21 Largest LEGO Mech Builds That You Can Add to Your Collection Today 

If you’re a fan of LEGO and mechs, then you may notice that LEGO mechs have been around for a long time and have always been popular among fans. But if you’re looking for the largest LEGO mech builds, then stay tuned because I’ve compiled a list of 21 of the biggest and most impressive ones you can add to your collection today. These builds range from towering titans from LEGO Monkie Kid to agile combat machines from LEGO Ninjago, each with its own unique style and design.

Tracing back the roots of these largest LEGO mech builds or sets goes way back to the time of LEGO classic themes. When LEGO launched its LEGO Space theme and introduced our very first Cybernaut (6951: Robot Command Center) made of LEGO in 1984, brick-built robots became a staple across LEGO themes and sets.  And if you’re a fan of LEGO mechs, then you have probably noticed that the past 5-7 years have seen a steady increase in the number of these largest LEGO mech sets. Simply put, there are a ton of amazing mech builds out there that you can add to your collection today.

LEGO bricks have always been associated with wonder and creativity, and the introduction of this largest LEGO mech sets into the mix (as far as minifigures are concerned) has taken it to a whole new level. With the ability to create complex, articulated figures with hundreds of LEGO pieces, the possibilities are virtually endless.

And in case you’re wondering where we are right now in terms of LEGO mechs, you may also notice that the majority of these official LEGO mech sets are coming from homegrown themes such as LEGO Ninjago and LEGO Monkie Kid, and licensed ones such as LEGO Marvel Superheroes.  As a rule of thumb, I only considered those sets with more than a 700-piece count in this listing of the largest LEGO mech builds around. Most of these are still available at LEGO.com and Amazon, so if you’re interested to add them to your LEGO mech collection, then you may also click on their respective affiliate links below.

With that out of the way, let’s dive in and check this out.

LEGO Ninjago Dawn of Iron Doom (70626)

704 pieces | Minifigures include Jay, Lloyd, Wu Sensei, Krux, Acronix, and Commander Blunck | Released: January 2017 | Available via Amazon 


The LEGO Movie Emmet’s Construct-o-Mech (70814)

708 pieces | Minifigures include Emmet, Unikitty (Angry Kitty), and Robo Skeletons | Released: June 2014 | Available via Amazon


LEGO Jurrasic World T. rex vs Dino-Mech Battle (75938)

716 pieces | Minifigures include Owen Grady, Claire Dearing, Danny Nedermeyer, Vic Hoskins, T.rex, and Baby Raptors figures | Released: June 2019 | Available via Amazon 


The LEGO Ninjago Movie Garma Mecha Man (70613)

747 pieces | Minifigures include Lloyd, Shark Army Great White, Lord Garmadon, and Pat | Released August 2017 | Available via Amazon


LEGO Ninjago Titan Mech Battle (70737)

754 pieces | Minifigures include Zane, Jay, Samurai X (Nya), Scythe Master Ghoultar, and Blade Master Bansha | Released June 2015 | Available via Amazon


LEGO Ninjago Jay’s Titan Mech (71785)

794 pieces | Minifigures include Jay, Nya, Pixal Bot, Bone Knight, Bone Hunter, and Bone King | Released January 2023 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon


LEGO Ninjago Zane’s Titan Mech Battle (71738)

840 pieces | Minifigures include Jay, Zane, and Ghosts | Released January 2021 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon


LEGO Ninjago Lloyd’s Titan Mech (70676)

876 pieces | Minifigures include Lloyd, Zane, General Vex, Blizzard Warrior, Blizzard Archer, and Blizzard Sword Master | Released June 2019 | Available via Amazon


LEGO Monkie Kid Evil Macaque’s Mech (80033)

893 pieces | Minifigures include Monkie Kid, Mei, Sandy, Savage, and Evil Macaque | Released January 2022 | Available via LEGO.com

Largest LEGO Mech


The LEGO Ninjago Movie Fire Mech (70615)

944 pieces | Minifigures include Kai, Zane, Lauren, Henry, Jelly, and Hammer Head | Released August 2017 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Ninjago Fire Stone Mech (71720)

968 pieces | Minifigures include Kai, Cole, Nya, Munce, and Moe | Released June 2020 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Ninjago Nya’s Samurai X MECH (71775)

1,003 pieces | Minifigures include Jay, Samurai X (Nya), Wu Sensei, Lil’ Nelson, General Pythor, The Mechanic, Vengestone Warrior, Garmadon (Oni) | Released in June 2022 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Monkie Kid Demon Bull King (80010)

