Valentine's Day is less than three weeks away so now would be a good time to snap up the first of this year's seasonal sets, 40120 Valentine's Day Dinner, before it's sold out because not only is it a great set, but it's full of rare pieces too.
Last year's five seasonal sets were cute animals designed my Mel Caddick. This year's are 8x8 vignettes which once again have been designed by Mel.
It has been announced today that Blocks co-founder and Editor Mark Guest is to leave Blocks. Issue 5, (which comes out in February) will be the last issue with Mark at the helm.
Mark has been instrumental in creating Blocks from the start and it was his own obsession with LEGO that drove the one-off project to become a monthly publication. It is fair to say the product has been well received amongst the LEGO fan community and has progressively strengthened under his leadership.
Back in June 2014, Mark first revealed Blocks to the world as a one-off WH Smith exclusive 'Bookazine' This was a small insight of what was to come and in the following months a team of experts and respected contributors assembled adding a great impetus that allowed the vision to grow into something the community had longed for.
USA Today has just published a picture of 75902 Scooby Doo Mystery Machine!
"Fans always wonder which properties may come to life in LEGO form, and this year we are thrilled to bring all of the mystery, humor and hijinks of the Scooby-Doo universe to life in LEGO toys and animated content," said Jill Wilfert, vice president, licensing & entertainment at The LEGO Group."
Read more at USA Today. Thanks to Paul for the news.