Are We To See A LEGO Creator Expert RMS Titanic Very Soon?

Rumors have it on brick-street that AFOLs might be in for another LEGO treat very soon. Word has been circulating across LEGO fan forums that LEGO might have in the works its very first model of the iconic British passenger ship, in form of the LEGO Creator Expert RMS Titanic.

In his video, LEGO fan and YouTuber Brother From Another Brick shared some info on some of the possible direct-to-consumer (D2C) sets that LEGO has lined-up for 2021. Among this is a mention of a LEGO Creator Expert RMS Titanic set that is quite frankly, long overdue among older LEGO fans. This news from the LEGO vine was first spilled by Eurobricks forum member VanIslandLego who has a reputation for accurately predicting the arrival of two recently released LEGO Creator Expert sets: the LEGO Creator Expert Ghostbusters Ecto-1 (10274) and the Colosseum (10276).

A LEGO fan rendition of the RMS Titanic over at LEGO Ideas. Image credits to Jimmi-DK.

There’s no word yet with regards to its possible piece count and retail price if the rumors turn out to be true.  And if such is the case, then we can expect that the rumored LEGO Creator Expert RMS Titanic will be the second of its kind following the likes of the brick-built shipping vessel, LEGO Creator Maersk Line Triple-E (10241) released in 2014. I feel that most adult LEGO fans have been looking forward to this for a long time. However, considering the tragic story behind this infamous ship, and the many people who died in the wake of its accident on April 14, 1912, LEGO was probably initially discouraged from pursuing this possibility. So I’m not really sure about LEGO’s reasons right now and what has changed if rumors about the arrival of a LEGO Creator Expert RMS Titanic turns out to be true.

So what do you think of this possible next LEGO D2C set? Do you think that a ship with such a sad story behind it should be offered as an official LEGO set? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. Thanks again to Brother from Another Brick for the heads up.

LEGO Vidiyo Music Video Maker Officially Revealed

LEGO has finally unveiled its next augmented reality (AR) inspired theme in the form of the new LEGO Vidiyo. First teased on LEGO’s H1 2021 catalog, this new way of combining physical LEGO elements with top-notch AR tech allows children and other budding LEGO enthusiasts to create their own music video from a wide array of music from Universal Music Group. Watch this video to have a better grasp of what to expect from LEGO Vidiyo.  You may also read LEGO’s full press release right here.

LEGO Vidiyo

Similar to what LEGO offered with its AR-powered LEGO Hidden Side, LEGO Vidiyo helps children spur their creativity by letting them direct, produce and star in their own music videos through the help of special scannable LEGO pieces. The steps are pretty straightforward:

Choose one of the many songs in the App from a broad variety of established artists – both contemporary chart toppers and instantly recognisable classics.

Create your band from a vibrant collection of new, physical minifigures, which can be customised and brought to life in different scales through AR technology in the VIDIYO App.

Line up special effects in the form of ‘BeatBits’ and place them on the scanning stage. BeatBits are decorated 2×2 square LEGO elements, which once scanned unlock digital effects that let you control everything from video and music styles to scene effects. Creators can see their vision realised by choosing anything from black and white bling effects, to confetti showers and even X-ray vision. They can also add audio effects such as DJ scratching, mouse voice or sax solo, as well as fun signature character moves and gimmicks, from breakdancing to surfing on a shark…

Set the stage. From parks to bedrooms and backyards to brick-built models, LEGO VIDIYO music videos can live anywhere. In just three seconds, your location is scanned and production countdown starts.

Hitting the selected BeatBits in the App, children then take creative control of their own music video production, triggering dance moves and audio/video effects in an amazing 60 second performance, which can be trimmed down to 5, 10, 15 or 20 second shareable clips.

Clips can then be uploaded to the App feed, but only once the content has passed moderation. Any content featuring personally-identifiable information, such as children starring in the video, will not be approved for App feed upload, but can be stored locally in-App, to be enjoyed in-person with friends or family members.

