2019 LEGO Ninjago Sets Teased

If you recall from last July, we reported on a certain rumor that the upcoming 2019 LEGO Ninjago sets will be based on previous releases stretching back to 2011 when the theme was first introduced. Speculations regarding a Ninjago re-release were further flamed when during SDCC 2018, it was revealed by the LEGO Ninjago panel that there were no new season on the works for next year. Instead, the panel became a sort of a trip down Ninjago memory lane where the panelists talked about their most memorable episodes from the franchise during the past 7 years. This lead many LEGO Ninjago fans to think that there might be no new and unique tie-in sets to expect come 2019.

Fast forward to October, the recent update to the LEGO Ninjago Ride Ninja app were rolled out both on the App Store and Google Play, and somewhere along its cache of bikes are images of two of the most familiar rides in Ninjago. Here is a screenshot of Kai’s Fire Cycle and Zane’s Snowmobile as seen from the app.

Kai’s Fire Cycle as seen in LEGO Ninjago Ride Ninja app.
Zane’s Snowmobile as seen in LEGO Ninjago Ride Ninja app.

If you’re a long time fan of the franchise, it will be relatively easy for you to see that these two virtual bikes are very much the same to actual sets seen in LEGO Ninjago Kai’s Blade Cycle (9441) and Fangpyre Truck Ambush (9445). Both of these sets were released in 2012 as part of a series of sets in line with LEGO Ninjago Rise of the Snakes story arc.

Kai’s Blade Cycle (9441).
Zane’s Snowmobile as seen in Fangpyre Ambush (9445).

It is also interesting to note that a rumored list of new 2019 LEGO sets to watch out for also made mention of a Kai’s Blade Cycle and Zane’s Snowmobile (70667) set. It is not far-fetched to consider that we might be seeing these cool Ninjago bikes again, but this time, combined in a single set. It should be noted that the same list also includes sets such as Fire Temple (70680), Jay’s Storm Fighter (70668), Samurai Mech (70665), Cole’s Earth Driller (70669), and The Golden Dragon (70666), all of which are very similar to LEGO Ninjago sets released between 2011 to 2013.

Fire Temple (2507) from 2011


Jay’s Storm Fighter (9442) from 2012


Samurai Mech (9448) from 2012


Cole’s Earth Driller (70502) from 2013


The Golden Dragon (70503) from 2013

The way I see it, there is nothing much to expect from these 2019 LEGO Ninjago sets if indeed they are the exact same copies of their predecessors. However, it will be nice of LEGO if they can probably throw in some new pieces or new iterations of Ninjago minifigures, and not just to rehash another re-release. I’m not really sure if LEGO Ninjago fans will agree, but the way I see it, the LEGO Ninjago theme has reached a certain plateau or saturation point where the stories behind the theme might need a reboot of some kind. For sets that are dependent on an original LEGO theme or story, it is definitely a challenge to keep it more engaging and interesting. Undoubtedly, LEGO Ninjago is one of LEGO’s original and longest running fantasy-themed line, and it’s kind of difficult to imagine that it might suffer the same fate like that of Bionicle and Nexo Knights. We just have to wait and see in 2019.

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Sets Rumored to Arrive this December

Sony’s out to prove that even when sharing film rights to Spider-Man with Marvel Studios, they can still come up with a franchise featuring the massive supporting cast of the friendly neighborhood wall-crawler. Their first post-MCU-Spider cinematic outing was Venom starring Tom Hardy, and on December there’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. On the LEGO front, about the most prominent Spider-Man set to be revealed is the yet-to-be released LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Spider-Man Mech vs. Venom Mech (76115). There’s also going to be a 3D-animated special entitled Spider-Man: Vexed by Venom, coming in 2019 and seemingly working on synergy with Sony’s movies. And this time, it looks like LEGO is giving its share to the Spider-Verse with the rumored arrival of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Sets

Particularly this rumor has it that LEGO will spring some surprise tie-in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sets at year’s end. According to sources tapped by fellow LEGO news site Brick Fanatics, these LEGO sets will arrive December 1, ahead of the animated movie’s premiere.

Into the Spider-Verse is produced by The LEGO Movie’s directorial tandem of Phil Lord and Chris Miller, based on a Marvel Comics storyline that sees various incarnations of Spider-Man from different parallel dimensions brought together to face a powerful foe. The focus of this film is on young alternate Spider-Man, Miles Morales (Shameik Moore).

