LEGO BrickHeadz theme has shown itself to be a very diverse collection of building figures. Now, first official pictures of the upcoming 2019 sets reveal even more eye-catching characters including one straight from the Chinese New Year festival. As usual, price tags and availability are subjects for future announcements.
40354 Dragon Dance Guy | 170 pieces
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LEGO has revealed the latest entry in their popular Creator Expert Modular Building series, the 10264 Corner Garage. The three-story building is a 1950s-style car workshop and gas station along with an animal clinic and top-floor apartment.
The set comes with 2,569 pieces including six minifigures, five animals, a tow-truck and a scooter. The Corner Garage will retail for $199.99 USD from LEGO when it goes on sale January 1, 2019.
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The next wave of LEGO’s Speed Champions theme has been revealed on Amazon France. Though the products aren’t available to order yet, this is our first official look at the new lineup of cars, which spans the breadth of the automotive landscape from compacts and muscle cars to supercars. There’s no word on the precise price points for these sets yet, but they should be officially available January 1. However, we can expect to see them trickle into retailers in the final weeks of December. We’ll also be publishing reviews of these sets even earlier than that, so stay tuned in the coming weeks for our hands-on coverage.
75890 Ferrari F40 Competizione | 198 pieces | January 2019
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Despite all the adventures that LEGO themes like NinjaGo and Star Wars can offer, LEGO City remains the toy manufacturer’s #1 best-selling line. Sets released during the previous couple of years took us on journeys to jungle forests and arctic deserts, however, the first half of 2019 looks as diverse as possible. Here are firefighters fighting fire with new pump devices, sky police fighting crimes up in the skies, as well as a boat, a couple of vehicles straight from the farm, and even a snow groomer. No doubt, every kid will find a set according to their interests. All sets are to be released during the first half of 2019, starting January 1. Prices and full descriptions are yet to be announced.
60223 Harvester Transport, 358 Pieces
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The first pictures are available online for the new LEGO Batman 76116 Batman™ Batsub and the Underwater Clash set which is expected to be released early in 2019. Featuring 3 minifigures, Batman, Aquaman, and Ocean Master, a shark and a propelling Bat-Submarine shown taking a dive. A new change has the box art has dropped the Superheroes template that we’ve been used to and only shows the Batman insignia and the DC logo.
76116 Batman Batsub and the Underwater Clash
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LEGO announces region specific sets for the China and Asia Pacific Markets that’s slated to be released from January 1st, 2019 onwards. At the moment, two sets showing events from the festivities related during the Lunar New Year’s celebration are featured. The two sets are scenes celebrating the family dinner on the Eve of Chinese New Year, and the famous Dragon Dance. According to Niels B. Christiansen, Chief Executive Officer of the LEGO Group, this is the first time LEGO has made sets for a specific country or region.
80101 Chinese New Year’s Eve Dinner
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LEGO has revealed five new sets based on Marvel’s webslinging superhero, Spider-Man. The five sets range from battling mechs to Junior’s racers. The sets will be available for purchase from LEGO this weekend, starting November 24th.
The largest set featuring an imposing mechanized Venom was revealed earlier this summer, but this is the first we’ve seen official photos of the rest of the wave, including lots of new minifigures.
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LEGO has unveiled a whopping nineteen sets from their upcoming sequel, The LEGO Movie 2, and The Brothers Brick has all the details on the new product line. The wave of sets will be available in stores starting on December 26, a month and a half ahead of the movie’s release to theaters.
At first glance, there are plenty of exciting minifigures, new elements, part colors, and even a classic space “battle pack.” Some of the sets have a combination of Friends minidolls, System minifigures and faux-Duplo characters all in the same box. It seems the LEGO designers (and the movie creators) had quite a bit of fun with these unique and playful sets, so let’s take a closer look. (Note: We have no clue if any of these sets contain spoilers, so consider yourself warned.)
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A surprise, to be sure, but a welcome one: 42096 Porsche 911 RSR will be the largest LEGO Technic set of the first half of 2019. First official pictures reveal a 1,580-piece-large replica of one of the most iconic racing vehicles of our days. The set seems to be loaded with various play features: a rear wing with ‘swan neck’ mounts, detailed cockpit, working differential, independent suspension and some more. Unfortunately, the model features no working gear box, but its brilliant design seems to make up for any missing mechanism.
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Earlier today, LEGO revealed 21315 Pop-Up Book as the next LEGO Ideas set. The ingenious set comes in the form of a book with two interiors based off of Little Red Riding Hood and Jack and the Beanstalk. The Pop-up Book comes with 859 pieces as well as four minifigures and one microfigure, and will retail for $69.99 USD when it goes on sale November 1st.
The Brothers Brick got an early look at the set, so read our hands-on review here, or continue scrolling for the official photos and press release from LEGO.
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As many of us are still enjoying their newly bought LEGO Ideas 21311 Voltron sets, the LEGO Ideas First 2018 Review Results are already here, so we can finally learn what the next LEGO Ideas set will be.
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LEGO has revealed a new experimental product line designed for adults called LEGO Forma. The first wave of small-batch sets produced under the LEGO Forma line will be kinetic sculptures of fish, created with a moving Technic core and wrapped with four “skins” made of foil to represent three types of Koi and one shark.
The core set, 81000 Koi Model, contains 294 pieces including the Technic base and a single life-like koi skin. The model measures 10 inches high (27.9 cm) and 11 inches long (12.7 cm). The initial wave of LEGO Forma sets are available for pre-order on Indiegogo as “backer perks” from now until November 6th or whenever product runs out. The base set sells for $45 USD and is only available in the United States and United Kingdom for the time being. If the project meets its funding goals, the sets will ship in early 2019.
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