The LEGO Ninjago Movie – A First Look at Our Ninjas 2.0

LEGO and Warner Bros. are now cranking up the promotions for their next cinematic collaboration, hoping to catch on the wave of success that The LEGO Batman Movie is enjoying. The LEGO Ninjago Movie follows the coming of age of our young heroes as they now enter what could be the most gruelling challenge of their lives – coping with high school and family discord. Following through yesterday’s promise of USA Today Life, we now have our first look of the celebrated ninjas of the LEGO Ninjago world. As it seems, our martial arts youngsters all sport new costumes and hairstyles to complement their development (assuming that minifigures can actually grow up). Take a look at their version 2.0.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie features an alternative storyline as compared to that of the animated series. The film features a ragtag group of young ninjas with Kai (Michael Pena), Nya (Abbi Jacobson), Jay (Kumail Nanjiani), Lloyd (Dave Franco), Zane (Zach Woods), and Cole (Fred Armisen). Lord Garmadon (played by Justin Theroux) will prove to be a daunting adversary for our young heroes and he is as intimidating as he can be, as he was revealed by USA Today yesterday. Having him as Lloyd’s father in the film doesn’t make things easier for our ninjas, especially considering that he is also Master Wu’s (Jackie Chan) brother. Whatever the case is, we can expect a great deal of twists and turns, coupled with superb brick-built action, adventure, and LEGO’s unique brand of humor.

 

The LEGO Ninjago Movie is set to debut in theaters on September 22, 2017 with the first official trailer to be released anytime soon.

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LEGO Dimensions Wave 8 Now Available for Pre-Order Via Amazon.

LEGO has already unveiled its full collection of LEGO Dimensions Wave 8 Packs, and here’s your chance to pre-order them via Amazon and have them right at your doorsteps once they are released on May 9. Click on the links below to know more about Amazon’s promos on this latest wave of LEGO Dimensions packs.

 

LEGO Dimensions Chase McCain Fun Pack (71266) – $11.99 via Amazon

   

  • Help stop crime in the LEGO Dimensions multiverse with LEGO City’s Chase McCain.
  • Build and place Chase on the LEGO Toy Pad to bring him to life in the game.
  • Use his LEGO City Detective Scanner to track down bad guys and change his disguise to unlock more abilities.
  • Unlock the LEGO City Adventure World to explore new areas like Blackwell’s moonbase and the LEGO City Police Department, and the Battle Arena to compete with up to 4 of your friends.
  • Build Chase’s Police Helicopter to fire off bolts, then rebuild it into the Police Hovercraft and Police Plance for additional in-game abilities.
  • Includes Chase McCain and Police Chopper.

 

LEGO Dimensions The Goonies Level Pack (71267) – $29.99 via Amazon

   

  • Help Sloth and Chunk escape the Fratelli hideout and join the rest of the Goonies on their search for One Eyed Willy’s treasure.
  • Make a break from the Fratelli family as they chase you through the pirate ship, but don’t forget to dodge the traps!
  • Build Sloth and use his Super Strength to smash through walls.
  • For extra fun, play as Chunk and use his infamous Truffle Shuffle.
  • Hop on to One-Eyed Willy’s Pirate Ship when you need a ride or play the Skeleton Organ to make your way out of the caves.
  • Rebuild One-Eyed Willy’s Pirate Ship into Fanged Fortune and the Inferno Cannon, and the Skeleton Organ into Skeleton Jukebox and Skele-Turkey for added game play.
  • Explore Mikey’s House, Inferno Cove, and the Goon Docks in the Goonies Adventure World, and compete with up to 4 of your friends in the Goonies Battle Arena.
  • Includes Sloth, Skeleton Organ and Pirate Ship.

 

LEGO Dimensions Hermione Granger Fun Pack (71348) – $11.99 via Amazon

   

  • Continue your wizarding adventures in LEGO Dimensions with your very own Hermione Granger Fun Pack.
  • Build and place Hermione on the LEGO Toy Pad to bring her to life in the game where she can cast Wingardium Leviosa to levitate objects and Lumos to light up dark places.
  • Unlock the Adventure World to explore locations in Hogwarts, Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley, and the Battle Arena to play any of the 4 Battle Modes.
  • Build Buckbeak and use his Stomp Attack to smash Silver LEGO bricks, then rebuild him into the Giant Owl and the Fierce Falcon for additional in-game abilities.
  • Includes Hermione and Buckbeak.

