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In The News
The release of the first eleven sets based on Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now just a little over two months away but there are still scenes and characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens which have yet to be represented in LEGO form. 75180 Rathtar Escape goes some way to rectify this, depicting the monstrous Rathtars as they rampage through the corridors of the Eravana.
Not only does the set feature two brick-built Rathtars which look brilliant but this is also the first appearance of Bala-Tik and the Guavian Enforcers who travel with him. These bright red soldiers represent one of my favourite character designs from the 2015 movie so to see them as minifigures is a treat. However, with a price of £84.99 or $79.99 this set will have to offer more than a good selection of figures in order to impress.
Spider-Man and Venom BrickHeadz!
The set will be available only to a lucky few attendees of San Diego Comic Con, which is held on 20-22 July this year.
As usual you'll have to jump through hoops to get one: attendees must first visit the Pavilion Terrace to participate in a random drawing to qualify to buy beginning as early as 6 a.m.
The numbers 15 and 16 on the box suggest that another box of two (13 and 14) might also be available there, assuming the numbers follow on from the 12 widely released ones.
It contains 144 pieces and will be priced at $40.
Via Hollywood Reporter. Thanks to CM4Sci for the news.
Woody, our man in China, has once again been scouring the local markets for LEGO rip-offs and has sent through a bumper crop of pictures of his latest findings.
Somewhat surprisingly, the clone manufacturers are showing signs of innovation and the design of a couple of the sets is almost half-decent...
The 8" square consumer catalogue for the second half of the year is turning up in German toy stores and Promobricks has posted images of three hitherto unseen sets that are featured in it: 76085 Battle of Atlantis, 76086 Knightcrawler Tunnel Attack and 76087 Flying Fox: Batmobile Airlift Attack.
View all three images at Promobricks.
LEGO hasn't published a digital version yet but I'm sure will do soon.
We have posted quite a few set reviews over the last few weeks so it is time for a recap, just in case you missed any. The list continues after the break.
- 60153 People Pack - Fun at the Beach
- 60154 Bus Station
- 60159 Jungle Halftrack Mission
- 60160 Jungle Mobile Lab
- 60164 Sea Rescue Plane
- 60165 4 x 4 Response Unit
These are the most read articles that we've posted over the last couple of weeks:
|70620 NINJAGO City Revealed!||21 Jun||45337||117|
|Ninjago Movie Collectable minifigures revealed||22 Jun||31540||88|
|Second batch of NINJAGO CMFs revealed!||23 Jun||18764||73|
|What do you collect?||17 Jun||18234||84|
|Review: LEGO-compatible Sticky Tape||18 Jun||15617||48|
|The Language of NINJAGO||22 Jun||15586||89|
|This year's Inside Tour set has been revealed||16 Jun||15006||61|
|[UK/DE] Discounts at shop.LEGO.com||16 Jun||13511||13|
|Review: 76083 Beware the Vulture||14 Jun||11757||56|
|Review: 75185 Tracker I||18 Jun||11617||53|
Brickworld, one of the largest if not the largest LEGO fan event in the United States, was just held in Chicago.
This year’s event had almost a 1000 registered attendees and over 8000 members of the public coming to view all the great MOCs displayed by the AFOLs.