LEGO Disney Castle Selling Out Fast!

As I’m sure many of you now know, the Disney Castle set first revealed back in July 2016 is now available to the public.

This set has proven to be a huge deal in the media, with many news outlets completely unrelated to LEGO covering it in detail, which makes sense due to the immense appeal of such an iconic image being made into LEGO.

That being said, perhaps the hype for this set was a little too extreme, as the product is already out of stock on the US LEGO Shop Online:

Whilst the castle is still available in the UK, you might have to go and visit the local LEGO Store directly if you hope to grab one of these over in the US, and even that seems unlikely as there’s many reports of the set being sold out in stores as well. What with this being a LEGO Exclusive I wouldn’t expect to find it in any other retail stores either…

Of course, the secondary market is also a possibility (sites such as eBay could be a viable option for getting the set) but the castle will be well above the retail price if so.

That being said, I’m sure that LEGO will very soon have the set back in stock, but we’ll have to wait and see how long that takes.

Perhaps you guys are a little too popular…

This shows that the set really is immensely popular due to the press it has gathered, and I’m sure LEGO would prefer to not have enough that have them ligning the shelves with no-one buying them!

Keep an eye out on LEGO Shop Online to see when the set becomes available again.


LEGO Death Star 75159 Official Images and Press Release

Here’s the official announcement of the new LEGO Death Star set to release at the end of this month.

75159 Death Star

4,016 pieces

US $499.99 – CA $599.99 – DE 499.99€ – UK £399.99 – DK 4499.00 DKK.

Available on the 15th of September to VIPs, 30th of September for everyone else.

Win the battle for the Empire with the awesome Death Star!

Re-enact amazing scenes from the Star Wars saga with the Empire’s ultimate planet-zapping weapon—the Death Star!

With over 4,000 pieces, this fantastic model has a galaxy of intricate and authentic environments, including a super-laser control room, Imperial conference chamber, hangar bay with moving launch rack and Lord Vader’s TIE Advanced with space for Vader inside, Emperor Palpatine’s throne room, Droid maintenance room, detention block, trash compactor, tractor beam, cargo area, turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters and seats for the 2 Death Star Gunners, and 2 movable turbo laser towers.

This fantastic set also includes 23 iconic minifigures and 2 Droids to ensure hours of Star Wars battle fun.

Includes 23 minifigures: Grand Moff Tarkin, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, Imperial Navy Officer, Imperial Officer, 2 Stormtroopers, 2 Death Star Troopers, 2 Emperor’s Royal Guards, 2 Death Star Gunners, Death Star Droid, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, C-3PO, Han Solo, Han Solo (disguise), Luke Skywalker (Tatooine), Luke Skywalker (disguise) and Luke Skywalker (final duel), plus R2-D2, an Imperial Astromech and a Dianoga trash compactor monster.

Features a superlaser control room, Imperial conference chamber, hangar bay with moving launch rack and detachable TIE Advanced with space for Lord Vader inside, Emperor Palpatine’s throne room, Droid maintenance room, detention block, trash compactor, tractor beam, cargo area, turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters and seats for the 2 Death Star gunners, and 2 movable turbo laser towers.

Weapons include 3 Lightsabers, 4 blasters, 3 blaster pistols, 4 blaster rifles, 2 force pikes, 2 Force Lightning elements and a bowcaster.

Load up and fire the turbo laser’s spring-loaded shooters to keep the rebels at bay.

Maneuver Lord Vader’s TIE Advanced into position and prepare for launch.

Battle the Royal Guard in the throne room and then take on Palpatine himself!

Help Leia escape from the detention block and swing to safety with Luke across the chasm!

Will Obi-Wan shut down the tractor beam and help the rebels defeat the Empire?

Can you spot the Dianoga trash compactor monster?

Recreate other unforgettable scenes from the classic Star Wars films.

The perfect addition to any LEGO® Star Wars collection.

This set offers an age-appropriate building experience for ages 14 and over.

Measures over 16” (41cm) high, and 16” (42cm) wide.

All LEGO Star Wars Rogue One Sets Finally Revealed!

Following the reveal of two of LEGO Star Wars’ newest sets, now comes the release of more playsets and buildable figures that celebrates the anthology film, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. LEGO has now pulled off the veil from its much talked about (and leaked) Rogue One sets via its Facebook page. With a total of five sets based on Rogue One’s vehicles, and three buildable figures to boot, it is expected that these latest additions will hit store shelves by September 30 as part of Force Friday’s highlights. Click on the images below to have a closer look.


LEGO Star Wars Sergeant Jyn Erso Buildable Figure (75119)

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LEGO Star Wars K-2SO Buildable Figure (75120)

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LEGO Star Wars Imperial Death Trooper Buildable Figure (75121)

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LEGO Star Wars Imperial Assault Hovertank (75152)

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LEGO Star Wars AT-ST Walker (75153)

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LEGO Star Wars TIE Striker (75154)

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LEGO Star Wars Rebel U-Wing Fighter (75155)

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LEGO Star Wars Krennic’s Imperial Shuttle (75156)

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Two LEGO Star Wars Rogue One Sets Finally Revealed!

Earlier this month, LEGO Star Wars fans were in a frenzy once again when Amazon France listed the much talked about Rogue One sets including their official images. However, the LEGO Group was quick to shoot its laser blasters, having the listing and images removed from Amazon’s sites since it was quite premature to reveal them.

