LEGO Ideas My LEGO Totoro Product Idea Achieves 10K Support

After seeing the Jazz Quartet reached its 10K milestone, another product idea reaches the inner circle of the LEGO Ideas Review Stage. Coming from a LEGO fan builder that has one of his LEGO Ideas entries already approved for production, we now have another potential LEGO set in the form of the LEGO Ideas My Totoro product idea.

LEGO Ideas My LEGO Totoro

Designed by legotruman, the LEGO Ideas My LEGO Totoro is his next creation to get the thumbs-up approval of fans following his approved LEGO Ideas Vincent van Gogh The Starry Night. This next entry features Studio Ghibli’s iconic character based on the anime movie My Neighbor Totoro. The set features a brick-built version of Totoro, a smaller blue version of him, and minifigure versions of sisters Satsuki and Mei. But makes this set stand out other than Totoro is the inclusion of the famous Cat Bus.

The front side of the bus features a well-sculpted cat face and comes with a removable rooftop that reveals spacious bus seats. The bus also comes with six pairs of legs and a sizeable beaver-like tail.

LEGO Ideas My LEGO Totoro

Here’s how legotruman describes his LEGO Ideas My LEGO Totoro.

This is my dream Lego set!
Ever since I was a kid and watched “My Neighbor Totoro”  for the first time, I wanted Lego to make a set with Totoro and Cat Bus.
I believe a lot of Lego fans share the same dream 🙂
With this project, I want to make our dream come true!
If you like my design and want to make LEGO Totoro real,
Please support the project by pressing the blue “Support” button above,
Voting is 100% free.
Sharing the project with your friends and on social media would be a great help too!
Features :
LEGO Totoro
  • To match the original animation, Lego Totoro is scaled to about twice the height of the Satsuki minifigure.
  • The whiskers are made of lego wolverine’s claws 🙂
  • The chest pattern is formed with lego parts instead of printed pieces.
  • I also used a smooth finishing surface to make it look cuter and more like the animation.
– Part count: 116
Cat Bus
  • Each leg is posable, so your Lego Cat Bus can run and jump as you like!
  • The left side of the main body has a loose part. You can easily switch the parts to give Cat Bus an open ‘door’, just like in the anime.
  • The roof is removable so you can easily access the interior, and put minifigures inside for a ride!
  • The top red panel displaying the destination is a 1×4 brick, multiple Kanji options can be included for changing the target station.
– Part Count: 718
The set also includes
  • Satsuki and Mei Lego minifigures, with an umbrella to recreate the iconic “raining bus station” scene (See the image above XD)
  • Blue Totoro
  • The Bus station, with accurate Kanji print to match the original animation. 
– Total parts: 869
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Lego Totoro is a dream,
If you also want to see Lego Totoro become a real set,
Press the ‘Support’ button above!
Sharing this page with your friends and on Social media (Twitter/ Facebook/ Instagram) would be a great help too!
Let’s make Lego Totoro Official together!
Thank you
Cheers from a fellow Lego fan!
LEGO Ideas My LEGO Totoro
LEGO Ideas My LEGO Totoro joins 28 other projects to qualify for the First 2021 LEGO Ideas Review Stage which is expected to begin late this March or early April.

ICYMI: More LEGO Licensed Sets Expected for H2 2021

LEGO Shop@Home has already updated its servers to include its upcoming licensed sets coming from some of its most popular titles. And while we can expect more LEGO Star Wars, Marvel and Minecraft sets this March, LEGO is already gearing up for its next wave of sets slated for the latter half of this year. In case you missed it, here’s what we know so far about the LEGO licensed sets expected for the second half of this year or H2 2021.

Just a disclaimer – this listing is based on several trusted sources from the LEGO fan community, and eventually compiled by Pricevortex. And though Pricevortex’s predictions are almost 100% correct most of the time, we should always take these things with a grain of salt. Let’s take a look.

