We’re just counting the days before the first wave of LEGO 2023 sets is out. And in case you haven’t finalized your LEGO 2023 wishlist, then you may want to hear what the LEGO fan community has to say. Because thanks to Brickset’s one of many interesting features, you can somehow gauge the sentiment of other equally excited LEGO fan builders and get to see what are the most wanted LEGO sets of 2023 according to Brickset members.
If you wish to know what sets to prioritize this January, then read on and take a look at the top 15 most wanted LEGO sets for 2023. Bear in mind that this is the most accurate data as of this posting, and there will be slight changes as we wrap up this year. However, I believe that these changes may not be that significant to change the ranking of these sets.
Check out these most popular LEGO 2023 sets starting at 1st place and in descending order of likes or being the most wanted.
LEGO Icons Jazz Club (10312)
LEGO Star Wars TIE Bomber (75347)
LEGO Speed Champions 2 Fast 2 Furious Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) (76917)
LEGO Star Wars 501st Clone Troopers Battle Pack (75345)
LEGO City ATV and Otter Habitat (60394)
LEGO Seasonal Lunar New Year Parade (80111)
LEGO Marvel Superheroes The Avengers Quinjet (76248)
LEGO City Penguin Slushy Van (60384)
LEGO City Recycling Truck (60386)
LEGO Marvel Superheroes The Hulkbuster: The Battle of Wakanda (76247)
LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett’s Starship Microfighter (75344)
LEGO Harry Potter Triwizard Tournament: The Black Lake (76420)
LEGO Seasonal Money Tree (40648)
LEGO Creator Birdhouse (31143)
LEGO Marvel Superheroes Miles Morales vs. Morbius (76244)
Frankly speaking, this is a cool mix of sets that shows how diverse the interests of our LEGO fan community are. Love them or hate them (I know most of us find it difficult to appreciate that Morbius film, but hey, we still get to see our first minifigure of our vampire superhero probably because of that), these sets are quite attractive not just because of the themes that they represent but also the new parts and elements that they introduce. This is particularly true, especially in the case of LEGO City sets 60384 and 60394 where we get to see a new minifigure costume and otter element. Additionally, in the case of licensed LEGO themes such as Star Wars, LSW fans are certainly hyped for the much-awaited 501st Clone Trooper minifigures (75345) and a new and aptly sized TIE Bomber (75347).
And since a large chunk of LEGO’s market is geared towards the AFOL community, it is somewhat expected to see the first modular set of 2023 make it at the top of this list. The LEGO Icons Jazz Club (10312) is the king of the hill for the majority of Brickset members even if it means shelling out $230 for this 2,800-piece set.
In the final analysis, consider this list as a guide to knowing what is hot and not for 2023 among LEGO fans. But in the end, you decide on which among these most wanted LEGO sets will it to your final “add-to-cart” list. So what do you think? Are there other LEGO 2023 sets that you want to see in this top 15 list? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
2 thoughts on “The Fans Have Spoken: Here are the Top 15 Most Wanted LEGO Sets of H1 2023”
I got Dom’s LEGO CHAMPIONS car (76912) for Christmas and now I’m looking forward to pairing it up with Brian’s Nissan once it releases.
I can see how the first few are most wanted but past the firs few it looks to me like you just picked, from what’s been announced, a random mix of those announced sets to fill out the list of 15.
Building Dom and Brian’s Speed Champions sets and seeing them side by side is a must for me this 2023 :). Just a bit of context about the list, though: I ranked the number of wants (via Brickset) for all the announced 2023 sets and took the top 15 that made it at the time of posting. Though I have to admit that the list may not be exactly definitive since the number of likes or wants is dynamic and changing, we can somehow have a glimpse of the general sentiment of LEGO fans that are registered over at Brickset. 😉