Summary of LEGO Products that Got the Spotlight at the New York Toy Fair

The American International aka New York Toy Fair 2019 ends on Tuesday, February 19. Until then, the world’s biggest toy manufacturers and brands are showing off their best and latest products at the Javits Center. LEGO of course is among them, and from the time the fair started last Saturday they have already shown much.

For the benefit of our readers here at The Brick Show, we’re going to do a recap of all the stuff that LEGO promoted at their booth and elsewhere at the NYTF over the weekend. These are all links to articles of ours that touched on the items in question, whether they were early reveals or from the event itself

  1. LEGO Architecture
  2. LEGO City
  3. LEGO Classic
  4. LEGO Creator
  5. LEGO Duplo
  6. LEGO Friends
  7. LEGO Hidden Side 
  8. LEGO Ideas
  9. LEGO Minifigures
  10. LEGO Movie 21, 2, 3, 4, 5
  11. LEGO Ninjago
  12. LEGO Speed Champions
  13. LEGO Technic


  1. LEGO Batman
  2. LEGO Disney
  3. LEGO Ideas
  4. LEGO Minecraft
  5. LEGO Overwatch
  6. LEGO SpiderMan
  7. LEGO Star Wars

Here’s A Compendium of 2019 LEGO Polybags To Watch Out For

For those of you following our blogsite and LEGO’s massive wave of new set reveals for 2019, you’re probably aware that a considerable portion of this includes a handful of interesting polybags coming from LEGO’s diverse themes. From The LEGO Movie 2 to LEGO City themes, these 2019 LEGO polybags are great finds in themselves if you happen to spot them in your local retail stores.

Most of these 2019 LEGO polybags are now available in Walmart and Target stores in the US, with some of it slated to be gift-with-purchase sets as part of LEGO’s promotional campaigns. Here’s a list of what LEGO has to offer for this half of the year. Of particular interest are those tie-in sets related to The LEGO Movie 2 such as the Mini Master-Building MetalBeard (30528), the LEGO City Popcorn Cart (30364) and a first for the LEGO Minecraft theme, a LEGO Minecraft Steve and Creeper Set (30393).

What 2019 LEGO polybag are you planning to grab this January? Share us your top pick in the comments below.


LEGO City Fire ATV (30361) – (available online at Walmart)


LEGO City Sky Police Jetpack (30362)


LEGO City Jet-Ski (30363)


LEGO City Popcorn Cart (30364)


LEGO Creator Fish Free Builds – Make It Yours (30545)


LEGO Creator Pelican (30571)


LEGO Creator Race Car (30572)


LEGO Creator Santa (30573)


LEGO Duplo My First Duck (30327)


LEGO Duplo Town Rescue (30328)


LEGO Friends Tulips (30408)


LEGO Friends Emma’s Bumper Cards (30409)


LEGO Marvel Superheroes Spider-Man’s Mini Spider Crawler (30451)


LEGO Minecraft Steve and Creeper Set (30393)


LEGO Ninjago Sam-X (30533)


LEGO Ninjago Ninja Workout (30534)


LEGO Ninjago Fire Flight (30535)


The LEGO Movie 2 Emmet’s ‘Piece’ Offering (30340) – (available online at Walmart)


The LEGO Movie 2 Rex’s Plantimal Ambush (30460)


The LEGO Movie 2 Lucy vs. Alien Invader (30527) – (available online at Walmart)


The LEGO Movie 2 Mini Master-Building MetalBeard (30528) – (available online at Walmart)


The LEGO Movie 2 Mini Master-Building Emmet (30529)


The LEGO Movie 2 Star-Stuck Emmet (30620)


LEGO xtra Sea Accessories (40341)

LEGO Introduces its First LEGO Minecraft Steve and Creeper (30393) Polybag

LEGO Minecraft is here to stay this 2019! And other than the introduction of new, larger buildable figures of Steve, Alex, and a Minecraft Skeleton, LEGO now introduces its very first LEGO Minecraft polybag with the Steve and Creeper (30393) polybag set. This particular polybag adds to the roster of other sets due to be released this year – particularly those coming from the LEGO City, LEGO Movie 2, and LEGO Marvel themes – whose building instructions were found online by Brickset.