As always, this piece of news, like any rumors, should be taken with a pinch of salt. Ultimately it’ll be LEGO or their license partners (Marvel and Sony in this case) that’ll confirm or debunk what we have reported. We just hope that it’ll be soon enough.

Rumored 2019 LEGO Star Wars Polybags Celebrate 20 Years of Product Line

In 1999, George Lucas brought out the culmination of his promise to make a back story movie for Star Wars’ most infamous Sith Lord, Darth Vader, with Episode I: The Phantom Menace showing his origin as a Tatooine slave boy in the person of Anakin Skywalker. To coincide with the debut of the first Star Wars prequel, LEGO also released its first licensed theme set, which later became one of its most lucrative line of building sets: LEGO Star Wars. Now that the theme will be celebrating its 20th anniversary next year, we can certainly expect LEGO to highlight this milestone – and intel suggests that one of the ways LEGO will celebrate this is by offering a new line of 2019 LEGO Star Wars polybags.

LEGO insider Sir von Lego via Eurobricks has dropped the names of at least three 2019 LEGO Star Wars polybags that will come out in 2019 as tribute to 20 years of The Phantom Menace and the LEGO Star Wars line itself.

Micro versions of the Naboo Starfighter (30383), Snowspeeder (30384) and Anakin’s Podracer (30461) are expected, their labels and numbers having been corroborated by news source Rebelscum.

Longtime collectors of LEGO Star Wars might recall that the three vehicles to get a polybag version are also among the very first sets released in the original 1999 launch of the LEGO Star Wars product line. Particularly Anakin’s Podracer (7131), Naboo Fighter (7141) and Snowspeeder (7130).

That’s a neat touch, and we can definitely expect more sets to come which we hope to reveal anytime soon.

Additional Details on Some LEGO Marvel Superheroes 2019 Sets

More and more details are trickling out from the leaking faucet. With a modest number of LEGO sets (our estimates pegs it at 100 or so) expected to make their debut next year, it seems that additional details are being picked by our zealous LEGO associates from across the internet. And if you’re reading this, I want to begin with a disclaimer that you’ll never find any of those leaked images right here. We all know by now that it is a very risky road to take. However, multiple sources from the Internet and those from the LEGO fan community are now discovering some of the things that we can expect from LEGO, particularly with regards to some 2019 LEGO Marvel Superheroes sets that will be announced soon.

LEGO insiders in various places in Instagram have shared several details of what we can expect from the 2019 LEGO Marvel Superheroes tie-in sets, especially considering that 2019 will see the release of some of the highly anticipated MCU films of recent. We have cosmic powered Captain Marvel, the Thanos conclusion in Avengers 4, and the return of the wall crawler in Spider-Man: Far From Home. According to these sources, we can expect an announcement of the following set distributions for these LEGO tie-ins very soon:

New Spider-Man LEGO Sets

76113 Spider-Man Bike Rescue

76114 Spider-Man Vehicle

76115 Spider-Man Mech vs Venom Mech (this set has been officially revealed already)

Avengers 4

76123 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Avengers

76124 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Avengers

76125 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Avengers

76126 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Avengers

76127 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Avengers


Spider-Man: Far From Home

76128 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Spider-Man: Far From Home

76129 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Spider-Man: Far From Home

76130 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Spider-Man: Far From Home


Other LEGO Marvel Superheroes Sets

76133 LEGO Marvel Superheroes

76134 LEGO Marvel Superheroes Spider-Man: “Diamonds” (were not very sure about this; it sounds like a code or something).

It looks like LEGO is still following its previous model of releasing a certain number of tie-in sets depending on how big its related film is going to be. Last year, we saw six LEGO Marvel Superheroes sets dedicated to Infinity War, and this time with five sets expected to be released in connection with MCU’s grandest conclusion ever. I also find it curious that LEGO is investing three sets for Spider-Man: Far From Home, with an additional set added to the roster of its 2019 LEGO Marvel Superheroes sets as compared to 2017’s releases.

