Looking for a unique gift for Easter Sunday 2020? Then check out this lovable LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Easter Sheep (40380). With a colorful tulip growing at one side and 2 Easter eggs at the other, the super-cute sheep is using a paint pot and brush to color the eggs. No wonder there are paint splashes on its wool! Standing on a sturdy baseplate, the Easter Sheep is a fun, lasting gift idea for him, her, kids, boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife… at any time of year!
This collectible LEGO® BrickHeadz™ buildable model of a cute sheep painting Easter eggs makes a perfect gift for Easter and looks adorable all year round.
A fun way to wish a friend or family member ‘Happy Easter’, this set is a suitable building toy for anyone aged 10 and up.
With 192 pieces and standing more than 3” (8cm) tall, this is a great buildable BrickHeadz™ sheep gift for kids, him, her, boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife… anyone who deserves a fun start to their Easter!
The LEGO BrickHeadz Easter Sheep is just one of the many BrickHeadz lined-up to be released this year, proof that the theme still has a strong fan base. Other than LEGO BrickHeadz Donald Duck (40377), and Goofy and Pluto (40378), we can still expect 7 or more licensed BrickHeadz sets to be offered later this year including tie-in sets for the upcoming Minions: The Rise of Gru animated movie.
After revealing its initial offering of LEGO BrickHeadz sets for 2020, it seems that more is expected for this year featuring some of the most iconic characters that we grew up and love. Our friend Lukas from Stone Wars has shared some bit of LEGO insider info that points to the highly probable release of more LEGO BrickHeadz licensed themes for 2020.
Though these sources may be treated as rumors until they are confirmed by LEGO, a similar report and thumbnail images shared by Promobricks corroborates the release of these sets. And from the looks of it, we will be getting two additional BrickHeadz inspired by Disney classic characters that we are very much familiar with.
UPDATE: The Brickfinder was able to get his hands on several official images of these new BrickHeadz so I opted to update the images on this post as well.
LEGO BrickHeadz Donald Duck (40377)
90 pieces | $9.99
LEGO BrickHeadz Goofy and Pluto (40378)
214 pieces | $14.99
Though we really can’t see the finer details of these sets based on these thumbnails, these pictures are enough to give us a general impression of what to expect from these new Disney-inspired sets. As a fan of classic Disney animation, I’m certain that these blocky versions of Donald, Goofy and Pluto will look great standing beside a pair of LEGO BrickHeadz Mickey (41624) and Minnie Mouse (41625) sets. Aside from this trio, we might also get additional LEGO BrickHeadz licensed themes as we go through the year. Here is a listing of both confirmed or released 2020 BrickHeadz sets, together with those that we can expect later on.
LEGO BrickHeadz Rubeus Hagrid And Buckbeak the Hippogriff (40412) – ??? | ???
LEGO BrickHeadz Falcon and Black Widow (40418) – ??? | ???
LEGO BrickHeadz Hogwarts Students (40419) – ??? | ???
LEGO BrickHeadz Minions (40420) – ??? | ???
LEGO BrickHeadz Minions (40421) – ??? | ???
LEGO BrickHeadz Frankenstein (40422) – ??? | ???
LEGO BrickHeadz Nutcracker (40425) – ??? | ???
It’s quite obvious that we’re still missing a LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars candidate from this list, so I’m still crossing my fingers if stories of a LEGO BrickHeadz Jabba the Hut and Salacious Crumb will still happen this year. And if the above listing ends up to be true, then it only reaffirms the fact that this collectible theme still has it going with LEGO fans.
Are you excited about these rumored, upcoming sets? Do you think they will most likely happen? Comment down below. Special thanks to Ben for the heads up.
