Towards the end of January, we finally got our first good look at LEGO’s next wave of Speed Champions sets, long loved by LEGO motor enthusiasts but somewhat under represented in the past. Prospective collectors were bowled over by the six initial releases: two Porches, two Ferrari and two Ford sets.
You might have already heard about this from Brick Show Brian, but unfortunately, his video about the upcoming LEGO Marvel Superheroes UCS Hulkbuster (76105) has been taken down by the Brick Police from Brick Show’s YouTube channel. Well, I guess it is expected at some point. So, even before LEGO’s corporate censorship machine comes knocking at our doorsteps, allow me to share this leaked image once more about this latest Marvel UCS from LEGO, or to be more precise, the Hulkbuster Ultron Edition (76105).
LEGO doesn’t mince words (or bricks, for this matter) when it makes a point of publicly declaring its passion for the LEGO brick. Now that we are celebrating the 60th anniversary of this toy icon, LEGO Master Builders made sure that they got their message of admiration and love for the brand across, in a way that people surely took notice.
As you know well by now, the LEGO brick that we all grew up with and loved is celebrating its 60th birthday. Since the day when Godtfred Kirk Christiansen, the founder and inventor of the LEGO brick, filed the original patent on January 28, 1958, thousands of LEGO sets built on that single iconic brick meant countless and priceless smiles among kids and adults alike. Perhaps the coolest thing about the LEGO brick is that even though it has expanded and evolved in a myriad of shapes and sizes, it hasn’t changed in its fundamental design and building principle. Which means to say that the very first brick created in 1958, will still perfectly fit onto modern LEGO pieces that we have today.
The LEGO Creator Downtown Diner (10260) is fairly fresh out on the store shelves, but already some Builders have seen the many MOC possibilities in the 3-story, 2480-piece building set to begin trying out their own customizations. That of course should be obvious from the look of the box image.