Following the release of the official images of LEGO Speed Champions 2017, comes another wave of reveals courtesy of our friends from Hoth Bricks. Minecraft fans rejoice, for we now have these cool official box art images of the next LEGO Minecraft sets scheduled to be released during the first half of 2017. Once again, prices mentioned below are based on our rough estimates and are not to be considered as final.
Just hours before the clock strikes at midnight to usher in the New Year, LEGO continues to surprise and delight us with these new set images of its fast and furious, LEGO Speed Champions collection. Earlier this month, we had a glimpse of one of its champion speedsters with the 2016 Ford GT & 1966 Ford GT40 (75881). This time, and zooming their way to 2017, we now get to see the rest of these speedsters scaled down to their minifigure sizes. Check out these official images below courtesy of The Brick Fan. The set prices mentioned below are just rough estimates.
Allen over at The Brick Fan was kind enough to give us a sneak peek on some of the pages of one DK’s LEGO themed books, The LEGO Batman Movie: The Essential Guide. This latest offering from Dorling Kindersley promises to give an inside look at ALL of the LEGO sets (including those yet to be announced) used in the animated film, so it is naturally interesting to know what these new vehicles and sets will look like as revealed in the book. The Essential Guide is one of the several books that DK has lined up in celebration of our black and yellow hero’s own film. It is currently available for purchase via Amazon and retails at $12.99. I suggest that you check it out right away if you have plans of purchasing the book since it’s selling out fast. Here’s a complete description of DK’s The LEGO Batman Movie: The Essential Guide.
What could be better than having Tom Holland play out the latest version of our favorite wall crawler on the big screen? Well, have his minifig counterpart do that instead. This latest brick-built video from Huxley Berg Studios shows that even Tom Holland’s Spider Man still looks good even in plastic bricks. Watch this.
Last week, LEGO has started to tease about an ‘awesome new play experience’ that promises to bring out the creativity in every child. As with any teaser, the speculations are quite plenty based on a very vague hint that LEGO posted on its official Facebook page.