The Nuremberg Toy Fair in Germany is well underway and we’re partnering with our good friends over at Promobricks to bring you the most updated coverage of the event. There are a whole bunch of themes revealed this round with real world looks at the LEGO Architecture Arc de Triomphe and Solomon R. Guggenheim sets as […]
We actually got our first look at the LEGO BrickHeadz during the London Toy Fair and now LEGO has officially released their press release with some updated information. These will be available come February 15th for LEGO VIP members and March 1st for general public at a very reasonable
The Hollywood Reporter has just published the first look at The LEGO Batman Movie Summer sets! Some of these sets were actually previewed in the LEGO Batman Movie Essential Movie Guide but now we get a much clearer look at these
The first images of the LEGO Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 sets came out a while ago but thanks to CM4Sci, we now have some more set photos which gives us a closer look at the minifigures that will be available as well as some of the play features of the individual sets.
The LEGO Batman Movie polybags have started to show up in Singapore through a variety of promotions. As we travel around our tiny island collecting the different polybags, we thought it would be nice to compile our findings
Hong Kong’s only LEGO Certified Professional Andy Hung and his team have been hard at work on this LEGO float for close to six months and it has just made it debut at the 2017 Cathay Pacific International Chinese New Year Night Parade! The main attraction is the 2-meter tall, 220,000 piece LEGO Rooster which is […]
The Harry Potter World celebration is on right now and they just revealed the LEGO Dimensions Hermione Fun Pack (71243) at the event! Thanks to the guys at Bricks To Life, we have the first images and real world look at the Hermoine minifigure as well as
The Lunar New Year is just around the corner and builders from all over the world have been chiming in with their Year of the Rooster MOCs. There are some of the really cute to the really complex and some that just push the boundaries of our favourite plastic brick.
There is a recent video making it’s way around by the BBC where they got the LEGO’s General Manager of Manufacturing in Asia, Richard Wong, to identify which of the minifigures is original LEGO and which one is the imitation. Needless to say that he has a bit of difficulty in pointing out which one was his product.
It was brought to my attention recently that some of the 99¢ stores around the United States have been selling the LEGO Dimension Expansion Packs for just under a dollar. Reddit user TheJohnny346 just posted a shot of the La Brea 99¢ store in Los Angeles California with a wider selection of the