Here’s What We Know About the LEGO Star Wars Summer Sets From the Nuremberg Toy Fair 2017.

This year’s Nuremberg Toy Fair in Germany is now on its 4th day, and though we can’t be there personally to join in the festivities, we have Promo Bricks to thank for, in providing us with an inside look of the action as more and more reveals are unveiled by LEGO. If you were keeping tabs with our previous Nuremberg post last Tuesday, you may have noticed something quite obvious. German LEGO fan site Zusammengebaut who were also present during the opening day of the Toy Fair, has also noted the stringent rules that LEGO’s booth organizers have in place on certain themes on display. This is particularly true when it comes to their Star Wars summer collection where photography of the said sets was strictly prohibited. Thankfully, those who managed to be on the scene to witness the unveiling of these LEGO Star Wars sets were allowed to narrate what they saw. Here’s how Promo Bricks puts it based on a rough Google translate.

According to Christian of PB, this year’s LEGO Star Wars summer sets may be categorized into three subthemes: The Force Awakens, The Freemaker Adventures, and the classic Star Wars sets. These sets were also mentioned in our previous post wherein they were regarded as rumors back then.

The Force Awakens

Jakku Quadjumper (75178) –59.99€

This humble starship was the first choice of ride for Rey and Finn, until First Order forces decided it’s better to have it stay on the ground and be a part of it – for good. The set comes with the minifigure versions of Rey, Finn, BB-8, a First Order Stormtrooper and another unnamed minifig.

 

Rathtar Escape (75180) – 89.99€

This set has certain play features which can be probably compared to that of Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorium (76060). The Rathtar Escape (75180) plays out on a portion of Han Solo’s freighter, the Eravana where two of these much feared Rathars escaped from their confinement. The minifigures included in this set are: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Bala-Tik and three members of the Guavian Death Gang

 

First Order Transport Speeder Battle Pack (75166) – 14.99€

This Battle Pack offers two First Order Stormtroopers, Officer and Flame / Snow Trooper minifigures. They come with a kind of armed transport platform.

 

The Freemaker Adventures

Tracker I (75185) – 69.99€

According to firsthand accounts, the Tracker 1 seems to have a strong resemblance to the equally imposing TIE-Interceptor. Minifigs included with the Tracker 1 are: an unnamed lightsaber-wielding figure, the Imperator, and an Ithorian.

 

The Arrowhead (75186) – 89.99€

This set seems to be the largest set on display under the Freemaker subtheme. The Arrowhead follows a relatively large, minimalistic design. On the whole the ship is said to be about half a meter long. There are five figures, including RO-GR, the reprogrammed combat droid of the Freemakers.

 

Classic LEGO Star Wars sets

Darth Vader Transformation (75183) – 29.99€

This one is clearly a remake of set 7251 from last 2005. It shows the transformation of the seriously injured Anakin Skywalker into the iconic Darth Vader. Though there are more details to this newer set compared to the previous one. Set 75183 has the minifigures of the Emperor together with Darth Vader, and a wounded Anakin.

 

Bounty Hunter Speeder Bike Battle Pack (75167) – 14.99€

Most LEGO Star Wars fans have been clamoring for these for ages. Thankfully, our prayers have been answered. For the first time ever, LEGO releases a set of minifigs dedicated to the legendary bounty hunters of the galaxy. Included together with the Speeder Bike are minifigures of Bossk, Dengar, IG-88 and 4-LOM.

 

Republic Fighter Tank (75182) – 29.99€

Another remake, this time of 2008’s set 7679, only in a slightly smaller scale. There are four minifigures that comes with newer Republic Fighter Tank: two Combat Droids, a Clone pilot, and a female Jedi.

 

Stormtrooper Commander (75531) – 24.99€

Following the likes of Clone-Commander Cody (75108) and the First-Order Stormtrooper (75114), LEGO finally brings forth a Stormtrooper Commander buildable figure.

 

Scout Trooper with Speederbike (75532) – 54.99€

Promo Bricks describes this set as a REALLY big one. The buildable Scout Trooper itself is of scale in proportion to that of its speeder bike from Episode 6. The bike is covered with panels in brown, and can be mounted on a stand of Technic beams.

 

Advent Calendar with 8 Minifigures (75184) – 29.99€

Same as in previous Toy Fairs, the Advent Calendar is shown in Nuremberg, even though we’re still very far from Christmas. Here are some of the minifigs and characters that Promo Bricks can identify within the Advent Calendar: BB8 with Nikolausmütze, a built Luggabeast, Teedo, AT-DP, Millenium Falcon, Kylo Rens Shuttle, First Order Snowtrooper, First Order Stormtrooper, sleigh, Y-Wing and various other figures (A total of eight) and other smaller models.

