Now that Netflix’s hit retro sci-fi series, Stranger Things is officially confirmed for a third season run, fans are now excited about how things will turn out in the quiet town of Hawkins, well on the surface that is. Most of us who binged watch all over Season 2 knows for a fact that there are more than meets the eye in Season 2 finale’s episode. The ominous image of the still yet to be named monstrous creature looming over at the Upside Down town of Hawkins is enough for any fan to get hooked and wait excitedly on what the Duffer Brothers will cook up next.
Toys are a concept that will never go out of style and toy brands, especially the major long-runners that have been around for years or decades, will always be in the hearts of many grown-ups. This has been the concept of The Toys that Made Us, a miniseries on Netflix.
Fans of the LEGO Movie and its corresponding sets may be happy to know that our favorite feline (or unicorn) of positivity may soon have an entire series of LEGO sets under her name. The breakout star of 2014’s The LEGO Movie did gain a good deal of followers and some LEGO sets to her credit. She may not have received the same glamor treatment as that of Batman, with his very own moment on the big screen and a relatively huge number of LEGO sets under his belt, but LEGO did give her some separate screen time when Cartoon Network recently launched an animated series dedicated to Unikitty’s wacky adventures along with the rest of her zany new friends.
This was just out courtesy of BrickFanatics: It seems that LEGO has more great surprises in store for the summer of 2018. These come in some possible new sets for two of their product lineups, that of their Disney tie-ins as well as for the girls-oriented LEGO Friends label.
Ok, I promise to be a bit moderate with these reveals (aka leaks) for now. After the reveal of the LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle (21313), the 2018 Summer LEGO Technic sets, and the uber cool LEGO Creator Roller Coaster (31084), here comes another collection of LEGO sets to watch out for in June, 2018. Frankly, this has been floating around the Internet for quite some time and thanks to various sources, we now have a somewhat better idea of what to expect from the Summer LEGO Ninjago Masters of Spinjitzu sets next year. Please pardon me for the deliberately horrendous blurred images; but if you’re already in the know, then I’m sure you wouldn’t mind seeing them like this.