The newest Lego Ideas set, NASA Apollo Saturn IV has been officially revealed, showing the biggest Lego ideas set ever produced. The box with more than one thousand and nine hundred pieces features besides the one meter high model, three astronaut micro figures (representing Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins), a lunar lander and orbital and also a stand.
Being most of all an exposition model, it is definitely a must have set, in terms of beauty and detail for the Lego space fans. The NASA Apollo Saturn IV should be available next June, with a retail price around the hundred and twenty dollars which is absolutely a very interesting price.Have a look at the press release Continue reading →
Lego has just officially revealed the new Creator Expert set, the Carrousel (10257), a fairground masterpiece with two thousand six hundred and seventy pieces that includes also seven mini-figures (a ride operator, mom, dad, boy, girl, grandmother and a granddaughter) and a sales ticket stand.
And I definitely love it. The carrousel includes among other things five brick built animals (a swan, an elephant, a tiger, a flamingo and a frog.) which move up and down just as the big carrousel rotates. Unfortunately the power functions are not included which is an extra cost to extract all the possible fun and playability from the carrousel.The set should be Continue reading →
A picture of the new Creator Fairground Carrousel has just appeared in June’s Lego store calendar, giving total consistency of a recent rumor that mentioned the release of a new Creator Fairground set. It joins a great collection, composed by the Fairground Mixer – a 2014 model- (10244) and the Ferris wheel – a 2015 set – (10242).
The picture isn’t the best but it looks quite clear that it will be a shorter version of the Grand Carrousel (10196) and it will feature besides the carrousel, seven or eight mini-figures as well as a small stand. Can’t wait to see it with the power functions!
A list, from Brickset database, with the official set names of the new Lego Ninjago Movie has been surfing today in the internet, showing ten new sets, some of them already known for a while, like for instance the Fire Mech (70615) or the Green Ninja Mech Dragon (70612).
AS you can see below, the set range is not complete, so probably a few more sets will be announced and I must say that I’m quite curious to see the official pictures of some of them as well, of course, the Lego Ninjago Movie. The sets should be available next September when the movie hits theatres.
The Jungle Cargo Helicopter is a City set from the new Jungle Subtheme. With around two hundred pieces, it brings a yellow Cargo helicopter, an ATV with a new design, a small island with a totem with some bushes and two Jungle mini-figures with assorted accessories, including a toolbox that can be pulled by the heli.
And talking about this one, it is surely the big attraction. With an unusual design, prepared to transport goods or vehicles with a winch, it shows at the front a small cockpit with some handlers, a set for the pilot and a long windshield that is at the same time the only access to the interior.