Our first wave of LEGO BrickHeadz 2020 seasonal sets have finally been listed at LEGO Shop@Home. Since their reveal earlier this October, the theme has proven itself popular to fans, with more LEGO BrickHeadz 2020 sets to be expected as promised by its lead designer Marcos Bessa. This time around, we’re getting an early Valentine’s Day treat with the January 2020 release of three of their seasonal sets: the Valentine’s Bear (40379), Bride (43083) and Groom (43084).
For an early Chinese New Year treat, LEGO is also releasing the LEGO BrickHeadz Lucky Cat (40436) to celebrate the festivities. These sets are slated to be released on January 1st, so you may want to add them to your LEGO Shop@Home wishlist for the time being. Check out the rest of these LEGO BrickHeadz 2020 seasonal sets and their respective product details below.
The adorable LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Valentine’s Bear (40379) is the perfect way to let someone know how much they’re loved. Holding a large red heart, the cute brown bear sits on a picnic blanket together with his little bee friend, a honey jar and colorful flowers. Displayed on a sturdy baseplate, the Valentine’s Bear is a fun, lasting gift idea for him, her, boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife… at any time of year, whether Valentine’s, birthday, Christmas or just because.
This collectible LEGO® BrickHeadz™ buildable model of a cute brown bear holding a large red heart, sits on a picnic blanket together with his little bee friend, a honey jar and colorful flowers.
A great way to let someone know how much they’re loved; this set is suitable for anyone aged 10 and up.
With 150 pieces and standing more than 3” (8cm) tall, this is a great buildable Valentine’s Bear gift for him, her, boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, wife… anyone who deserves to feel loved, at any time of year.
This LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Wedding Bride (40383) is a fun way to celebrate an impending marriage – whether a friend’s, a family member’s or your own! The buildable model comes with a pair of glasses, flowers, dress decorations, a ring and other optional pieces to personalize the bride’s facial expression, hair and skin color. With at least 14 possible looks, there’s plenty of opportunity to get creative before the big day!
This collectible LEGO® BrickHeadz™ buildable model of a beautiful bride with customizable facial expression, hair and skin color makes a great gift for a bride to be.
Simple and fun to build, the set is suitable for anyone aged 10 and up.
With 306 pieces and standing more than 3” (8cm) tall, this buildable Wedding Bride looks great combined with the corresponding LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Wedding Groom (40384).
Celebrate a friend’s, family member’s or your own upcoming marriage with a LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Wedding Groom (40384) building kit. The fun model comes with a pair of glasses, hat, suit decorations, a ring and other optional pieces to personalize the facial expression, hair and skin color. With at least 11 possible looks, there’s plenty of creative construction to enjoy before the big day!
This collectible LEGO® BrickHeadz™ buildable model of a smartly dressed gentleman with customizable facial expression, hair and skin color makes a great gift for a groom on or before his wedding day.
Simple and fun to build, the set is suitable for anyone aged 10 and up.
With 255 pieces and standing more than 3” (8cm) tall, this buildable Wedding Groom looks great combined with the corresponding LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Wedding Bride (40383).
This adorable LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Lucky Cat (40436) is a great gift for kids at Chinese New Year. The model has long whiskers, a cute pink nose and incorporates a lever at the back that moves the cat’s paw up and down. Displayed on a sturdy baseplate, the Lucky Cat is a fun, lasting gift that delivers a message of good fortune all year round.
This collectible LEGO® BrickHeadz™ buildable model of a traditional Chinese Lucky Cat sits on a sturdy base, making it ideal for play or display.
A great way to wish anyone ‘Happy New Year’, this set is suitable for anyone aged 10 and up.
With 134 pieces and standing more than 3” (8cm) tall, this buildable Lucky Cat is a fun, traditional way to wish the recipient good luck at any time of the year.
It looks like LEGO still has plans for its collectible BrickHeadz line for next year. Eurobricks member Dreamshade shared several images of what seems to be a batch of new 2020 LEGO BrickHeadz seasonal sets that were spotted in the wild. These three new LEGO BrickHeadz sets were seen on an undisclosed store shelf, all of which celebrates the seasonal highlights of the first half of the year.
