More LEGO Star Wars Sets Arriving in September – Now Listed at LEGO Shop@Home

After making their appearance on a German LEGO catalog earlier this week, LEGO Shop@Home has been updated to now include the latest LEGO Star Wars sets arriving in September, just in time for the holidays.

These sets also include a new take on the mammoth AT-AT, with this latest LEGO brick version of the All-Terrain Armored Transport now being the largest of its kind based on the number of pieces. This wave of new LEGO Star Wars sets also features what could be the most anticipated collection of LEGO Star Wars minifigures – the 501st Legion Clone Troopers.  We also have our first look at this LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar that features a new Christmas-themed Darth Vader minifigure. These and the rest of the sets in this 2H 2020 wave are now listed at shop.LEGO.com. Check out their product listings below together with their official images. You may click on the following affiliate links as well if you wish to add them to your LEGO wishlist.

Another thing that I find interesting about this wave of LEGO Star Wars sets is the fact that each of them will unlock new, in-game content for the upcoming LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga video game. We’re not sure exactly what these unlockable contents are, but it’s not far-fetched to consider that these may include a digital counterpart of the sets themselves that the player can use during gameplay. I guess we’ll just have to find out for ourselves come September when these sets are released. In the meantime, let’s enjoy these images.

AT-AT (75288) 

1,267 pieces | $159.99 | Minifigures include: Luke Skywalker, General Veers, AT-AT Drivers (x2), and Snowtroopers (x2)  

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Death Star Final Duel (75291)

775 pieces | $99.99 | Minifigures include: Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, Imperial Royal Guard (x2) 

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Resistance I-TS Transport (75293)

932 pieces | $99.99 | Minifigures include: Vi Moradi, Lieutenant Bek, Astromech Droid, GNK Power Droid

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General Grievous’s Starfighter (75286)

487 pieces | $79.99 | Minifigures include: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Airborne Clone Trooper, General Grievous

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Knights of Ren Transport Ship (75284)

595 pieces | $69.99 | Minifigures include:  Rey, Knights of Ren: Kuruk and Cardo

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Armored Assault Tank AAT (75283)

286 pieces | $39.99 | Minifigures include: Ahsoka Tano, Ahsoka’s Clone Trooper, Battle Droid, AAT Driver Battle Droid

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LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar (75279)

311 pieces | $39.99 

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Anakin’s Jedi Interceptor (75281) 

248 pieces | $29.99 | Minifigures include: R2-D2, Anakin Skywalker 

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501st Legion™ Clone Troopers (75280)

285 pieces | $29.99 | Minifigures include: 501st Clone Trooper (x3), 501st Jet Trooper (x1), and Battle Droids (x2).

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More Details on the LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters (43179) Released

In case you missed it earlier this week, LEGO has officially introduced its next big set geared towards adult fans of LEGO. Following what seems to be an accidental listing over at its online shopping portal, the company now released its official press statement about the LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters (43179). Plus of course, a good number of photos to help us take a closer look.

LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse

The LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters (43179) is a sizeable set that comes in at 1,739 and features a new brick-built take on two of Disney’s most recognizable icons. As if having a pair of BrickHeadz is not enough for this duo,  LEGO has now come up with a weighty centerpiece as a kind of display set.

LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse

These buildable versions of Mickey and Minnie are scheduled to be released on August 1, with an option to pre-order the set for $179.99 starting on July 1. Check out the product details of the LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters (43179) below. Clicking on the following affiliate links will bring you directly to LEGO Shop@Home.

LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters (43179)

1,739 pieces | $179.99; Coming Soon on August 1, with an option for pre-order starting July 1. 

LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse

If you’re a Disney fan and love their original cartoons, this is the perfect fit! LEGO® ǀ Disney Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters (43179) gives you a chance to focus your mind and use your hands to create a truly display-worthy item.

Fantastic retro details
Based on Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks’ iconic characters, these figures feature Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse in dynamic poses, with several buildable accessories including a guitar, vintage camera, tripod, and a photo album with photos of their adventures. Mickey stands 14 in. (36cm) high and Minnie stands 13 in. (35cm) high.

