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 June.
TBB News and reviews:
- Explore where paved road ends with the new LEGO Technic 42110 Land Rover Defender set– We brought you the latest Technic vehicle for rugged offroad adventure, LEGO style.
- LEGO 75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage, the biggest LEGO dino ever– We went beyond just a review of the new Jurrasic World set with excerpts from an exclusive TBB interview with the set designer Mark Stafford.
- The Brothers Brick Readers’ Survey 2019 – win 10266 Apollo Lunar Lander– We’ve opened our latest reader poll, and we want to hear from you. And in case providing your valued opinions about how we can improve the TBB experience isn’t enough, we’re giving away a copy of the latest addition to the stellar LEGO space collection, 10266 Apollo Lunar Lander. The survey will be open until June 30th.
- LEGO 77903 The Dark Knight of Gotham City revealed as San Diego Comic-con 2019 LEGO Exclusive– The second exclusive LEGO set for San Diego Comic-Con 2019 includes the Dark Detective, a couple of brooding gargoyles and a neat Gotham City skyline complete with bat-signal.
- LEGO 77902 Captain Marvel and the Asis revealed as San Diego Comic-Con 2019 LEGO exclusive– The first exclusive LEGO set for San Diego Comic-Con includes Captain Marvel, a SHIELD jet, and the universe’s most terrifying feline.
IN OTHER LEGO NEWS: There were a few other interesting LEGO news articles from around the web this week. Here are the best of the rest:
- Toys ‘R’ Us, Back From the Dead, Will Open U.S. Stores in 2019, Bloomberg – A group of former Toys-R-Us employees are planning to open a select number of smaller stores this year.
- LEGO Built a Life-Sized ‘Star Wars’ X-Wing for the Paris Air Show, Hypebeast – Lucky Star Wars and LEGO fans at the Paris Air Show this last week were treated to this astounding life-sized X-Wing fighter. It appears to be the same model–or at least the same design–as the one LEGO displayed in New York in 2013. Be sure to read our extensive up close and personal coverage of that life-size LEGO X-wing.