First off, we have the LEGO BrickHeadz Bear (40379) just in time for Valentine’s Day. Similar to this year’s LEGO BrickHeadz Puppy (40349), next year’s Hearts’ Day LEGO BrickHeadz comes with a heart-shaped plate and several heart-shaped tiles. Plus the build is just adorable and would easily pass as a brick-built substitute for an actual teddy bear.
A couple of similarly inspired LEGO BrickHeadz sets were also spotted – the LEGO BrickHeadz Bride (40383) and Groom (40384). From what we can see from their box art, it seems that this couple can be customized with several shades of skin tones similar to the LEGO BrickHeadz Go Brick Me (41597). It comes with plenty of extra parts and accessories to allow for further customization.
It was also revealed at the back of the LEGO BrickHeadz Bear box art that two more seasonal sets are lined up for 2020. We see a LEGO BrickHeadz Lucky Cat (40436) in celebration of the Chinese New Year, and a LEGO BrickHeadz Sheep (40380) as one of LEGO’s Easter-inspired sets.
Since the LEGO BrickHeadz Bride (40383), Groom (40384), and Bear (40379) have now appeared in some stores, we can assume that they are all included in LEGO’s repertoire of 2020 releases. The Lucky Cat (40436) may also have a January street date in time for next year’s Chinese New Year celebrations, and February for the Sheep (40380) as part of LEGO’s easter releases. I’m quite certain that this is just the initial wave of 2020 LEGO BrickHeadz releases, and we can expect more to come as revealed earlier this year by LEGO BrickHeadz Lead Designer Marcos Bessa.
News along the brick pipes a few weeks ago made mention of another pair of LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars set that ties up with the epic conclusion of the Skywalker saga. In fact, the LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Kylo Ren & Sith Trooper (75232) dual pack were even spotted on some store shelves early in September – almost a month before its scheduled debut for Triple Force Friday.
For those who were not fortunate enough to catch this set in September, then you might be pleased to know that LEGO Shop@Home has already listed the Kylo Ren and Sith Trooper (75232) dual pack and is available for purchase for $19.99 USD. The set comes in at 240 pieces and features a meaner version of Kylo with his roughly restored helmet together with an equally menacing, blood-red version of the infamous Sith Trooper. This is the second BrickHeadz version of the wayward Ben Solo, with the first being a part of another dual pack released two years ago in the LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Rey & Kylo Ren (41489).
Read on for the full product description of the LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Kylo Ren & Sith Trooper (75232), together with some official images. As if you haven’t purchased this set yet and is seriously considering to add them to your BrickHeadz collection, then do us a favor by making your purchases through the following affiliate link.
Build and display legendary Star Wars™ villains Supreme Leader Kylo Ren and a Sith Trooper. This LEGO® BrickHeadz™ 75232 set features brick-built versions of the characters from the blockbuster Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker movie, plus fun details like Kylo’s signature Lightsaber and helmet, and the Sith Trooper’s weapon and unique red armor. Fans can also mount these LEGO Star Wars building toy construction characters on the included baseplates to show their devotion to the mighty First Order.
Supreme Leader Kylo Ren & Sith Trooper LEGO® BrickHeadz™ Star Wars™ building toys feature lots of authentic details from the blockbuster Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker movie, including Kylo’s signature Lightsaber, cape and helmet, and the Sith Trooper’s weapon and unique red armor.
LEGO® BrickHeadz™ construction characters come with their own buildable collector’s baseplate.
Each LEGO® Star Wars™ figure stands over 2” (7cm) tall.
After the announcement of this year’s sweet Winter Village set, LEGO is bringing in more Christmas cheers with another seasonal set coming from its collectible BrickHeadz line. This has been in our radar for the past couple of weeks since the reveal of the LEGO BrickHeadz Ghost (40351) last month. However, it’s nice to finally see some crisp, clear images of this 3-character set that will add up to that festive holiday spirit. Check out these official images of the LEGO BrickHeadz Reindeer, Elf & Elfie (40353) set.