 

Thankfully, we’re a couple of weeks away before the Toy Fair season goes back to New York. By then, we hope to see all of these sets in the brick. So be sure to stay tuned here in the Brick Show for more up-to-the minute Toy Fair news and other surprises.

 

 

Take a Look at These The LEGO Batman Movie Building Events Slated at Walmart and Toys R Us Stores Nationwide.

TLBM fever is now on its peak! With UK fans being treated to an early preview of the film over the course of the weekend ahead of its worldwide release on February 10 as reported by Brickset, US residents are also prepped and ready with Walmart and Toys R Us rallying the crowd.

The two retail giants team up with LEGO and Warner Bros for simultaneous building events that will happen today and next week Saturday. Walmart stores across the US will be hosting a The LEGO Batman Movie building event scheduled today, February 4, 2017 from 11:30AM until 4PM local time. This event is intended for children ages 6 and up, and you can find the list of participating Walmart Stores by heading over at their Facebook page. FBTB took the extra mile of organizing these Walmart stores by state for easy search and reference. We don’t have any details yet on what Walmart has in store as it’s TLBM give away, but if you’re eager to find out, be sure to check their list of participating stores and pay them a visit this morning.

Even after the world premiere of The LEGO Batman Movie, Toys R Us still has plenty of TLBM stuff to share to its loyal patrons. TRU will be hosting a Make & Take Home TLBM Building Event on February 11, at all TRU stores nationwide. Children ages 6 and above will not just get a chance to participate in the Arkham Asylum Breakout Hunt, but will also get to bring home for FREE Emmet’s Bat-car. Similar to other TRU LEGO events, this building event is only for 2 hours, from 1PM to 3PM and all giveaways and event materials are available while supplies last.

Have a Bat-tastic weekend everyone!

Here’s A First Look at LEGO Ninjago Movie’s Main Villain – Enter Lord Garmadon!

With The LEGO Batman Movie now poised to hit theaters next week, and perhaps to rake in a lot in the box office as well, Warner Bros. has now begun to tease on its third major film collaboration with LEGO. We already have an idea what The LEGO Ninjago Movie is all about since WB’s release of the film’s synopsis courtesy of Screen Rant:

In this big-screen Ninjago adventure, the battle for Ninjago City calls to action young Lloyd, aka the Green Ninja, along with his friends, who are all secret warriors and LEGO Master Builders. Led by kung fu master Wu, as wise-cracking as he is wise, they must defeat evil warlord Garmadon, the Worst Guy Ever, who also happens to be Lloyd’s dad. Pitting mech against mech and father against son, the epic showdown will test this fierce but undisciplined team of modern-day ninjas who must learn to check their egos and pull together to unleash their true power.

Now if you read the synopsis carefully, it seems that our ninjas will have a lot on their plate other than the usual teenage issues. As mentioned in the synopsis, Lloyd and his friends must eventually come into terms of defeating the film’s main villain, Lord Garmadon. Quite unfortunately for the team, the evil warlord happens to be Lloyd’s dad as well. Though LEGO has unveiled the name of the various building sets that will accompany The LEGO Ninjago Movie, none of these seem to hint on how the nefarious Lord Garmadon looks like.

However, thanks to a Tweeter post from USA Today Life, we now have our first look on the evil villain of the film. Check this out.

Borrowing heavily from images of medieval Japan with its terrifying warlords and awe inspiring warriors, Lord Garmadon is a sight to behold. What’s even more exciting is the fact that USA Today Life hints on more reveals this coming weekend. Coupled with the fact that an official trailer for The LEGO Ninjago Movie may arrive soon as reported by Trailer Track, this weekend is certainly something to look forward to. LEGO movies are known for its comedic parodies on certain Hollywood themes: The LEGO Movie capitalizes on the notion of the Chosen One, while the upcoming The LEGO Batman Movie is a pun on the life of a self-centered, brooding superhero. The LEGO Ninjago Movie is no exception, following a plot that will probably make Anakin and Luke Skywalker smile. Here’s another shot of Lord Garmadon, as he is locked in combat with his son Lloyd. Credit goes to Promo Bricks for sharing this picture.

Whatever the case is, we’ll get a better idea once the official trailer hits online and on TV screens any time soon.

