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LEGO Jurassic World Dominion 76950 Triceratops Pickup Truck Ambush – Horning in on the action [Review]

The next installment in the Jurassic Park franchise, Jurassic World Dominion, will be reaching theaters in June. To get you amped up while you wait, LEGO has a new wave of sets for Spring 2022 for you to check out. We’ve reached the final set in our initial review pack – Jurassic World Dominion 76950 Triceratops Pick-up Truck Ambush. This 210 piece set will be available April 17th from the LEGO Shop Online for US $39.99 | CAN $49.99 | UK £39.99. It features four minifigures, two vehicles, and one angry looking dinosaur. Also a carrot on a stick. Does that tempt you? Read on and see what we thought!

The LEGO Group provided The Brothers Brick with an early copy of this set for review. Providing TBB with products for review guarantees neither coverage nor positive reviews.

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LEGO Jurassic World Dominion 76951 Pyroraptor & Dilophosaurus Transport – Come along for the ride [Review]

LEGO’s Jurassic World Dominion Spring 2022 sets feature a mix of vehicles, dinosaurs, and minifigures. Do you need an older Ian Malcom in your collection? How about a Pyroraptor or a Dilophosaurus? Then you’ll want to check out Jurassic World Dominion 76951 Pyroraptor & Dilophosaurus Transport. This 254 piece set will be available April 17th from the LEGO Shop Online for US $39.99 | CAN $49.99 | UK £39.99. Come along as we take a close look at this upcoming set!

The LEGO Group provided The Brothers Brick with an early copy of this set for review. Providing TBB with products for review guarantees neither coverage nor positive reviews.

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LEGO Jurassic World Dominion 76948 T. Rex & Atrociraptor Dinosaur Breakout – Now that’s a mouthful. [Review]

Just in time for Jurassic World Dominion, LEGO has returned to the popular franchise with a new wave of sets for Spring 2022. We’ll be taking a close look at several of the sets based on the new film, starting off with Jurassic World Dominion 76948 T. Rex & Atrociraptor Dinosaur Breakout. This 466 piece set will be available April 17th from the LEGO Shop Online for US $79.99 | CAN $109.99 | UK £79.99. It features four minifigures, a big rig, transport container, and a marketplace playset. Oh, yeah…and a Tyrannosaurus Rex and an Atrociraptor. Sounds like a lot of stuff…but how cool is it really? Come along as we take an early look at this set and try to find out!

The LEGO Group provided The Brothers Brick with an early copy of this set for review. Providing TBB with products for review guarantees neither coverage nor positive reviews.

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LEGO adds 7 more Jurassic World: Dominion sets to the Spring 2022 lineup [News]

This week LEGO has revealed seven more sets from Jurassic World: Dominion, the latest Jurrasic World movie slated to hit theaters in June. These are in addition to the two sets that LEGO revealed last week along with a set from the classic Jurassic Park movie.  The new sets span age ranges, including a Duplo set, two 4+ sets, and four standard sets. All of them will be available starting April 17.

Check out more info and pictures of the sets below, and don’t miss the other new LEGO sets for Spring 2022:

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A tiny tyrannosaur terrorizes these tourists in a fan’s recreation of Jurassic World 76956 T-Rex Breakout

Just yesterday, LEGO released news of some new sets based on the Jurassic Park/World franchise. Inspired by the largest of the new sets, 76956 T-Rex Breakout, Nick Sweetman gave himself just 30 minutes to recreate it as best he could with the parts he had on hand, complete with a tiny T. rex. The result is a fabulous microscale recreation of a scene that should be recognizable to any fan of the original Jurassic Park film. Do you remember that scene where Hammond and Dr. Sattler are eating ice cream, and he talks about that flea circus he opened? That probably resulted in a similar scene about this size. Seriously, I bet everything that guy touches ends up in chaos…

LEGO 76956 T Rex Breakout

LEGO reveals Jurassic World sets for Spring 2022, including 1,200-piece Jurassic Park diorama [News]

This morning LEGO has revealed three new sets from the Jurassic World franchise, including two sets from this summer’s upcoming Jurassic World Dominion film and one from the original movie that kicked it all off, Jurassic Park. The classic film set, 76956 T. rex Breakout, is a 1,200-piece diorama meant for display that features the long-awaited Ford Explorer tour vehicles, along with a minifigure-scale version of the famous rampaging tyrannosaur we got in 75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage from 2019. All three sets are available now for pre-order from LEGO with an availability date of April 17. Additionally, the Jurassic Park set is also available through Target.