As a last note, some of the images for these above mentioned sets are now circulating over the internet, particularly for set numbers 76113 and 76114. So if you are really excited to see them, I’m sure you’ll easily find your way to them. I am particularly excited for the Avengers 4 sets, and LEGO’s ironclad secrecy so as not to leak possible major spoilers (though LEGO has a propensity to do that), only makes the wait even more exciting.


Additional Source: Price Vortex

From the Rumor Mill: LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley (40289) Set May Be the Next LEGO GWP

Way back in August, LEGO fans who were watching the Designer Video for the LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle set (71043) saw something blurry but very interesting in the background. That peculiar thing turned out to be another LEGO Harry Potter set albeit on a microscale level: the  LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley (40289). This still yet to be released set microbuild also includes an exclusive Ollivander minifigure.

Potter-headed LEGO enthusiasts were pleased at this revelation (though there are some who has contrary feelings about it), and one question remains: When will it be released? A rumor has popped up that it might be next around month, and not for sale, but as a promotional or gift with purchase (GWP) set. Check out the box art images below as sourced from eBay.

A source intimated to fellow LEGO news source The Brick Fan that the LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley (40289) micro-scale set is going to be offered as a promotional starting November 9 for a minimum LEGO purchase of $99. But what is strange is that it’s not listed on the November 2018 LEGO Store Calendar. If the rumor ends up being true, then LEGO is probably putting a wider degree of control over at the promotions in case that the microscale Diagon Alley might prove to be popular among LEGO Harry Potter fans. True enough, better expect this offer to be short-lived, running in a few days to say the least.

Now as before, any rumor that we post on The Brick Show should be treated as such until The LEGO Group releases official information to confirm or debunk it. It’s still early in October so we have until the end of month to see of indeed the LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley (40289) ends up being our next LEGO Shop@Home promotional. Stay tuned.

Is it the End for the LEGO BrickHeadz Theme?

New York Comic Con 2018 has just wrapped up, and it’s quite disappointing that LEGO was literally absent from the said Comic Con. Unlike last year when LEGO’s presence is somehow felt with its offer of new LEGO BrickHeadz – an NYCC exclusive and a dozen of new 2018 BrickHeadz sets at that time – this year’s LEGO-related NYCC events are close to none, with a couple of exceptions particularly from the LEGO DC Super Villains video game booth and the announcement of a new LEGO Spider-Man animated special. To add, LEGO’s noticeable absence from NYCC does not bode quite well for the future of one its popular sets, which might somehow signal the end for the LEGO BrickHeadz theme.

Though LEGO’s lack of promotions for the LEGO BrickHeadz line during this year’s NYCC may not immediately mean that the theme is about to be cancelled, we should note that LEGO has traditionally utilized the comic book conventions as a means of launching the 2017 and 2018 BrickHeadz sets. It is quite puzzling therefore that LEGO has decided to skip NYCC and to be quite mum about the future of this relatively new theme. Other than the release of the LEGO BrickHeadz Homer Simpson and Krusty the Clown (41632), and the rumored Gravity Falls BrickHeadz, there’s nothing much to expect from the theme as of the moment.

The LEGO BrickHeadz Homer Simpson and Krusty the Clown (41632) is so far, the last BrickHeadz set to be officially announced for this year.

As it seems, another nail in the coffin that may hint on the end of the LEGO BrickHeadz theme came from fellow LEGO news source, The Brick Fan, when he pointed out to an unverified piece of info coming from one of his readers. According to the report, the information came from a local LEGOLAND Discovery cashier in Michigan. At that time, all the LEGO BrickHeadz set were reportedly being cleared out from the store including the ones that were just recently released. The unnamed cashier also mentioned that the theme will be ending this year, hence the need for the clearing out sale.

I know that these are somewhat circumstantial and unverified evidences, but I couldn’t help but consider the possibility of LEGO pulling the plug for the LEGO BrickHeadz line. In terms of being lucrative or not, LEGO is still yet to release actual sales figures for the BrickHeadz theme to somehow determine if LEGO will eventually decide to let go of this brick-built chibi trend. Until we get an official press release from LEGO, then it will be wise to consider this piece of news as speculative at best.

So what’s your take on this brick fans? Do you think that it’s the end for the LEGO BrickHeadz theme? Share what you think in the comments below.

