LEGO builders who own multiple sets in the vein of City, which has lots of buildings and minifigures, might have felt that they could do with having the option to buy more props and design options for their minifigures or set surroundings; but at the same time not have to buy a whole new set.
It looks like LEGO Ninjago’s latest subtheme will also have a polybag of its own. After the reveal of its initial summer wave of LEGO Ninjago Free the Dragons sets which is based on the TV show’s Season 9 offering, it looks like LEGO has thrown in a polybag set to go along with it.
It seems were getting our first look at another Christmas seasonal set, followed by the reveal of the LEGO Friends Advent Calendar 2018 (41353). It’s not yet summer, but LEGO has already given us a taste of things to come with a new seasonal set, the LEGO Creator Christmas Train (30543) polybag spotted over at Amazon Germany.
Brickset has uploaded our first images of the contents of the upcoming LEGO Unikitty! Collectible Figures Series 1 (41775), which were first announced by LEGO last April. Found over at a LEGO Certified Store in Zagreb, Croatia, Brickset reader Alan K was kind enough to share these images. The flyer itself follows the typical collector sheet format similar to LEGO CMFs. The sheet and blindbag itself is marked with the Series 1 logo, which suggests that LEGO intends to follow-up with another wave later on.
May the 4th may all be over, but it looks like there are some plenty of surprises from LEGO that keeps on popping up on eBay. This time around, Minifigure Price Guide shares what seems to be a Legoland promotional during the Star Wars Day celebration. This promotional polybags features some of the most iconic characters of the Star Wars franchise rendered in LEGO bricks following a micro, Miniland style. The style of these builds follows the same style – though obviously smaller in scale – as that of last year’s LEGO in-store DC Super Hero Girls miniland figures.