LEGO Ninjago Dragon Hunter (30547) Polybag Found

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. read more

More Box Art Images of the LEGO Unikitty! Sets

Though the LEGO Unikitty! sets have been revealed a few weeks ago, we never saw anything beyond its front box art and its roughly translated product descriptions. Slated to be released next month, we’re still waiting for additional images to pop up so we can have a better look at each set’s play features. read more

First Look At the LEGO Unikitty! Collectible Figures Series 1 (41775) Blind Bags

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. read more

LEGOLAND and eBay Discovery: LEGO Unikitty Roller Coaster Wagon (30406) Polybag

When you’re a character who became breakout popular in a film where you’re just part of a supporting cast, and you get your very own TV show afterwards, you can almost bet that the merchandising won’t be that far behind. This is the lucky break of LEGO Movie’s mascot character Unikitty. read more

Kessel Run Millennium Falcon (75212) Built by Chewbacca on Latest “Star Wars Show” Web Video Skit

Just when we were ready to proclaim the LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon model (75192) as the pinnacle of LEGO creating a model of the famous space freighter, we got introduced to the Kessel Run version (75212); while not a UCS set, you can’t say no to the “newness”. read more