New images of Autumn seasonal BrickHeadz

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This year's Halloween seasonal set, 40272 Witch, has been found in the LEGO store in Copenhagen by Frantisek S.

Like the Easter and Valentine's ones, it comes with a couple of attachments for the base on 4x4 quarter-circle plates which in this case are a cauldron and a 'spooky tree' and pumpkin.

The Thanksgiving set, 40273 Turkey, is revealed in more detail in the instruction manual. You'll find a picture after the break.


It comes with couple of bits of 'garden' -- complete with picket fences, carrots and pumpkin -- to attach to the base.

 

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27 comments on this article

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By in Bulgaria,

I like the nose added to the witch, a good detail. The turkey head just seems a bit too plain though.

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By in United Kingdom,

I hope this fetish to make everything Brickheadz disappears before it taints next year's seasonal sets in the same way. This is the first year I haven't collected the seasonal sets.

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By in United Kingdom,

I'm glad these are a big fat "nope" from me.

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By in United Kingdom,

The witch looks like the Green Goblin from Spider-man ...not sure purple was a good colour choice.

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By in United Kingdom,

When i first saw these in January i was really excited but now there just meh, though i do like the upcoming Christmas ones but i hate Halloween anything and the Thanksgiving one is decent but wished the top of his head was more detailed

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By in Germany,

Brickheadz will end this year, so I really hope that next year they manage to bring us some really great seasonal sets.

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By in United States,

Is there any other company where fans are relieved that their new product is horrible, just to alleviate purchase temptation?! Ha

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By in United States,

I really hope this doesn't mean we aren't getting any more of those cute little seasonal sets like the ones we got last year.

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By in United States,

@Sir von Lego I personally hope they don’t end. There have been some misses for sure but these are neat little builds I can see being very collectible. I can see families displaying these on a mantle during the holidays.

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By in Germany,

@Sir von Lego: I sincerely hope you are right.
I really miss the "proper" seasonal sets, especially the vignettes.

I bought some of the first BrickHeadz out of curiosity, but still haven't built any of them. Instead, every time I look at the boxes I wonder why I wasted my money on them in the first place, even though I got all of them for at least 40% off.

Then again, LEGO gave us so many - for me - meh sets this year that my wallet gave a big sigh of relief compared to previous years :-)

The only BrickHeadz related set I didn't regret getting was the Go-Brick-Me box, because it was such a great value as a general parts pack, especially at the price I paid.

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By in Portugal,

@aleydita over time you've made it clear that you hate BrickHeadz. Still, you keep coming to their articles and leave hate comments.
It sounds more like love to me...

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By in Germany,

@jnscoelho: as these BrickHeadz seem to rob us of proper seasonal sets this year, I think @aleydita is quite right in conveying his dissatisfaction about that particular aspect, even if he didn't dislike BrickHeadz in general as well.

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By in United States,

I seem to be alone in liking the Turkey!

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By in United Kingdom,

Even I'm starting to think this BrickHeadz obsession is getting a little too dominant, and I like a lot of them... Oh well, at least I still have last year's Halloween set to decorate my mantelpiece.

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By in Portugal,

I like these new BrickHeadz sets.

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By in United States,

I like the turkey as well. I hope we get some more Wizarding World ones next year

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By in United States,

Lego, please stop making BrickHeadz

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By in United States,

@AustinPowers
I agree that we should be able to state our dissatisfaction with any sets. Some, however, abuse the privilege.

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By in United Kingdom,

@ewokswithbricks - when you pay my internet bill you can decide what I write online. Until then, why don't you just pass on by when you see my name? For the record, I've avoided commenting on recent Brickheadz articles, but I thought my comment here had some value. You don't think so? I'll still sleep tonight.

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By in United States,

@Aleydita
I would genuinely like to hear how that same principle doesn't apply to you and Brickheadz articles. I am not interested in arguing with you, but this piques my interest.

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By in United States,

Thought witch was Hulk brickhead.

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By in United States,

Is that Turkey holding a wishbone? Creepy...

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By in Australia,

Oh yeah, the turkey holding a wishbone is a little disturbing.

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By in United Kingdom,

Seasonal sets have alternated between vignettes and brick-built figures for the past four years at least. It just so happens that the flavour of the figures this year is Brickheadz. No one has been deprived of anything.

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By in Germany,

Perhaps "robbed" or "deprived" were too strong words, but I think many people at least would have preferred it if the current BrickHeadz-treatment epidemic would have spared at least the seasonal sets.

I mean, are BrickHeadz selling well anywhere to merit ever more new ones?
If so, why are they almost always found in the clearance bins, even at the official LEGO stores? Anecdotal evidence, but never - never - since the theme came out have I seen anyone buy a BrickHead at any store I purchased LEGO at, not even at special event days like the Monthly Mini Builds, where the stores tend to be packed and the cashiers were working overtime.

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By in United Kingdom,

We probably won't find out for years whether they were successful or not. The ones I've seen in bargain bins have been tied to less successful properties, like Justice League. Rey and Kylo Ren were very hard to find in my area.

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By in United Kingdom,

Come to think of it, I saw piles of both the Easter and Thanksgiving seasonal vignettes reduced in my local Lego store last year, so maybe they're not doing so well either. Although Thanksgiving sets were never going to do that well in Britain perhaps!

Don't get me wrong, I much prefer the vignettes too, but I think variety is always a good thing. I suspect they'll be back though.

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