This is a very welcomed gesture from LEGO since the Minecraft theme has been sorely lacking from polybags since its introduction 6 years ago. The LEGO Minecraft Steve and Creeper (30393) polybag features the typical Steve with a sword accessory, and a Creeper minifig, including a buildable TNT box. This simple build also comes with a play feature that allows builders to ‘launch’ the TNT by pushing a lever connected to a Technic pin. Like any other polybag set, this is also a great opportunity to have these two LEGO Minecraft minifigures added to your collection without breaking the bank. For your reference, here are the building instructions for this polybag.

Details are scant though as of this posting, regarding the availability of the LEGO Minecraft Steve and Creeper (30393) polybag, and my guess is that it may be a part of an upcoming promotional at LEGO stores and LEGO Shop@HOme. I’ll keep you posted as more info comes in. Be sure to check out as well the rest of this year’s LEGO Minecraft sets. Just click on the links below for more info at

Minecraft Steve BigFig with Parrot (21148)


Minecraft Alex BigFig with Chicken (21149)


Minecraft Skeleton BigFig with Magma Cube (21150)


The End Battle (21151)


Pirate Ship (21152)

2019 LEGO Minecraft Set Details Published Online

Other than previously reported rumors regarding buildable LEGO Minecraft figures said to be released next year, more information is now available regarding other LEGO Minecraft sets slated to debut in 2019. Yes, Minecraft is one licensed theme that LEGO is still pushing forward next year, and thanks to online retailer   Alternate, we now have an idea on what these 2019 LEGO Minecraft sets will be.

Though the Alternate website hasn’t released any images yet of these 2019 LEGO Minecraft sets, they’re listing included set descriptions of five of these sets. They’re originally in German so the following rough Google Translation may not be 100% accurate, however, it is enough to give us an idea on what to expect from them. It is interesting to note that the first three sets in the series refer to the buildable LEGO Minecraft “action figures” that can be posed in many different ways. The translated description also refers to these buildable figures as BigFigs, which I’m not really sure if this is what LEGO will call them in English. I’m thinking of something similar to this MOC created by LEGO Minecraft fan builder that goes by the name TheDudeWithACup back in 2011.

A fan-made, and highly articulated LEGO Minecraft Skeleton MOC.


Check out their translated descriptions below, with some minor editing as needed.

LEGO Minecraft Buildable Steve with Parrot (21148)

Pieces: 159; 14.99 Euros

This cool Minecraft model provide plenty of construction and fun – for example, this great, easy to build LEGO Minecraft action figure set “Minecraft – BigFig Steve with parrot”. Push the lever on Steve’s back to raise and lower his stone pickaxe. Grab your tame parrot and embark on a new Minecraft adventure. When you’re done, you can give Steve an epic pose, put him out on the base, and bring a touch of Minecraft magic to your room.

Buildable large LEGO Minecraft Steve action figure with articulated joints and mechanical right arm, as well as a buildable stone pickaxe and a Minecraft parrot. Every LEGO Minecraft BigFig character is equipped with an adjustment plate.


LEGO Minecraft Buildable Alex with Chicken (21149)

Pieces: 160; 14.99 Euros

This epic Minecraft models provide plenty of construction and fun – for example, this cool, easy to build LEGO Minecraft action figure set “Minecraft BigFig Alex with Chicken”. Push the lever down Alex’s back to lower the diamond sword, grab the chicken and jump into a new Minecraft adventure! When you’re done, give Alex a cool action pose, exhibit on the baseplate, and spice up your room in Minecraft style.

Buildable large LEGO Minecraft Alex action figure with articulated joints and mechanical left arm, as well as a buildable diamond sword and a Minecraft chicken. Every LEGO Minecraft BigFig character is equipped with an adjustment plate.


LEGO Minecraft Buildable Skeleton with Magma Cube (21150)

Pieces: 142; 14.99 Euros

The dynamic Minecraft models provide plenty of construction and fun – for example, this easy to build LEGO Minecraft action figure set “Minecraft BigFig Skeleton with Magma Cube”. Use the skeleton’s bow to fire arrows, poke his helmet up and down, and harass the upper world with the leaping magma cube. When you’re done, you can put this infamous creature in a scary pose and put it on the base plate so all your friends can admire it.

