Here’s another great reveal outside of this month’s Force Friday II euphoria. Toys R Us has recently listed for pre-order a pair of LEGO BrickHeadz sets to compliment the release of Warner Bros. next brick-built film, The LEGO Ninjago Movie. Adding to the roster of the largely popular BrickHeadz theme, are two of the film’s protagonist: the Green Ninja himself, Lloyd Garmadon, and his teacher Master Wu. Each set comes with an exclusively unique, printed baseplate that makes there BrickHeadz version highly collectible.
Let’s take a break for a while for all the hype and excitement surrounding LEGO Force Friday II, and let’s take a look at another impressive build brought to us by LEGO Ideas. As mentioned in the LEGO September Store Calendar, the LEGO Ideas Old Fishing Store (21310) is now available both in shop.LEGO.com and on Amazon.
Now that the veil has been officially lifted, the LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon (75192) is now on hyperdrive, making its presence felt all across LEGO Stores worldwide. Available for an early VIP access from September 14 to 30, and to the general public starting October 1st, LEGO Stores across the globe has flaunted this 7,541-piece set for everyone’s enjoyment. Here’s a few of its sightings as shared by fans across social media.
We still have a day to go before this year’s Force Friday II is officially concluded, and with all of its announced offers and freebies, it seems that LEGO has another promotional exclusive hidden under its sleeve. We’re not really sure if this is a last minute call from the part of TLG or is just a response to the fact that the Scarif Stormtrooper (40176) minifigure polybag is already not showing at shop.LEGO.com once you check out, nevertheless, this latest minifigure promotional may prove to be attractive to the most avid collector of LEGO Star Wars minifigures.