If you’re a fan of the now-discontinued LEGO Nexo Knights theme, the use of special 2×2 decorative tiles dubbed as BeatBits in LEGO Vidiyo sounds very much the same as those scannable shields that come with each LEGO Nexo Knights sets. Though the former’s use is to enhance the video game experience by giving power-ups and special character abilities, the use of the BeatBits tiles in LEGO Vidiyo unlocks various special video and audio effects that you can use to spice up your own music video. Plus it seems that the theme itself will come with their own set of new-for-2021 minifigures. I’m not sure if the accompanying app will allow you to digitally animate your own choice of minifig from your existing collection, but from the looks of it, it is most likely limited to what the app will offer. In my opinion, it will be nice if LEGO will also expand its LEGO Vidiyo in-app options to include its extensive library of non-licensed collectible minifigures and other well-known characters. I’ll certainly have a blast if I can dance along with Banana Guy from CMF Series  16 and Mr. Gold from CMF Series 10!

 

LEGO Shop@Home has now updated its site to include an About page for LEGO Vidiyo, with a launch date of March 1st. Brickset has also listed  15 upcoming sets (or collectible minifigs perhaps?) under this theme, so it’s kind of exciting to see what LEGO has in store on this one. My best guess is that the minifigures included in LEGO Vidiyo’s latest promotional video and still images will be included in future sets as well. Some of them were somewhat indirectly revealed already. I’ll keep you posted once these new LEGO Vidiyo sets are officially revealed.

New LEGO Adults Welcome Section Curates the Best Sets That LEGO Shop@Home Has To Offer

One of the key objectives of The LEGO Group during the past couple of years is to encourage interest among adults in welcoming the LEGO lifestyle. From the low-key introduction of the now discontinued LEGO Forma to the more intentional and market-driven introduction of the LEGO 18+ branding as a way of encouraging adults to pursue the LEGO hobby, LEGO’s online shopping portal now makes it easier for adult LEGO fans to find their set of choice via its LEGO Adults Welcome Section.

Located under the Interests tab, the LEGO Adults Welcome section features an extensive collection of LEGO 18+ sets that are curated by LEGO and features a range of sets coming from its diverse portfolio of current LEGO themes. This is ideal both for those who are just beginning in the LEGO hobby, and those that are long-time fans of a particular LEGO theme or subtheme.

From the get-go, the LEGO Adults Welcome Section provides an overview of what to expect from this selection coming from four broad themes: Entertainment, Vehicles, Art, Design & Music, and Travel & History. It also presents a brief description of what to expect from this section and some pretty neat trivia regarding LEGO’s adult fan base.

Clicking 0n the Products link will then show you 84 suggested sets that LEGO Shop@Home has to offer, representing a wide array of interests and themes regardless of if you’re already an experienced builder or a beginning LEGO collector. Huge sets such as the LEGO Creator Expert Colosseum (10276), LEGO Super Mario Nintendo Entertainment System (71374), and LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (92176) occupy my top list of LEGO sets under this section. Clearly, this section is intended to feature LEGO’s largest (and most expensive) sets that LEGO hobbyists will be interested to put on display.

On a personal note, I appreciate what LEGO did here since they have eventually recognized that their sets are no longer just toys in themselves, but a worthwhile brick-building interest to pursue. I also find it convenient since I can immediately find those larger sets that I want to place under my LEGO wishlist for 2021.

So what do you think of this new LEGO Adults Welcome section over at LEGO Shop@Home? Do you find it convenient as well? Let me know what you think in the comments below.

Here’s Your Chance to Revive a Classic LEGO Theme Set

Today is the last day for LEGO Ideas’ latest online activity. In case you missed it, LEGO has launched a new LEGO Ideas Activity to mark the LEGO Group’s 90th Anniversary. And as a way of paying forward to its ever-growing adult LEGO fan base, LEGO is giving us the chance to determine which among its 30 favorite classic LEGO themes will be revived as the basis for its 90th Anniversary Set. This classic LEGO set will then be released sometime in 2022 as part of the LEGO Adult Portfolio.