Buildable large LEGO Minecraft skeleton action figure with articulated joints, detachable helmet and Minecraft bow that shoots arrow elements. Also included in the kit is a magma cube to assemble. Every LEGO Minecraft BigFig character is equipped with an adjustment plate.


LEGO Minecraft The Last Battle (21151)

Pieces: 222; 19.99 Euros

Watch your cool new Dragonhunter armor, grab the Ender Pearl, potion and enchanted bow, make an epic journey to the end and get ready for the ultimate Minecraft battle. Defeat the flying dragon’s fireballs, defeat the Enderman, destroy the Ender Crystal, and defeat the Ender Dragon to claim victory in the final battle! Use the included code to unlock a dragon hunter skin in the Minecraft Bedrock Edition of the online game.

The set includes a Dragonhunter minifigure, as well as a Ender Dragon and Enderman figure. This Minecraft toy includes an endangered dragon toy with an Enderman figure and a Minecraft Ender portal with an obsidian pillar and a pop-up Ender crystal. The equipment includes an enchanted bow. The accessories include an Ender Pearl  and a Potion. Also includes a code to unlock a LEGO Dragon Hunter Skins in the Minecraft Bedrock Edition online game.


LEGO Minecraft The Pirate Ship Adventure (21152)

Pieces: 386; 49.99 Euros

Ahoy, sailor! Check out our new, cool Minecraft pirate skin and join Alex in exciting pirate adventures on a Minecraft skull island. Build an awesome pirate ship with gold decorations, pirate flag, catwalk, cannon and even a cute parrot. Load the ship’s cannons and help protect the turtle and its eggs from the roaming zombie. Then grab a map and compass, jump aboard the rowing boat and look for a nice fishing spot – or maybe the friendly dolphin will lead you to a sunken treasure? And if you need a change, you can easily turn this modular set into a great tropical pirate camp.

The set includes 2 minifigures: a pirate and Alex, as well as a Minecraft zombie and one each dolphin, parrot and turtle figure of Minecraft. The set also includes a buildable Minecraft island scene and a toy pirate ship with functioning cannons, golden ornaments, pirate flag, jetty and rowboat. The equipment includes a sword. The accessories include a map, TNT, a fire element base, 2 shovels, a chest, a treasure, a pirate flag, a water bottle, a torch, and a compass.

Rumor Time: Are We to See LEGO Minecraft Buildable Figures in 2019?

There are probably not a lot of franchises licensed by LEGO to make products of, that does well with a “building and construction” theme all on its own. One of those rare properties is the iconic sandbox game Minecraft by Mojang and Microsoft Studios, which does feature lots of building.

Aside from the conventional play sets, LEGO has also fiddled with buildable Minecraft figures in its BrickHeadz line, particularly the latest Steve and Creeper (41612) dual pack. But apparently LEGO is planning more. That’s what this latest rumor courtesy of Brick Fanatics says: a lineup of new LEGO Minecraft buildable figures is set to arrive in 2019.

No specific details have been revealed of course, but speculation has it that this new range of LEGO Minecraft buildable figures will boast a hybrid building system taking elements from “Constraction” sets and System pieces. The resulting figures are said to stand about six feet inches tall.

The LEGO Minecraft line started in 2012, growing out of a fiercely supported submission on LEGO Ideas: Minecraft Micro World (21102) based on an idea by Mojang themselves. The line has grown since then, thanks naturally to the perfect sync of sorts between the two brands’ building and construction themes.

As always, we would like to remind our readers that any news featured on The Brick Show that is flat-out indicated as a rumor, will stay that way until The LEGO Group makes an official announcement about it. For now, if you’re a Minecraft aficionado and haven’t picked up the LEGO BrickHeadz Steve and Creeper (41612) yet, be sure to check it out at

LEGO Reveals More Than A Hundred New Sets for 2018’s Holiday Season

LEGO is wise to announce its offerings for the 2nd half of 2018 as early as summer, because we really have to buffer our wallets again this time.

