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 last week of March 2019.
How many bricks did it take to create this full-scale LEGO McLaren Senna? Read on to find out.
TBB NEWS & REVIEWS: We have a few exciting set reviews for you plus a bunch of LEGO news. Also, have you ever wanted to write for TBB? Now you can!
- Review of 81000 LEGO FORMA Koi Model Super Box – We opened up a LEGO Indiegogo-campaign funded FORMA Super Pack to see if it is worth the hype.
- Review of LEGO 75243 Slave I – 20th Anniversary Edition – How does the new Slave I compare to versions LEGO has previously released?
- The LEGO VIP rewards program is changing and going digital – Read about the changes and what is new with LEGO’s VIP points system starting in June.
- Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen steps down from LEGO Board of Directors – LEGO’s leadership is changing with Kjeld stepping down and his son Thomas continuing the family’s legacy.
- Feature: Looking back on The LEGO Movie 2 – Two months after the movie’s release, we compare how it is doing with the other LEGO movies and share our thoughts.
- LEGO reveals six new sets to celebrate 80 years of Batman – LEGO is launching six new sets based on the Caped Crusader, with Shazam along for the ride.
- Come join us! The Brothers Brick is recruiting now – If you’ve ever considered joining The Brothers Brick team, here’s your chance.
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:
- Introducing the full-size LEGO McLaren Senna, McLaren – 30 people. 2,700+ hours. 468,000+ bricks. Weighing nearly 1.9 tons. The chance to sit in a real McLaren Senna seat.
- Introducing LEGO Brawls and LEGO Arthouse, LEGO LAN – Two brand-new LEGO games will launch later this year exclusively on Apple Arcade.
- The LEGO House in Billund now offers annual passes, LEGO House – If you are near the Denmark headquarters of LEGO often, this pass is a no-brainer.
- Build the greatest LEGO Star Wars battle, LEGO Ideas – The grand prize is anniversary set, but look close and you’ll see TBB’s Scarif collab as the main photo.