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 fourth week of January 2019.
Is it possible to make a LEGO set actually fly? Read on to find out more.
TBB NEWS & REVIEWS: The LEGO Movie 2 rules the week with a new blue set, minifigure reviews, and more. Only two more weeks until it hits theaters!
- Review of The LEGO Movie 2 70840 Welcome To Apocalypseburg – The biggest set from The LEGO Movie 2 has over 3,000 pieces and is a dystopian future we enjoyed building.
- Review of 71023 The LEGO Movie 2 Collectible Minifigures – The LEGO Movie 2’s Collectible Minifigures are here, and we’re opening all 20 for an in-depth review.
- Review of The LEGO Movie 2 – No spoilers here, but what did we think of the highly anticipated sequel, new characters and sets?
- 70839 The Rexcelsior revealed as 21st set from The LEGO Movie 2 – The set has 1,826 pieces, micro-raptors, rapid-fire missiles and “Stubble Trouble Emmet” for $149.99.
- Last eight finalists of LEGO and BrickLink’s AFOL Designer Program revealed – Crowdfunding begins February 1st, so which projects will you support?
OTHER NEWS: There were quite a few other interesting LEGO news articles from around the web this week. Here are the best of the rest:
- Everyone’s childhood dream, flying their LEGO, YouTube – FliteTest pushes the boundaries of the LEGO 60193 City Arctic Air Transport set, but does it get airborne?
- Full-scale LEGO Renault F1 car to be auctioned for charity, Motorsport Week – A full-scale Renault Formula 1 constructed from LEGO bricks will be auctioned in Paris next month with all proceeds going to charity UNICEF.
- Ed Sheeran surprises Laxfield school Lego club with donation, BBC – A surprise gift from the singer means kids will be able to build their own LEGO House, inspired by the star’s hit.
- A Look Inside Lego: How They Utilize Storytelling and The Power Of Play, Customer Think – Listen to this hour-long interview with LEGO Chief People Officer Loren Shuster about building the right culture and leadership st the company to reach more kids around the world.