The LEGO Batman Movie opens in U.S. theaters next week, February 10, followed by The LEGO Ninjago Movie on September 22, The LEGO Movie 2 on February 8, 2019 and Billion Brick Race on May 24, 2019.

 

Join Blocks Magazine’s Bat Build Contest and Get A Chance To Win Some of the Coolest TLBM Sets!

Blocks Magazine Issue #28 is already out and this time, the highly circulated LEGO fan magazine has a treat for all Bat-crazy fans out there (including myself). If you’re still eyeing on having a piece of the LEGO Batman Movie, then you’ll be happy to know that Blocks Magazine is running a contest where you can have a chance to win three of the TLBM sets which they are giving away for FREE. Simply post your very own MOC of any Bat vehicle of your fancy (it could also be your very own, original Bat-creation) and get the chance to have your creation selected as the winning build. Here’s Blocks Magazine’s official announcement.

Win The LEGO Batman Movie prizes with the Blocks Bat Build Contest

In the LEGO Batman Movie, the title character has an entire Batcave full of crazy unique vehicles… but can he ever have enough awesome rides? He doesn’t seem to think, and neither do we! In Blocks Issue 28, our talented Mod Squad converted a selection of LEGO sets to fit in with Batman’s unique vibe.

Turn this…
…into this!

As our Mod Squad team has kicked things off, we now want to see what Blocks readers can convert for LEGO Batman. A Bat-Race Plane? A Bat-Airship? A Bat-Gift Delivery van? (yes, naming them is the easy part). Once you have built your Batman conversion, come up with a few sentences explaining why LEGO Batman converted this vehicle for his collection. Our judging panel – including The LEGO Batman Movie Senior Design Manager Michael Fuller as a guest judge – will select the winning builds.

There are some awesome The LEGO Batman Movie prizes up for grabs – first place wins 70909 Batcave Break-in, second place wins 70908 The Scuttler and third place wins 70904 Clayface Splat Attack. What’s more, all three prize winners get a copy of Blocks Issue 28 signed by the movie’s director, Chris McKay and producer, Dan Lin.

 

To enter, post your build to our Facebook page, Tweet your entry to @blocksmagazine or e-mail your image to graham@blocksmag.com. The deadline is midnight on February 27 (GMT). Keep your ‘puter checking Blocks social media channels for build tips from our experts.

Blocks Issue 28 – which includes an exclusive behind the scenes look at the making of The LEGO Batman Movie – is on sale now. To buy a digital copy or set up a subscription, visit www.blocksmag.com. For competition Terms and Conditions, please visit www.blocksmag.com.

 

Blocks Magazine is available both in print and digital formats, and may be purchased from Barnes & Noble in US, WHSmith, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Waitrose, Morrisons in the UK, and other retailers worldwide.

LEGO Dimensions Wave 8 Officially Announced.

Just in time for the release next week of what has been dubbed as LEGO Dimensions Wave 7.5, Warner Bros. Games have just announced the details of the next anticipated wave of LEGO Dimensions sets which will launch sometime in May. In case you’ve missed it, Amazon has listed the LEGO Dimensions The LEGO Batman Movie Story Pack (71264) for as much as 50% off by pre-ordering the set before it launches on February 10. Just click here for more info.

LEGO Dimensions Wave 8 is finally here, and officially welcomes into the LEGO Multiverse the iconic cult classic Goonies in the character of the endearing Sloth; the no-nonsense, magic-wielding Hermione Granger from Harry Potter, and the crime-fighting Chase McCain from the LEGO City theme. Here’s the official press announcement.

LEGO® Dimensions™ Expansion Packs Based on The Goonies™, Harry Potter™, and LEGO® City Announced for May Release.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today revealed details around three highly collectable new expansion packs for LEGO® Dimensions™, the LEGO® toy and videogame hybrid that will be available May 9, 2017. The Goonies™ Level Pack, the Harry Potter™ Fun Pack and LEGO® City Fun Pack will broaden the selection of the world’s most popular entertainment brands available for the game, allowing players to customise their experience by mixing and matching favorite characters and universes with full compatibility. In addition, LEGO® minifigures included within each of these expansion packs come with special golden Toy Tags which unlock a free play Adventure World of the corresponding entertainment brand, as well as a Battle Arena that can be reached through Vorton. Each Battle Arena is unique to the world of the character used to unlock it and features competitive split-screen local gameplay for up to four players, with four exciting gameplay modes including Capture the Flag, Objective, Base Bash, and Tick, Tag, Boom!.