The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures (71023) Teased for February 2019

I guess this is somehow expected. Like its predecessor, The LEGO Movie 2 is getting tons of attention from The LEGO Group, with a good number of tie-in sets slated for next year, some of which were already listed by Amazon France. Now LEGO news authority in Germany, Promobricks, have recently received their latest copy of this year’s LEGO Christmas Catalog and from the looks of it, we will be receiving a new wave of LEGO Collectible Minifigures just in time with the film’s release in February. If you recall in 2014, LEGO has also released a similar CMF line in celebration of the first LEGO Movie. With the Harry Potter and Wizarding World CMF hype starting to wind down, LEGO is now building on the momentum by teasing on the arrival of The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures (71023) by February 2019.

This particular page from the LEGO Christmas Catalogue hints on the arrival of a new Collectible Minifigures series, scheduled for February. It is reasonable to assume that this whole new CMF line will be dedicated to The LEGO Movie sequel since all eyes will be on this next big, brick-inspired animation film. We can also see another hint from LEGO set portal Price Vortex where the site listed The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures (71023).

If ever this rumor is confirmed by LEGO themselves, then we can assume that this will be a great CMF line to collect. The introduction of our TLM characters’ new designs following the events of the infamous post-Taco Tuesday, were received quite positively by LEGO fans. The minifigure characters that we see from the film’s trailer so far show a rather tough and Mad-Max style of design, so we can somehow expect that several of the character in this rumored CMF line will also sport a similar look. It will also be great to see the new Wasteland Batman minifigure included in this series.

Now that we’re counting the days before the New York Comic Con kicks in, let’s wait and see if LEGO has something in-store for us. The LEGO Movie 2 is scheduled to hit theaters in the US on February 8, 2019.

All LEGO DC Super-Villains Characters Revealed!

Yes, September’s almost over and then, WB Interactive and Traveller’s Tales can finally unleash their upcoming videogame title LEGO DC Super-Villains. This adventure on the other side of the DC character alignment promises a veritable load of playable characters both villain and hero. How many? Apparently, somebody just found out how to take a peek at all LEGO DC Super-Villains characters slated to appear in the video game.

YouTube gamer TheHiddenBlade01 has just uploaded a video that might have spoiled the who’s who of characters available in the upcoming LEGO DC Super-Villains. Footage includes a screenshot of the rumored complete character roster in what seems to be the select screen; the photo for Reverse Flash is enlarged as if the cursor was on him.

TheHiddenBlade01 also zooms in on the image several times to pick out details on the villain (and hero) characters that the LDCSV player will have access to. Villains like Catwoman, Clayface and Gorilla Grodd are obvious since they were featured in previous trailers, but why are the heroes included too?

Possible theories for having the DC superheroes on-board among the villains include being a bonus for completing the story campaign, or acquired from there being a secret scenario with them involved. “Enemy mine” team-up and (shock!) brainwashing are also offered as possibilities.

It seems authentic, but for now we’ll consider this screenshot a rumor and we’ll wait until LEGO DC Super-Villains is out before we pass judgment. Anyway, the game is available for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, and will be released October 16.

Edit: The character screen image was taken from a livestream of EGX 2018 in the UK, so it’s all but official and authentic. The Brick Fan has compiled a list of all LEGO DC Super-Villains characters shown in this footage as you can see below.