1,051 pieces | Minifigures include Monkie Kid, Pigsy, and Princess Iron Fan | Released in May 2020 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Ninjago Ninja Ultra Combo Mech (71765)

1,104 pieces | Minifigures include Jay, Kai, Cole, Zane, Boa Destructor, Cobra Mechanic, and Wu Bot | Released in January 2022 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


The LEGO Ninjago Movie Quake Mech (70632)

1,202 pieces | Minifigures include Cole, Mike the Spike, Misako, Fred Finley, and Crusher | Released in December 2017 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Marvel Superheroes The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition (76105)

1,363 pieces | Minifigure includes an Iron Man Mark 43 Armor | Released in March 2018 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Icons Optimus Prime (10302)

1,508 pieces | Release in June 2022 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon.

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Monkie Kid Monkey King Warrior Mech (80012)

1,629 pieces | Minifigures include Monkie Kid, Jia, An, Ironclad Henchman, General Ironclad, and Monkey King | Released in May 2020 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Monkie Kid Monkey King Ultra Mech (80045)

1,705 pieces | Minifigures include Monkie Kid, Mr. Tang, Monkey King, Yellow Tusk Elephant, Azure Lion, and the Golden-Winged Eagle | Released January 2023 | Available via LEGO.com

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Ideas Voltron (21311)

2,321 pieces | Released in August 2018 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Marvel Superheroes Hulkbuster (76210)

4,049 pieces | Minifigure includes Tony Stark | Released November 2022 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


New LEGO Ninjago Summer 2023 Mech First Set Image Spotted Online 

It seems that more information about the LEGO Ninjago Summer 2023 mech and sets will be out anytime soon as our first image from this upcoming wave has surfaced online. In a now-deleted Facebook post, LEGO’s Czechoslovakia presumably posted an image of a new LEGO Ninjago Mech that will be part of the theme’s Summer 2023 collection.

This upcoming set is rumored to be the LEGO Ninjago Lloyd & Arin’s Ninja Team Mechs (71794) and is expected to comprise of 764 pieces retailing for 80 Euros.  It features two mech builds, the larger one looking similar to 2018’s Oni Titan (70658) in terms of height and headgear. I like the more sleek appearance of this build, with the brick-built mech wielding a bladed staff instead of twin blades. The legs and feet were even designed to make it more similar to the gear worn by ancient Japanese warriors, with wooden clogs to accentuate its oriental origins. Check out the photo of this upcoming LEGO Ninjago Summer 2023 mech.

The smaller yellow build follows a similar aesthetic and seems to function as a support mech for Lloyd’s battle-ready robot suit. From the looks of it, the set will feature five minifigures but it’s quite difficult to identify the other three characters from the quality of the photo.

As I’ve mentioned, the original Facebook post was removed by the author eventually. But thanks to other LEGO fan blogs like Jay’s Brick Blog, we are now able to catch a glimpse of what to expect from LEGO Ninjago’s Summer 2023 wave. Additionally, Pricevortex managed to include the names of the sets included in this next series of LEGO Ninjago sets which is expected to arrive in June. To be more accurate, these names were floating on the Internet since late December of last year. Check out this list together with their expected number of pieces and retail price.

I’ll keep you posted once official images and product descriptions are in order.

Kai’s Dragon Power: Tornado Spinjitzu (71777)

72 pieces | 9.99

Nya’s Dragon Power: Drifting Spinjitzu (71778)

57 pieces | 9.99 Euros

Lloyd’s Dragon Power: Cyclone Spinjitzu (71779)

56 pieces | 9.99 Euros

Kai & Ras: Car & Bike Battle (71789)

103 pieces | 19.99 Euros

Imperium Dragon Slayer Hound (71790)

198 pieces | 19.99 Euros

Zane’s Dragon Power: Spinjitzu Race Car (71791)

307 pieces | 34.99 Euros

Sora’s Transforming Racing Bike (71792)

384 pieces | 44.99 Euros

Heatwave Transforming Lava Dragon (71793)

479 pieces | 49.99 Euros

Lloyd & Arin’s Ninja Team Mechs (71794)

764 pieces | 79.99 Euros

Temple of the Dragon Energy Cores (71795)

??? pieces | 89.99 Euros

Elemental Dragon vs. Empress’s Mech (71796)

1,038 pieces | 99.99 Euros

Destiny’s Bounty: Race Against Time (71797)

1,739 pieces | 139.99 Euros

Nya and Arin’s Baby Dragon Battle (71798)

??? pieces | 29.99 Euros

Ninjago City Markets (71799)

??? pieces | 369.99 Euros

More Than a Dozen 2023 LEGO Polybags Launching Next Month

With all the excitement surrounding some of the largest and most eye-catching LEGO sets to be launched next year, it’s kind of easy to overlook that there are plenty of 2023 LEGO polybags that will also launch come by January. And with more than a dozen polybags to collect coming from homegrown LEGO themes, there’s surely something for everyone.

