieces | 49.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Tuning Workshop (60258)

897 pieces | 99.99 Euro

LEGO City 2020

 

Safari Adventure (60267)

LEGO City 2020

 

Police Brick Box (60270)

LEGO City 2020

LEGO Marvel Avengers and Spider-Man 2020 Set Images Released

After the reveal of the first LEGO Marvel set to be released in 2020 in the form of the Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue (76144), third-party online retailers are slowly pulling the veil off the rest of the sets in this first wave of LEGO Marvel Avengers and Spider-Man 2020 sets. As reported by Promobricks, we can now see that LEGO has added several sets under this theme that seems to be a little bit off tangent as compared to the previous LEGO Avengers: Endgame sets. And since LEGO does not really keep a good track record of making their sets movie-accurate, its a bit hard to tell if these new-for-2020 sets are actually related to the MCU films.

To be completely honest, these new  LEGO Marvel Avengers and Spider-Man 2020 sets maybe sort of underwhelming, except for some of the new minifigures that are offered with them. I bet that most LEGO minifig enthusiasts will be looking forward to that new Thanos minifigure, as well as for those new Spider-Girl Anya Corazon and Spider-Man Noire minifigs. And also from the looks of it, LEGO has thrown in two “4+” sets in this theme, which quite frankly is a bit expensive if I will base it from the Euro pricing as reported.

These images are still not the best ones out there but expect this post to be updated as soon as more crisp, official images are released by LEGO. Promobricks further mentions that these sets will be released sometime in February, but let’s see if these will be a part of LEGO’s January 2020 releases.

LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Mech (76140)

148 pieces | 9.99 Euro

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LEGO Marvel Avengers Thanos Mech (76141)

152 pieces | 9.99 Euro

LEGO Marvel Avengers and Spider-Man 2020

 

LEGO Marvel Avengers Speeder Bike Attack (76142)

226 pieces | 24.99 Euro

LEGO Marvel Avengers and Spider-Man 2020

 

LEGO Marvel Avengers Truck Take-down (76143)

447 pieces | 49.99 Euro

LEGO Marvel Avengers and Spider-Man 2020

 

LEGO Marvel Spider-Man Mech (76146)

152 pieces | 9.99 Euro

LEGO Marvel Avengers and Spider-Man 2020

 

LEGO Marvel Spider-Man (4+) Vulture’s Trucker Robbery (76147)

93 pieces | 24.99 Euro

LEGO Marvel Avengers and Spider-Man 2020

 

LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: Spider-Man vs. Doc Ock (76148)

234 pieces | 29.99 Euro

LEGO Marvel Avengers and Spider-Man 2020

 

LEGO Marvel Spider-Man (4+): The Menace of Mysterio (76149)

163 pieces | 34.99 Euro

 

LEGO Marvel Spider-Man: Spiderjet vs. Venom Mech (76150)

371 pieces | 39.99 Euro