More LEGO BrickHeadz Disney 2021 Sets Arriving This Summer

It’s a long time coming, but it’s nice to see that Donald’s LEGO BrickHeadz version will finally have a partner that has been on the wishlist of LEGO BrickHeadz fans for almost a year. Thanks to a now-removed reference from the LEGO Customer Service portal, we can confirm that there are two LEGO BrickHeadz Disney 2021 sets that will be arriving this summer.

This particular reference came in the form of building instructions that were posted quite too early. And thanks to these building instructions, we can have a good look at what’s in store with these sets.

First off, we will be having a new LEGO BrickHeadz Daisy Duck (40476) set, expected to retail for 9.99 Euros. The set comes with two 1×4 printed tiles and a nice brick-built pink ribbon accessory. Needless to say, this particular set will go very well with the LEGO BrickHeadz Donald Duck (40377).

Next is what seems to be the second of its kind following the same set concept as that of the LEGO BrickHeadz Harry, Hermione, Ron, & Hagrid (40495) set. And from the Disney subtheme, we got a Duck Tales-inspired set in the form of the LEGO BrickHeadz Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey, & Louie (40477). The set features the entire gang, with the siblings following the same build identifiable only through their colored tiles.

We do not have further details about these LEGO BrickHeadz Disney 2021 sets such as their piece count and retail price except for the possibility that they will arrive in June 2021. I will update this post once official info comes out from LEGO Shop@Home. In the meantime, be sure to keep tabs with us here on our blog site for more LEGO-related news.

Thanks to Promobricks for the heads-up.

LEGO BrickHeadz Voldemort, Nagini & Bellatrix (40496) Revealed

Following the recent reveal of a new LEGO BrickHeadz Harry Potter pack in the form of set 40495, we now have another one that we can add to our collection this June. This time around LEGO BrickHeadz fans can expect the arrival of a 3-pack, LEGO BrickHeadz Voldemort, Nagini & Bellatrix (40496) set.

Thanks to info shared by Promobricks, we can expect this new set to arrive in June alongside its Hogwarts counterparts. This LEGO BrickHeadz version of the “One Who Must Not Be named”, along with some of his cohorts, gives their characters a bit of LEGO humor and a certain degree of brick cuteness. I simply love the way Nagini turned out, giving the iconic Horcrux a bit of a chibi vibe. Bellatrix is easily recognizable as well, with her classic locks of hair replicated using those round 2×2 plates.

The LEGO BrickHeadz Voldemort, Nagini & Bellatrix (40496) is now the 7th BrickHeadz set from its Wizarding World subtheme, slated to be released in June. It clocks in at 344 pieces and is expected to retail around the $20-$25 price point. Since the box art has already made its appearance in the wild, we can expect this to be listed over at LEGO Shop@Home anytime soon.

LEGO Brickheadz Minions Now Available at LEGO’s Online Store

Other than the LEGO Marvel Shang-Chi sets making their appearance over at LEGO’s online store, another pair of cinematic tie-ins has now been officially included in LEGO servers. While the LEGO Brickheadz Minions made their debut in Australia a couple of days ago, Brickheadz collectors in the US will be pleased to know that they are now available for purchase over at LEGO Shop@Home.

Other than the regular sets that are already up on the shopping site, these new members to the ever-growing Brickheadz collection are a very much welcomed gesture. Check out their official images below together with their product descriptions. And if you wish to add these new LEGO Brickheadz Minions to your LEGO shopping cart, kindly do us a favor and click the following LEGO affiliate links below.

LEGO Brickheadz Gru, Stuart, and Otto (40420)

244 pieces | $19.99

LEGO Brickheadz Minions

LEGO Brickheadz Minions

LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Gru, Stuart, and Otto (40420) features 3 characters from the Minions movie: Gru, Minion Stuart, and Minion Otto with a zodiac stone. They are all part of the LEGO BrickHeadz collection and come with their own character ID and a sturdy baseplate for easy display, either individually, as a group, or alongside other BrickHeadz models.