LEGO building projects for you
Take time for you, focus on an enjoyable creative challenge and make these 2 stunning, large-scale, buildable figures to display in your home or office. Part of a collection of inspiring LEGO building sets for adults interested in pop culture, art, architecture, and design, they make an excellent gift for yourself or a Disney fan in your life looking for their next project.

  • Give yourself or a DIY lover in your life a creative experience with this LEGO® ǀ Disney Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters (43179) set. Makes a unique display and conversation piece.
  • Clear your mind while building 2 large-scale, detailed figures and accessories to create and display. This set lets you experience a satisfying, hands-on build as you recharge.
  • Once built, these iconic characters look great on display in a home or office. You can keep them together or set up a unique scene with each figure and the included accessories.
  • Share your love of Disney’s Mickey Mouse and enjoy this set with all its details and accessories. The engrossing build and retro look of the figures also makes this a great gift for yourself or any Disney fan you know.
  • Detailed, large-scale figures, with the largest model standing over 14 in. (36 cm) tall, 7.5 in. (19 cm) wide and 6.5 in. (16.5 cm) deep. This stunning set contains 1,739 pieces and can be displayed in a special place in your home.

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All LEGO Super Mario Sets Officially Revealed!

LEGO has now officially introduced its entire lineup of LEGO Super Mario sets slated to be released in August. Starting with the reveal of its Starter Course set back in April, LEGO has now added 15 additional sets that further expands this latest Nintendo-inspired theme.

Check out these LEGO Super Mario Expansion sets, and Power-Up and Character Packs together with their respective product images. You may also click on the following affiliate links if you wish to know more about these at LEGO Shop@Home ahead of their release on August 1.

Adventures with Mario Starter Course (71360)

231 pieces | $59.99   

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Character Packs (71361)

$4.99 (per blind bag)

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Guarded Fortress Expansion Set (71362)

468 pieces | $49.99 

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Desert Pokey Expansion Set (71363)

180 pieces | $19.99  

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Whomp’s Lava Trouble Expansion Set (71364)

133 pieces | $19.99 

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Piranha Plant Power Slide Expansion Set (71365)

217 pieces | $29.99  

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Boomer Bill Barrage Expansion Set (71366)

132 pieces | $29.99

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Mario’s House & Yoshi Expansion Set (71367)

205 pieces | $29.99

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Toad’s Treasure Hunt Expansion Set (71368)

464 pieces | $69.99 

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Bowser’s Castle Boss Battle Expansion Set (71369)

1,010 | $99.99  

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Fire Mario Power-Up Pack (71370)

11 pieces | $9.99 

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Propeller Mario Power-Up Pack (71371)

13 pieces | $9.99

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Cat Mario Power-Up Pack (71372)

11 pieces | $9.99

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Builder Mario Power-Up Pack (71373)

10 pieces | $9.99 

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Thwomp Drop Expansion Set (71376)

393 pieces | $39.99; available only with select retailers

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King Boo and the Haunted Yard Expansion Set (71377)

431 pieces | $49.99; available only with select retailers

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More LEGO Star Wars Sets for the 2nd Half of 2020 Revealed

While the digital version of the US LEGO Summer 2020 Catalog is already available, their print counterparts are now gradually rolled out to certain parts of the globe. It is already a known fact that these catalogs vary in content depending on the location where they are released. As such, we may get to see other sets that are not featured on other regional catalogs, and this is especially the case with what Promobricks shared about the new LEGO Star Wars sets slated for the 2nd half of 2020.

Courtesy of Instagram user timoandnando, we now have our first look at these LEGO Star Wars sets as revealed via the German LEGO Catalog for June to December 2020. Here’s a peek at what we can expect from these four sets.

501st Legion Clone Troopers (75280)

29.99 | Minifigures include: three (3) 501st Clone Trooper, one (1) 501st Jet Trooper, and two (2) Battle Droids.

LEGO Star Wars

This set has been long overdue as far as the LEGO Star Wars fan community is concerned. First announced in April, this set is now listed over at LEGO Shop@Home and is slated to be released on August 1st.

