New 2020 LEGO BrickHeadz Seasonal Sets Spotted

2020 LEGO BrickHeadz

It looks like LEGO still has plans for its collectible BrickHeadz line for next year. Eurobricks member Dreamshade shared several images of what seems to be a batch of new 2020 LEGO BrickHeadz seasonal sets that were spotted in the wild. These three new LEGO BrickHeadz sets were seen on an undisclosed store shelf, all of which celebrates the seasonal highlights of the first half of the year.

First off, we have the LEGO BrickHeadz Bear (40379) just in time for Valentine’s Day. Similar to this year’s LEGO BrickHeadz Puppy (40349), next year’s Hearts’ Day LEGO BrickHeadz comes with a heart-shaped plate and several heart-shaped tiles. Plus the build is just adorable and would easily pass as a brick-built substitute for an actual teddy bear.

2020 LEGO BrickHeadz

A couple of similarly inspired LEGO BrickHeadz sets were also spotted – the LEGO BrickHeadz Bride (40383) and Groom (40384). From what we can see from their box art, it seems that this couple can be customized with several shades of skin tones similar to the LEGO BrickHeadz Go Brick Me (41597). It comes with plenty of extra parts and accessories to allow for further customization.

2020 LEGO BrickHeadz

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It was also revealed at the back of the LEGO BrickHeadz Bear box art that two more seasonal sets are lined up for 2020. We see a LEGO BrickHeadz Lucky Cat (40436) in celebration of the Chinese New Year, and a LEGO BrickHeadz Sheep (40380) as one of LEGO’s Easter-inspired sets.

Since the LEGO BrickHeadz Bride (40383), Groom (40384), and Bear (40379) have now appeared in some stores, we can assume that they are all included in LEGO’s repertoire of 2020 releases. The Lucky Cat (40436) may also have a January street date in time for next year’s Chinese New Year celebrations, and February for the Sheep (40380) as part of LEGO’s easter releases. I’m quite certain that this is just the initial wave of 2020 LEGO BrickHeadz releases, and we can expect more to come as revealed earlier this year by LEGO BrickHeadz Lead Designer Marcos Bessa.

Author: Albert Balanza

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