 

The Goonies Level Pack (71267)

The Goonies™ Level Pack includes a complete level of The Goonies™gameplay where players can help Sloth and Chunk escape the Fratelli hideout and join the rest of the Goonies on their search for One Eyed Willy’s treasure. Players can use Sloth’s Super Strength to smash through walls or play as Chunk and use his infamous Truffle Shuffle. The rebuildable One-Eyed Willy’s Pirate Ship will sail on water and can also be built into the Fanged Fortune and the Inferno Cannon; while the rebuildable Skeleton Organ has Sonar Smash abilities and can also be built into the Skeleton Jukebox and Skele-Turkey for added game play capabilities. Sloth provides access to a new The Goonies™Battle Arena, and also the Adventure World where players can explore Mikey’s House, Inferno Cove and the Goon Docks. Once the level is complete, players will be able to replay through the game and other levels as any of the seven other Goonies™ characters to solve additional puzzles and access more collectibles in their journey through the LEGO® multiverse.

 

The Harry Potter Hermione Granger Fun Pack (71348)

Players can extend their wizarding adventures in LEGO Dimensions with the Harry Potter Fun Pack which includes a Hermione Granger LEGO minifigure. She can cast magical spells such as Wingardium Leviosa to levitate objects and Lumos to light up dark places. She also allows players to unlock the Harry Potter Battle Arena for a competitive match, along with the Adventure World where they can explore locations in Hogwarts, Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley. Players can build the 3-in-1 rideable Buckbeak the Hippogriff and use its Stomp Attack to smash Silver LEGO bricks, then rebuild it into the Giant Owl and the Fierce Falcon for additional in-game abilities.

 

The LEGO City Chase McCain Fun Pack (71266)

Players can help stop crime in the LEGO Dimensions multiverse with the LEGO City Fun Pack featuring a Chase McCain LEGO minifigure. Chase can become a Miner to break Silver LEGO bricks or a Fireman to use his Water Beam to put out fires. Gamers can use his LEGO City Detective Scanner to track down bad guys and change his disguise to unlock more abilities. In the LEGO City Adventure World, there are new areas to explore like Blackwell’s moon base and the LEGO City Police Department. Players can also compete with up to three of their friends in the LEGO City Battle Arena. Additionally, Chase’s 3-in-1 Police Helicopter can be built to fire off bolts, then rebuild it into the Police Hovercraft and Police Plane for additional in-game abilities.

 

Developed by TT Games and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, LEGO Dimensions is now available for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment systems, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and the Wii U system.

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Gets the LEGO BrickHeadz Treatment!

LEGO has just revealed two additional LEGO BrickHeadz sets just in time for the release of Disney’s final trailer of the live action adaptation of its classic, 90’s animated film, Beauty and the Beast. Similar to TLG’s previous announcement, these LEGO BrickHeadz versions of Belle and the Beast will be available for early access to all VIP members beginning February 15, and starting March 1 for the general public. Each LEGO BrickHeadz figure retails at $9.99.

 

LEGO® BrickHeadz

US $9.99 – CA $12.99 – DE 9.99€ – UK £9.99 – DK 100.00 DKK
*Euro pricing varies by country. Please visit shop.LEGO.com for regional pricing.

New for 2017, LEGO® BrickHeadz sets feature fun and stylized versions of iconic characters from your favorite movies, TV series, games and comics, reimagined in colorful brick form using LEGO System bricks with distinct details for a humorous twist. Each figure also comes with its own buildable collector’s baseplate with LEGO BrickHeadz icon and series number. LEGO BrickHeadz sets brings you a brand new way to collect, build and display.

• Each LEGO® BrickHeadz figure comes with its own buildable collector’s baseplate featuring series number and BrickHeadz icon.
• Have fun growing your LEGO® BrickHeadz collection with other classic characters from your favorite movies, TV series, games and comics
• Mash up your LEGO® BrickHeadz figures to create supercool hybrids or your own amazing characters.
• Each figure stands over 2” (7cm) tall without baseplate.
• Baseplate measures over 1” (4cm) square and under 1” (1cm) high.

 

Belle (41595)

This beautiful BrickHeadz set featuring Belle is fun to build using colorful LEGO System bricks that recreate all of her iconic details from the classic Disney animation Beauty and the Beast, including buildable flowing hair with a ribbon and earrings and a buildable rose in hand.