 

Anakin Jedi Interceptor (75281)

29.99 | Minifigures include: R2-D2, Anakin Skywalker 

 

Armored Assault Tank (75283)

39.99 | Minifigures include: Ahsoka Tano, Ahsoka’s Clone Trooper, Battle Droid, AAT Driver Battle Droid

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Knights of Ren Transport Ship (75284)

69.99 | Minifigures include:  Rey, Knights of Ren: Kuruk and Cardo

LEGO Star Wars

The only set in this list that alludes to the last film in the Skywalker Saga, the Knights o Ren Transport Ship now completes the roster of the enigmatic enforcers of Kylo Ren in minifigure form. If you’re a minifig completionist and wishes to have the all the Knights of Ren on display, then other than this set, you must also have or purchase the LEGO Star Wars Kylo Ren’s Shuttle (75256) where you can get Ap’lek and Ushar; the Sith TIE Fighter (75272) where Trudgen is included; and Poe Dameron’s X-Wing Fighter (75273) where you can get Vicrul.

 

General Grievous Starfighter (75286)

79.99 | Minifigures include: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Airborne Clone Trooper, General Grievous

 

AT-AT (75288)

149.99 | Minifigures include: Luke Skywalker, General Veers, two (2) AT-AT Drivers, and two (2) Snowtroopers  

LEGO Star Wars

We had our first glimpse of this new brick-rendition of the mammoth AT-AT last month when Amazon Japan listed over at their regional shopping portal. Coming in at 1,267, this set is also expected to arrive on August 1st alongside the 501st Legion Clone Trooper.

Since these sets have made their way already in one of LEGO’s catalogs for 2H 2020, we can expect them to make their debut soon at LEGO Shop@Home. Until then, stay tuned here in our blogsite.

Note: We refer our affiliate links to LEGO Shop@Home. Any purchases that you make via these links will be a big help in maintaining our blogsite. 

LEGO Reveals the LEGO Disney Mickey and Minnie Mouse (43179) Buildable Characters

If you recall from a few days ago, one of the things that we get to see from the new LEGO Summer 2020 Catalog is an interesting teaser for a new LEGO Disney set slated to arrive on June 17. And this time, in a rather unusual way of doing things, LEGO has allowed various LEGO media fan-sites to publish this image ahead of its official reveal. Take a look at this upcoming LEGO Disney Mickey and Minnie Mouse (43179) buildable characters set.

This image was said to be accidentally uploaded to LEGO servers allowing public access (I guess somebody slipped up from their end). However, there’s no other image or product description that was released regarding this latest offering. Another thing that you may notice is that this is a somewhat complex build, created mainly for display purposes which is typical of the latest LEGO sets that bear the 18+ branding.

Since the LEGO Disney Mickey and Minnie Mouse (43179) buildable characters are slated to be released on Wednesday, we can expect more info to be released anytime soon over at LEGO Shop@Home. Stay tuned.

Thanks to The Brick Fan for the heads up.

Next Generation LEGO Mindstorms Robot Inventor (51515) Revealed

In a surprising reveal a few moments ago, LEGO has revealed it’s next-generation LEGO Mindstorm set – the LEGO Mindstorms Robot Inventor (51515). The LEGO Mindstorms theme has been around since 1998, with its most recent iteration which was the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 (31313) released in 2013. Now after 7 years, the EV3 passes the STEM baton to its cousin, the Robot Inventor (51515).

LEGO Mindstorms Robot Inventor (51515)

The LEGO Mindstorms Robot Inventor (51515) is a 5-in-1 set that comes in 949 pieces and includes a new 6-port intelligent Hub with 6-axis  gyro/accelerometer. From the get-go, the set comes with instructions to build five different robot models and the necessary coding instructions to recreate their unique, individual personalities. As a robotics enthusiast, I’m curious to see the various new features and possibilities that the Robot Inventor has in store. It boasts of a new drag-and-drop coding language that utilizes both Scratch and Python providing a more, user-friendly programming platform. If you also find this new Mindstorms set somehow similar to the new LEGO Education SPIKE Prime set, it is because they share the same technological DNA – both in terms of aesthetics and function.