The contest is divided into two parts, with the first voting cycle launching last week, January 17, and slated to end on January 25 giving loyal LEGO adult fans another day to cast their votes.

For the first round, LEGO fans can select up to 3 candidates from the following themes and subthemes: Trains (1966), Town (1978), Classic Space (1978), Classic Castle (1978), Lion Knights (1984), Black Falcons (1984), Model Team (1986), Forestmen (1987), Blacktron (1987), Black Knights (1988), Pirates (1989), Imperials (1989), Space Police (1989), M-Tron (1990), Wolfpack (1992), Paradisa (1992), Dragon Knights (1993), Ice Planet (1993), Aquazone (1995), Spyrius (1994), Exploriens (1996), Time Cruisers (1996), Divers (1997), Adventurers (1998), Xtreme Team (1998), Rock Raiders (1993), Studios (2000), Bionicle (2001), Arctic (2000), and Alpha Team (2001).

The results from this first round of voting will then be carried over as the basis for the second round of voting which will run from February 3 to 10. The top three themes to be selected from this final round will be the basis for the LEGO 90th Anniversary Set that LEGO intends to be a surprise.

As shared by The Brick Fan, the top three leading themes as of Thursday last week are Bionicle, Classic Space, and Pirates. Though a lot can still happen by the end of the first voting period, I find it more feasible that Bionicle may eventually rise as the theme of choice considering that we already have a recent, Pirates-inspired set in the form of the LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322).  Furthermore, LEGO Ideas also has its share of Space and NASA-based sets in the form of the LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (92176) and International Space Station (21321). And though LEGO tried to revive interest in the Bionicle theme with its 2016 offering, this latest LEGO Ideas activity may somehow show that LEGO Bionicle is still very much in the minds of adult LEGO fans.

The LEGO Bionicle Pohatu (8531), one of the earliest sets released under the theme back in 2001.

Remember that you still have 24 hours to cast your vote over at the LEGO Ideas platform. So what classic LEGO theme do you think the 90th-anniversary set will be based on? Will LEGO Bionicle come on top? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

LEGO Ninjago The Island Set Images Revealed

Back in December, we saw LEGO’s H1 2021 catalog, and eventually, a glimpse at our first wave of upcoming LEGO sets which are expected to arrive during the first quarter. From there we learned that LEGO Ninjago will be introducing the LEGO Ninjago The Island subtheme, where we find our ninja heroes at odds against a new threat, deep in a mysterious jungle. The chief antagonist of the new subtheme goes by the name of Chief Mammatus and his loyal cabal collectively known as The Keepers.

Now thanks to Brickset, we have a closer, better look at these new LEGO Ninjago The Island sets, slated to arrive in March. This is just in time for the debut of LEGO Ninjago’s Season 14 animated series to be aired on Cartoon Network. As of this posting, these sets are yet to be listed over at LEGO Shop@Home, but I’ll update this post once they are up at LEGO’s online shopping portal. But for now, let’s a closer look.

 

Lloyd’s Jungle Chopper Bike (71745)

183 pieces | $19.99 | Minifigures include: Lloyd Garmadon, Nya, Rumble Keeper

LEGO Ninjago The Island

 

Jungle Dragon (71746)

506 pieces | $39.99 | Minifigures include: Lloyd Garmadon, Zane, Poulerik, Thunder Keeper

LEGO Ninjago The Island

 

The Keepers’ Village (71747)

632 pieces | $49.99 | Minifigures include: Kai, Jay, Zane, Chief Mammatus, Rumble Keeper, Thunder Keeper

LEGO Ninjago The Island

 

Catamaran Sea Battle (71748)

780 pieces | $69.99 | Minifigures include: Kai, Jay, Cole, Chief Mammatus, Thunder Keeper

LEGO Ninjago The Island

 

As a final note, this subtheme will also be getting its own polybag in the form of Lloyd’s Quad Bike (30539). It also features a Lloyd Garmadon minifig in his jungle-ready outfit and 4×4 all-terrain vehicle. It’s most likely that this polybag will also be available sometime in March along with its larger set counterparts.