LEGO Star Wars H2 2021
The Republic Gunship from Star Wars
  • 75303 Unnamed LEGO Star Wars UCS set (??? pieces; €199.99)
  • 75304 Darth Vader Helmet (834 pieces; €69.99)
  • 75305 Scout Trooper Helmet (471 pieces; €49.99)
  • 75306 Imperial Probe Droid (683 pieces; €69.99)
  • 75307 Star Wars Advent Calendar 2021 (??? pieces; €34.99)
  • 75308 UCS R2-D2 (??? pieces; €199.99)
  • 75309 UCS Republic Gunship (??? pieces; €349.99)
  • 75310 Mandalorian Throne and Vault (147 pieces; €19.99)
  • 75311 Imperial Troop Transport (478 pieces; €39.99)
  • 75312 Slave 1 (592 pieces; €49.99)
  • 75313 UCS AT-AT (??? pieces; €799.99)
  • 75314 The Bad Batch Shuttle (969 pieces; €99.99)
  • 75315 Moff Gideon’s Cruiser (??? pieces; €159.99)
  • 75316 Mandalorian Fighter (??? pieces; €59.99)
  • 75319 Unnamed LEGO Star Wars Set (??? pieces; €29.99)
  • 75369 Darth Vader’s Meditation Chamber
  • 40451 Tatooine Homestead Gift-With-Purchase (GWP) set
LEGO Harry Potter H2 2021
The village of Hogsmeade from Harry Potter.
  • 76386 Moaning Myrtle’s Bathroom (217 pieces; €19.99)
  • 76387 Hogwart’s Extension (397 pieces; €39.99)
  • 76388 Hogsmeade (851 pieces; €79.99)
  • 75389 Hogwarts Great Hall (1,176 pieces; €129.99)
  • 76390 Harry Potter Advent Calendar (274 pieces; €39.99)
  • 76391 Unnamed LEGO Harry Potter set (??? pieces; €249.99) 
  • 76392 Unnamed LEGO Harry Potter set (??? pieces; €59.99)
  • 76393 Unnamed LEGO Harry Potter set (??? pieces; €119.99)
  • 76394 Unnamed LEGO Harry Potter set (??? pieces; €39.99)
  • 76395 Unnamed LEGO Harry Potter set (??? pieces; €29.99)
LEGO Minecraft H2 2021
Minecraft The Ruined Portal
  • 21171 The Horse Stable (241 pieces; €????)
  • 21172 The Ruined Portal (316 pieces; €????)
  • 21173 The Sky Tower (565 pieces; €????)
  • 21174 The Modern Tree-House (909 pieces; €????)
  • 21176 The Jungle’s Abomination (489 pieces; €????)

Since some of these next LEGO licensed sets are expected to arrive in stores as early as June, it’s most likely that LEGO will make their official announcements about these sets in late March or early June. I’ll keep you posted once more info goes out.

LEGO Ideas Second 2020 Review Stage Results Are Finally In

The LEGO Ideas Review Board has finally released the results for its LEGO Ideas Second 2020 Review Results, including a final decision on a project that took a considerable amount of time to be evaluated. These sets were chosen as the next official LEGO Ideas sets among a record-breaking 35 product ideas submitted between May to September of 2020. These proposals managed to get the support of more than 10,000 LEGO fans who wished to see them translated into an actual LEGO product.

The announcement came earlier today through LEGO Engagement Manager Hasan Jansen and LEGO Associate Marketing Manager Piangward Kate Jarupakorn. You can watch their full announcement right here.

First off, among 35 fan submissions evaluated during the LEGO Ideas Second 2020 Review Stage, the honor of being the next official LEGO set has been awarded to Truman Cheng’s (aka legotruman) brick rendition of a timeless masterpiece – Vincent van Gogh: The Starry Night. 

It will be interesting to see how this classic painting will be translated into LEGO bricks especially considering that LEGO has now introduced its LEGO Art series. However, considering that the building techniques employed by Truman in his approved fan submission do not utilize the same kind of pixelated style of the LEGO Arts series, then it will be interesting to see how the LEGO Ideas design team will eventually finalize it as a set. I hope that they will stay true to the concept and building techniques seen in the original submission.

Just a side note – though I’m happy that The Starry Night eventually received a thumb’s up from the review board, I can’t help but wonder why none of the other 34 entries were selected. Like what other LEGO fans have noted, there are other 10K qualifiers in this roster that is quite popular among fans for references to pop culture icons. It will be nice to see for example an official LEGO set for Nintendo’s Animal Crossing considering its playability and appeal to adult and younger LEGO fans alike, or perhaps a set dedicated to the Greendale Community College based on 2009’s hit series Community. I’m sure that there are other worthy candidates from this pool of 35 submissions, and it’s a bit disappointing to see that only 1 was ultimately selected. Perhaps the LEGO Ideas Review Board needs to cut some corners considering the sheer number of approved projects still in development? I really don’t know, so it will be nice if the review team will provide more details on their decision.