There’s much to know about the new LEGO Mindstorms Robot Inventor (51515) so you may want to read on LEGO’s official press release. The Robot Inventor will be available starting August of this year and will retail for $359.99. Check these out.

New LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robot Inventor lets creators build and bring to life anything they can imagine

June 12th, 2020 – Billund: Today, the LEGO Group has announced the first addition to the much-loved LEGO® MINDSTORMS® theme in seven years. The new LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot Inventor 5-in-1 set unleashes a new world of fun, creative coding possibilities and provides the ultimate playful learning experience for young inventors and creators.

For over two decades, LEGO MINDSTORMS has inspired those of all ages to test and build their confidence with technology through play. By combining the LEGO building system with robotic and coding elements, builders can create anything they can imagine, while developing the STEM skills that 7 in 10 parents say are essential to their child’s future success.

This latest evolution of the much-loved theme continues this commitment to helping children develop STEM skills in a fun and exciting way at home. The new LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot Inventor 5-in-1 model gives builders aged 10+ the power to bring one of the set’s five unique designs to life or take their own builds to the next level by programming them to walk, talk, think and do more than ever before. Kids can also code their own remote-control features for the models in the LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot Inventor app or connect their own controllers to the app using Bluetooth.

LEGO Mindstorms Robot Inventor (51515)

Packed with 949 pieces and new LEGO Powered UP components, the LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot Inventor will be available in Autumn 2020 from LEGO.com, LEGO Retail Stores and retailers globally. The LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot Inventor 5-in-1 set will be priced at £329.99/$359.99/€359.99 and includes digital building and coding instructions for these five unique robots:

  • Blast – this master robot is a stoic action hero. It can fire or hammer its way through obstacles and grab items. Builders can be the ultimate commanders, programming it to scan its environment and fire darts if it senses danger. Perfect for guarding your room!
  • Charlie – this quirky sidekick helper can give out high fives, dance, play the drums, deliver small gifts, and charm friends with its smile.
  • Tricky – the sporty bot is the ultimate athlete. Code it to complete the perfect slam dunk or master a plethora of robot sports: basketball, bowling, or soccer – the list goes on and on.
  • Gelo – a real-life four-legged robot. Its unique mechanism means it can walk, avoid obstacles, and even perform tricks.
  • M.V.P. – The Modular Vehicle Platform gets the job done. Create and code your own remote control and build the M.V.P. into a buggy, a crane, a shooter turret, or even a brick-eating truck to pick up LEGO bricks left by the other robots.

Lena Dixen, Head of Product and Marketing Development at the LEGO Group, commented: “Since the launch of LEGO MINDSTORMS over 20 years ago, we’ve been committed to helping children and adults develop STEM skills through play. We are extremely excited to introduce a new MINDSTORMS product that offers even more creative opportunities for those of all ages, and we thank our fans for continuing to show us what is possible with LEGO MINDSTORMS. We are continually inspired by the creations the community share with us and hope that the LEGO MINDSTORMS Robot Inventor inspires many more children and playful adults to explore the exciting world of robotics and coding.”

 

LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robot Inventor (51515)

The LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robot Inventor Kit is intended for builders and coders ages 10+ to discover and expand on their STEM skills at home.

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  • 949 pieces
  • 5 unique models to build and code
  • The largest robot Blast stands at over 14” (36 cm) tall
  • The free LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Robot Inventor coding app for kids uses coding language based on Scratch and supports Python for more advanced coders.
  • The application works across PC Windows 10 + macOS, iOS and Android tablets and smartphones as well as specific Fire OS devices.

New elements:
The new Intelligent Hub is an advanced yet simple-to-use device featuring 6 input/output ports for connecting a variety of sensors and motors. The Hub can also be used with LEGO Technic and System elements to create fun robots, dynamic devices and other interactive models.