LEGO Ninjago Season 14 will also get its own polybag in the likes of the LEGO Ninjago The Island Lloyd’s Quad Bike (30539)

ICYMI: LEGO Ninjago City Gardens (71741) Back on Stock at LEGO Shop@Home

If you recall from last week, the LEGO Ninjago City Gardens (71741) made its official debut and was immediately placed on backorder status due to the set’s popularity among its adult fan base. Thankfully this time around, LEGO Shop@Home has been updated once more with the LEGO Ninjago City Gardens now back on stock.

In case you missed it, you may click on the following affiliate link below to add this set to your cart or your LEGO wishlist. Retailing for $300, the LEGO Ninjago City Gardens (71741) clocks at 5,685 pieces as it celebrates LEGO Ninjago’s 10th anniversary. It features a four-level modular design that includes snippets or artifacts from some of the most memorable moments in Ninjago’s history.

On a similar grander scale, the LEGO Ninjago City Gardens also features an insane amount of minifigures: 20 in total, including a limited edition golden Master Wu Legacy minifig. In fact, this minifigure is part of the collection of new 10th year commemorative LEGO Ninjago Legacy minifigs that was introduced this year. And if you wish to collect them all, you may want to check these sets.

LEGO Ninjago City Gardens (71741)

5,985 pieces | $299.99

LEGO Ninjago City Gardens LEGO Ninjago City Gardens LEGO Ninjago City Gardens

LEGO Ninjago City Gardens

Rediscover cherished memories and favorite ninja heroes with this NINJAGO® City Gardens (71741) set for play and display. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the world of NINJAGO by enjoying a rewarding and fun-filled building task.

A ninja toy for creative fun
There is something to enthrall NINJAGO fans on each of the brilliantly detailed 5 tiers, including an ice cream shop, Chen’s noodle house, the control room and a museum celebrating the ninjas’ rich history. The building set is also packed with 19 minifigures, including all of the ninjas and some their allies, to enhance the build-and-play experience.

The ultimate construction set for all NINJAGO fans.
This hugely impressive model is guaranteed to excite NINJAGO fans of all ages: a nostalgia-filled tower to proudly display for older builders, and a world of play opportunities for youngsters. The mammoth set has 5,685 pieces, so parents can also enjoy a rewarding and fun bonding experience building it with their children.

  • Spectacular NINJAGO® City Gardens (71741) 5-tiered ninja house model to build and play with, or display to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the NINJAGO world.
  • House playset has an incredible 19 minifigures to enhance role play including Young Lloyd, Kai, Zane, Urban Cole, Urban Jay, Urban Nya, Wu Legacy, Misako, Ronin, Hai, Cece, Mei and Tito.
  • Model is packed with rooms, including an ice cream shop, Chen’s noodle house, a ninja control room and a museum, all with accessories and details inspired by the ninjas’ rich history.
  • Each of the model’s 5 tiers lifts off for easy play action, and there is a ladder that can be pulled up and down at the back.
  • This 5,685-piece ninja playset is a great birthday gift for a passionate NINJAGO® or LEGO® fan and can be a fun bonding experience when a parent and child build it together.
  • The ninja house measures over 29 in. (73 cm) high, 17.5 in. (44 cm) long and 13 in. (33 cm) wide, which is sure to impress when placed on display.

LEGO Disney Raya and the Last Dragon Sets Revealed

Walt Disney Animation Studios’ next original film following 2016’s Moana is now confirmed to have its collection of LEGO Disney sets. Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon is slated to be released in March 2021 via Disney+, and LEGO will be throwing in a triad of tie-in sets to celebrate its upcoming release without giving away major spoilers.

And thanks to online retailer Learning Express Gifts, we now have a glimpse of what to expect from this next wave of LEGO Disney sets. In case you missed it, here’s the official teaser trailer for this next Asian-inspired animated film.

Though the LEGO Disney Raya and the Last Dragon sets are not yet listed over at  LEGO Shop@Home it looks like we will be seeing them soon, considering that they began to roll out already via third-party retailers. Here’s a look at what these new LEGO Disney sets have to offer.  I’ll update this post once LEGO publishes them on their online shopping portal.

