It’s common knowledge to all LEGO fan circles that The LEGO Group has deliberately veered away in creating sets that display or allude to scenes that pertain to previous war events in history, or that which has a particular military theme. Noble as it may, there are older LEGO fans who would love to see those old warships, tanks, and artillery rendered in LEGO bricks. And this is not just for the sake of building them, but also using them as interactive visual aids in teaching history and significant world events.
Brickset has uploaded our first images of the contents of the upcoming LEGO Unikitty! Collectible Figures Series 1 (41775), which were first announced by LEGO last April. Found over at a LEGO Certified Store in Zagreb, Croatia, Brickset reader Alan K was kind enough to share these images. The flyer itself follows the typical collector sheet format similar to LEGO CMFs. The sheet and blindbag itself is marked with the Series 1 logo, which suggests that LEGO intends to follow-up with another wave later on.
Let’s say you’re a big company with arms in film/TV media and the amusement industry. You score a popular movie or TV series based on your brand or franchise; wouldn’t you get the idea of adding an attraction based on that media to your theme park?
Near the end of April last month, we covered how the UK LEGOLAND theme park in Windsor celebrated the birth of Prince Louis, third child of Prince William and Kate, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with a Royal Baby presentation scene on a LEGO Buckingham Palace in their Miniland area.