  • LED 5×5 matrix
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • 6 axis gyro/accelerometer
  • Includes a micro USB port for connectivity with compatible devices
  • Speaker
  • Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery included

Colour sensor – able to distinguish between eight colors and measures reflected and ambient light from darkness to bright sunlight

Distance sensor – detects obstacles, programmable LED ‘eyes’ and an integrated 6-pin adaptor for third-party sensors, boards and DIY hardware.

4 x medium-angular motors feature low-profile design, integrated rotation sensor with absolute positioning

New 7 x 11 teal baseplate

New black wheels

New frames

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LEGO Ideas Update: Eight Entries Qualify for the Second 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage

Last month we saw a record-breaking number of LEGO Ideas Review Stage qualifiers that represent an astounding 26 projects in all. Now that we have entered the first month of the next 2020 LEGO Ideas Qualifying Stage, it is highly likely that we might see the same trend again. Because in just more than a month, we now have a total of eight 10K qualifiers that are now guaranteed to be included in the Second 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage.

I have to admit that I’ve not covered much of LEGO Ideas during these past few weeks, but seeing how the community is flourishing amidst this pandemic is truly encouraging. I’m pretty sure that the LEGO Ideas Team has a lot in their hands right now.

While waiting for the announcement of our next official LEGO Ideas set which is slated to happen anytime soon, let’s take a look at these next batch of 10K qualifiers. What I also find interesting about these entries is that most of them were submitted during the time when most of the world is still in lockdown, and managed to gather the needed 10,000 votes in just a short period of time. Indeed, our creativity will not be stifled even by this pandemic. Check this out.

Trabant 601 by pedankopet

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House From Up by bramant1

 

Lego HeroQuest by KingGloriousSquirrel

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Animal Crossing New Horizons: Nook’s Cranny by Micro_Model_Maker

 

The Mountain Windmill by Hanwasyellowfirst

LEGO Ideas

 

Brickwest Studios by Bricky_Brick

 

Community – Greendale Community College by bulldozer

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Night at the Museum by CARLIERTI

 

Given this trend of submissions and approval, it is probably right to assume that before the Second 2020 LEGO Review Stage actually commences we might have a total number of qualifiers that may outnumber those from the last review stage. We can probably expect a longer turnaround time with regards to their review until such time that LEGO Ideas Review Team can come up with a way to work around such a volume of entries.

Third 2019 LEGO Ideas Review Results Announcement Coming Soon

After the official announcement of those who made the cut for the Third 2019 LEGO Ideas Review Stage earlier in January, LEGO designer Samuel Johnson gave a cryptic hint that leads us to believe that the big reveal for the next official LEGO Ideas set (or sets) is just around the corner. There’s no official announcement on when the results will be revealed, but the following tweet from Sam says it all.

LEGO typically makes this announcement with a dash of LEGO humor, and if there’s anything that we can take away from this tweet is that Sam will definitely be there to weigh in during the announcement and that he might actually be a pro wrestler in his spare time. But kidding aside, his tweet definitely has something to do with how the results will be communicated to fans and what entry or entries eventually earned the thumbs-up of the LEGO design team.

Here’s a quick look at the entries that made it in the Third 2019 LEGO Ideas Review Stage.

Queen: I Want to Break Free by Han Sbricksteen

The Queen: I Want to Break Free

 

Seinfeld 30th Anniversary by BrentWaller

LEGO Ideas Seinfeld 30th Anniversary

 

The Legend of Zelda: BotW Stables by Hanwasyellowfirst

Legend of Zelda: BotW Stables

Planet Express Delivery Ship by Nicola Stocchi & gabriele.zannotti

 

Ratatouille: Open The Doors! by Brick Project

 

LEGO Typewriter by Steve Guinness

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The Legend of the BIONICLE: Celebrating 20 years of Lego stories by Sokoda

 

The Huascar by aldrin

 

Winter Chalet by sdrnet

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Toronto Rocket Subway Train – Minifigure scale Electric Train by Legovader217

 

Home Alone. McCallister’s House by adwind

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Clockwork Aquarium by mjsmiley

 

The announcement is actually a bit late already, given that this is usually done in May. But given the present circumstances, the slight delay is understandable. It’s also kind of hard to tell which among these entries is somehow related to that enigmatic tweet by Sam, but I’m betting my horses on either Home Alone or the Clockwork Aquarium.