Raya and the Heart Palace (43181)

610 pieces | $79.99  

Raya and the Last Dragon

• Surprise a great kid with this different and unique LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and the Heart Palace (43181) set. Packed with features and accessories, this fun set inspires imaginative role play.• This set, based on the new movie Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, has a palace with 6 rooms and 2 towers, Raya and Namaari mini-doll figures, plus Tuk Tuk and Namaari’s Serlot LEGO® figures.• The palace has a revolving wall with a secret room, a large treasure chest, and opening central and side towers. Combine with the LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and Sisu Dragon (43184) set for a real wow factor.• Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon fans will adore this buildable toy with its details and fun accessories. The functions and story starters help make this a great on-trend gift for children aged 7+

 

Raya and Sisu Dragon (43184)

216 pieces | $29.99  

Raya and the Last Dragon

• Spark a child’s creativity with this exciting LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and Sisu Dragon (43184) set. Packed with features and accessories, this fun set inspires imaginative role play.• This set, based on the new movie Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, includes a palace gate, waterfall, and accessories, plus a Raya mini-doll figure and a Sisu Dragon LEGO® figure.• The palace gate has a secret room to hold a small box with a diamond and a waterfall that opens up. Combine with the LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and the Heart Palace (43181) set to expand the fun.• Fans of Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon will adore this set with its many details and fun accessories. The functions and story starters make this a great any-day reward for children aged 6 and up.• Beautiful, posable dragon Sisu stands over 9 in. (24 cm) tall and is designed to be built and played with again and again in all sorts of adventures.

 

Boun’s Boat (43185)

247 pieces | $49.99

Raya and the Last Dragon

• Inspire a Disney fan’s imagination with this exciting LEGO® ǀ Disney Boun’s Boat (43185) set. Packed with features and accessories, this fun set sparks creative role play.• This set, based on the new movie Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, includes a large shrimp boat, a smaller boat, and a dock area, plus Sisu Human and Boun mini-doll figures and 3 Ongi LEGO® figures.• This set offers 3 builds to set kids’ imaginations free and makes a great addition to any other LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and the Last Dragon-related sets that a child might have to expand play.• A perfect reward gift for boys and girls aged 6+. Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon fans will adore this set with its clever buildable models that encourage imaginative role-play options.• Full of premium details, Boun’s boat measures over 5 in. (13 cm) high, 11 in. (28 cm) long and 3 in. (8 cm) wide and is designed to spark the imagination as it’s built and played with again and again.

Here’s A Better Look at the New LEGO Ninjago City Gardens (71741)

We’re still waiting for the official reveal of LEGO’s next premium installment in the LEGO Ninjago series, and it seems that the Internet can’t hold its excitement for what’s next on LEGO’s decade-running, original series. Coming from multiple sources, we now have a better look at the exclusive, LEGO Ninjago City Gardens (71741).

Singapore LEGO certified store Bricks World has published a pretty comprehensive product description of the LEGO Ninjago City Gardens, that celebrates the theme’s 10th anniversary. This newest entry in the world of Ninjago shares a modular design similar to its predecessor: the LEGO Ninjago Movie Ninjago City (70620) set. The product page published by Bricks World reveals that both of these sets can be combined for an Instagram-worthy combo display.

Coming in at 5,685 pieces, the LEGO Ninjago City Gardens features an astounding 20 minifigures, including a golden commemorative Master Wu Legacy minifig. This set is expected to retail for $300 and will have an early LEGO VIP access on January 14, and to the rest of the general public on February 1. Check out these additional images courtesy of The Brothers Brick. Stay tuned for more updates and for LEGO’s official press release which will be out soon.

LEGO Ninjago City Gardens (71741)

5,685 pieces | $299.99 | Early LEGO VIP access on January 14, and a general public release on February 1, 2021.

An incredible three-tiered ninja house playset featuring 19 minifigures for play or display celebrating 10 years of LEGO® NINJAGO®!

Relive all the excitement and thrills of 10 years of NINJAGO® City with this amazing three-tiered model and garden. Packed with 19 minifigures, you can team up again with the ninjas and their allies to play out favorite action scenes from the NINJAGO TV series, or proudly display this eye-catching model. An awesome building toy to captivate both older and younger NINJAGO fans.

Rediscover cherished memories and favorite ninja heroes with this NINJAGO® City Gardens (71741) set for play and display. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the world of NINJAGO by enjoying a rewarding and fun-filled building task. A ninja toy for creative fun There is something to enthrall NINJAGO fans on each of the brilliantly detailed three floors, including an ice cream shop, Chen’s noodle house, the control room, and a museum celebrating the ninjas’ rich history. The building set is also packed with 19 minifigures, including all of the ninjas and some of their allies, to enhance the build-and-play experience. The ultimate construction set for all NINJAGO fans. This hugely impressive model is guaranteed to excite NINJAGO fans of all ages: a nostalgia-filled tower to proudly display for older builders, and a world of play opportunities for youngsters. The mammoth set has 5,685 pieces, so parents can also enjoy a rewarding and fun bonding experience building it with their children.

• Spectacular NINJAGO® City Gardens (71741) three-tiered ninja house model to build and play with, or display to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the NINJAGO world.
• House playset has an incredible 19 minifigures to enhance role-play including Young Lloyd, Kai, Zane, Urban Cole, Urban Jay, Urban Nya, Wu Legacy, Misako, Ronin, Hai, Cece, Mei, and Tito.
• Model is packed with rooms, including an ice cream shop, Chen’s noodle house, a ninja control room, and a museum, all with accessories and details inspired by the ninjas’ rich history.
• Each of the model’s three levels lifts off for easy play action, and there is a ladder that can be pulled up and down at the back.
• This 5,685-piece ninja playset is a great birthday gift for a passionate NINJAGO® or LEGO® fan and can be a fun bonding experience when a parent and child build it together.
• The ninja house measures over 29 in. (73 cm) high, 17.5 in. (44 cm) long, and 13 in. (33 cm) wide, which is sure to impress when placed on display.
• Includes a collectible golden Wu Legacy minifigure to also celebrate the 10th anniversary of LEGO® NINJAGO® toys.
• LEGO® NINJAGO® has an amazing collection of cool toys for play or display, including mechs, dragons, cars, and boats.
• For more than six decades LEGO® bricks have been made from the highest-quality materials to ensure they consistently pull apart. Ninja skills not needed!
• LEGO® building bricks meet the highest safety standards in the world, so your kids are in safe hands with LEGO playsets.

A Sneak Peek at the Upcoming LEGO Marvel Superheroes Eternals Sets

After so many film rescheduling brought about by this pandemic, it seems that Disney and LEGO will be finally rolling out its theatrical and tie-in releases of its much-awaited MCU’s Eternals. And thanks to LEGO Canada’s paper catalog, we can now have a sneak peek at what’s in store for the upcoming LEGO Marvel Superheroes Eternals.

The reveal came by way of Brickset’s post, offering us a closer look at four sets under this subtheme. The catalog images themselves may provide some considerable amount of spoilers, so if you don’t mind going through such details ahead of seeing the film, then I guess it’s alright for you to go ahead. I’ve also reposted the descriptions included in these sets for better context.

The MCU’s Eternals is slated to arrive in theaters in November, so hopefully, we’re looking at a summer release for this wave of LEGO Marvel Superheroes Eternals sets.  In the meantime, be sure to check out the first wave of 2021 LEGO Marvel sets.

Eternal’s Aerial Assault (76145)

133 pieces | $9.99 | Minifigures include Sprite and Ikaris 

 

Deviant Ambush! (76154)

197 pieces | $19.99 | Minifigures include Thena, Makkari, and an exclusive Gilgamesh minifig

LEGO Marvel Superheroes Eternals

Thena, Gilgamesh, and Makkari are under attack from a 6-legged, biting Deviant! The 3 Eternals have amazing powers – Thena can summon weapons, Gilgamesh has super-strength and Makkari runs faster than the speed of sound. Will they overcome the evil Deviant? Only you can decide. Plus… if you collect The Eternals LEGO minifigures, this awesome playset is the only one to feature Gilgamesh!