  • This collectible building set lets kids construct fun LEGO® BrickHeadz™ models of 3 recognizable characters from the Rise of Gru movie.
  • A great gift for LEGO® and Minions fans, this set provides an age-appropriate build-and-play experience for kids aged 10 and up.
  • Combine with LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Belle Bottom, Kevin, and Bob 40421 for even more mischievous fun.
  • With Gru standing over 3” (8cm) tall and his Minion buddies over 2” (6cm) tall, this 244-piece buildable toy delivers big creative fun as kids build, play, and display.

 

LEGO Brickheadz Belle Bottom, Kevin, and Bob (40421)

309 pieces | $19.99

LEGO Brickheadz Minions

LEGO Brickheadz Minions

LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Belle Bottom, Kevin, and Bob (40421) features 3 characters from the Minions movie: Belle Bottom, Minion Kevin, and Minion Bob with a weapon. Like all models from the LEGO BrickHeadz collection, these 3 each come with a unique character ID and a sturdy baseplate for easy display, whether individually, as a group, or alongside other BrickHeadz models.

  • This 309-piece, buildable toy enables kids to construct 3 familiar LEGO® BrickHeadz™ characters from the Rise of Gru movie.
  • A great gift for LEGO® and Minions fans, this set provides an age-appropriate build-and-play experience for kids aged 10 and up.
  • Combine with LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Gru, Stuart, and Otto 40420 for even more mischievous fun.
  • Belle Bottom stands over 3” (9cm) tall, Minion Kevin over 3” (8cm) tall, and Minion Bob over 1” (5cm), giving kids big fun as they build, play, and display.

LEGO Brickheadz Harry, Hermione, Ron & Hagrid (40495) Set Discovered

Just after sharing our first box art images of the LEGO Brickheadz Minions sets, Promobricks is back with another brick-built bobblehead reveal. We can confirm and expect that another LEGO Brickheadz set is about to join the ever-expanding Wizarding World of Harry Potter, thanks to Czech online store, Heureka. The LEGO Brickheadz Harry, Hermione, Ron & Hagrid (40495) set features the main protagonists of the Harry Potter franchise with the said offering being the largest Brickheadz set of to date in terms of the number of characters included. Unfortunately, we don’t have much information about this set as of this posting since the details on Heureka’s website are also scant in the meantime.

This latest LEGO Brickheadz set also renders Harry, Hermione, and Ron during their early years in Hogwarts. They also seem to be built on a smaller 3×3 base, as opposed to the standard 4×4. Each of them also sports a 1×3 printed tile for their uniform’s tie and shirt. I have to say that it’s interesting to see these little versions alongside their larger Brickheadz cousins such as those found in 2018’s Harry Potter and Hedwig (41615), Hermione Granger (41616), and Ron Weasley & Albus Dumbledore (41621). However, I have to say that this new mini Brickheadz version of Harry will take some time of getting used to.  Particularly because of those rather oversized eyeglasses. I feel that it does not sit well with the overall Brickheadz design.

This latest set also seems to feature a new, LEGO Brickheadz version of Hagrid. It’s not a major kind of revision but it’s nice to see Hagrid coming in with a unique printed tile of his own to accentuate his fashion. His first LEGO Brickheadz version from last year in the form Hagrid & Buckbeak (40412) did not come with any printed part or accessory. So this most recent iteration is a bit of an improvement.

The LEGO Brickheadz Harry, Hermione, Ron & Hagrid (40495) is not yet posted over at LEGO Shop@Home. But we can safely assume that we will probably hear more about it in the coming weeks, with an anticipated release date of June 2021. So what do you think of this new Brickheadz set? Let me know what you think in the comments below.

LEGO Brickheadz Minions Sets Spotted in the Wild

It looks like LEGO fans in Australia may have the better end of the deal on this one, especially if you’re an avid collector of LEGO Brickheadz and Universal Pictures adorable little yellow guys. Promobricks has just shared our first look at some of the box arts of the upcoming LEGO Brickheadz Minions The Rise of Gru sets. Check this out.

According to a report from Promobricks, these box art images started circulating over the Australian LEGO fan community when a LEGO-certified store in the region somehow posted these sets quite earlier than expected. However, it seems that these newest LEGO Brickheadz entries were taken down already, with the sets no longer listed as of this posting.