Be sure to keep your radars open for the big reveal. And while you’re at it, please do subscribe here at our blog site for future updates. Stay tuned!

Check Out the Winners of the LEGO Ideas: Your Build in the World-Famous LEGO House Building Contest

Back in April when most of us have just entered a long period of being cooped up in our homes, LEGO Ideas launched another building contest to somehow make our lockdown blues more manageable. The LEGO Ideas Your Build in the World-Famous LEGO House building contest gives LEGO fans the chance to have their builds displayed in the famed House of the Brick. As of to date, the LEGO House in Billund is still closed to the public, with a scheduled reopening date on June 22.

LEGO House Building Contest

There are two contest themes: one that focuses on a nature-inspired alternate build, and a fun, LEGO minifigure, or mini-doll scene with that distinct LEGO humor. The nice thing about this LEGO Ideas building contest is that there’s a total of 25 winners that were selected across the two categories, all of them will be receiving a signed LEGO Architecture LEGO House (21037).

And out of this pool of winners, a Grand Prize winner and 2 Runner-Ups were eventually selected coming from each of the two categories. Check out the winners below.

Minifigure Category – Grand Prize Winner

Air and Space Museum by LuisPG

LEGO House Building Contest

 

Minifigure Category – Runner Ups

Adventures At Home by CARLIERTI

 

In Search of Treasure by LukashevaInna

LEGO House Building Contest

 

Nature Category – Grand Prize Winner

Leopard Cat by ianhou_taiwan

 

Nature Category – Runner Ups

Lava Dolphin by Swan Dutchman

LEGO House Building Contest

 

Serpent Elementalis by Krakenbrix

The winning entries in the Nature Category really stand out. I love the details on the Lava Dolphin, particularly how the lava seems to flow and crack across the surface using a combination of black 1×1 tiles and cheese slopes on top of the trans-red pieces and plates. As a fan of minifigure vignettes, I love the message behind the Adventures at Home minifigure entry that captures our imaginative pursuits at home, especially now that we are forced to stay indoors.

The Grand Prize Winners from each of the categories will be receiving an impressive prize package that includes the following LEGO House exclusives, plus a LEGO Ideas set.

The Runner-Ups will also be receiving a LEGO Architecture LEGO House, and the LEGO House Dinosaurs, and the hard-to-find LEGO Ideas Central Perk (21319).

Congratulations to all the winners and keep on building!

LEGO Deadpool Duck Is Back as an Exclusive LEGO VIP Reward

The LEGO VIP Rewards seems to be in the habit of bringing back old Comic-Con exclusives. After offering the LEGO SDCC 2012 Shazam minifigure as a sweepstakes reward for LEGO VIP members back in January, we now have another offering from the LEGO VIP Rewards Center that LEGO fans will be happy to have. The super rare LEGO SDCC 2017 Deadpool Duck minifigure is back and here’s our chance to get it.

Similar to the equally rare Shazam minifig, Deadpool Duck is back as part of the LEGO VIP Rewards monthly sweepstakes. Worth 50 VIP points, you can have up to 15 raffle entries if you wish to have bigger odds of winning this exclusive.

As you may know already, Deadpool Duck is the unholy combination of the two of the most revered, action-packed characters from Marvel Comics: Howard the Duck and of course, the Merc with a Mouth, Deadpool. The head of the minifigure comes from the same mold as that of Donald Duck from the LEGO Disney CMF collection, while the torso features a unique print of Deadpool’s vest which only comes in three LEGO variants, including the one from 2018’s LEGO SDCC 2018 Sheriff Deadpool, and the only Deadpool minifig that comes in a set which is from the LEGO Marvel Superheroes Wolverine’s Chopper Showdown (6866)

To make this reward extra special, LEGO is adding an acrylic case, including the original SDCC 2017 collectible packaging, together with the minifig.

LEGO Deadpool Duck

The LEGO Deadpool Duck VIP Rewards sweepstakes will run until June 21. Just be sure to check the list of countries where this promo is available.