But if there is any consolation that the LEGO Ideas Second 2020 Review Stage has to offer to LEGO fans, is the fact that the Blue Blur is back and just in time for his 30th birthday. We first saw his official minifig in the now-discontinued LEGO Dimensions Sonic the Hedgehog Level Pack (71244) from 2016. And just in case you missed out on him, having an official LEGO Ideas Sonic Mania: Green Hill Zone set along with other iconic characters of the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise is certainly most welcomed. I missed out on the first LEGO Sonic minifigure, and I will certainly not miss my next opportunity to get this one.

The conclusion of the LEGO Ideas Second 2020 Review Stage now brings a total of 7 approved projects currently in development:

And while waiting for these approved projects to roll out in LEGO stores shortly, the LEGO Ideas review team already has its hands full for the Third 2020 review cycle with its total of 25 qualifying entries.

So what do you think of the outcome of LEGO Ideas Second 2020 Review Stage? Are you happy with the results? Let me know what you think in the comments below.

LEGO Disney Raya and the Last Dragon Sets Officially Announced

LEGO and Disney now introduce their latest tie-in sets in time for the debut of the latter’s next animated film. These LEGO Disney Raya and the Last Dragon sets to celebrate the upcoming release of the film via Disney+ on March 5th. These sets let you travel to the fantasy world of Kumandra where humans and dragons have learned to co-exist in peace. However, things have changed and this time Raya (voiced by Kelly Marie Tan), must find the sole remaining dragon to stop the monsters named Druun from devastating their kingdom. In case you missed it, here’s the official trailer.

The movie in itself is promising, and the LEGO Disney Raya and the Last Dragon sets do not disappoint. From the get-go, you’ll notice from these official images that these sets are a sort of mix between LEGO Friends and now retired LEGO Elves.  If you recall, we already published a collection of images last month coming from this LEGO Disney subtheme. But these more recent images give us a closer look at the intricate details and new LEGO elements that are included in this trio. They’re not yet listed over at LEGO Shop@Home as of this posting, but we can expect them to be out there soon before their release date on March 1st. I’ll update this post once their respective LEGO affiliate links are already available.

Raya and the Heart Palace (43181)

610 pieces | $79.99 | Figures include: Raya, Namaari, Tuk Tuk and Serlot

LEGO Disney Raya and the Last Dragon

 

Raya and Sisu Dragon (43184)

216 pieces | $29.99 | Includes a Raya minidoll and a buildable Sisu Dragon figure | This set may also be attached to set 43181

LEGO Disney Raya and the Last Dragon

 

Boun’s Boat (43185)

247 pieces | $29.99 | Includes Uka, Pan, Dyan, Boun, and Sisu Human figures 

LEGO Disney Raya and the Last Dragon

ICYMI: Here Are Some of the LEGO Star Wars 2021 Sets Slated for March

Back in October last year, we published an exhaustive list of LEGO 2021 sets that are expected to be available sometime in the first quarter of this year. And this time around, just in case you missed it, Brickset has updated its database to now include three upcoming LEGO Star Wars 2021 sets slated for a March release.

Additionally, Hoth Bricks have also mentioned that some online third-party retailers, particularly Bulgarian online store Comsed, has begun publishing some of these LEGO Star Wars 2021 sets but later removed the listing from their shopping portal.

Here’s a quick look at three of these LSW offerings.

LEGO Star Wars 4+ Resistance X-wing Starfighter (75297)

60 pieces | $19.99  

LEGO Star Wars 2021

LEGO Star Wars 2021 LEGO Star Wars 2021

 

LEGO Star Wars Tauntaun vs. AT-AT Microfighters (75298)

205 pieces | $19.99

LEGO Star Wars 2021

 

LEGO Star Wars Imperial Shuttle (75302)

660 pieces | $79.99 

LEGO Star Wars 2021 LEGO Star Wars 2021

 

These LEGO Star Wars 2021 sets are still yet to appear over at LEGO Shop@Home, but seeing them being posted early by other retailers is an indication that we might get to officially see them any time soon. I am also looking forward to seeing this year’s LEGO Star Wars UCS set (75303) and another LEGO Star Wars Mandalorian set (75299) that are rumored to be released in the first half of this year. I’ll be updating this post once more information comes in.