These pair of LEGO Brickheadz Minions sets both features a three-character pack, giving the film’s humorous characters their first-ever Brickheadz treatment.  Set 40421 features Bob, Kevin, and Belle Bottom – a new villain in the Despicable Me franchise. A new Minion character is also introduced in the movie and is likewise given his first LEGO rendition. As such, set 40420 includes Bob, Stuart, and a new yellow cutie in town, Otto. And in case you missed it, you may want to check the film’s official trailer to have a glimpse of these new characters.

Though we don’t have any other information about these new LEGO Brickheadz other than their box art images, we can expect a steady stream of news in the coming weeks as we anticipate these sets to arrive sometime in June. And though these new Brickheadz sets are yet to appear via LEGO’s online shopping portal, LEGO has also dedicated new LEGO sets under the Minions theme. Be sure to check them out as well over at LEGO Shop@Home. In the meantime, let’s take a look at these. I’ll update this post once new info comes in.

LEGO Brickheadz Minions (40420)

LEGO Brickheadz Minions

LEGO Brickheadz Minions (40421)*

LEGO Brickheadz Minions

 

*Image courtesy of LEGO Masters Australia’s Dawei. 

LEGO BrickHeadz Pets Goldfish and Budgie Arriving in March

Two new LEGO BrickHeadz Pets are now added to the roster of our brick-built “home companions”.  LEGO Shop@Home has now been updated to include the LEGO BrickHeadz Pets Goldfish (40442) and Budgie (40443) sets, scheduled for release this March 1st.

First revealed towards the end of 2021, the LEGO BrickHeadz Pets comes as a sort of dual-pack set featuring two separate versions of our fish and feathered friends. Check out the following affiliate links below if you wish to add these sets to your LEGO wishlist. These new LEGO BrickHeadz Pets are expected to retail for $14.99 starting next month.

Goldfish (40442)

186 pieces | $14.99 

LEGO BrickHeadz Pets LEGO BrickHeadz Pets

Kids who love animals will adore this BrickHeadz™ Goldfish (40442) build-and-display set. The goldfish and fry both sit on iconic BrickHeadz stands and look as if they’re ready to blow bubbles underwater. The stands fit into a sturdy, blue base that includes coral and plants and comes with 2 stickers – 1 with bubbles, 1 with corals – for decorating the base. This buildable pet set is a perfect gift for all kids, BrickHeadz collectors, and pet lovers.

  • Collectible construction set featuring fun LEGO® BrickHeadz™ models of a goldfish and fry together in a water environment.
  • Makes a great gift for LEGO® fans, BrickHeadz™ collectors, and pet lovers aged 8 and up.
  • Standing over 3.5 in. (10 cm) high, this 186-piece model features coral and plants, plus 2 stickers – 1 with bubbles, 1 with corals – for decorating the base.

 

Budgie (40443)

261 pieces | $14.99

LEGO BrickHeadz Pets LEGO BrickHeadz Pets

Bird fans will flock to this BrickHeadz™ Budgie (40443) build-and-display set. The budgie and chick both sit on iconic BrickHeadz stands designed to look like wooden bird perches. The stands fit into a sturdy brown base that resembles the bottom of a birdcage and comes with 2 stickers – 1 with feathers, 1 with footprints – for decorating the base. This buildable pet set is a perfect gift for all kids, BrickHeadz collectors, and anyone who loves birds.

  • Collectible construction set featuring cute LEGO® BrickHeadz™ models of a budgie and chick together on brick-built stands that fit into a cage bottom-style base.
  • Makes a great gift for LEGO® fans, BrickHeadz™ collectors, and pet lovers aged 8 and up.
  • Standing over 3 in. (9 cm) high, this 261-piece model features brick-built, wood-effect stands, plus 2 stickers – 1 with feathers, 1 with footprints – for decorating the base.

First 2021 LEGO BrickHeadz Sets Now Listed Over at LEGO Shop@Home

After having a glimpse of some of the first 2021 LEGO BrickHeadz sets to be expected in 2021, LEGO Shop@Home has updated its servers to now include official listings of these sets. This first wave of brick-built collectibles includes a pair of everyday pets and a trio of cute, Chinese New Year pandas.

These sets will be available starting January 1st, retailing from $15 to $20. Check out their corresponding product descriptions and crisp, official images below. You may also click on the following affiliate links if you want to add these 2021 LEGO BrickHeadz sets to your 2021 LEGO wishlist.

