Inspired in the next 3D computer-animated musical fantasy comedy adventure film, Moana, Lego has decided to make a few Disney sets based on it, and the first one to be unveiled is this one in the picture, Moana on the High Seas (41150).
The image quality isn’t the best, but it’s possible to see that it will feature a nice raft with a big sail and some accessories, two figures (Moana mini-doll and Maui, her legendary hero) and an island with a sort of sanctuary and plenty of green vegetation. Nearby there’s also a small raft with a catapult that indicates problems for the guys.
Celebrating the theme 10th anniversary, Lego has officially presented the new Modular Building the Assembly Square. This masterpiece has four thousand pieces (a great building experience for sure!) and features a really nice shopping with an endless list of details and features and eight mini-figures: a dentist, barista, baker, florist, music store assistant, dancer, photographer and a LEGO® fan, plus a baby figure.
And it’s definitely a huge building, in line with the rest of the collection (other thing wouldn’t be expected…), showing not only three distinct facades but also a lot of movement in the side walk which I think it’s fantastic.
The first wave didn’t hit stores yet, most part of the details about January new sets are still a mystery and here we go for the summer set line for star wars! Just like every time, please consider this list as a rumor and the names might not be on their final version.
The prices go from the fifteen dollars of the battle packs to the ninety of the Freemaker adventures and among them there a few medium size sets with prices around the sixty/seventy dollars such as the death gang or the Star Wars The Force Awakens, the Quadjumper. All of them should be only available next June.
The first 2017 and consequently The Lego Movie Polybag has been revealed. Batman in the Phantom Zone is a forty pieces bag that contains a Batman Mini-figure with some accessories and a mysterious drone with plenty of sharp elements.
Batman seems to be with a smiling face (will it have a double printed face?) but almost for sure that the drone will give him some fight! At the moment there isn’t any information about prices or availability on markets, but I’m sure that soon we’ll hear some more about it.Have Continue reading →
Lego has just officially announced the latest Ideas set, the Beatles Yellow Submarine. With a total of five hundred and fifty pieces the set features besides the sub, five mini-figures (the four Beatles: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, and Jeremy, a curious but funny creature.
The sub has a nice color scheme mixing the yellow with a few orange and red shades and shows some interesting details such as the propellers, the periscopes or even the detachable top that allows access to the interior where can be found some seats for the guys and a few handlers.
If the submarine wasn’t enough, I think that the figures are definitely an Continue reading →