Monthly Mini Model Builds for the rest of the year revealed

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Pictures of the MMMBs for the rest of the year have been found on LEGO.com by grogall.

The lineup is as follows:

Talking of new content on LEGO.com, some 61 new instructions have been added to their customer services portal, including Monster Fighters, Technic and Star Wars. Don't faff about on their site trying to find them: see a list here.

12 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Pilgrim for November, maybe? Thanksgiving?

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By in Germany,

yep, its a pilgrim then a moose!

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By in United Kingdom,

I just love that owl.

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By in United States,

Can I call it, or what?

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By in United States,

40041 is almost certainly a reindeer or caribou, not a moose. And yes, I created an account just to let you know this. :)

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By in United States,

Uhhh these are cool but on the mmmbuilds it say July is a olympic flame but at my local store it was a lighthouse

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By in United Kingdom,

^Perhaps the Olympic flame was only in the UK. Seems a bit unfair on everyone else though...

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By in United States,

^Got the Olympic flame here in Queens, NYC store. On the US Calendar it has the flame for ALL the stores so that's weird they gave Legozrool (at his store) the lighthouse build for July. The Lighthouse was the MMMB build for July 2011 I believe?

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By in United States,

The Lighthouse is also one of three (the others being a deck chair and a watermelon) that are being re-released as special "summer builds".

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By in United States,

^I heard they'll have a Lobster and maybe a sailboat too? At different stores. But not confirmed.

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By in United Kingdom,

I doubt the pilgrim will be the model for Europe for November. In previous years the US stores and the European stores have had different models in November - usually a turkey for the US & something else for Europe.

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By in Germany,

@bluemoose, but remember the Pilgrims where Europeans! :P

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