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 October 2020.
With a little help help from LEGO we find out how to get to Sesame Street! Keep reading our Brick Report to get all the details.
TBB NEWS AND REVIEWS: This week we took a trip all the way to Sesame Street, checked out Citizen Brick’s new custom minifig parts, made some little Mindstorms robots via a gift with purchase and more!
- LEGO Mindstorms 40413 Mini Robots Gift with Purchase set [Review] – LEGO’s latest freebie set builds these adorable mini versions of the new Mindstorms robots!
- LEGO Ideas’ newest set 123 Sesame Street (21324) takes you back to your childhood – Sesame Street is coming your way with the latest LEGO Ideas set.
- Citizen Brick’s custom LEGO minifigure elements for Halloween 2020 [Review] – Our friends at Citizen Brick (@citizenbrick) have been hard at work during quarantine, but it looks like there’s been an outbreak at the lab…
- Come and Play! LEGO Ideas 123 Sesame Street (21324) [Review] – Who are the people in YOUR neighborhood? The Brothers Brick takes you on a walk along Sesame Street – the latest LEGO Ideas set.
- This isn’t a spaceship, it’s a LEGO brain-teaser – It’s not often that we come across models that truly cause our jaws to drop, but spaceship guru Nick Trotta routinely does so with his mastery of brick geometry.
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:
- A Dog Photobooth Made Out of Lego, Fstoppers – A cute dog, some Lego, and a camera… I can’t think of anything more perfectly made for the internet than this.
- Adidas and The LEGO Group embark on a multi-year partnership, Brickset – LEGO and Adidas have announced a partnership that is set to last multiple years and continue through various different avenues.
- Denmark is the most affordable country in Europe for Lego sets, CPH Post Online – Indeed, the Danes also rank second in the world with an average price for a Lego set ticking in at 101.04 US dollars