In addition to the amazing LEGO models created by builders all over the world, The Brothers Brick brings you the best of LEGO news and reviews. This is our weekly Brick Report for the second week of July 2018.
TBB REVIEWS: This was a week of reviews from the Wizarding World and a galaxy far, far away.
- Review of 75954 Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall – All the sets from the Wizarding World dropped a month early, so what did we think of the flagship $100 set?
- Review of Harry Potter BrickHeadz 41616 and 41621 – Hermione, Ron and Dumbledore get the BrickHeadz treatment, with an incredible amount of unique printed elements.
- Review of Star Wars BrickHeadz 41619 Darth Vader and 41620 Stormtrooper – The galaxy’s most evil enemies have never looked this cute in all their BrickHeadz glory.
TBB NEWS, FEATURES & INSTRUCTIONS: Get your hands on some of the newest sets, and check out how you can display your MOC with The Brothers Brick!
- Third San Diego Comic-Con 2018 LEGO exclusive revealed as Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp – If you’re lucky enough to go to SDCC, this exclusive rounds out the three in throw-back packaging. Hopefully there will be instructions posted so we can all build our own.
- New LEGO Harry Potter summer 2018 sets now available – It has been seven years since LEGO Harry Potter was on the shelves. Stock up on the new line now!
- Instructions to build Tintin and Captain Haddock BrickHeadz – Builder Per Martinson created slick instructions to build these animated characters step by step.
- Building Ninjago City: The Brothers Brick open collaboration – Join TBB at BrickCon in Seattle with our Ninjago City collaboration, and check out this progress update.
OTHER NEWS: There were a number of other interesting LEGO news articles from around the web this week. Here are the best of the rest:
- You can have your creation featured in the LEGO Movie 2, LEGO – Build a creation with a buddy that combines favorite things and your MOC could be immortalized in the sequel.
- New Lego CEO takes on rebuilding the battered toy company, brick by brick, LATimes – CEO Niels Christiansen talks about the headwinds facing LEGO and the toy industry.
- What happens if you twist a LEGO axle too much?, YouTube – LEGO purists may want to turn away, as an axel element is pushed to the test with torque. You have been warned.