So what do you think of this initial offering? Share what you think in the comments below.

LEGO Disney Raya and the Last Dragon Sets Revealed

Walt Disney Animation Studios’ next original film following 2016’s Moana is now confirmed to have its collection of LEGO Disney sets. Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon is slated to be released in March 2021 via Disney+, and LEGO will be throwing in a triad of tie-in sets to celebrate its upcoming release without giving away major spoilers.

And thanks to online retailer Learning Express Gifts, we now have a glimpse of what to expect from this next wave of LEGO Disney sets. In case you missed it, here’s the official teaser trailer for this next Asian-inspired animated film.

Though the LEGO Disney Raya and the Last Dragon sets are not yet listed over at  LEGO Shop@Home it looks like we will be seeing them soon, considering that they began to roll out already via third-party retailers. Here’s a look at what these new LEGO Disney sets have to offer.  I’ll update this post once LEGO publishes them on their online shopping portal.

Raya and the Heart Palace (43181)

610 pieces | $79.99  

Raya and the Last Dragon

• Surprise a great kid with this different and unique LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and the Heart Palace (43181) set. Packed with features and accessories, this fun set inspires imaginative role play.• This set, based on the new movie Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, has a palace with 6 rooms and 2 towers, Raya and Namaari mini-doll figures, plus Tuk Tuk and Namaari’s Serlot LEGO® figures.• The palace has a revolving wall with a secret room, a large treasure chest, and opening central and side towers. Combine with the LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and Sisu Dragon (43184) set for a real wow factor.• Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon fans will adore this buildable toy with its details and fun accessories. The functions and story starters help make this a great on-trend gift for children aged 7+

 

Raya and Sisu Dragon (43184)

216 pieces | $29.99  

Raya and the Last Dragon

• Spark a child’s creativity with this exciting LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and Sisu Dragon (43184) set. Packed with features and accessories, this fun set inspires imaginative role play.• This set, based on the new movie Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, includes a palace gate, waterfall, and accessories, plus a Raya mini-doll figure and a Sisu Dragon LEGO® figure.• The palace gate has a secret room to hold a small box with a diamond and a waterfall that opens up. Combine with the LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and the Heart Palace (43181) set to expand the fun.• Fans of Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon will adore this set with its many details and fun accessories. The functions and story starters make this a great any-day reward for children aged 6 and up.• Beautiful, posable dragon Sisu stands over 9 in. (24 cm) tall and is designed to be built and played with again and again in all sorts of adventures.

 

Boun’s Boat (43185)

247 pieces | $49.99

Raya and the Last Dragon

• Inspire a Disney fan’s imagination with this exciting LEGO® ǀ Disney Boun’s Boat (43185) set. Packed with features and accessories, this fun set sparks creative role play.• This set, based on the new movie Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, includes a large shrimp boat, a smaller boat, and a dock area, plus Sisu Human and Boun mini-doll figures and 3 Ongi LEGO® figures.• This set offers 3 builds to set kids’ imaginations free and makes a great addition to any other LEGO® ǀ Disney Raya and the Last Dragon-related sets that a child might have to expand play.• A perfect reward gift for boys and girls aged 6+. Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon fans will adore this set with its clever buildable models that encourage imaginative role-play options.• Full of premium details, Boun’s boat measures over 5 in. (13 cm) high, 11 in. (28 cm) long and 3 in. (8 cm) wide and is designed to spark the imagination as it’s built and played with again and again.

A Sneak Peek at the Upcoming LEGO Marvel Superheroes Eternals Sets

After so many film rescheduling brought about by this pandemic, it seems that Disney and LEGO will be finally rolling out its theatrical and tie-in releases of its much-awaited MCU’s Eternals. And thanks to LEGO Canada’s paper catalog, we can now have a sneak peek at what’s in store for the upcoming LEGO Marvel Superheroes Eternals.

The reveal came by way of Brickset’s post, offering us a closer look at four sets under this subtheme. The catalog images themselves may provide some considerable amount of spoilers, so if you don’t mind going through such details ahead of seeing the film, then I guess it’s alright for you to go ahead. I’ve also reposted the descriptions included in these sets for better context.

