First LEGO Fantastic Beasts set revealed to be 75951 Grindelwald’s Escape [News]

Along with the Hogwarts Great Hall set from Harry Potter revealed at the New York Toy Fair, today LEGO announced another new set from the upcoming movie Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. The set will be called 75951 Grindelwald’s Escape and features a Thestral-pulled carriage, two minifigures of Gellert Grindelwald and Seraphina Picquery, and several new pieces.

Motion graphic via LEGO Twitter, composite image by TyresOFlaherty.

The set will have 132 pieces and will sell for $19.99 US, beginning August 1st. Several more sets from both Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts will be revealed over the next few months, so stay tuned to The Brothers Brick for all your LEGO Wizarding World news.

LEGO Fantastic Beasts’ Grindelwald´s Escape
132 pieces | Ages 7+ | $19.99 USD | Available August 1, 2018

Grindelwald makes a daring escape from pursuers on a carriage drawn by a Thestral.

  • Includes Gellert Grindelwald and Seraphina Picquery™ minifigures, plus a Thestral figure with posable wings.
  • Features a buildable articulated carriage with opening doors and a removable roof.
  • Flap the Thestral’s wings to make a flying escape!
  • Also includes shooting spell accessories on the hands of Seraphina and Grindelwald.
  • Recreate iconic scenes from the upcoming Warner Bros. Pictures film, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

2 comments on “First LEGO Fantastic Beasts set revealed to be 75951 Grindelwald’s Escape [News]

  1. Taylor Connell

    I’m . . . actually a little disappointed. The Thestral looks great, but that carriage . . the railings look lovely, but the rest of it looks incredibly plain. Like, the sort of thing we’d expect to see fifteen years ago. They couldn’t have just thrown on a few stickers? Also, that Grindelwald face. I really hope the eyebrows show up better in the final version, because when I first looked at it, I couldn’t see them. And that staring look just looks stupid without the eyebrows. And would it really have been so hard to put printing on Picquery’s dress?

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