  1. Custom Character aka. the Newbie/Player
  2. Adam Strange
  3. Anti-Monitor
  4. Aqualad
  5. Aquaman
  6. Ares
  7. Arsenal
  8. Atom
  9. Atomica
  10. Atrocitus
  11. B’dg
  12. Bane
  13. Batgirl
  14. Batman
  15. Batwoman
  16. Beast Boy
  17. Big Barda
  18. Bizarro
  19. Black Adam
  20. Black Canary
  21. Black Manta
  22. Blue Beetle
  23. Booster Gold
  24. Brainiac
  25. Bronze Tiger
  26. Calendar Man
  27. Captain Boomerang
  28. Captain Cold
  29. Cat Woman
  30. Chang Tzu
  31. Cheetah
  32. Chesire
  33. Clayface
  34. Clock King
  35. Commissioner Gordon
  36. Condiment King
  37. Copperhead
  38. Count Veritgo
  39. Creeper
  40. Cyborg
  41. Darksied
  42. Deadshot
  43. Deathstorm
  44. Deathstroke
  45. Desaad
  46. Detective Chimp
  47. Dexxstar
  48. Doctor Fate
  49. Doctor Light
  50. Doctor Poison
  51. Donna Troy
  52. Doomsday
  53. Eclipso
  54. Enchantress
  55. Eradicator
  56. Felix Faust
  57. Firefly
  58. Firestorm
  59. Flash Barry Allen
  60. Flash Wally West
  61. Frankenstein
  62. General Zod
  63. Gentleman Ghost
  64. Gizmo
  65. Golden Glider
  66. Gorilla Grodd
  67. Grail
  68. Granny Goodness
  69. Green Arrow
  70. Green Lantern Hal Jordon
  71. Green Lantern John Stewart
  72. Grid
  73. Harley Quinn
  74. Hawkgirl
  75. Hawkman
  76. Heatwave
  77. Hugo Strange
  78. Huntress
  79. Jessica Cruz
  80. Jinx
  81. Johnny Quick
  82. Joker
  83. Kalibak
  84. Kanto
  85. Katana
  86. Kid Flash
  87. Killer Croc
  88. Killer Frost
  89. King Shark
  90. Kite Man
  91. Klarion the Witch Boy
  92. Krypto
  93. Lady Shiva
  94. Lashina
  95. Lex Luthor
  96. Livewire
  97. Lobo
  98. Lois Lane
  99. Mad Harriet
  100. Malcolm Merlyn
  101. Mammouth
  102. Mantis
  103. Martian Manhunter
  104. Mazah
  105. Mercy Graves
  106. Metallo
  107. Mirror Master
  108. Mister Miracle
  109. Mongrul
  110. Monsier Mallah
  111. Mr. Freeze
  112. Mr. Mxyzptlk
  113. Music Meister
  114. Nightwing
  115. Omac
  116. Orion
  117. Owlman
  118. Parasite
  119. Penguin
  120. Plastic Man
  121. Poison Ivy
  122. Polka Dot Man
  123. Power Ring
  124. Psimon
  125. Psycho Pirate
  126. Ra’s Al Ghul
  127. Rose Wilson
  128. Raven
  129. Red Hood
  130. Red Robin
  131. Red Tornado
  132. Reverse Flash
  133. Riddler
  134. Robin
  135. Scarecrow
  136. Sea King
  137. Shadow
  138. Shazam
  139. Silver Banshee
  140. Simon Baz
  141. Sinestro
  142. Solomon Grundy
  143. Solovar
  144. Starfire
  145. Star Sapphire
  146. Steppenwolf
  147. Stompa
  148. Superboy
  149. Superman
  150. Superwoman
  151. Talon
  152. Terra
  153. Trickster
  154. Trigon
  155. Toyman
  156. Two-Face
  157. Ultra Humanite
  158. Ultraman
  159. Ventriloquist
  160. Virmin V
  161. Vixen
  162. Wonder Girl
  163. Wonder Woman

Rumor Time: Are We to See LEGO Minecraft Buildable Figures in 2019?

There are probably not a lot of franchises licensed by LEGO to make products of, that does well with a “building and construction” theme all on its own. One of those rare properties is the iconic sandbox game Minecraft by Mojang and Microsoft Studios, which does feature lots of building.

Aside from the conventional play sets, LEGO has also fiddled with buildable Minecraft figures in its BrickHeadz line, particularly the latest Steve and Creeper (41612) dual pack. But apparently LEGO is planning more. That’s what this latest rumor courtesy of Brick Fanatics says: a lineup of new LEGO Minecraft buildable figures is set to arrive in 2019.

No specific details have been revealed of course, but speculation has it that this new range of LEGO Minecraft buildable figures will boast a hybrid building system taking elements from “Constraction” sets and System pieces. The resulting figures are said to stand about six feet inches tall.

The LEGO Minecraft line started in 2012, growing out of a fiercely supported submission on LEGO Ideas: Minecraft Micro World (21102) based on an idea by Mojang themselves. The line has grown since then, thanks naturally to the perfect sync of sorts between the two brands’ building and construction themes.

As always, we would like to remind our readers that any news featured on The Brick Show that is flat-out indicated as a rumor, will stay that way until The LEGO Group makes an official announcement about it. For now, if you’re a Minecraft aficionado and haven’t picked up the LEGO BrickHeadz Steve and Creeper (41612) yet, be sure to check it out at shop.LEGO.com.