Alongside the official press release of the LEGO Powered Up System of Play, now comes another announcement from The LEGO Group that gives a full reveal of more than a hundred LEGO sets covering almost all of LEGO’s existing themes and licenses to be offered starting August of this year.

I’m particularly excited about the announcement of the LEGO CMF Series 19 which LEGO promises to release this year. There is virtually no information yet about what Series 19 will be all about, but I do hope it will be exciting as well. I’m a bit a disappointed that there is still no mention of the much awaited LEGO Ideas Voltron set so I guess we have to be extra patient again.

Read on for the full press release.

LEGO Systems, Inc. Unveils 100+ New Building Sets for 2018 Holiday Season

– Kids Can Build Popular Properties Such as Harry Potter™, Fantastic Beasts™, Star Wars™, Powerpuff Girls™ and Unikitty!™ To Life –

NEW YORK (May 17, 2018) – Building upon announcements made earlier this year at American International Toy Fair, LEGO Systems, Inc. today unveils more than 100 additional new LEGO® building sets that will top the holiday wish lists of children of all ages. In a related announcement, the company also released further details regarding its portfolio of connected toys that merge digital and physical play.

“We continue our year-long celebration of the 60th anniversary of the LEGO brick with a portfolio that reflects the timeless versatility of LEGO play. From classic, instruction-free building sets to life-like recreations of real-world vehicles, we aim to inspire more children to become builders while surprising and delighting the millions who already are building,” said Michael McNally, senior director of brand relations, LEGO Systems, Inc. “As we gear up for the 2018 holiday season, we’ve added more opportunities for creative building and we are excited to reveal new sets based on beloved characters from both the small and large screens.”

Younger Builders

New LEGO DUPLO® Mickey’s Boat and Minnie’s Birthday Party sets, with bricks twice the size of standard LEGO bricks, introduces children as young as two to building with beloved friends.

LEGO Juniors, which introduces young builders to classic LEGO building with larger modular pieces, will inspire builders ages 4+ with sets based on the immersive worlds of LEGO City, LEGO Friends, and DisneyPixar’s Incredibles 2.

Nostalgic and Themed Building

Instructions-free creative building evolves with LEGO Classic Bricks Bricks Bricks. Five new 3-in-1 models from LEGO Creator offer hours of building and rebuilding fun, including Modular Sweet Surprises and Mobile Stunt Show. Advanced builders interested in creating authentic, functional models will enjoy the challenge of four new LEGO Technic sets, including 2-in-1 models in Heavy Duty Forklift and Volvo Concept Wheel Loader ZEUX.


LEGO City explores everyday, real-life heroes and towns with sets such as LEGO City Hospital and People Pack – Outdoor Adventures, and a new sub-theme, Arctic Expedition, introduces seven new sets for cool build-and-role-play fun.

LEGO Friends revs creative engines with five new LEGO Friends Racing themed sets, including Drifting Diner and The Big Race Day. Additional sets based on the lives and adventures of five girls in Heartlake City will be available in August. The Friendship Box set offers an “IRL” build-and-play experience where builders create brick-based, life-sized gadgets to play with, such as a microphone and camera.


LEGO NINJAGO® brings The LEGO NINJAGO Movie™ to the playroom with the massive 3,553-piece NINJAGO City Docks set, as well as seven additional sets based on the latest season of NINJAGO: Masters of Spinjitzu airing on Cartoon Network. New NINJAGO Dragon Master action toys launch the ninja to new heights.

Builders can explore the mythological world of LEGO Elves with two new sets as Emily Jones continues her quest to rescue new mythical guardian creatures from the evil Noctura and her bats.

Collectibles LEGO Minifigures allow fans to collect never-before-seen minifigures from a mystery bagged series, each including one figure. In celebration of the 40th Birthday of the LEGO Minifigure, Series 18 – Party Series includes 17 costumed characters, such as Dragon Suit Guy and Cat Costume Girl, as well as a replica of one of the original minifigures – the 1978 LEGO Police Officer. Later this year, Series 19 will launch, but details have not yet been announced.