From LEGO City, Friends, Creator, and more, this initial wave of 2023 LEGO polybags is expected to be available in-store at all LEGO brand and certified stores, including partner stores. Some of these also come with new pieces or minifigures that you may want to add to your collection as well.

Traditionally, they are only available for in-store purchases as a nice add-on to your LEGO purchase costing you only around $4 or less.

Take a look at these polybags and let me know which of these you would to have in your cart.

LEGO Friends Skate Ramp (30633)

LEGO Friends Friendship Flowers (30634)

LEGO DOTS Animal Tray and Bag Tag (30637)

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LEGO City Police Bike Training (30638)

LEGO City Dog Park and Scooter (30639)

LEGO Creator Panda (30641)

LEGO Creator Birthday Train (30642)

LEGO Creator Vintage Car (30644)

LEGO Duplo Whale (30648)

LEGO Ninjago Ice Dragon Creature (30649)

LEGO Technic Forklift with Pallet (30655)

LEGO Monkie Kid Monkey King Marketplace (30656)

LEGO DOTS Extra Dots Series 8 (41803)


LEGO Ninjago 2023 Sets Officially Listed at LEGO.com

LEGO has finally unveiled its line-up of LEGO Ninjago 2023 sets, expected to arrive in early January next year. As an offshoot of this year’s LEGO Core subtheme, most of these new EVO-inspired sets allow younger LEGO builders to upgrade or enhance them and unlock new play features.

There’s a total of 10 sets to expect from this LEGO Ninjago 2023 offering, and it’s nice to see that with these, LEGO seems to be focusing more on attracting new and younger fans to the LEGO Ninjago franchise. The series together with its tie-in TV shows and animated films have been running for more than 11 years already since its inception in 2011. The final episodes of the LEGO Ninjago series were concluded early this year, and we just have to wait and see if these new 2023 offerings will give us a hint about what’s in store for one of LEGO’s longest-running series.

Check out the official images below, and you may click on the following affiliate links below if you wish to know more and add them to your LEGO wishlist for 2023.

Kai’s Ninja Race Car EVO (71780)

94 pieces | Includes Kai minifigure | $9.99

Let ninja fans aged 6+ enjoy fast thrills with Kai’s Ninja Race Car EVO (71780) building set. This LEGO® NINJAGO® car toy features an opening cockpit and an impressive golden wing spoiler on the back. It can be upgraded from an off-road vehicle into a street race car by swapping its 4 wheels.

LEGO Ninjago 2023


Lloyd’s Mech Battle EVO (71781)

223 pieces | Includes Golden Lloyd and Bone Warrior minifigures | $19.99

Kids aged 6+ will be excited to learn all about the fantasy action world of LEGO® NINJAGO® through building and playing with Lloyd’s Mech Battle EVO (71781). The playset features 2 posable mechs, both armed with cool weapons, so kids can stage gripping battles. Kids can upgrade Lloyd’s mech with golden armor and wings to help him triumph.


Cole’s Earth Dragon EVO (71782)

285 pieces | Includes Cole and Bone Scorpio minifigures | $34.99

Kids aged 7+ will be excited to stage enthralling battles with this LEGO® NINJAGO® Cole’s Earth Dragon EVO (71782) playset. During the action, kids can upgrade the posable dragon toy to make it even bigger and more powerful by adding golden wings, horns, and a tail.

LEGO Ninjago 2023


Kai’s Mech Rider EVO (71783)

312 pieces | Includes Kai, Naya, Bone King, and Bone Hunter minifigures | $44.99 

Little builders aged 7+ and fans of cool vehicles can stage their own good vs. evil fantasy showdowns with this action-packed Kai’s Mech Rider EVO (71783) playset. It features a posable mech and a cool motorbike, which can be upgraded into a bigger model by adding golden side panels and a large golden blade.

