Lego has just unveiled a new Ideas set, totally different from everything, the Pop Up Book. This new concept is considerably big, eight hundred and fifty nine pieced and features a buildable book with two scenarios that includes four mini-figures (Little Red Riding Hood, Grandmother, the Wolf, and the Giant), a micro-figure and some nice details to enjoy.
The base of those scenarios are two old fairy tales: Little Red Riding Hood and Jack and the Beanstalk, whose respective parts can be built separately and then attached to the book, one at a time. Personally, it’s not my concept of Lego, but I must say that the book, when closed, looks absolutely beautiful.
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Lego has just unveiled the official pictures of the newest Lego Ideas set, Voltron – Defender of the Universe (21311) . And it’s not just another new set, it’s just the biggest Ideas project that has ever produced, measuring 40 cm high and featuring more than two thousand and three hundred pieces.
Voltron looks outstanding with lots of different colors, features and of course a huge size. The mech can also be transformed into five different lions (or vice-versa) and as an addition, there are also a big sword and a shield that can be attached to Voltron’s heads which looks absolutely great.
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The new Lego Ideas set, Tron: Legacy was finally revealed by Lego. The new set has exactly two hundred and thirty pieces and features two light cycles – a sort of high speed bikes, a grid base to recreate some movie scenes and three mini-figures (Sam Flynn, Quorra and Rinzler) with the usual assorted accessories.
The Light cycles look absolutely futuristic and the only difference between them is the color. Both have extra large wheels and a nice and sturdy base, the piloting position is just perfect and at the back there’s a clip that holds a beautiful and unusual light, or according to Lego a power stream effect.
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The next Lego Ideas set, Ship in a Bottle, was finally unveiled and will be available on stores next month. The set will be slightly smaller than the original project with exactly nine hundred and sixty two pieces and will be definitely a must have for the Lego fans.
The playability isn’t much but the building experience and beauty are surely on high levels. The transparent bottle is nicely reproduced and well as the brown stand and inside, the ship has for sure some really nice details.
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In a time when news about regular sets have slowed down a bit, a pretty interesting ideas project has just achieved 10.000 supporters, joining the pop up book and the boat house dinner, in the third review stage of this year.
The lighthouse is a huge creation with almost two thousands and four hundred pieces and features besides the light tower, a big building built over an island with plenty of different colors and nice details to enjoy.
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