Collectible LEGO BrickHeadz offer LEGO versions of iconic characters with additional new sets, some sold individually and some in duo packs. Based on popular properties and films, upcoming BrickHeadz construction sets include characters from Avengers: Infinity War, SOLO: A Star Wars Story, Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles 2, Universal’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Harry Potter™, Universal’s Back to the Future and DC. There will be a rolling launch of even more BrickHeadz through the end of the year.


LEGO Architecture returns with a new sets to celebrate the world’s most iconic buildings and landmarks including the Great Wall of China and the Statue of Liberty–a 17″-tall brick-built tribute packed with detail.

Licensed Building LEGO The Powerpuff Girls™ debuts with two building sets based on Cartoon Network’s animated series, featuring the action-packed adventures of Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup in LEGO form.

LEGO Minecraft™ returns with three new sets bringing the virtual creative building experience to life in physical form through LEGO play. Each set features favorite characters and biomes.

LEGO Brand x Warner Bros. Consumer Products

LEGO Unikitty!™, the beloved unicorn cat princess from the Warner Bros. film, The LEGO® Movie, now has her own animated series, Unikitty!™, produced by Warner Bros. Annimation and currently airing on Cartoon Network, featuring Princess Unikitty and her little brother and best friend Puppycorn™ and a colorful cast of brand-new friends. Five new building sets and a series of mystery bag collectibles launch in August, enabling children to recreate favorite stories and build Unikitty and Puppycorn in all of their expressive forms.


The Wizarding World™ comes to life in LEGO brick form in two themes. Five LEGO Harry Potter™ sets, including Hogwarts Express, Whomping Willow and Quidditch Match recreate moments from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Two LEGO Fantastic Beasts™ sets will feature characters and scenes from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and the upcoming film, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, such as the previously announced Grindelwald’s Escape. Two more sets will be revealed later this year, but details have not yet been announced.

Three new DC Comics™ Super Heroes sets explore the adventures of Batman™, including Batman™: Brother Eye™ Takedown.

LEGO Brand and Disney Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products

Two new LEGO Disney™ sets explore the scenes and stories of Rapunzel from Disney Tangled: The Series.

LEGO Star Wars™ building sets explore the characters, vehicles and scenes from across the Star Wars galaxy, including the latest films SOLO: A Star Wars Story and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, as well as various other episodes of the Star Wars film series. Fans can also create two new buildable figures of Han Solo™ and a Range Trooper™.

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Disney Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products is the business segment of The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) that brings the magic of Disney’s stories, characters and franchises into the daily lives of families and fans around the world to create memories that last a lifetime. The company’s iconic travel and leisure businesses include six resort destinations in the United States, Europe, and Asia; a top-rated cruise line; a luxurious family beach resort in Hawaii; a popular vacation ownership program; and an award-winning guided family adventure business. Disney’s global consumer products operations include the world’s leading licensing business; the world’s largest children’s print publisher; Disney Store locations around the world; and the shopDisney e-commerce platform. These experiences are created by Walt Disney Imagineering, the innovative force responsible for overseeing the segment’s world-class products and experiences — from immersive lands to interactive toys, and everything in between.

LEGO Minecraft Summer 2018 Official Set Images Released

It looks like the LEGO Minecraft theme is still going strong with The LEGO Group officially announcing the release of three additional Minecraft sets for this year. These sets are scheduled to be on shelves starting August 1 and will also be available via For the rest of this year’s LEGO Minecraft sets, you may check them out right here.


The Skull Arena (21145)

198 pieces; $19.99 USD


The Skeleton Attack (21146)

457 pieces; $39.99 USD


The Bedrock Adventures (21147)

644 pieces; $89.99 USD

Check Out These 10 LEGO Easter Treats Under $20

Easter is just around the corner, and with roughly three weeks to go before that much awaited Easter Egg Hunt, why not take some time and check out these 10 suggested LEGO sets all under $20 to fill up that basket of LEGO goodies. Now cheaper doesn’t necessarily mean that these sets are ought to be desired less, especially considering the relative advantage that these sets have in terms of price per piece ratio. In any case, LEGO is LEGO and the timeless appeal of a any LEGO set is sure enough to bring out those warm Easter smiles. So, if you haven’t finalized yet your LEGO Easter Basket, then why not take a few minutes to go over this list. Just click on the links below and see more of these sets via Amazon.