I like this set personally since it’s a great set to display together with last year’s similarly themed LEGO BrickHeadz Mr. & Mrs. Claus (40274). And in case you missed out on this set, you’ll be glad to know that this is still available at LEGO Shop@Home. The LEGO BrickHeadz Reindeer, Elf & Elfie (40353) set features three character builds which is a first in this particular theme. It also comes with a couple of accessories such as a red mailbox with a nice Mr. Claus BrickHeadz print and a signpost. Traditionally, LEGO BrickHeadz sets usually come with printed pieces. However, a closer look at the signposts shows that this set uses stickers as well. I’m not really the type to nitpick on this but I guess all of us will agree that it will be way better to have printed LEGO parts instead. Nevertheless, this set will be a great way to jumpstart your next Christmas-inspired LEGO decor project.
The LEGO BrickHeadz Reindeer, Elf & Elfie (40353) comes in at 281 pieces and is expected to retail for $19.99. Be sure to keep tabs with us to know more on when this set will be available. Thanks to Brick Fanatics for the tip.
LEGO BrickHeadz is still going strong and with the recent reveal of the LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Kylo Ren and Sith Trooper (75232), we can still expect that LEGO still has more plans for these brick collectibles. I guess part of the appeal with this theme is the fact that the design follows a prescribed format that allows you to recreate any of your favorite pop icons into a standard LEGO BrickHeadz. With a bit of experimenting with your own LEGO bricks, you can even come up with any BrickHeadz character that you want. This is the principle behind these collections of books written by Charles Pritchett – the unofficial guide of building your own LEGO BrickHeadz Heroes and Villains.
I first stumbled upon Charles’ works when I was casually browsing Brickset’s listing of available LEGO books. His Building LEGO BrickHeadz Heroes Volume One: The Unofficial Guide, and its counterpart that allows you to build a collection of BrickHeadz villains, immediately caught my attention. I am impressed with the excellent custom LEGO BrickHeadz sets that he was able to come up, especially when it included some of my favorite Marvel and DC characters. The best part of it is that he makes the building instructions for these MOCs available for everyone. You simply need to search through your collection of LEGO bricks to see if you have the parts needed to build your favorite heroes and villains. Since your working with a LEGO BrickHeadz, you can easily look for a substitute part if in case you don’t have the prescribed LEGO piece mentioned in assembling the build.
As of this posting, Charles offers three volumes on how to build his custom LEGO BrickHeadz Heroes and Villains all of which you can purchase via Amazon. You may click on the following links if you wish to know more about these books.
And of course, our ensemble of custom comic book LEGO BrickHeadz will not be complete without our heroes’ archenemies. This volume highlights 10 most famous villains and how to give them that LEGO BrickHeadz twist.
Another store employee made a bit of slip-up revealing a quite unexpected surprise. We’re just counting the weeks before the launch of Star Wars’ Triple Force Friday and it seems that LEGO is already prepared for it as well. In fact, from the reveal of this year’s highly polarizing UCS Imperial Star Destroyer (75252) to LEGO’s Triple Force Friday gift-with-purchase set, everything is gradually falling into place. And having LEGO sets placed as early as now on Target shelves in spite of the embargo is part of the plan as well (I guess). LEGO eagle-eyed fan jl.lego.studios made a rather interesting discovery that is putting the LEGO Star Wars fandom in a frenzy. He snapped a photo of what looks like a new pair of bundled BrickHeadz in the form of the LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Kylo Ren and Sith Trooper (75232) spotted in an undisclosed Target store in Texas.