LEGO Ninjago 2023


Jay’s Lightning Jet EVO (71784)

146 pieces | Includes a Jay minifigure | $9.99

Give ninja fans aged 7+ the chance to soar into the skies over NINJAGO® City with Jay’s Lightning Jet EVO (71784). This super cool jet can be upgraded into an even bigger and more intimidating model by adding 2 stud shooters, golden blades, and a golden rudder.


Jay’s Titan Mech (71785)

794 pieces | Includes Jay, Nya, Bone King, Bone Knight, and Bone Hunter minifigures

Kids aged 9+ will enjoy playing out nonstop, gripping ninja action with this LEGO® NINJAGO® Jay’s Titan Mech (71785) building set. The posable toy mech features a cockpit on its chest for Jay, a large dragon blade, 2 katana swords, and 2 shooters mounted on its shoulders.

LEGO Ninjago 2023


Zane’s Ice Dragon Creature (71786)

973 pieces | Includes Zane, Pixal, Bone Knight, Bone Warrior, and Bone King minifigures | $99.99

The LEGO® NINJAGO® Zane’s Ice Dragon Creature (71786) playset is packed with everything kids aged 10+ need to enjoy role-play with their ninja heroes. This 2-in-1 NINJAGO model can be built into a posable ice dragon with 6 legs, a long tail, horns, and wings with golden blades and then rebuilt into a posable dragon warrior standing on 2 legs and holding a large golden blade.


Creative Ninja Brick Box (71787)

530 pieces | Includes Nya, Kai, Master Wu, Male and Female Apprentices, and Bone Hunter minifigures | $59.99

This LEGO® NINJAGO® Creative Ninja Brick Box (71787) comes with everything ninja fans aged 5+ need to train up their heroes and enjoy endless hours of action. The building set features 3 buildings, an obstacle course with 3 interactive stations, an armory packed with weapons, a ninja car, and a ninja motorbike.

LEGO Ninjago 2023


Lloyd’s Ninja Street Bike (71788)

64 pieces | Includes Jay and Bone Guard minifigures | $9.99

LEGO® NINJAGO® Lloyd’s Ninja Street Bike (71788) makes a great gift for kids aged 4+ to help them develop both their building and storytelling skills. It includes a super cool ninja motorbike, a bone temple, and 2 minifigures, Jay and Bone Guard, to stage countless fun-filled adventures.


Nya’s Water Dragon EVO (71800)

173 pieces | Includes Nya, Lloyd, and Bone Guard minifigures | $19.99

Ninja fans aged 6+ play out gripping adventures in the air, in the sea, or on the ground with Nya’s Water Dragon EVO (71800). The impressive LEGO® dragon features a posable head, jaw, legs, and wings, plus a tail that can be used as a weapon. It also has a saddle for Nya to sit in, and it can be upgraded with golden elements to make it even bigger and stronger.

LEGO Ninjago 2023


SDCC ’22 LEGO Panel: Ninjago-es On

San Diego Comic Con 2022 is now behind us, and we congratulate them for pulling it off. It was definitely nice to see plenty of new upcoming media from a wide variety of sources. Of course, we include LEGO among them. Already we got a taste of some LEGO set tie-ins with “Avatar: The Way of Water” for example. But LEGO also has its own original content that’s been consistent hits with kids worldwide. They’ll never let us forget about their “Ninjago” animated series, which has been on for double-digit seasons already. SDCC gave the perfect opportunity to tell fans what’s in store later on.

As reported by The Brick Fan, new info on the continuation of current LEGO Ninjago season surfaced at SDCC22. “Ninjago: Crystalized” started just this past May, with 12 episodes premiered. The rest, according to the LEGO Entertainment panel, will premiere October. In the US, that comes by way of Netflix exclusively. Only Nickelodeon Denmark and Canada’s YTV and Teletoon still carry the series on good old TV channels. The only other hints given on plot points for “Crystalized” involve more screentime for Dareth and Harumi.

But that’s not all. “LEGO Ninjago” animation will not yet end anytime soon. Another season is in the works that’ll premiere in 2023. The series production team can only hint at the next part of the saga being “new” and “different”. That doesn’t mean a reboot however. More info might come to light when next year’s first LEGO Ninjago wave gets teased towards the Holidays. Aside from “Ninjago”, the LEGO panel at SDCC showcased some LEGO Star Wars shorts. They also had “LEGO Masters US” judges Jamie and Amy hype season 3. That one premieres on September 21 at FOX.