German Shepherd (40440)

247 pieces | $14.99

2021 LEGO BrickHeadz

Kids who love pets will adore this BrickHeadz™ dog and puppy, build-and-display set. The German shepherd wears a bandanna and has a movable tail, and the puppy looks very cute with his little red tongue sticking out. The dogs sit together on a sturdy baseplate in a decorated basket, making this buildable pet set a great gift for all kids, BrickHeadz collectors and pet lovers.

  • Collectible construction set featuring fun LEGO® BrickHeadz™ models of a German shepherd dog and a puppy sitting together in a basket.
  • Standing over 3” (8cm) tall, this 247-piece model features a bandanna, movable tail and a decorated dog basket.

 

Shorthair Cats (40441)

250 pieces | $14.99

2021 LEGO BrickHeadz

This BrickHeadz™ cat and kitten, build-and-display set will have cat fans purring with delight. The adult shorthair cat wears a bow tie, has a movable tail and sits next to a cute kitten on a sturdy baseplate in a decorated basket. This buildable pet set is a great gift for all kids, BrickHeadz collectors and anyone who loves cats.

  • Collectible construction set featuring fun LEGO® BrickHeadz™ models of a shorthair cat and kitten sitting together in a basket.
  • Standing over 3” (8cm) tall, this 250-piece model features a bow tie, movable tail and a decorated basket.

 

Chinese New Year Pandas (40466)

249 pieces | $19.99

2021 LEGO BrickHeadz

Help kids mark a special occasion with these charming LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Chinese New Year Pandas (40466). This set contains a mother panda and her 2 cubs, one sitting, the other lying down. Each bear has its own sturdy baseplate so they can either be displayed together or separately around a bedroom. The set also comes with bamboo stalks, a lantern and a buildable mandarin orange tree, which is a symbol for good luck.

  • Wish a LEGO® fan good luck with the gift of these cute LEGO BrickHeadz™ Chinese New Year Pandas (40466). Each panda comes with its own baseplate so they can be displayed together or on their own.
  • This set includes 3 LEGO® BrickHeadz™ pandas – a mother bear and her 2 cubs – as well as a lantern and a buildable mandarin orange tree.
  • Mother panda stands over 3 in. (8 cm) tall and the two cubs each measure over 1.5 in. (5 cm) tall.

And the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz Set Will Be…

Last month, the LEGO Ideas platform has launched another fan activity that celebrates the upcoming release of the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set. Fans of the brick-built collectible theme were given a chance to vote for the next BrickHeadz, coming from four pre-determined candidate themes.

As of this writing, there are currently more than 100 BrickHeadz that were already released, and it will definitely take some time before we see the likes of the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set. And to make the voting process even more fun, the LEGO Ideas Team has rolled out four likely candidates that will be given the honor to mark such an occasion: Lilo & Stitch, Minecraft, Jaws, and Star Wars.

I have to say that I was excited about the idea of finally seeing an official, brick-built Stitch set (which somehow almost made it to the cut with Tyler’s LEGO Stitch product idea). But this being a majority vote among 13,000 LEGO fans who participated, the honor of being the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set is now reserved for yet another LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz set. That’s how democracy works I presume, even if you don’t particularly like the outcome.

The 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set will feature a Star Wars character.

Currently, the Stars Wars subtheme of the LEGO BrickHeadz series is by far the most represented theme in the said genre – with 16 LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz sets under its belt. I guess that’s a testament to how popular this LEGO subtheme is among the majority of the brick-loving masses.

It is also interesting to note that LEGO may also be continuing its trend of offering official brick renditions of some of the most popular pop-icons of our generation, similar to the likes of LEGO BrickHeadz pairs such as that of Marty MacFly and Doc Brown (41611), and Peter Venkman and Slimer (41622).  And bringing the possibility of having a LEGO Jaws set on the table is quite revealing on the part of LEGO. Does it mean that LEGO has something in the works coming from this direction? We just have to wait and see.

In the meantime, we might need to wait a little longer before we can see the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set under the Star Wars theme. And with so many present and future Star Wars candidates to choose from, it will be quite a challenge for LEGO to zero-in on the best SW character to fill in the commemorative spot.

