2017 NYTF LEGO Minecraft Images

We also have two LEGO Minecraft sets that made their debut here at the 2017  New York Toy Fair. However, LEGO seems to be holding back on the surprises since we haven’t seen yet the LEGO Minecraft Mountain Cave (21137). Keep tabs with us as we give you more updates later on.


21136 The Ocean Monument


21135 Crafting Box 2.0


2017 LEGO Creator Set NYTF Images!

The most recent LEGO Creator sets were also revealed at the NYTF. If you recall, they were already showcased at the Nuremberg Toy Fair in Germany last month, and its great that we can finally see the sets up close.


31066 Space Shuttle Explorer


31067 Modular Poolside Holiday


31068 Modular Modern Home


31069 Modern Family Villa


31070 Turbo Track Racer

LEGO Star Wars NYTF images!

For all Star Wars fans out there, here’s what to expect from LEGO at this year’s New York Toy Fair!


75166 First Order Transport Speeder Battle Pack


75167 Bounty Hunter Speeder Bike Battle Pack


75178 Jakku Quadjumper


75180 Rathtar Escape


75182 Republic Fighter Tank


75183 Darth Vader Transformation



75184 Star Wars Advent Calendar


75185 Tracker I


75186 The Arrowhead



75531 Stormtrooper Commander



75532 Scout Trooper & Speeder Bike









LEGO 2017 Nexo Knights Sets Revealed! 

Yet another batch of Images from Toy Fair have now come out, those now coming from the 2017 LEGO Nexo Knights range!


70353 The Heligoyle


70354 Axl’s Rumble Maker


70355 Aaron’s Rock Climber


70356 The Stone Colossus of Ultimate Destruction


70357 Knighton Castle 


70361 Macy’s Bot Drop Dragon



LEGO Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Reveal!

Next up on the list of many (many, many…) Photos from NYTF is the new LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Silent Mary (71042) pirate ship!

Here’s the press release and images:



This highly detailed Lego model with over 2,200 pieces features a hinged bow section, opening skeleton hull with decay and destruction detailing, movable rudder, collapsible main mast and two further masts, long bowsprit with crow’s nest and mast, tattered sails, detailed quarterdeck, plus a rowboat with two oars and an array of weapons and accessory elements. This model provides a rewarding build and play experience, and the integrated stand makes it suitable for display… Includes eight minifigures: Captain Jack Sparrow, Henry, Carina, Lieutenant Lesaro, Captain Salazar, Officer Magda, Officer Santos and the Silent Mary Masthead.

LEGO DC Superheroes Girls Images.

Another batch of images from NY Toy Fair has come in! This time around, we have all of the DC Superheroes Girls Images! Anyone who’s tired of just seeing LEGO Batman Movie sets recently will definitely be excited for these!


41236 Harley Quinn Dorm


41237 Batgirl Secret Bunker


41238 Lena Luther Kryptonite Factory


41239 Eclipso Dark Palace

LEGO 2017 LEGO Batman Set Images!

Our first batch of long-awaited images from New York Toy Fair have come in! First up is the The LEGO Batman Movie Images. I won’t talk too much since I know why we’re all here, so let’s get to it:


70917 Ultimate BatMobile


70916 Batwing


70915 Two-Face Double Demolition 


70914 Bane Toxic Truck Attack

First Look at the New First Order Stormtrooper from Star Wars Episode VIII The Last Jedi.

We’ve reported that Star Wars Force Friday II has been confirmed, where Disney and Lucasfilm have partnered for the second time around with leading manufacturers to create an awesome Star Wars experience for fans across the world in preparation for the theatrical debut of Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. Though this huge promotional is still seven months from now, the legion of Star Wars faithful is already looking forward to the event.

To add to the excitement, Episode VIII director Rian Johnson recently shared a tidbit of a teaser to whet the appetite of those looking forward to see what’s in store in the 8th instalment of the gargantuan movie franchise. We saw that Rey will be sporting a new look in The Last Jedi, and this time it’s the iconic foot soldier of the ominous First Order that will get a bit of a rehash. Johnson took it to Tumblr to share this photo of the new First Order Stormtrooper that will make their debut in Episode VIII as you can see from the image below.

Frankly, at first glance, there is not much of a difference between this newer version of the Stormtrooper to that of 2015’s version in The Force Awakens. It may not be noticeable for the casual observer, but a hardcore SW fan will be quick to point this out. Movie news website Slashfilms compared images of the 2015 and 2017 First Order Stormtrooper and noticed some very subtle differences between the two, particularly with their helmets. The one on the left is the Stormtrooper from TFA while the one on the right is from the upcoming TLJ.

According to Slashfilms, “It’s barely noticeable, but the black nose ridge that runs arches across the lower part of the helmet [of the Episode VIII Stormtrooper] appears to be slightly thinner than the older design. The eyes are slightly more triangular as well.” Other than the helmet, there seems virtually no difference between the rest of the trooper’s armor and accessories. The sleeker helmet design from the latter seems to give a more, villainous and indifferent look to these apathetic foot soldiers.

If you recall, the LEGO minifigure version of the First Order Stormtrooper as they debuted in The Force Awakens has a helmet design which is very similar to the image above.

Now, the question in every LEGO Star Wars fan is, will or has LEGO included these minute details in its upcoming Star Wars The Last Jedi sets? Other than the new look that we saw from Rey, will the First Order Stormtrooper be getting the same treatment? Though it highly unlikely that we will know the answers at the LEGO Booth in the New York Toy Fair, our best bet of confirming this is when Force Friday II begins in September.

So what do you think brick fans? Is this something that you’ll look forward to among the upcoming LEGO Star Wars The Last Jedi sets? Let us know in the comments below and join in the discussion on our Facebook page.



Credit: Slashfilms via ITM.