German Retailer Lists Multiple Upcoming LEGO Sets Including Optimus Prime (10302), More Ninjago

Through thick and thin, LEGO strives to maintain a regular product release schedule year in and out. And while the best source on set launches would be LEGO themselves, sometimes retailers would jump the gun. These early announcements can contain the most exciting LEGO set notices, which we must wait for until confirmed or debunked. Last February we caught wind of a LEGO set for a mega-franchise from fellow toy giant Hasbro. Who could imagine a LEGO-Hasbro collaboration to make LEGO Transformers? That rumor, plus other LEGO items, just got their advance product reveal courtesy of an online German retailer.

The Brick Fan tells us that some upcoming LEGO sets now grace the online listings of Wagner’s in Germany. This listing includes the aforementioned long-rumored LEGO Optimus Prime (10302), from Hasbro’s “Transformers.” Not your thing? How about tie-ins for James Cameron’s “Avatar” particularly the sequel arriving late this year? We also have early mentions of the expected 2022 Advent Calendars, if you collect those. Here’s a rundown of what to expect from several major LEGO themes all through the year.

  • Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) – 1,476 pieces | €139.99
  • Iron Man Hall of Armor (76216) –496 pieces | €89.99
  • Baby Groot (76217) – 476 pieces | €49.99
  • Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum (76218) – 2,708 pieces | €219.99
  • 2022 Advent Calendar (76231) – 268 pieces | €34.99
  • Dragon Temple (71759) – 161 pieces | €39.99
  • Jay’s Golden Dragon Motorbike (71768) – 137 pieces | €19.99
  • Cole’s Dragon Racer (71769) – 384 pieces | €44.99
  • Zane’s Gold Dragon Jet (71770) – 258 pieces | €29.99
  • Temple of the Crystal King (71771) –703 pieces | €79.99
  • The Crystal King (71772) – 722 pieces | €59.99
  • Kai’s Gold Dragon Raider (71773) –624 pieces | €84.99
  • Lloyd’s Ultra Gold Dragon (71774) – 989 pieces | €139.99
  • Nya’s Samurai X-Mech (71775) – 1,003 pieces | €109.99
Speed Champions
  • 007 Aston Martin DB5 (76911) – 298 pieces | €19.99
  • Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger R/T (76912) – 345 pieces | €19.99
Star Wars
  • The Justifier (75323) – 1,022 pieces | €159.99
  • AT-ST (75332) – 87 pieces | €29.99
  • Obi-Wan’s Spaceship (75333) – 282 pieces | €29.99
  • Obi-Wan & Darth Vader (75334) –408 pieces | €49.99
  • BD-1 (75335) – 1,062 pieces | €99.99
  • Kenobi’s Spaceship (75336) – 924 pieces | €99.99
  • AT-TE (75337) – 1,082 pieces | €139.99
  • 2022 Advent Calendar (75340) – 329 pieces | €34.99
Transformers (18+)
  • Optimus Prime (10302) – 1,508 pieces | €169.99

Sets Unnamed Yet

  •  (75571) – 560 pieces | €39.99
  •  (75572) – 572 pieces | €54.99
  •  (75573) – 887 pieces | €89.99
  •  (75574) – 1,212 pieces | €139.99
  •  (71411) – 2,807 pieces | €229.99
Super Mario
  •  (71410) – 1,476 pieces | €5.99

Huge March 1 LEGO Set Launch Recap

Hey, it’s the first day of the month once again. March 1, 2022. By this point the New Year must no longer feel so new. Before we go off track however, we’ll get right down to what this update is about: first-day LEGO product launches. We certainly enjoyed covering these sets when they first officially came out. And like before, for your easy reference we’re collecting their LEGO.com product listings together here. Our big thanks again to The Brick Fan for any March 1-releasing LEGO product we may have missed. Also linked are our past articles, if we caught them.

