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It's all going down on LEGO Ideas today... It's just been announced that four projects are being given a second chance and you have an opportunity to decide which one should be made.
The projects have all been pre-approved and the one that receives the most votes in the next two weeks will be made into a set.
Find out more and cast your vote on the Ideas website and see the four projects after the break.
One of the latest inductees into the LEGO Ideas 10k Club is Brickset's very own staff editor David Wardle (FlagzNZ), whose excellent Queen Victoria Cruise Ship project achieved 10,000 supporters in December last year.
While we wait patiently for the results of the third 2018 Ideas review, in which the ship is battling it out with four other projects, you can read more about David, the ship, and his project on the Ideas blog where he is the latest subject of a 10k club interview there.
Hopefully we will learn the results of the review soon: last year they were announced at the end of May and it's entirely possible that the announcement will be made during the Fan Media days this week.
As I've said before, as a regular cruiser, I'd buy the set in a heartbeat. Best of luck David!
Snowspeeders have provided inspiration for an enormous selection of LEGO Star Wars sets and it seems appropriate that another rendition has been released for the anniversary range. 75259 Snowspeeder - 20th Anniversary Edition looks a lot like past models in official images, featuring numerous familiar design components.
Nevertheless, earlier Snowspeeders have been impressive so I understand why many features remain intact on this example. Furthermore, this set contains a superb P-Tower weapon emplacement and an exclusive Lando Calrissian minifigure, taking inspiration from his original appearance in 10123 Cloud City during 2003.
These are the most read articles that we've posted over the last couple of weeks:
|Review: 75810 The Upside Down, part 2||15 May||25138||156|
|LEGO Stranger Things minifigures revealed!||12 May||22550||70|
|Review: 75810 The Upside Down, part 1||15 May||19755||120|
|LEGO teases something Strange!||09 May||19659||80|
|Two more Harry Potter sets revealed!||10 May||19602||128|
|Stranger Things press release||15 May||16887||86|
|Review: 7140 X-wing Fighter||05 May||15836||128|
|Hidden Side official images!||09 May||15224||111|
|Ideas Showcase - Thunderbirds Are Go||13 May||10362||76|
|What is your favourite May the Fourth item?||08 May||9397||60|
These are the sets that have been viewed the most this week:
|1||3||↑||75810 The Upside Down||20336|
|2||76123 Captain America: Outriders Attack||6275|
|4||2||↓||75244 Tantive IV||4099|
|5||4||↓||75965 The Rise of Voldemort||3470|
|6||80103 Dragon Boat Race||3098|
|7||1||↓||40333 Battle of Hoth - 20th Anniversary Edition||3040|
|8||8||↔||75958 Beauxbatons' Carriage: Arrival at Hogwarts||3012|
|9||10||↑||75948 Hogwarts Clock Tower||2885|
|10||76119 Batmobile: Pursuit of The Joker||2835|
Previous packs have contained 15 figures. This one contains one fewer but the price has remained the same: £34.99 in the UK and probably $39.99 when released in the USA.
Nevertheless, it contains some lovely figures and great new parts.