LEGO BrickHeadz Thanksgiving Turkey (40273) and Mr. and Mrs. Claus (40274) Officially Announced

Earlier this month, LEGO has revealed its first seasonal BrickHeadz set just in time for Halloween. Now that details of the LEGO BrickHeadz Witch (40272) are out, it is just a matter of time before the next seasonal themed BrickHeadz set will make its debut. Thankfully, it didn’t take long for LEGO to do that, and as a welcome surprise, they didn’t just reveal one, but two new BrickHeadz sets that we can expect until the Christmas holiday season. Earlier today, LEGO servers have been updated to include a listing both for the LEGO BrickHeadz Thanksgiving Turkey (40273) and Mr. and Mrs. Claus (40274).

Both sets are now listed at shop.LEGO.com, and will be available beginning October 1, 2018. The Thanksgiving Turkey (40273) follows a similar design from its predecessors – the set contains 114 pieces and features a turkey flanked with several accessories such as white fence pieces, carrots, a pumpkin and some vegetation.

The Mr. and Mrs. Claus (40274) set is the first LEGO BrickHeadz seasonal set that comes as a dual-pack that comes in at 341 pieces. I personally like this build, specially considering how the designers were able to add the similar BrickHeadz accessories on each of the character even as it is bundled as a dual-pack. That cozy, Christmas vibe is perfectly captured in this all so familiar BrickHeadz format.

Take a look at these official images, and if you wish to know more about the details of these newest LEGO BrickHeadz Thanksgiving Turkey (40273) and Mr. and Mrs. Claus (40274) sets, just click on the links below and visit shop.LEGO.com.

LEGO BrickHeadz Thanksgiving Turkey (40273)

Give thanks and prepare for fun celebrations with this cute LEGO® BrickHeadz™ 40273 Thanksgiving Turkey. Check out its yellow beak, brown wings and detachable carrot, plus buildable garden scene with white picket fences, carrots and a pumpkin. This fun construction character also comes with a buildable collector’s baseplate with a seasonal calendar and BrickHeadz logo for easy display in the home, office or anywhere you like.

  • Buildable LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Thanksgiving Turkey construction character features a yellow beak, brown wings and a detachable carrot.
  • Also includes a buildable garden scene with 2 white picket fences, 2 carrots and a pumpkin.
  • Each LEGO® BrickHeadz™ construction character comes with its own buildable collector’s baseplate featuring a seasonal calendar and BrickHeadz logo.
  • Have fun growing your LEGO® BrickHeadz™ collection with other characters from your favorite films, TV series, games and comics.
  • Mash up your LEGO® BrickHeadz™ construction characters to create supercool hybrids or your own amazing characters.
  • Stands over 3” (8cm) tall without baseplate.
  • Baseplate measures over 4” (11cm) wide and 3” (9cm) deep.


LEGO BrickHeadz Mr. and Mrs. Claus (40274)

Invite LEGO® BrickHeadz™ 40274 Mr. & Mrs. Claus into your home for some festive fun. Check out Mr. Claus’ bobbled hat, bushy white beard, brown buckle and detachable sack, plus buildable tree and pile of gifts. Mrs. Claus has a buildable candy stick plus assorted cakes and cookie elements. Each construction character comes with a buildable collector’s baseplate with a seasonal calendar and BrickHeadz logo for easy display by the fireplace, in your office or anywhere you like.

  • Buildable LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Mr. & Mrs. Claus construction characters feature decorated eyes, festive red and white outfits, detachable gift sack and assorted cake and cookie elements.
  • Also includes a buildable tree and a pile of gifts.
  • Each LEGO® BrickHeadz™ construction character comes with its own buildable collector’s baseplate featuring a seasonal calendar and BrickHeadz logo.
  • Have fun growing your LEGO® BrickHeadz™ collection with other characters from your favorite films, TV series, games and comics.
  • Mash up your LEGO® BrickHeadz™ construction characters to create supercool hybrids or your own amazing characters.
  • Each character stands over 3” (8cm) tall without baseplate.
  • Each baseplate measure over 4” (11cm) wide and 2” (7cm) deep.