 

Beast (41596)

This BrickHeadz set featuring Beast is fun to build using colorful LEGO System bricks that recreate all of his iconic details, including decorated waistcoat outfit and buildable mane and horns, as seen in the classic Disney animation Beauty and the Beast.

LEGO BrickHeadz Official Press Release PLUS Product Descriptions.

With a day to go before the Nuremberg Toy Fair comes into full swing, LEGO has just released its official press statement with regards to its latest line of brick-built collectibles. We saw the official images of the LEGO BrickHeadz a few days back, and this time LEGO shares the theme’s complete description and other important info. The LEGO BrickHeadz will be available for early VIP access beginning mid-February, and to the general public on March 1.

LEGO BrickHeadz

US $9.99 – CA $12.99 – DE 9.99€ – UK £9.99 – DK 100.00 DKK
Available from 1st March with early access to VIPs mid-February.

New for 2017, LEGO BrickHeadz sets feature fun and stylized versions of iconic characters from your favorite movies, TV series, games and comics, reimagined in colorful brick form using LEGO System bricks with distinct details for a humorous twist. Each figure also comes with its own buildable collector’s baseplate with LEGO BrickHeadz icon and series number. LEGO BrickHeadz sets brings you a brand new way to collect, build and display.

  • Each LEGO BrickHeadz figure comes with its own buildable collector’s baseplate featuring series number and BrickHeadz icon.
  • Have fun growing your LEGO BrickHeadz collection with other classic characters from your favorite movies, TV series, games and comics
  • Mash up your LEGO BrickHeadz figures to create supercool hybrids or your own amazing characters.
  • Each figure stands over 2” (7cm) tall without baseplate.
  • Baseplate measures over 1” (4cm) square and under 1” (1cm) high.

 

Batman (41585)

Buildable Batman LEGO BrickHeadz figure features colorful and authentic detailing, including his Batsuit with icon and utility belt decoration, glow-in-the-dark BrickHeadz eyes and a Batarang.

 

 

 

Batgirl (41586)

Build Batgirl in the new LEGO BrickHeadz set, with Batgirl icon, uniquely decorated eyes, yellow Batarang, plus a display baseplate.

 

 

 

 

Robin (41587)

Buildable Robin LEGO BrickHeadz figure features colorful and authentic detailing, BrickHeadz eyes and iconic outfit with icon, plus a display baseplate.

 

 

 

 

The Joker (41588)

Build The Joker in this LEGO BrickHeadz set and laugh in the face of danger with his buildable green hair, white face and outfit from THE LEGO BATMAN™ MOVIE, plus a display baseplate.

 

 

 

Captain America (41589)

Build Captain America in this LEGO BrickHeadz set with iconic outfit and headgear, detachable shield, BrickHeadz eyes and a display baseplate.

 

 

 

 

Iron Man (41590)

Build Iron Man in this LEGO BrickHeadz set, featuring his iconic red and yellow suit of armor, BrickHeadz eyes and a display baseplate.

 

 

 

 

Black Widow (41591)

Buildable Black Widow LEGO BrickHeadz figure features authentic detailing, BrickHeadz eyes, buildable hair and two detachable batons, plus a display baseplate.

 

 

 

 

The Hulk (41592)

This larger-than-life Hulk BrickHeadz figure is fun to build using colorful LEGO System bricks that recreate all of his iconic details, including buildable fists and hair, plus decorated muscles and a buildable baseplate.

 

 

 

Check Out These High-Resolution Pics of the LEGO Marvel Superheroes GOTG Vol. 2 Sets.

A few weeks back, we saw that the LEGO Marvel Superheroes theme has been expanded to include the comeback of MCU’s rowdiest, but endearing ragtag team of superheroes in Guardians of the Galaxy. If you still remember the first GOTG film, you know very well that everyone’s lovable perennial superhero, in a final act of self-sacrifice, decided it’s time to be back in the nursery and to be tended by his teammates for a change. So what’s cooler than having a Flora Colossus from Planet X with a single vocabulary? Why not turn him back to a sapling? And what is even more awesome than that? Create a LEGO babyfig version of him.

We saw the official images in our previous post, and this time around courtesy of The Brick Fan and Brick Heroes, we now have a closer look at the images and box art of this next wave of sets from LEGO Marvel Superheroes Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. See if you can find baby Groot in these of pictures.

 

Ravager Attack (76079)

Ayesha’s Revenge (76080)

 

The Milano vs. The Abilisk (76081)