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 September 2020.
Baby Yoda is back and bigger than ever in our review of the new 1,000-piece set that will launch with The Mandalorian Season 2.
TBB NEWS, REVIEWS AND FEATURES: Over the past week we reviewed the newly announced Baby Yoda and got to go a hands-on with two new Christmas sets: the Elf Club House and the Seasonal Wreath. We also got a first look at the upcoming UCS-style 1989 Batwing.
- LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian 75318 The Child Review – There’s no denying the popularity of Baby Yoda, but when we saw the box for this giant buildable figure we weren’t too sure about it. But after building it we’re completely won over.
- LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian 75318 The Child Press Release – Check out LEGO’s official images and press release, along with release dates and more
- LEGO Winter Village Collection 10275 Elf Club House Review – What are Santa’s elves getting up to when they’re not wrapping presents? Find out in our review of this lovely cottage club house!
- LEGO Winter Village Collection 10275 Elf Club House Press Release – Check out LEGO’s official images and press release, along with release dates and more
- LEGO Holiday 40426 Seasonal Wreath Review – The decorative set doesn’t just build a standard Christmas wreath, but it can also become an Advent wreath adorned with candles.
- LEGO Batman 76161 1989 Batwing Press Release – Check out LEGO’s official images and press release, along with release dates and more
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:
- Adam Savage builds a LEGO Spot-pulled rickshaw, Adam Savage’s Tested – Adam Savage recently acquired a dog-like Boston Dynamics Spot robot and built a rickshaw for it to pull, and reddit user SteamPaul recreated it in LEGO. Now Adam’s giving the LEGO version a build too.
- LEGO CEO talks about the toy’s place in our culture, Time – LEGO CEO Niels Christiansen answers questions on a host of topics, from minifigure noses to the company’s response to COVID-19.
- 5 Investing Lessons I Learnt From Analysing LEGO, valueinvestasia.com – A brief distillation of a few of the key factors that drive the world’s biggest toy company.