Disney XD recently launched a contest that will let you push your creative Force into hyperdrive. In just 160 words, Disney XD challenges you to write the wackiest, zaniest and most creative story that you can come up with on how to use the Force. Four padawan writers will be selected and will have their creative ideas featured in Disney XD in the typical, comedic fashion similar to the short animated videos we see over at LEGO.com or during program breaks on the Disney XD channel. Other than the bragging rights on having their story brought to life using LEGO bricks, these four Force-sensitive souls will also have the chance to win a LEGO Star Wars First Order Snowspeeder (75126), while ten runner-ups will be awarded with LEGO Star Wars Battle on Takodana (75139) sets.
LEGO’s Christmas set has been finally revealed, and we can’t wait to get on board! The LEGO Creator Winter Holiday Train (10254) is the our next direct-to-consumer set which will be made available for early access for all VIP members on September 15, as teased in LEGO’s September Store Calendar. The Winter Train will be released alongside another exclusive D2C set rumored to be the LEGO Star Wars UCS Death Star (75159). The Christmas themed advanced model will be available at all major LEGO distributors and LEGO Stores by October 1. The set contains 734 pieces, including 16 tracks and 5 minifigures, retailing at $99.99 in the US.
PlayStation owners can now have access to an exclusive LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens Level Pack entitled The Phantom Limb. The said Level Pack follows the story of C-3PO and his posse of droids as their ship crashes on the planet Taul, with its acid rain environment and droid-eating spiders. It is not exactly what you can call a vacation, especially for a protocol droid.
He left us ecstatic with his brick-built minifigures of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, and this time LegoJalex (aka Johan Alexanderson) is at it again with a cool line up custom-built LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz, with a wobble head twist. Even at first glance, his MOC was already impressive as it is, taking hints from LEGO’s recent line of BrickHeadz figures.