If you haven’t picked up the LEGO Ideas Caterham Seven 620R (21307) yet, Amazon has it on sale for a pretty decent price of $59.99 which is 25% off the retail price. I’ve done a review of the Caterham and it is arguably one of the best LEGO Ideas sets to be released so far. With the sale going on, it’s worth picking up even more.
We’re getting down towards the end of The LEGO Batman Movie set reviews and the penultimate set I’ll be reviewing of the initial wave is the Batcave Break-In (70909). The set has 1,047 pieces and retails for $99.99. There are eight numbered bags, the instruction booklet, and a decent sized sticker sheet packed in the box.
Interested in LEGO Art? The AFOL Poster Subscription Service from Bricks on the Dollar has begun its mission to bring you original LEGO Artwork every month with their second release, 6037 Witch’s Windship by Claire Baldwin.
Every month a new artist will create distinctly LEGO-themed art in their own style. 11”x17” posters are available from the AFOL Poster Service website. Posters are tube-shipped to their recipients. For only $10 per month you will get the newest poster tube-shipped to you on the 1st of each month. Subscribers also get a short bio about the artist and the artwork as well as an official LEGO Minifigure from the depicted theme! If you want to pick and choose, the posters will be individually available on the 15th of each month for $13 shipped.
Check out the posters which are available right now. A new poster will be available each month while supplies last. Upcoming themes include Galaxy Squad, