Here’s a Round-Up of The Most Exciting Rumored LEGO Sets That Will Debut in 2018.

Just recently, reliable LEGO insider and Eurobricks member Sir von LEGO has shared several bits of information on what LEGO has in the works for 2018. Joining him is also a handful of news from another trusted source over at Instagram, Delta Customs. We’re already half way through the year and it seems that LEGO is now setting the stage for another batch of sets based on current and upcoming themes. Bear in mind that even though Sir von LEGO has a good track record of being a trustworthy source of what’s going on inside LEGO’s creative labs, we should always take these kind of news with a grain of salt and see later on if it measures up with LEGO’s official announcements.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Infinity War and Black Panther

First off, we have some rather expected news from the LEGO Super Heroes front. It’s not really that much of a bang to know that LEGO will launch a good number of sets based on MCU’s grandest film of all considering that LEGO has been in the league with Disney and Marvel. The Avengers: Infinity War will also get the LEGO treatment with six (6) sets slated to be released, similar to what they did with the Avengers: Age of Ultron subtheme. We don’t have any word yet from Sir von LEGO on what these sets are, or how they will look like. It is understandable, considering how strict Disney and Marvel is against leaks on such a grand film. Similarly, it is not just Infinity War that gets a nod from LEGO’s top brass, but also that of the King of Wakanda himself, the Black Panther. According to reports, MCU’s Black Panther will get two (2) sets similar to other MCU franchises like Spider-Man: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok. Black Panther is set to debut in theaters in February next year, 3 months earlier than Infinity War so it’s interesting to see how the events in this film will affect the course of things later on for our Marvel superheroes.

2018 LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Sets

This piece of info may not come from Sir von LEGO, but it nevertheless deserves to be mentioned here. Delta Customs, another respected LEGO informant, has announced three LEGO DC Comics sets to debut next year. According to Delta, there will be three sets under the LEGO DC Comics’ theme with the first being one of the most unlikely character ever to come in LEGO form. I’m not sure if I’m using the right analogy here, but I guess it is fair to say that he may be considered DC’s counterpart to Marvel’s irreverently funny, Deadpool. I’m referring to DC’s Lobo, the intergalactic bounty hunter. LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Set #1 is reported to be named as Lobo’s Spacehog, which includes Lobo himself and the Man of Steel, Superman. The following images are taken from the LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham video game.

Speaking of Superman, his archenemy Lex Luthor will also take center stage once more with his Lex Luthor Mech. Set #2 is said to be larger than 2012’s Superman vs Power Armor Lex (6862) and will include the minifig versions of Lex Luthor, Cheetah, Wonder Woman, Batman and Firestorm. Batman will also come with a brick-built wing pack so it is interesting to see that.

Set #3 and the final rumored set under this Super Heroes subtheme is coined as Cyborg Helicopter and Freeze Car. It features the minifigure versions of Cyborg, Flash, Killer Frost, and Reverse Flash. I suppose Cyborg and Flash will have a different form as compared to their DCEU counterparts seen on the LEGO Justice League sets.

2018 The LEGO Batman Movie Sets

It seems that The LEGO Batman Movie fever is still pitch high. According to Sir von LEGO, TLBM is said to have five (5) additional LEGO sets under its belt come next year, two of which were earlier reported by Delta Customs.

Justice League Anniversary Party

This set is a nod to the scene in TLBM where the JL super heroes are partying at Superman’s place in the Fortress of Solitude. It will be nice to even have just at least half of the super heroes minifigs in attendance during that scene, but it is highly unlikely. This set is reported to include the minifig versions of Superman, Hawkman, El Dorado and Wonder Dog, and will perhaps, be the very first LEGO set to include the Fortress of Solitude.

Egghead’s Food Fight

This set will include Egghead himself aboard his mech and Condiment King. The images below are from The Brick Fan as seen from the book, The LEGO Batman Movie: The Making of the Movie. Though there is no confirmation that this is how the minifigs will actually look like, nevertheless, they give us a pretty good hint on how they may be as an actual LEGO set

Harley Quinn’s Cannon Ball Attack

This is another rumored set that has a direct reference on The LEGO Batman Movie: The Making of the Movie. It includes Harley, Batgirl, a driver, and another yet-to-be revealed character.

Bat-Buggy

This set comes with the minifig versions of Batman of Captain Boomerang. Again, these images are taken from the abovementioned book, and should not be considered as the final model. However, it is kind of tempting to think what other official LEGO sets may be hiding in this book.

Bat-Space Shuttle

The Bat-Space Shuttle is a nod at one of the Bat-themed vehicles that Robin found while exploring around the Batcave as seen from the above clip. It is reported to include the three minifig versions of Batman and two of Robin. Perhaps a Space Batman and a Space Robin costume?

2018 LEGO Star Wars Sets

Sir von LEGO is on a roll with his most recent insider news from the brick-built galaxy far, far away. Star Wars has been one of LEGO’s longest running licensed themes and it doesn’t show any sign of slowing down, especially with the highly anticipated Star Wars Episode VIII – The Last Jedi. According to the LEGO meister, other than the four (4) sets dedicated to the Last Jedi film, the theme will also get additional sets based on other Star Wars titles. Please do note that these are tentative names and may likewise have a different set number later on.

Tatoine Battle Pack (75198)

This pack includes two (2) Jawas, a Tusken Raider, an Astro-Mech and an unnamed vehicle.

General Grievous Combat Speeder (75199)

This set has its reference from the Star Wars animated series, the Clone Wars. It comes with Mace Windu, and Grievous aboard a never-before-seen dark blue and gray speeder.

Boba Fett (75533)

This is believed to be an ultrabuild figure, quite similar to the Jango Fett (75107) set.

Darth Vader (75534)

The Sith Lord will have another buildable figure under its name following 2015’s Darth Vader (75111) set. Quite frankly, I’m not quite sure how much this latest iteration will be different from the previous one. We just have to wait and see.

Yoda’s Hut (75208)

This is another intriguing LEGO set straight from Star Wars Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back which includes Yoda, Luke, and R2-D2. It is interesting to see how LEGO will render the home and final resting place of the famed Jedi Master

2018 Rumored LEGO Nexo Knights Sets

Yep, you heard it right. It seems that the seemingly ill-fated, original LEGO theme is back with another shot for fandom. Considered by some as an unholy fusion between the LEGO Castle and Space themes, the theme was often criticized as visually unappealing and lacking a good sense of brick aesthetics. This led to speculations that LEGO may be pulling the plug anytime soon for the Nexo Knights. However, Sir von LEGO revealed that the heroes of Knighton may have another year, as LEGO will be rolling out six (6) additional sets (which he claims to have seen himself) that will have our knightly heroes pitting against new enemies.

  • Lance’s Hiver Jouster (72001)
  • Twinfector (72002)
  • Berserker Bomber (72003)
  • Tech WiZard (72004)
  • X-bow (72005)
  • Axl’s Rolling Arsenal (72006)

Again, be reminded that these are all considered rumors until such time that LEGO confirms them or officially announces them. Are you excited about these sets? Which do you think will be the most popular among them if ever they turn out to be actual sets for next year? Share us what you think in the comments below.

 

 

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Have Fun With This Amazing LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Bank Heist MOC from Tyler.

From the tiniest adventure on the high seas with the Mini LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean The Black Pearl MOC, Tyler now set sail for his next LEGO build based on Disney’s latest film instalment, Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales. Based on a particular scene where Jack Sparrow pays a visit to the newest bank in town, Tyler’s next LEGO POTC MOC perfectly captures the irreverent fun and chaos that Jack Sparrow and his gang incited. Now, if you haven’t seen the film yet, these are just minor spoilers that I’m sure you will not mind brushing off aside. Nevertheless, the scene was hilariously great that Tyler opted to dedicate this LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Bank Heist MOC on this one.

On the outside, the bank features two opening doors in the front with some space for receiving bank customers and guests. Tyler even adds some neat details such as a tiled floor, which you can see by removing a portion of the roof. Further front, you have a bank vault with an opening door, filled with some nice gold elements.

Trusty old Gibbs also joins the fun in this bank heist scene with his team of horses pulling their prize across the street and throughout town. To make this MOC mobile, Tyler added some wheel pieces at the bottom to help it slide around easily.

If you’ve seen the film already, you know that at some point Jack and Gibbs ran into an obstacle when they reached a bridge that was too small for them to go through underneath. Since Jack has been such a never-say-die character, you can expect things to get crazy after this. They decided to crash into the bridge making the vault burst from behind the bank itself as the horses pull it through. To capture this fun and intense scene, Tyler cleverly recreated it by adding an awesome play feature to this MOC.

 

By pushing and sliding the second detachable roof top towards the bank entrance, the back side of the bank opens allowing the vault to be dragged by the horses attached to it. The vault itself is integrated within the bank that when you put it back in, it has a locking mechanism that snaps it back in place using a hinge and several rubber bands. This feature allows you to drag the bank together with the vault and when you slide the rooftop again, it releases the vault once more. It’s a really great play feature that shows how creative Tyler can be. Just have the bank’s rooftop bump on to something to release the vault and you can easily recreate that hilarious scene. Watch the video below and see how Tyler did it.

Now if you want to build this model, we have good news for you. All you have to do is head over at Buildbetterbricks.com and download the instructions. For a very minimal fee, you can have the digital instructions in pdf format plus a complete parts list of all the 630 LEGO pieces that Tyler used to create this MOC, including a Stud.io file which you can import to Bricklink so you can order the parts that you need. Additionally, Buildbetterbricks have also updated its listing to include the building instructions for another fan favorite, the Custom LEGO GOTG Starlord’s Walkman so be sure to check it out as well.

Happy building!

 

 

LEGO Store August Calendar Now Available.

Scanned images of the LEGO Store August Calendar are now making rounds online, and we now have a glimpse of the various sales and activities that will happen across LEGO stores in the US next month. Though the official PDF version of the calendar is still yet to be released, we can still have a closer look on what is in store in August. Check this out.

 

It seems that LEGO is investing a considerable amount of effort in promoting its latest robotics offering, the LEGO Boost Creative Toolbox (17101). The set is now available for pre-order both at shop.LEGO.com and via Amazon, and will debut to the general public starting August 1. Additionally, another exclusive D2C set is slated to arrive in August with the highly anticipated LEGO Creator Expert London Bus (10258). The iconic red bus will be available exclusively at all LEGO Stores and at shop.LEGO.com starting August 1.

August 10-31: Free exclusive Caveman & Cavewoman minifigures (5004936) with a purchase of $50 or more.

LEGO’s latest minifigure promotional was first spotted in LEGO Europe Summer Store Calendar last month, and as it seems, minifigure collectors in North America will also have the same opportunity of bringing this home. Referred to as the Iconic Cave set (5004936), this set comes with two rehashed collectible minifigures of a Caveman and Cavewoman, both of which were originally released under LEGO’s CMF Series 1 and Series 5 respectively. This follows LEGO’s past minifigure promotionals such as the Gingerbread Man and Chicken Suit Guy.

August 20-31: Free Build to Learn Pack with a purchase of $25 or more.

A perfect gift to the budding LEGO enthusiast, this free set contains several Duplo pieces, sticker sheet, and pages of building activities designed for toddlers and preschoolers.

August 1-6 & 14-20: Sign up for the LEGO Boost workshops.

Here’s a chance to sign-up for a one-on-one workshop on how to get the most out of the LEGO Boost Creative Toolbox (17101) set. Participants will learn how to code using the tech savvy set, with several demonstrations on how the LEGO Boost is the next big thing in brick-built robotics.

August 8-9: Free VIP Monthly Mini Model build (MMB) will be a Fish.

Registration to avail this free MMB starts on July 15. To reserve a spot, visit shop.LEGO.com/minibuild-registration.

August 16-31: LEGO VIPs get Early Access to a new exclusive set.

As we previously reported, the next direct-to-consumer, VIP set will be the LEGO Ninjago Movie Ninjago City (70620) available for early VIP access starting August 16 to 31, and will be available to the general public beginning September 1.

August 19 & 26: LEGO Life Meeting.

Join a LEGO Life Meeting at your nearest LEGO Store and get the chance to build the August mini-model. Registration has started already (for children 6 to 14 years old only) with a minimal fee of $10 per child.

August 30: VIP Cinderella’s Castle mini build event.

During this free event, you’ll get to build and take home a micro scale version of Cinderella’s iconic castle. Registration has already begun for participants age 6 to 14. You may visit your local LEGO Store and inquire with a Brick Specialist.

 

So, what do you think of these activities and promotionals? What are you most excited about? Share your thoughts in the comments below. Thanks to The Brick Fan for the tip.

 

 

A Look at The LEGO Ninjago Movie Collectible Minifigures Box Art and Packaging.

We had our first complete look at the LEGO Ninjago Movie Collectible Minifigures  last month. With a total of 20 minifigures under its belt, this latest collectible minifigure series based on LEGO’s next huge film is already proving to be attractive to most Ninjago fans and AFOLs. This time, thanks to Promobricks, we now have an idea how the official box art and blind bag will look like.

The box itself contains 60 blind bags, and is said to contain 3 sets of all 20 minifigures. It’s nice that LEGO opted to have this CMF series evenly distributed in such way. Any avid collector has thrice the opportunity to collect all 20 minifigs. If you wish to have a greater chance to pick-up that LNM minifig that you want (I would personally go for the Jay Walker minifigure with that new, scarf element and smartphone accessory), The Brick Fan came up with a helpful, feel guide that you may want to check.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Collectible Minifigures will be available for sale both online and in-store starting August 1.

 

 

 

Build Your Very Own Mini LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean The Black Pearl and Super Micro Milano MOCs!

A few days ago, we saw the release of the building instructions for some of Tyler’s awesome MOCs particularly the massive, UCS-styled LEGO GOTG Vol. 2 Milano and Baby Groot MOCs. In case you missed it, the instructions for building these awesome creations are now available at Buildbetterbricks.com for only $8 and $5 respectively.

This time, from the far reaches of the galaxy, Tyler’s brick-building adventure now brings us to the high seas with his next swashbuckling chibi-sized MOC, the Mini LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean The Black Pearl MOC. Done in the same style to that of the LEGO Star Wars Microfighters, this micro sized version of the larger LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean The Black Pearl (4184), is the closest miniature counterpart of the iconic ship that we can ever have, perhaps even better than that of LEGO’s polybag version the Mini Black Pearl (30130).

Tyler admits that this micro-sized Black Pearl was a bit of a challenge to make since packing all the details of the larger ship into one small build is not really a walk in the park.  We have several pieces placed on the side for its cannons, and the sail in itself has a very nice feel, with Tyler even managing to create that curved look with just a few sloped pieces. Needless to say, he was really glad how it turned out, especially once you place Jack Sparrow’s minifig at the helm of this mini Black Pearl. Here’s Tyler with more info on this impressive build.

So if you’re into micro-scaled versions of the most popular LEGO sets around, be sure to check out the building instructions for this Mini LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean The Black Pearl at Buildbetterbricks.com. For a minimal fee of only $3 USD, you can have the full instructions in downloadable PDF format, a parts list, and Stud.io file so you can easily import the parts list into Bricklink.

While you’re at it, be sure to check our FREE – yes, FREE – building instructions for our super micro-sized LEGO GOTG Vol. 2 Milano also available at Buildbetterbricks.com. This fun and easy MOC is a fitting contrast to its larger predecessor, with only 12 pieces needed to build it. Its Tyler way of paying it forward for the huge support that you’ve shown for his work.

Do you have other ideas and LEGO creations that you want Tyler to build? Let us know in the comments below!

 

 

 

LEGO Juniors Cars 3 Florida 500 Final Race (10745) Revealed.

Following the release of Disney Pixar’s Cars 3 last June, and a wave of LEGO Juniors sets released last May, comes another surprise from the LEGO Juniors line. LEGO Shop@Home has recently updated their listing to include another Cars 3 set that features the return of McQueen’s ever reliable race and road crew in his bright red LEGO form. Mack gets the LEGO treatment once again in LEGO Juniors Cars 3 Florida 500 Final Race (10745), making this the second LEGO set (excluding those from the Duplo line) that includes the red, gentle giant. The first of which is Mack’s Team Truck (8486) released in 2011.

The Florida 500 Final Race (10745) comes in at 266 pieces selling at $49.99, and will be available at shop.LEGO.com and other retailers starting August 1. Here are the rest of the set’s details and official images.

 

LEGO Juniors Cars 3 Florida 500 Final Race (10745)

Race with Disney Pixar’s Lightning McQueen for the trophy!

Start your engines and take part in the exciting Florida 500 Final Race from Disney Pixar Cars 3, featuring an Easy to Build crew chief’s stand with raising red and green race flags and Start/Finish line arch, trackside barriers and a winners’ podium with checkered flags and a trophy. Includes a simple guide to build and play, and bigger pieces help build confidence in younger kids. LEGO® Juniors is an age-appropriate build and play experience for ages 4-7. Includes 5 LEGO Juniors characters.

  • Includes 5 characters from Disney Pixar Cars 3: Lightning McQueen, Cruz Ramirez, Jackson Storm, Guido and Mack.
  • Features a crew chief’s stand with room for Guido, a race monitor and raising flag bars, plus a Start/Finish line arch and trackside barriers.
  • Also includes a winners’ podium and gas and air pump elements.
  • Mack can carry 2 cars inside the trailer.
  • Open Mack’s back to unload the cars at the racetrack.
  • Head to the gas pump to fuel up before the race.
  • Accessory elements include a trophy, tools, 2 checkered flags and red and green race flags.
  • Includes Easy to Build models with bigger pieces and a simple guide to get kids building and playing quickly.
  • Lightning McQueen measures over 1” (3cm) high, 2” (7cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide.
  • Cruz Ramirez measures over 1” (3cm) high, 2” (7cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide.
  • Jackson Storm measures over 1” (3cm) high, 2” (7cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide.
  • Guido measures over 1” (4cm) high, 1” (5cm) long and 1” (3cm) wide.
  • Mack measures over 3” (8cm) high, 9” (25cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide.
  • Crew chief’s stand excluding flags measures over 2” (6cm) high, 2” (6cm) wide and 3” (8cm) deep.
  • Start/Finish line arch measures over 4” (11cm) high, 6” (16cm) wide and 1” (4cm) deep.

 

 

 

A Closer Look at the LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Flying Fox: Batmobile Airlift Attack (76087).

A couple of days ago, LEGO has released the official images of its latest Super Heroes sets based on the upcoming Zack Snyder film, Justice League. However, the reveal was somehow incomplete since we never get to see that the rest of the official images of the largest set among the three which is the LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Flying Fox: Batmobile Airlift Attack (76087).

Thanks to a recent update at shop.LEGO.com, we now get to see the rest of 76087’s images, including a nice close up on the minifigure versions of Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg and the resurrected Man of Steel himself. It seems that LEGO was intentional in giving some ‘spoilers’ about Superman’s return in Justice League even if we’re still months away from the films theatrical release on November 17. Speaking of minifigures, though the Flying Fox is the largest among the three JL sets and with the most number of minifigs – the other two sets being the Knightcrawler Tunnel Attack (76086) and Battle of Atlantis (76085) – LEGO would have us buy all three of them if we’re planning to complete all the Justice League heroes. The Flying Fox comes in at 955 pieces, retails at $129.99 and will be available in-stores and online starting August 1. Here are the rest of the set’s official images.

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Flying Fox: Batmobile Airlift Attack (76087)

Unleash the Batmobile from The Flying Fox!

Team up with the Justice League against Steppenwolf™ and the Parademons to claim the precious Mother Box, in this exciting LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes Flying Fox: Batmobile Airlift Attack set. The Flying Fox features a 2-minifigure cockpit with a lift-off canopy, 2 spring-loaded shooters, 2 stud shooters and space inside for the Batmobile with an opening cockpit, 3 stud shooters and adjustable wings. Includes 6 minifigures with weapons—including Cyborg’s attachable stud-shooting arm—plus a Steppenwolf big figure.

  • Includes 6 minifigures: Cyborg™, Batman™, Wonder Woman™, Superman™ and 2 Parademons, plus a Steppenwolf™ big figure.
  • The Flying Fox features a dual minifigure cockpit with lift-off canopy and translucent-red windshield, 2 spring-loaded shooters, 2 stud shooters, ramp to drive the Batmobile inside, and 2 rear boosters with translucent-orange elements.
  • The Batmobile features an opening minifigure cockpit, 3 stud shooters and adjustable front and rear wings.
  • Also includes the Mother Box.
  • Weapons include Cyborg’s attachable stud-shooting arm, Batman’s Batarang and grappling gun, Wonder Woman’s sword, the Parademons’ handheld stud shooters and Steppenwolf’s axe.
  • Accessory elements include Wonder Woman’s shield and the Parademons’ foil wings.
  • The Flying Fox measures over 5” (13cm) high, 13” (34cm) long and14” (37cm) wide.
  • Batmobile measures over 1” (5cm) high, 6” (17cm) long and 3” (8cm) wide.
  • Mother Box measures under 1” (1.6cm) high and 1” (1.6cm) square.

  

 

 

 

Climb Aboard the Majestic LEGO Creator London Bus (10258)!

After hinting at its arrival via the most unlikely places and leaving a trail of bread crumbs across social media, LEGO has finally pulled the curtain to reveal its latest addition to its exclusive LEGO Creator Expert series. A fitting tribute to one of the world’s most iconic vehicles, the LEGO Creator London Bus (10258) is now making waves not just across London but the entire LEGO fan community. Without a doubt, this set is off to become one of the most sought after sets this summer.

Set 10258 is a brick-built, faithful representation of the brightly colored London Bus and hailed as the largest set among the Creator Expert vehicles followed by the Volkswagen Beetle (10252), Volkswagen T1 Camper Van (10220), Mini Cooper MK VII (10242), and the Ferrari F40 (10248). The London Bus (10258) comes in at 1,686 pieces and will be available for an early VIP release on July 17, and to the general public starting August 1.

As we reported previously, it is now confirmed that all five LEGO brand stores in London will exclusively have the set for sale as early as today, July 1. So if you’re around London as you’re reading this and you want to add this awesome set side by side with last year’s Big Ben (10253) and Tower Bridge (10214), be sure to drop by and check out the LEGO Creator Expert London Bus (10258) at the LEGO store nearest you.

Here’s LEGO’s official description of the London Bus followed by a designer video featuring master builder Morten Graff-Wang, plus an interview with him and fellow designer Jamie Berard broadcasted earlier from the Leicester Square LEGO Store in London.

LEGO Creator Expert London Bus (10258)
US $139.99 – CA $179.99 – DE 119.99€ – UK £109.99 – DK 999.00 DKK

Celebrate iconic design with this charming double-decker London Bus, featuring a wealth of authentic details, including a bright-red color scheme, panoramic windshield, specially made standard-tread tires, destination sign, and an open rear boarding deck with a hand pole, ticket bin, fire extinguisher and a half-spiral staircase that leads to the upper sightseeing deck. Functions include an opening hood with engine, detailed driver’s cab with a sliding door, and a removable roof and upper deck for access to the detailed interior with worn look seating and additional authentic details, including a forgotten umbrella, newspaper, empty beverage can and discarded chewing gum. Reversible transit advertising posters are also provided as printed labels with a 1950s or present-day London promotion. This LEGO® Creator Expert model has been designed to provide a challenging and rewarding building experience with a touch of nostalgia and charm.

Enjoy a nostalgic journey with this highly authentic reproduction of the iconic London Bus, featuring classic curved bodywork, panoramic windscreen, specially made standard-tread tires and a detailed interior.

  • The London Bus comes with an array of brick-built features and details, including large windows, bright red curved bodywork, panoramic windshield, reversible transit advertising posters provided as printed labels, specially made standard-tread tires and a destination sign. It also has an opening hood with engine, detailed driver’s cab with sliding door, and a removable roof and upper deck for access to the detailed interior.
  • Interior details include worn look seating, open rear boarding deck with a hand pole, ticket bin, fire extinguisher and a half-spiral staircase that leads to the sightseeing deck. Additional authentic detailing includes a forgotten umbrella, newspaper, empty beverage can and discarded chewing gum elements.
  • Choose your favorite decade with the miniature, reversible transit advertising posters, featuring a 1950s or present day London promotion.
  • Remove the roof and upper deck for full access to the detailed interior.
  • Slide open the driver’s door to access the detailed cab with panoramic windscreen.
  • Lift the hood to access the engine.
  • Special elements include a new-for-August-2017 tire with standard tread, quarter bows and arches in red, and 1x1x1 A2/3 bricks with vertical studs.
  • This model includes more than 1,680 pieces.
  • This model is scaled for shelf display alongside other models in the LEGO® Creator Expert vehicle series.
  • Measures over 7” (18cm) high, 13” (34cm) long and 5” (13cm) wide.

 

Be The Ninja You Wanted to Be With These LEGO Ninjago Movie Character Posters.

Building on the excitement of the previously released images of the LEGO Ninjago Movie sets, collectible minifigures and the announcement of its official video game, comes a set of nature-themed character posters of our LEGO Ninjago heroes. Earlier, USA Today has shared new and exclusive movie posters that highlight the characters’ unique personalities and interesting bios. Take a look.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie will jump into US theaters on September 22, 2017, with its official LEGO sets scheduled to be released to the public on August 1.

 

 

Have a Great Holiday Countdown with these 2017 LEGO Advent Calendars.

Though it’s a bit early to prepare for the holidays, LEGO gladly lifts the veil off from of its sought after items during the holiday seasons. We saw a glimpse of them coming from the Star Wars, City and Friends themes during this year’s New York Toy Fair and this time around, we get to see a closer look at their official box art images.

 

LEGO Friends Advent Calendar 2017 (41326)

 

LEGO City Advent Calendar 2017 (60155)

 

LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar 2017 (75184)

 

I’m looking forward to this year’s Star Wars Advent Calendar, especially that cute, little snowboarding BB-8.  The entire set itself is a tribute to some of the most memorable characters and scenes included in two of the most recent Star Wars films. It will be nice to also pick-up both the City and Friends Advent Calendars, with their neat microscale builds and tons of unique parts and elements. We’re expecting to see the rest of the Advent Calendars’ official images so be sure to keep tabs with us here at the Brick Show.