In addition to the best LEGO models created by builders all over the world, The Brothers Brick also brings you the best of LEGO news and reviews. This is our weekly Brick Report for the third week of August 2017.
TBB NEWS: We have two reviews for you: the third-largest LEGO set ever, and the newest Ideas project. Sand green sure seems to be popular this year!
- Review of the LEGO Ninjago Movie’s largest set: 70620 Ninjago City — Ninjago’s latest entry has an incredible 4,867 pieces, skyrocketing 70620 Ninjago City to the third-largest LEGO set ever created, with new pieces galore. Double jumpers? New colors? Take my money!
- Review of LEGO Ideas 21310 Old Fishing Store — This charmingly dilapidated set includes 2,049 pieces, four minifigures and many, many animals including lobsters and seagulls.
- Instructions to build Lynn MinMay from the Robotech/Macross anime series — We’ve got the parts list and instructions you can build your very own singing space celebrity, complete with that genuine anime sparkle in her eyes.
- The LEGO Ninjago Movie 70620 Ninjago City, 3rd largest set of all time, now available for LEGO VIP members — The third-largest LEGO set of all time is now available to order from the LEGO Shop online. The set includes 19 minifigures and retails for $299.99 in the United States.
OTHER LEGO NEWS: This week had a few other interesting LEGO-related news articles. Here are the best of the rest.
- Which MacBook Air is made of LEGO?, Mashable — A Japanese student built a MacBook Air entirely from LEGO — and it’s so convincing you’ll do a double take.
- David Beckham finishes his 4,000 piece LEGO castle after six days, The Sun — The famous footballer built the castle for his daughter, Harper, and says that building LEGO helps him relax, having previously built the Tower Bridge.
- LEGO hires Mischief as UK PR firm, PR Week — Taking a different approach to public relations from current firms Norton PR and Crescendo PR, LEGO has gone a new direction.
- LEGO releases teaser trailer for a really big set coming October 1, YouTube — The hype over the biggest LEGO set ever continues to grow with this video that certainly wasn’t originally titled “MF – UCS MF 15 sec HERO Teaser video.”