Here’s another LEGO set to watch out for – the Disney-inspired LEGO Ideas Disney Magic set.
If you happened to miss it, the LEGO Ideas platform hosted a thrilling building challenge back in May this year. The challenge beckoned members to cast their votes for the most captivating Disney-inspired MOCs (My Own Creations), including enchanting dioramas and meticulously crafted brick-built characters. All of this is to commemorate Disney’s incredible century of enchanting fairy tales. Now, following the collective tally of votes in July, it seems we’re in for a treat with the forthcoming official LEGO release – the LEGO Ideas Disney Magic set, slated to be released soon.
The LEGO Ideas Disney Magic is the Next LEGO Set to Watch Out For
The grand prize was awarded to the phenomenal creation, the LEGO Ideas Disney Magic, masterfully conceived by fan builder 2A2A. This creation offers us a glimpse into what the final LEGO set might look like once it graces the market.
Within this enchanting set, you’ll find a Sorcerer Mickey from the classic Fantasia film, meticulously built using LEGO bricks. Surrounding him, an array of minifigure versions pay homage to the iconic Disney characters that have been an integral part of our childhood:
1. Belle from Beauty and the Beast
2. Ariel, Flounder, and Sebastian from The Little Mermaid
3. Pride Rock from The Lion King
4. Sultan’s palace and the flying Carpet from Aladdin
5. Pumpkin coach from Cinderella
6. Stitch riding the wave from Lilo and Stitch
7. Elsa from Frozen showcasing her ice magic
8. Pinocchio and the wooden raft from the chase with the whale Monstro
As mentioned by 2A2A, selecting a single Disney classic story that captures a century of Disney magic posed quite a challenge. The hope is that this soon-to-be LEGO Ideas set can effectively convey the plethora of timeless classics that have graced the world over the years. Ultimately, it aims to offer a truly magical tableau, one that will captivate the hearts of both Disney aficionados and dedicated LEGO fans alike.
Availability and Release Date of the LEGO Ideas Disney Magic
This submission, which marks LEGO’s latest collaboration with retail giant Target, will be joining an illustrious lineup of other products currently in development.
Stay tuned as I’ll be regularly updating you with the latest news on how to get your hands on this set. While we don’t have a confirmed release date just yet, it’s reasonable to speculate that it might hit the shelves sometime in the first quarter of 2024.
It’s also worth celebrating the remarkable achievements of the other runner-up winners in the Fan Vote. Their contributions were outstanding and deserve hearty congratulations for a job well done. A huge congratulations to ChaMi for the runner-up entry, Just a Little Bit of Pixie Dust, and Fantasia (1940) – The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by BrickStability