LEGO Technic WHACK! (42072) – 135 pieces; $15.99


LEGO Ninjago Movie Piranha Attack (70629)217 pieces; $16.39

LEGO Friends Andrea’s Park Performance (41334) – 229 pieces; $18.39


LEGO Classic Bricks and Gears (10712) – 244 pieces; $15.99


LEGO City Police Wild River Escape (60176) – 126 pieces; $15.99


LEGO Minecraft The Chicken Coop (21140) – 198 pieces; $15.99


LEGO Juniors Zane’s Ninja Boat Pursuit (10755) – 131 pieces; $15.99


LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz Rey (41602) and Kylo Ren (41603) – 249 pieces; $17.15


LEGO City Mountain Fugitives (60171) – 88 pieces; $8.79


LEGO Creator Mythical Creatures (31073) – 223 pieces; $11.99



Do you have any LEGO set in mind that you want to see in your LEGO Easter basket? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Here Are Some Great LEGO Star Wars and Minecraft Deals Over at Amazon.

It has only been weeks since the release of some of LEGO’s 2018 sets, but we are already seeing some of them on sale at Amazon. If you haven’t ticked off that particular LEGO set in your wishlist, then you might be glad to know that this might be the best time to purchase them. Most of these are from this year’s first wave of Minecraft and Star Wars sets, and a few from last year that are of special mentions because of their steep price cuts. Just click on the links below to head over at Amazon. By purchasing via our site, you are doing us a great favor of helping us keep our site up and running.

LEGO Star Wars

First Order Specialists Battle Pack (75197) Before: $14.99; Now: $11.99
Tatooine Battle Pack (75198) Before: $14.99; Now: $11.99
General Grievous’ Combat Speeder (75199) Before: $29.99; Now: $23.99
First Order AT-ST (75201) Before: $39.99; Now: $31.99
Defense of Crait (75202) Before: $84.99; Now: $67.99
Y-Wing Starfighter (75172) Before: $59.99; Now: $41.75
Republic Fighter Tank (75182) Before: $24.99; Now: $20.00
Darth Vader Transformation (75183) Before: $24.99; Now: $22.19
Rebel U-Wing Fighter (75155) Before: $79.99; Now: $55.99

LEGO Minecraft

Melon Farm (21138) Before: $14.99; Now: $11.99
Zombie Cave (21141) Before: $19.99; Now: $15.99
The Polar Igloo (21142) Before: $29.99; Now: $23.99
Nether Portal (21143) Before: $39.99 Now: $31.99
The Farm Cottage (21144) Before: $49.99; Now: $39.99

Here are some special mentions with regards to their price discounts.

LEGO Ninjago Movie

Lightning Jet (70614) Before: $59.99; Now: $47.99
Quake Mech (70632) Before: $89.99; Now: $59.99

LEGO Batman Movie


The Riddler Riddle Racer (70903) Before: $29.99; Now: $15.99
The Scuttler (70908) Before: $79.99; Now: $65.99
Notorious Lowrider (70906) Before: $49.99; Now: $37.00

LEGO DC Comics Superheroes

Batman: Killer Croc Sewer Smash (76055) Before: $79.99; Now: $42.63

2018 LEGO Minecraft Official Images Now Up!

More Minecraft madness is on its way courtesy of LEGO via The Brick Fan. They do seem to enjoy releasing these new sets in waves. A new series of these will be making their way to the stores starting January of next year. All of these new sets are really awesome replicas of certain locations in the Minecraft world, with plenty of shout-outs galore.


Whether you enjoyed playing the Minecraft series for letting you grow those nifty watermelon blocks, or raise chickens for their eggs, or explore a cave full of zombies or the netherworld, or simply getting to hang out at your own cottage, one or all of the coming LEGO Minecraft sets will be the answer to your wants.

The Melon Farm (21138)

The Nether Fight (21139)

The Chicken Coop (21140)

The Zombie Cave (21141)

The Polar Igloo (21142)

The Nether Portal (21143)

The Farm Cottage (21144)

Not much info aside from the set number, name and release date, but it will do for now. Thanks to the