Check out more info on the sets below, and don’t miss the other new LEGO sets for Spring 2022:

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LEGO Jurassic World 2021 sets featuring a T. rex dinosaur fossil and more [News]

LEGO has just revealed the latest lineup for the Jurassic World 2021 wave of sets. These are slated to be available come  September 1, 2021. The new sets feature a Stygimoloch, a T. rex Dinosaur Fossil,  a Carnotaurus and a Baryonyx to add to your collection. 

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New LEGO Jurassic World sets for summer 2020 now available in the Americas [News]

Calling all LEGO dinosaur lovers! The newest summer wave of LEGO Jurassic World sets is now available in the US and Canada. Several retailers have had these on the shelves already, but they are now directly available from LEGO and include dinos like an Ankylosaurus, Gallimimus, Pteranodon, Velociraptor and Indominus Rex as well as an adorable baby Triceratops and Ankylosaurus.

The sets have been available in the UK for a month, but are now available in the US and Canada. Of note, the huge buildable dino of 75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage and 21320 Dinosaur Fossils are also now back in stock. Take a look at each new Jurassic World set now available after the jump.

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LEGO Jurassic World 75939 Dr. Wu’s Lab: Baby Dinosaurs Breakout [Review]

Whatever creature you create, here’s a lifehack to make everyone adore it: make it a baby. It has been proven to work with alien babies from a galaxy far, far away, but it also works with creatures populating the Earth; dinosaurs are no exception. The name of one of the latest LEGO Jurassic World sets, 75939 Dr. Wu’s Lab: Baby Dinosaurs Breakout speaks for itself. This medium-priced set comes with 164 pieces and includes two minifigures and two adorable dinosaurs. Let’s build it and see if these sweethearts are worth the set’s price tag of US $19.99 | CAN $29.99 | UK £17.99.

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Your guide to the 130 new LEGO sets now available for June 2020 including the Technic Lamborghini and more [News]

Summer 2020 has arrived, and LEGO has launched 130 new sets and items available today. Fans of Technic, Creator 3-in-1, City, Friends, Architecture, Hidden Side and more have a lot to choose from. The new Technic Lamborghini is also available today as well as a slew of exclusive polybags not previously available from LEGO’s online store and a Hogwarts Students booster pack. Nearly every LEGO theme has some new sets–it can be a lot to process!– so we have your complete guide right here detailing each and every new set and item.

Because LEGO releases summer waves at different times across the globe, the majority of these sets are available now in the UK. You can see the complete list of all 130 sets and items after the jump. Sets with a Red Indicator are currently available in the US and Canada as well (61 in total). The Americas will get access to the rest of the sets later this summer.

LEGO is also offering a free gift-with-purchase of 40409 Hot Rod with purchases more than US $85 | CAN $85 | UK £85 through June 21st or while supplies last. You can check out our review of 40409 Hot Rod to see if you want to add it to your collection.

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Objects in picture are larger than they appear

With the recent release of the Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage set, I can imagine that many LEGO fans will want to recreate more of a scene for the legendary dinosaur–the largest LEGO has ever made–to inhabit. At first glance, that would appear to be exactly what Richard Van As has done, but his creation is, in fact, much larger than even that dino! It seems fitting to me, as we learned in Jurassic Park that objects are sometimes larger than they appear.

Lego Jurassic Park T-Rex Breakout MOC

Building in the larger scale, Richard couldn’t rely on minifigures to represent the characters, or any other specialized molded pieces, but still managed to unmistakably capture likenesses of Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Ian Malcolm. The entire display is complete with all the right details from the movie scene, including a full interior for the car and a goat in the tyrannosaur paddock (though I think it was eaten already at this point). Flick through the rest of the album and see what hidden details you can spot!

Lego Jurassic Park T-Rex Breakout MOC

Mother knows best

LEGO builder Kai/Geneva‘s Dinosaur Nest creation is a fine example of both landscaping and unorthodox use of parts. I love the sloping of the tan and dark orange parts. Together they add to the ancient world of the dinosaurs seen here. The nest itself is made of seemingly random brown and dark brown pieces, and the lack of uniformity of the parts that make up the nest add to its realism, suggesting that the mother velociraptor gathered the sticks herself for her young.

Dinosaur Nest

“As the mother velociraptor sees her chicks appear, she calls to them, beginning a lifetime of affectionate communication and warnings of danger. After all, who knows what larger carnivores are lurking nearby. Now, we must be careful as to not be seen by the mother — Oh no! I’ve been spotted! Run!”

Dinosaur Nest