The MCU’s Eternals is slated to arrive in theaters in November, so hopefully, we’re looking at a summer release for this wave of LEGO Marvel Superheroes Eternals sets.  In the meantime, be sure to check out the first wave of 2021 LEGO Marvel sets.

Eternal’s Aerial Assault (76145)

133 pieces | $9.99 | Minifigures include Sprite and Ikaris 

 

Deviant Ambush! (76154)

197 pieces | $19.99 | Minifigures include Thena, Makkari, and an exclusive Gilgamesh minifig

LEGO Marvel Superheroes Eternals

Thena, Gilgamesh, and Makkari are under attack from a 6-legged, biting Deviant! The 3 Eternals have amazing powers – Thena can summon weapons, Gilgamesh has super-strength and Makkari runs faster than the speed of sound. Will they overcome the evil Deviant? Only you can decide. Plus… if you collect The Eternals LEGO minifigures, this awesome playset is the only one to feature Gilgamesh!

 

In Arishem’s Shadow (76155)

693 pieces | $59.99 | Minifigures include Ajak, Kingo, Ikaris, and Sersi

When Sersi, Ikaris, Kingo, and Ajak take on an evil Deviant, anything can happen! Sersi transforms matter into… anything, Ikaris has superhuman strength, Kingo fires energy, and Ajak communicates with Celestials. Arishem, the Celestial’s leader, may even join the battle with a stud shooter in each hand. If you LEGO minifigures, this awesome set is the only one to feature Ajak and Kingo! 

 

Rise of the Domo (76156)

1,040 pieces | $119.99 | Minifigures include Makkari, Ikaris, Thena, Sersi, Druig, and Phastos.

Explore the Eternals’ spaceship with Makkari, Ikaris, Thena, Sersi, Druig, and Phastos. Open the sides to access the interior. Check out the cockpit, the weapons room, and the lab, but when the leader of the Deviants arrives with his accomplice, it’s time to take the spaceship into battle! Plus… if you collect The Eternal’s LEGO minifigures, this set is the only one to feature Druig and Phastos! 

LEGO Ideas Kicks Off 2021 With These 25 Candidates for the Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage

As we begin 2021 with a lot of high-hopes, these next 25 product ideas sure have something to look forward to as they qualify for the LEGO Ideas Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage.

The LEGO Ideas blog site has now released the qualifying entries for its next review cycle – original product ideas that earned the approval of more than 10,000 LEGO fans around the world. Continuing the trend of more than 20 submissions that managed to hit that 10K fan support milestone, these are fan-made entries that were submitted via the LEGO Ideas platform from September 2020 to January 4, 2021. On a side note, there are still 35 product submissions that are being evaluated by the LEGO design team, with one from the First 2020 Review cycle still being scrutinized.

Here’s a round-up of these Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage qualifiers, with links to their respective product idea pages. Though there are some that I fell may not make it to the cut considering that similar LEGO sets were already released such as the LEGO Creator Expert Colosseum (10276) and LEGO Creator Expert Police Station (10278), there are still some product ideas from this roster that are promising such as the Classic Castle, Viking Village, and James Cameron’s Avatar to name a few.

Which of these do you think will emerge as the next official LEGO Ideas set? Let me know what you think about this in the comments below.

1. Boeing 737 Passenger Plane

Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review

2. Colosseum (Architecture Style)

3. Gravity Falls: The Mystery Shack

Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review

4. Brick Town Police Station

5. Bag End

Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review

6. Red Dwarf Starbug LEGO Idea

7. Avatar: The Last Airbender – YIP YIP!

Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review

8. Classic Castle

9. Open MRI

Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review

10. Motorized Lighthouse

11. Avatar: The Illuminated World of Pandora

Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review

12. Spirited Away

13. Jumanji of 1995

Third 2020 LEGO Ideas Review

14 The Little Venice

15. Auto Union Type C Racecar

16. Automated Garbage Truck

17. TX Master Games

18. Milwaukee Art Museum

19. The Car Wash

20. Wallace & Gromit

21. Among Us: The Skeld

22. Roman Warship

23. The Addams Family Mystery Mansion

24. GMC – Blue Chip 100 [1957]

25. Viking Village

LEGO Harry Potter The Monster Book of Monsters (30628) Confirmed as Next 2021 Promotional Set

Last month, LEGO gave us a teaser of our next LEGO Harry Potter promotional in the form of the LEGO Harry Potter The Monster Book of Monsters (30628). Aside from the set’s building instructions now posted over at LEGO’s Customer Service Portal, it now seems that LEGO Shop@Home has also updated its listing to now include a full product page for this brick-built critter.  Check out its description below.