Creator Expert
  • Police Station Helicopter (10959)
  • Police Motorcycle (10967)
  • Doctor Visit (10968)
  • Fire Station Helicopter (10970)
  • Green Building Plate (10980)
LEGO Classic
  • Creative Monsters (11017)
  • Creative Ocean Fun (11018)
  • Bricks and Functions (11019)
  • Green Baseplate (11023)
  • Gray Baseplate (11024)
  • Blue Baseplate (11025)
  • White Baseplate (11026)
Creator 3-in-1
LEGO Creator
LEGO Friends
  • Pet Clinic Ambulance (41694)
  • Pet Playground (41698)
  • Pet Adoption Cafe (41699)
  • Vacation Beach House (41709)
  • Pet Day-Care Center (41718)
  • Bag Tags Mega Pack – Messaging (41949)
  • Lots of DOTS – Lettering (41950)
  • Message Board (41951)
  • Big Message Board (41952)
LEGO Disney
  • Ariel’s Underwater Palace (43207)
  • Elsa and the Nokk’s Ice Stable (43209)
  • Lunar Roving Vehicle (60348)
  • Lunar Space Station (60349)
  • Lunar Research Base (60350)
  • Rocket Launch Center (60351)
  • Kai’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70688)
  • Lloyd’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70689)
  • Jay’s Spinjitzu Ninja Training (70690)
  • Ninja Training Center (71764)
LEGO Star Wars
LEGO Marvel
LEGO Harry Potter
Speed Champions
  • 1970 Ferrari 512 M (76906)
  • Lotus Evija (76907)
  • Lamborghini Countach (76908)
  • Mercedes-AMG F1 W12 E Performance & Mercedes-AMG Project One (76909)
  • Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro & Aston Martin Vantage GT3 (76910)

Enjoy your LEGO Shopping!

LEGO Catalog Preview of 2022 Ninjago Sets

The German LEGO catalog covering the first half of 2022 has a lot of awesome upcoming sets lined up. Honestly, we’ve only been scratching the tip of the iceberg with this. Next to be put on the spotlight by us in The Brick Show is hit LEGO theme Ninjago. A great deal has been made of Ninjago and its tie-in animated series going on beyond its first decade. This catalog gives us, especially Ninjago collectors, a glimpse of the future as of next year. It’s a blend of new and old, including sets hearkening back to the days of Spinjitzu.

As told by Brick Fanatics, the LEGO Ninjago early-2022 launches will include three Ninjago Spinjitzu spinner sets. Actually, those three are the standalones, with a fourth being part of a larger set. We also have a preview on what evil mooks our Ninjago heroes will face in the upcoming season. Minifigs with unusual head-pieces like these snake-men really stand out. Anyway, let’s summarize the details.

Spinjitzu Ninja Training – €9.99/$11.20

  • Kai (70688)
  • Lloyd (70689)
  • Jay (70690)
Other sets

  • Ninja Training Center (71763) – €39.99/$45.19
  • Ninja Dojo Temple (71767) – €99.99/$112.99

All names were roughly translated from German while $ pricings are direct conversions. Expect these Ninjago sets to release around January-March next year.

More 2022 LEGO Polybag Images Surface

Early this month, we covered the reveal of the first LEGO polybags noted to be coming next year. Already we at The Brick Show felt that this batch of 2022 polys would only be the tip of the iceberg. Indeed they were, even if that was barely a surprise. Small and simple as they are, multiple unique LEGO polybags can be churned out in a year. Promobricks.de gives us word of these new reveals, courtesy of brickdex.io, a new price comparison platform. We’ve got multiple polybags under major LEGO themes unlike last time. There’s still no word however on which polybags will sell in-store and which are promo items only.

  • Police Robot Unit (30587)

  • Go-Kart Racer (30589)

  • 3-in-1 Tropical Parrot (30581)

  • Birthday Bear (30582)

  • Monster Truck (30594)

  • The Batman – Batmobile (30455)

  • Pineapple Photo Holder (30560)

  • Mini Thunder Raider (30592)

  • Lloyd Suit Mech (30593)

LEGO Employee Gift 2021 Also Celebrates 10 Years of Ninjago

Every year-end Holiday season, LEGO employees have something to look forward to beyond bonuses and benefits. They get to bring home for free a product from their own hard work, manufactured specifically for the occasion. And in addition to commemorating the gift-giving season, these employee gift sets also celebrate any current theme milestone anniversary. Earlier this week Thomas Andreasen, co-creator of LEGO Ninjago, posted his gift on social media. As confirmed by Brick Fanatics (and made obvious by the revealer), the 2021 LEGO employee gift celebrates Ninjago’s first decade. It also posits how the Ninjago universe observes the Christmas Holiday.

As seen in Andreasen’s Twitter post, the LEGO Ninjago Temple of Celebrations (4002021) is this year’s LEGO employee gift. The set has 1,320 pieces and 11 Ninjago minifigures, including a Santa Garmadon. The back of the box contains a dedication from LEGO in eight languages. Andreasen also claims the set contains some of his written Holiday poems. He does add in a disclaimer that the set doesn’t confirm the existence of Christmas in the Ninjago setting. As always, a LEGO employee gift set officially goes only to employees. But Temple of Celebrations might be found on eBay and aftermarket platforms.