We already saw one of the LEGO Wizarding World sets unveiled at the New York Toy Fair earlier in February, and with LEGO releasing a bunch of official images and product descriptions from this new theme, we are still missing, however, on the sets’ box art images. Thankfully, we now have an idea on how they look like thanks to the images shared by The Brick Fan and Promobricks.
When word got out that LEGO and Activision Blizzard have entered into an agreement for licensing and releasing a series of toys about the latter’s hot FPS title Overwatch, it certainly triggered a lot of healthy discussion. After all, what LEGO sets can one make of a game of shooting?
This piece of news have been floating around for quite some time, but I’m a bit surprised that it has not been receiving much attention as compared to other LEGO Star Wars collectible minifigs before, such as from The Last Jedi’s DJ (40298) minifigure, and Rogue One’s Scarif Stormtrooper (40176) and R3-M2 (40268).
In case you missed out on the opportunity of having the redeemed Sith Lord in a solo, minifigure form, then you’ll be glad to know that he’s back for the taking at shop.LEGO.com. After a brief stint last month, LEGO is throwing in once more the LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader Pod (5005376) as a gift-with-purchase set for a qualifying purchase of any LEGO Star Wars sets $60 and above.
Belgian toy store Dreamland is now running a promo starting today until June 20, where you get a chance to bag a never-before-seen, extremely rare, LEGO Jurassic World T. Rex set for every purchase of any LEGO Jurassic World set in any of their stores. The site’s banner states that Dreamland will be giving away 100 of these exclusive sets, and that LEGO made 500 of these available worldwide. This means that other stores may carry out this promo as well.