Record-Breaking 57 Product Ideas Qualify for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review

First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review

They just keep on coming, and I love it! The LEGO Ideas fan submission platform has just concluded with another record-breaking high, with a total of 57 product ideas qualifying for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review stage, as announced over their blogsite. These 57 submissions managed to get the necessary 10,000 fan votes needed to progress for this year’s first LEGO Ideas review.

Since the start of the pandemic, the LEGO Ideas platform saw a steady increase of fan submissions, largely as a result of increased LEGO building at home. As I’ve mentioned before in a previous related article, this is a testament to how LEGO building as a hobby, turned out to be a positive outlet for most LEGO fans as we strive to cope with the series of lockdowns and stay-at-home orders.

I’ve always been a fan of LEGO Ideas, and I’ve covered and supported some of its fan submissions that eventually found their way to becoming official LEGO Ideas sets. And I also intend to continuously cover every LEGO Ideas fan submission that reaches that 10K support milestone. However, the recent influx of review stage qualifiers is just kind of hard to keep track of! I guess I just have to double down on keeping them on my radar. It will always be a pleasure to see the creativity of the LEGO fan community spring into life, so be ready with the scroll wheel because this will be a very lengthy list.

Additionally, it should be mentioned that there was a particular fan submission that didn’t make the cut even though it managed to reach 10,000 supporters. The Stadium Tour did not eventually qualify for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review because it failed to follow the platform’s stipulated guidelines, particularly on “intellectual properties”.

As a last note, the Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage is about to be concluded, with the announcement of the winner slated to happen sometime this summer. We have to wait a lit bit more to see which among the 25 qualifiers in this particular review stage will go on to become an official LEGO Ideas set. For now, let’s take a look at what these new 57 product qualifiers for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage has to offer. Which is your personal favorite? Let us know in the comments below.

1. The Princess Bride: The Guilder Frontier by FSLeinad

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2. Tutankhamun by Swan Dutchman

 

3. The Nightmare Before Christmas – Halloween Town by Tvrulesmylife

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4. Hyrule Castle (The Legend of Zelda) by Artem Biziaev

 

5. The Polar Express by Minibrick Productions

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6. Steampunk Airship by BrickHammer

 

7. Baba Yaga by Artem Biziaev

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8. The Office by SoGenius106

 

9. LEGO DNA Double Helix Discovery by LegoDNA

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10. The X-Files: I Want To Believe by BrentWaller

 

11. Metroid: Samus Aran’s Gunship by L-DI-EGO

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12. The House of Chocolate by Lepralego

 

13. Chitty Flies Again! by Norders

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14 Among Us: The Skeld Detailed Map by VaderFan2187

 

15. Welcome to the Black Parade by VNMBricks

 

16. Succulent Garden by Succulent Joe

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17. The Village Post Office by Bricked1980

 

18. Train Bookends by Jimmi-DK

 

19. LEGO Viking Ship by JonasKramm

 

20. Jazz Quartet by Hsinwei Chi

 

21. Animal Crossing: New Horizons Paradise by TiagoCatarino

 

22. Medieval Marketplace by DominikQN

 

23. Bike Lanes by MarcelSteeman

 

24. Working Bowling Alley – With Functional Pinsetter & Ball Return! by LEGOParadise

 

25. Asterix & Obelix by ZetoVince GP

 

26. LEGO Bookends by farmfarm

 

27. The Shire, The Hobbithole of Frodo and Bilbo Baggins by TB Brickcreator

 

28. The King’s Castle by BrickHammer

 

29. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory by FACEBRICKUP

 

30. The Trulli of Alberobello by Renato Lovicario RennaWSL

 

31. Ancient Greek Temple by HP_Brixxter

 

32. The Karate Kid “Wax On, Wax Off”by Delusion Brick

 

33. Claus Toys by Bricky_Brick

 

34. The Sewing Workshop by Bricky_Brick

 

35. My LEGO Totoro (Feat. Cat Bus) by legotruman

 

36. NASA’s SLS & Artemis by Matthew Nolan & Whatsuptoday & Albinolan

 

37. The Lisbon Tram by Bricky_Brick

 

38. Via Rail Canada – The Canadian by NickLafreniere1

 

39. Castle of Lord AFOL and the Black Knights by SleeplessNight

 

40. SpaceX Starship and Super Heavy (BFR) by haymaw99 & khehmeyer

 

41. The Simpsons – The Krusty Burger by FastBrickStudios

 

42. LEGO Modular Expansion Pack by Fargo73

 

43. 4½-Litre 1927-31 Bentley ‘Blower’ by bencroot19

 

44. Fantasy Castle by LEGO Monkey

 

45. The Castle of Brickwood Forest by poVoq

 

46. Violin by SAMUEL HO

 

47. Marine Life by Brick Dangerous

 

48. LEGO Astronaut by legotruman

 

49. The Office by Lego The Office

 

50. Winter Snow Globes by legotruman

 

51. A Map of Middle-Earth by Artem Biziaev

 

52. Retro Arcade by If You Build It

 

53. Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs by Hanwasyellowfirst

 

54. A Nice Day At The Farm by Adri Clo

 

55. The Forth Bridge by michaeldineen7

 

56. Scania Next Generation S730 by mpj83

 

57. Modular Portal Testing Chamber by Angry4rtichoke

 

Author: Albert Balanza

Teacher, student, dad, AFOL, psych geek & everything in between. :)

3 thoughts on “Record-Breaking 57 Product Ideas Qualify for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review”

  1. Your article is partly false, Stadium Tour was cut because of Lego Ideas garbage IP rules. Stadium Tour was based on the German industrial band Rammstein’s current tour stage, but Lego cut it cause the creator didn’t mention it. More interestingly, the band themselves posted about it on all social media channels, that’s what makes Lego cutting it all more shocking…

    1. Thanks for the heads up. I initially thought that when LEGO said that it somehow infringed on intellectual property, that TLG was referring to its own sets. But a quick Google search revealed the entire story and my post was edited accordingly. And yeah, I agree with you on that it’s kind of crazy how LEGO sometimes interprets these IP rules. If the band is not affected or upset about it, then I guess it’s alright especially if it will give them a sort of marketing edge. The LEGO Ideas Review team is within its rights to enforce these rules, but I think there could be other ways to implement them that will also benefit the LEGO fans that supported the stadium.

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