Despite being so simple, this polybag is definitely pretty cute. The new Lego Christmas train brings around seventy pieces and the traditional strong red color, mixed with black, which gives it a very traditional and seasonal look.
In terms of elements, it shows a coal locomotive with a few golden bricks, a gift cart in the middle with two presents and at the back, the passengers’ wagon. No details for now about availability on retail or prices, but until Christmas, there’s plenty of time for that.
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It’s time for the Banana Guy, a new Lego seasonal set. First of all, it’s a bit funny that a mini-figure with five lonely pieces comes packed in a nice but big beach cabin, but looking to the previous releases, this type of box is definitely a success.
The set itself features a banana guy, slightly different from the one of the series 16 of collectable mini-figures, with a portable radio and some nice summer clothes, including some funny sandals. There are no words for now about prices or availability but soon I’m sure that we’ll hear some more about it!
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A re release of the 2016 seasonal set, Wedding Favor Set (, has just started surfing in the web. The new Wedding set (40197) features a hundred a thirty two pieces, a bit more than the previous model, and features the grooms, perfectly dressed, a nice arch of the altar with some great details, a path with flowers and the usual accessories: a lot of different hairstyles and the bouquet for the bride.
There’s no information for now about availability on stores but I’m sure than soon we’ll hear some more about it. The set should presumably retail around the ten dollars.
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Brick or Treat! Lego has just published a video on their facebook page about how to build a wicked witch in just nine easy steps. After the traditional pumpkin, where several instructions can be found, this is definitely a new alternative Halloween decoration for the big night.
As you can see in the video, it only requires twenty two pieces, of different colors, that aren’t very hard to find and a minute to build it. The big black heat and the broom are surely very funny. I wonder if Lego will publish some more stuff… There’s still some time!
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A new Christmas Build Up set, similar to the 40222 released last year, has been seen in an Italian Lego calendar. The box features around two hundred and fifty pieces and allows building twenty four different mini elements, even though they cannot all be built at the same time.
Even that the image isn’t clear, it’s not hard to imagine some of those models: a Christmas tree, a Santa, a small locomotive or even a fire hood will certainly be in the list. The set, in Italy, will be available nearly a month, with purchases over 65 Euros, starting October 22th to November 20th.
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