So who do you think from the galaxy far, far away will be honored as the 150th LEGO BrickHeadz set? Which Star Wars characters do you think will eventually win this title? Or are you even happy with the results? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Images of First LEGO BrickHeadz 2021 Sets Revealed

After giving us a glimpse of the first wave of LEGO Seasonal sets for 2021, Brickset has also shared a trio of LEGO BrickHeadz 2021 sets that we can expect in the first quarter of 2021. Similarly, LEGO made the reveal via its declaration of conformity as part of its legal process of declaring the safety of their products. The images below are also not at par with the high-res ones that we usually include in our posts, but they’re enough to give us an idea of what we can anticipate from them.

Like the LEGO Seasonal Year of the Ox (40417), this first LEGO BrickHeadz 2021 set celebrates the rich tradition and celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year. The LEGO BrickHeadz Chinese New Year Pandas (40466) features three cute, brick-built pandas: two baby pandas and one adult panda, each with a distinct look and personality of its own. These adorable brick creatures are accentuated by a decorative tree with lanterns that are very much the same as what we can see from LEGO’s Chinese Spring Lantern Festival sets.

Further down the road, we have a couple of BrickHeadz sets added to its roster of animals and pet-inspired builds. The LEGO BrickHeadz German Shepherd (40440) and Shorthair Cats (40441) seem to be a part of a new Pets subtheme that focuses on our buddies at home.  Similar to the New Year Pandas, each of these LEGO BrickHeadz Pets feature two builds- that of a bigger, adult pet and a smaller, younger one.

The New Year Pandas are expected to retail for $19.99, while the LEGO BrickHeadz Pets may be offered within the usual $9.99 price range. They’re also expected to be available in January 2021 so be sure to keep an eye on them over at LEGO Shop@Home. I’ll update this post once better images are available, but for now, check these out.

 

LEGO BrickHeadz Chinese New Year Pandas (40466)

LEGO BrickHeadz 2021

 

LEGO BrickHeadz German Shepherd (40440)

 

LEGO BrickHeadz Short Hair Cats (40441)

Are We To Expect A Couple of LEGO Harry Potter GWP Sets In September?

The leaky faucet is back and this time, the news is all about the next wave of LEGO GWP or gift-with-purchase sets that will arrive next month. It is no secret that LEGO will be putting the spotlight on its line of LEGO Harry Potter sets next month, with so much in store under this theme. Given that we will also be having the LEGO Harry Potter CMF Series 2 (71028) and a new, yet to be officially revealed LEGO Diagon Alley (75978)it is but expected that LEGO will also be offering a couple of LEGO Harry Potter GWP sets to sweeten the deal.

And though we’re just counting the days before the official release of the September 2020 LEGO Store Calendar, we can now confirm what next month’s promotional deals will be. As it turns out, we can expect two LEGO Harry Potter GWP sets to be offered at this time. And our sources indicate that it will be the following:

  • LEGO Harry Potter and Hedwig: Owl Delivery (30420) polybag
  • LEGO BrickHeadz Hagrid and Buckbeak (40412)
LEGO Harry Potter and Hedwig: Owl Delivery (30420)

LEGO Harry Potter GWP

    • Qualifying purchases of LEGO Harry Potter sets worth $40 or more.
    • Promo period will be from September 1 to 15 or while supplies last.
    • Will be offered both in-store and online via LEGO Shop@Home.
LEGO BrickHeadz Hagrid and Buckbeak (40412)

LEGO Harry Potter GWP

    • Qualifying purchases of LEGO Harry Potter sets worth $100 or more.
    • Promo period will be from September 1 to 15 or while supplies last.
    • Will be offered both in-store and online via LEGO Shop@Home.
    • Valued at $19.99, this collectible BrickHeadz set comes in at 270 pieces.

These LEGO Harry Potter GWP sets are a great incentive in getting the next wave of LEGO HP sets, especially if you time your purchases just right. The price points for the qualifying purchases are also reasonable considering that you will be getting these two incentives for free if you manage to have single-receipt purchases from these licensed themes.

Be on the lookout at your local LEGO Store starting next week, especially when the next LEGO Store Calendar begins to roll out. So what do you think about our next LEGO freebies? Do you think its a great deal? Let me know what you think in the comments section below.