LEGO Harry Potter The Monster Book of Monsters (30628)

320 pieces | Valued at $19.99

LEGO Harry Potter The Monster Book of Monsters

Kids can recreate one of the most memorable scenes from Harry Potter™ and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ with the cool, collectible LEGO® Harry Potter The Monster Book of Monsters (30628) toy. When Harry receives new school books for his third year at Hogwarts™, the Book of Monsters scurries around the room trying to bite him! Likewise, when this LEGO model is pulled across a flat surface, its mouth opens and closes. The set also includes a LEGO Draco Malfoy™ minifigure decorated in his school uniform.

  • The brown, LEGO® magical book is decorated with teeth, straps, and studs.
  • A mechanism opens and closes the book’s mouth when it is dragged across a flat surface.
  • With 320 pieces and measuring over 4” (12cm) long and 3” (10cm) wide, this buildable Harry Potter™ Monster Book of Monsters makes a great Christmas or birthday gift for kids aged 10 and up.

From the get-go, LEGO makes it clear that this set is intended to be a freebie to be made available anytime soon. And now that it has made its official appearance at  LEGO Shop@Home, it’s just a matter of time when this promotional set will be offered. In fact, The Brick Fan was able to confirm that the LEGO Harry Potter The Monster Book of Monsters will be offered sometime in January for qualifying LEGO Harry Potter purchases worth $75 and above. If this proves to be true, then we can most likely expect two promotional items in January, the other one in the form of the LEGO Ideas Vintage Car (40448). It’s a really great way to start your LEGO 2021 shopping if such is the case.

If you’ve set your eyes on the upcoming LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moments sets and are planning to get them as well, then having The Book of Monsters added to your LEGO HP collection is certainly a welcomed treat. Just be sure to keep tabs with LEGO Shop@Home and here on our blogsite for further updates.

And the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz Set Will Be…

Last month, the LEGO Ideas platform has launched another fan activity that celebrates the upcoming release of the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set. Fans of the brick-built collectible theme were given a chance to vote for the next BrickHeadz, coming from four pre-determined candidate themes.

As of this writing, there are currently more than 100 BrickHeadz that were already released, and it will definitely take some time before we see the likes of the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set. And to make the voting process even more fun, the LEGO Ideas Team has rolled out four likely candidates that will be given the honor to mark such an occasion: Lilo & Stitch, Minecraft, Jaws, and Star Wars.

I have to say that I was excited about the idea of finally seeing an official, brick-built Stitch set (which somehow almost made it to the cut with Tyler’s LEGO Stitch product idea). But this being a majority vote among 13,000 LEGO fans who participated, the honor of being the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set is now reserved for yet another LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz set. That’s how democracy works I presume, even if you don’t particularly like the outcome.

The 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set will feature a Star Wars character.

Currently, the Stars Wars subtheme of the LEGO BrickHeadz series is by far the most represented theme in the said genre – with 16 LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz sets under its belt. I guess that’s a testament to how popular this LEGO subtheme is among the majority of the brick-loving masses.

It is also interesting to note that LEGO may also be continuing its trend of offering official brick renditions of some of the most popular pop-icons of our generation, similar to the likes of LEGO BrickHeadz pairs such as that of Marty MacFly and Doc Brown (41611), and Peter Venkman and Slimer (41622).  And bringing the possibility of having a LEGO Jaws set on the table is quite revealing on the part of LEGO. Does it mean that LEGO has something in the works coming from this direction? We just have to wait and see.

In the meantime, we might need to wait a little longer before we can see the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set under the Star Wars theme. And with so many present and future Star Wars candidates to choose from, it will be quite a challenge for LEGO to zero-in on the best SW character to fill in the commemorative spot.

So who do you think from the galaxy far, far away will be honored as the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set? Which Star Wars characters do you think will eventually win this title? Or are you even happy with the results? Let us know what you think in the comments below.