 

In Arishem’s Shadow (76155)

693 pieces | $59.99 | Minifigures include Ajak, Kingo, Ikaris, and Sersi

When Sersi, Ikaris, Kingo, and Ajak take on an evil Deviant, anything can happen! Sersi transforms matter into… anything, Ikaris has superhuman strength, Kingo fires energy, and Ajak communicates with Celestials. Arishem, the Celestial’s leader, may even join the battle with a stud shooter in each hand. If you LEGO minifigures, this awesome set is the only one to feature Ajak and Kingo! 

 

Rise of the Domo (76156)

1,040 pieces | $119.99 | Minifigures include Makkari, Ikaris, Thena, Sersi, Druig, and Phastos.

Explore the Eternals’ spaceship with Makkari, Ikaris, Thena, Sersi, Druig, and Phastos. Open the sides to access the interior. Check out the cockpit, the weapons room, and the lab, but when the leader of the Deviants arrives with his accomplice, it’s time to take the spaceship into battle! Plus… if you collect The Eternal’s LEGO minifigures, this set is the only one to feature Druig and Phastos! 

The January 2021 LEGO Store Calendar Highlights This Year’s First Freebies

Happy New Year everyone and I sincerely hope that 2021 will be a great LEGO year for all of us. And if you’re planning to get hold of the latest LEGO 2021 sets that you’ve been itching to tick off from your LEGO new year wishlists, then you might want to check out these latest freebies featured in the January 2021 LEGO Store Calendar.

LEGO has now published its next monthly promotional calendar, confirming the gift-with-purchase sets that we have reported before. So before you head off to your local LEGO brand store or over at LEGO Shop@Home, you may want to take a quick look at what the January 2021 LEGO Store Calendar has to offer.

Free LEGO Ideas Vintage Car (40448) with purchases over $85.

January 2021 LEGO Store Calendar

As I’ve reported earlier, throughout the entire month of January or while supplies last, the LEGO Ideas Vintage Car (40448) is the next gift-with-purchase that will be added to your cart for any single-receipt purchase of LEGO sets or products worth $85 or more. Expect this teal-colored freebie to be a much-desired collectible, so better get this while you still can.

 

Free LEGO Harry Potter The Monster Book of Monsters (30628) with purchase of LEGO Harry Potter sets.

Offered alongside the LEGO Ideas Vintage Car, is another LEGO set that is long overdue for LEGO Harry Potter fans. The LEGO Harry Potter The Monster Book of Monsters (30628) is by far the best brick rendition of this Wizarding World oddity, and we now have the chance to add this to our collection for free. From January 1 to 31, 2021, or while supplies last, this next gift-with-purchase set will be added to your LEGO shopping cart with any qualifying LEGO Harry Potter set purchases set worth $75 or more. Expect this one to be a hot freebie as well so it will be helpful to plan your next LEGO purchase especially if you’re eyeing those new LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moments sets.

 

Choose Your Gift: Free LEGO City Police Water Scooter (30566) OR Fire Helicopter (30567).

For a lower qualifying purchase of any LEGO products worth $40 and above, you can choose between taking home a free LEGO City Police Water Scooter OR Fire Helicopter polybags. Though I would prefer to bring home these 2 sets,  any LEGO freebie is very much welcomed. This offer is valid starting January 18 to 24, 2021, or while supplies last so better watch 0ut for these as well.

 

Usual in-store activities are still absent from the January 2021 LEGO Store Calendar, however, there are still some good reasons to visit your local LEGO Store observing all the necessary health protocols. We have a lot of interesting new-for-January 2021 LEGO sets to watch out for such as the LEGO Creator Expert Botanical Collection, LEGO BrickHeadz Pets, and the new LEGO City Roadplates just to name a few.

So what LEGO set are you planning to get this 2021? Share your LEGO wishlist in the comments below.