This new LEGO BrickHeadz dual pack features Kylo Ren (#94) in a damaged helmet and the new crimson Sith Trooper (#95), as they will be revealed in The Rise of Skywalker later this year. The set clocks in at 240 pieces and is expected to retail for $24.99 USD. This is the second time that Kylo gets the BrickHeadz treatment as part of a double-pack set, the first being the LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Rey and Kylo Ren Limited Edition Collectors Pack (41489). It’s quite unsure if we will see the option of having this new iteration of Kylo and the new Sith Trooper sold separately. Also from the looks of things, seeing this new pair of LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz is a good indicator that LEGO still has faith in the popularity of these brick collectibles amidst rumors of the theme’s eventual cancellation which has always been hanging overhead.
Now before you rush into your local Target store, be aware that these are probably placed by mistake by an unsuspecting store employee, and sales of this set are still probably on hold until Triple Force Friday dawns on October 4. In fact, this LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars Kylo Ren and Sith Trooper (75232) double-pack will not be available for sale until such time, unless you stumble upon this on eBay.
So what do you think about this new LEGO BrickHeadz set? Will you add this your cart once it is available? Let me know what you think about this.
Here’s your chance to catch the seasonal LEGO BrickHeadz Bumble Bee (40270) once more in case you missed it. Though it is still listed for sale at LEGO Shop@Home for the usual 10 bucks, this set now comes as a freebie for every qualifying purchase of any LEGO products worth $65 and more.
This promotional is available both in-store and online starting August 26 until September 8 or until supplies last. This 140-piece seasonal BrickHeadz set first appeared in 2018 just in time for Valentine’s Day. It features a bright yellow BrickHeadz bee with movable wings, a detachable heart decor, a pot of honey and a couple of flower elements.
Build your way to someone’s heart with this cute LEGO® BrickHeadz™ construction character. Check out its cute pink cheeks, movable wings, detachable heart decoration, pot of honey and flowers. It also comes with a buildable collector’s baseplate with a seasonal calendar and BrickHeadz logo.
BrickHeadz™ Bumble Bee (item 40270) offer is valid on shop.LEGO.com and at LEGO Stores. Offer valid from 08/26/19 through 11:59pm EST, 09/08/19 or while supplies last only. Qualifying purchase must be equal to or greater than $65 / 1200 (MXN) in merchandise only; any applicable taxes, shipping charges, or value of gift cards purchased do not apply to merchandise total. Offer excludes Bricks & Pieces and backorder items. Cannot be applied to previous purchases or combined with any other discount, offer or free gift. One free set per household. Item is valued at approximately at $9.99 (US) / $12.99 (CA) / 199.0 (MXN) retail value and cannot be exchanged or substituted for any other item or cash value. Item is available exclusively through this offer; additional sets cannot be purchased. Offers not valid at LEGOLAND® Parks or LEGOLAND Discovery Centers. The LEGO Group reserves the right to cancel or modify these promotions at any time without advance notice.
After unveiling this year’s Halloween-inspired LEGO BrickHeadz Ghost (40351), we now have another seasonal set to watch out for just in time for Thanksgiving. This came in as a surprise actually, and thanks to Promobricks we now have a closer look at the LEGO Seasonal BrickHeadz Scarecrow (40352).
If you recall, the box art of the recent LEGO BrickHeadz Ghost and those after it featured a gap between their respective box numbers, leading us to think that there is another set that is included in this seasonal series. As it turns out, we have another BrickHeadz set slated for release just before the holiday-themed triple pack LEGO BrickHeadz Reindeer, Elf, and Elfie (40353) arrives.
Other than these images, we’re yet to see the piece count for the LEGO BrickHeadz Scarecrow (40352). Like other BrickHeadz in its category, we can expect it to retail for $9.99 USD once it arrives in October just in time for Thanksgiving. For this year, we already saw the LEGO BrickHeadz Valentine’s Puppy (40349) and Easter Chick (40350) which are both currently available.
To know what’s up and currently available in the LEGO BrickHeadz theme, be sure to check with LEGO Shop@Home or at your local LEGO Store. Thanks once again to Promobricks for the heads-up.