However, just a few hours ago, LEGO seems to have finally lifted the veil (aka embargo) on some of these Rogue One sets and has now been featured by USA Today in connection with Disney and Star Wars’ release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story to hit theaters December 16. Since the Amazon leak early this August, we already have an idea on how these LEGO Rogue One sets look like. Now that two of these have been officially released, we can be pretty sure that the rest will be unveiled by LEGO anytime soon.

Take a look at these first two offerings from the LEGO Star Wars Rogue one line:


Imperial Assault Hovertank 75152

This set comes in 385 pieces, including the awesome blind warrior Chirrut Imwe and two Imperial Hovertank Pilots. The LEGO Star Wars Imperial Assault Hovertank is expected to retail at $29.99.




Rebel U-Wing Fighter 75155

If you have seen the Rogue Trailer already, it’s difficult not to notice one of the Resistance’s major starships. As we can surmise from the trailer video, the Rebel U-Wing Fighter will probably make an appearance on certain key plot lines. It’s kind of cool for LEGO to include this in the roster of its Star Wars sets. Set 75155 comes in a total of 659 pieces, with five minifigures to boot: the space monkey Bistan,  Jyn Erso, Cassian Andor, a Rebel Trooper and U-Wing Pilot. The set is expected to retail at $69.99





We’ll keep you posted once the rest of the Rogue One sets are revealed, hopefully before September 30’s Force Friday event. What do you think about these? Are you excited to have them?

LEGO Star Wars Death Star 75159 Lands on the Page of the October LEGO Store Calendar.

After the “unofficial” unveiling of the LEGO Star Wars Death Star 75159 at the Arundel Mills LEGO Store in Maryland, the much talked-about UCS set now graces the cover of LEGO’s October Store Calendar. Found via Reddit, the said calendar states that the said rehash of the famed 2008 version of the LEGO Death Star will be exclusively available beginning September 30 at all LEGO brand stores and Here’s the full cover of the October Store Calendar followed by some of its highlights that we know as of the moment. We’ll update this page as soon as hi-res images are made available via LEGO servers.


October 1: Both the LEGO Star Wars Death Star (75159) and the LEGO Creator Winter Holiday Train (10254) will be available for purchase for the general public. These D2C sets will also be offered earlier to VIP members on September 15.

October 1-25: FREE Exclusive Holiday Countdown Calendar with purchases of $99 or more, while supplies last. Build and rebuild 24 new sets as you count down to the holidays.

October 1-31: For the whole of October, LEGO VIP members can enjoy double points for all purchases.

October 1-31: Join in the LEGO Nexo Knights Shield search and find, and earn exclusive power-ups to use in the app game.

October 4-5: The LEGO VIP Monthly Mini Model build is the Werewolf (40217). Registration starts on September 15.

October 14 & 28: Family Game Night at LEGO Brand Stores.

October 15: Exclusive VIP Building event for fans of LEGO Friends at all LEGO brand stores.


We’re still waiting for LEGO’s official press release about the LEGO Star Wars UCS Death Star 75159. It’s sure interesting on how The LEGO Group will describe this set. Stay tuned here at the Brick Show for more LEGO news and updates.

LEGO Mixels Will Come To An End In 2017.

It might be another piece of sad news for LEGO fans. After the recent curtain call for one of LEGO’s longest running original theme which is LEGO Bionicle, Brickset has reported that another of LEGO’s theme sets may also be axed by next year. According to Jordan Reichek, Supervising Producer for Cartoon Network, the LEGO and Cartoon Network collaboration will finally come to an end, with its last episode to premiere next month.



Though the conclusion of the Mixels TV show does not necessarily indicate or confirm that LEGO’s line of themed tribes will also be put to an end, it should be noted, however, that The LEGO Group has not offered any new series under the Mixels line after the debut of its Series 9 last February during the New York Toy Fair. Frankly speaking, the Mixels line was not as popular as compared to LEGO’s other themed sets. Perhaps due primarily to the fact that the TV series is viewed more like a comedy, slapstick kind of show, its corresponding LEGO sets were also viewed and treated similarly as a collection of weird brick-built oddities. I guess looking back, the Mixels line may have been welcomed differently by the LEGO community if they were given a different perspective or sort of ‘personality’.

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To be fair, LEGO Mixels are one of those collectible themes that offer great value for your money. Being a price friendly brick-built collectible, it offers plenty of unique pieces that kids and AFOLs may find pretty useful. I also find its complimentary website as a very helpful springboard in encouraging young builders to explore the limitless possibilities of coming up with his/her own unique builds and have it shared with the rest of the online community. Personally, I love the fun creativity of these sets which offers the most number of options for creating your own ‘Mix’ or ‘Murp’.

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Like any other LEGO themes that were put to an end, we hope that the LEGO Mixels will be replaced by another equally fun, and low-cost collectible sets. We’re certain that LEGO has something in store for us so we have to wait and see a little longer.

How do you feel about this news? Are you disappointed as well? Do you think it’s a good judgment call for LEGO to pull the plug on its Mixels line? Share us your thoughts in the comments section below, or join in the discussion via our Facebook page.

All Four Toys R’ Us Exclusive Minifigure Collection Pack Images

Earlier today we wrote about the coming TRU exclusive Musician Minifigure Collection. Now, we have images for all four of the collection thanks to CM4Sci.

Warrior Minifigure Collection Pack


Athletes Minifigure Collection Pack


Cops & Robbers Minifigure Collection Pack


Musicians Minifigure Collection Pack