If you’re no stranger to LEGO-compatible collectible minifigures, then it’s most likely that you have come across the name and brand, OYO Sports. Similar to LEGO CMFs, OYO Sports, as the name suggests, produces LEGO compatible minifigs that showcases the most famous names in sports. The appeal behind the OYO brand lies in their extensive and exclusive tie-ups with major sports leagues such as the Major League Baseball. And one particular name that has gradually risen to the top of the ranks to earn his own commemorative OYO minifigure is Los Angeles Angels’ Japanese superstar, Shohei Ohtani. Though recent news about his elbow injury has left many fans of the sport in a state of disbelief, we sincerely hope that he will recover soon as fans will surely wait for his return to the ball field.
After the reveal of the latest LEGO BrickHeadz Ariel & Ursula (41623) dual-set, we now have official confirmation on the next Disney-inspired set to watch out for this August. The LEGO US Catalog for the 2nd half of 2018 is now available online and with it, comes a teaser for the LEGO BrickHeadz Mickey (41624) and Minnie Mouse (41625).
Go online and when you do a search – or ask questions – about IKEA, then aside from actual information you’re bound to run into a lot of jokes about the Swedish-founded but Netherlands-based manufacturing company that specializes in ready-to-assemble furniture. There’s surprisingly so much to make fun about their primary products.
LEGO has rolled out its store calendar for July and it looks like we’re about to have an awesome summer ahead. Other than the usual freebies and gift-with-purchase items for this month, LEGO is also getting ready for other big events lined up for July such as the annual San Diego Comic Con. And rumor has it that next month’s VIP exclusives will saw the arrival of one of the most carefully guarded sets that AFOLs are so eagerly waiting for in a very a long time (myself included). Let’s take a quick look of what the LEGO Store July 2018 Calendar has to offer. You can also find a PDF version of this right here.
In the UK’s LEGOLAND theme park at Windsor, the excitement has finally died down following the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the nearby namesake castle. LEGOLAND Windsor’s brick tribute will be remaining on display for some time yet, but there are other occasions to prepare for.