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 May 2019.
LEGO teased a new product line coming in 2020. Keep reading our Brick Report for a closer look.
TBB NEWS, REVIEWS AND INSTRUCTIONS: The product reveals keep coming with a whole new range of set revealed along with more from Harry Potter.
- LEGO Hidden Side Augmented Reality Theme sets revealed – Some of the sets with incorporated augmented reality have been revealed and will be available in August later this year.
- Two new LEGO Harry Potter sets are revealed featuring scenes from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire – A graveyard and flying carriage steal the scene with two new sets.
- Instructions to build Giant Man from Marvel – Is Ant Man too small for your tastes? Learn how to build your own LEGO version with these instructions by Hachiroku24.
- Review of LEGO Wild West Saloon set from Bricklink’s AFOL Designer Program – Step back in time and saddle up! We take a look at an early copy of the Wild West Saloon designed by Jonas Kramm for BrickLink’s AFOL Designer Program, and it does not disappoint.
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:
- Full-size LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron on display at the LEGO House, LEGO House – The car is built from more than one million LEGO Technic elements – completely unglued – and will be on display through June 10.
- LEGO is hiring a Confidentiality Director to deal with leaks, LEGO – LEGO is getting serious about product leaks and is looking for someone to lead their confidentiality task force.
- Nine Product Ideas Qualify for the First 2019 LEGO Ideas Review, LEGO Ideas – Take a look at the sets that achieved 10,000 votes and might become a LEGO set.
- Child finds $40,000 of meth inside second-hand LEGO box, CNN – Three Georgia women stopped at a consignment shop in South Carolina and ended up purchasing a LEGO Creator box, only to discover it was filled with three pounds of methamphetamine.
- For the Ultimate Custom Backsplash, Use Lego, Architectural Digest – This build-able DIY kitchen renovation idea is for the young at heart.
- LEGO Trolls are coming in 2020, LEGO Twitter – A new product line-up is coming next year that might fill the gap that LEGO Elves left when it was cancelled.
— LEGO (@LEGO_Group) May 8, 2019