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 second week of October 2017.
TBB NEWS: It seems like BrickHeadz are taking over the world! Each week brings us new funny characters and this one is no exception.
- LEGO reveals Star Wars BrickHeadz exclusive for New York Comic Con — With 329 pieces the new 41498 Boba Fett & Han Solo in Carbonite is the biggest BrickHeadz set up to date! As always this exclusive will be only available during the convention.
- Ultimate LEGO Star Wars book now available — exclusive interview with the authors — It’s so easy to get lost in a galaxy far, far away, so you’d better get yourself a copy of this ultimate source of knowledge! And don’t miss an exclusive interview with the authors of the book, The Brothers Brick’s Senior Editor Chris Malloy and Editor-in-Chief Andrew Becraft.
- Creations for Charity now accepting donations for the 2017 fundraiser — The 9th annual fundraiser has already started this week, so don’t hesitate to donate your best creations to raise money to buy LEGO sets for children in need.
- BrickCon 2017 happens in Seattle this weekend! — This weekend Seattle welcomed LEGO fans from all over the world as BrickCon 2017 took place at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall. Make sure to check your social feeds for countless pictures of the most amazing LEGO creations!
OTHER LEGO NEWS: Here are some of the most noticeable LEGO-related events that happened during the last 7 days.
- LEGO Star Wars BrickHeadz Sets Revealed on Shop@Home, The Brick Fan — Two new LEGO Star Wars Brickheadz sets, Finn (41485) and Captain Phasma (41486) have been revealed earlier this week and both will be available starting on November 1 for $9.99 each.
- Let’s Go Build: A Festival for LEGO Lovers, Museum of New Zealand — A festival for LEGO lovers of all ages will be taking place in Wellington, New Zealand since December 2017 to February 2018.
- More LEGO Variant Covers May Be Incoming, FBTB — LEGO Marvel Twitter account has shared an awesome LEGO-themed cover of Tales of Asgard Volume 1, which can be a start of the new trend.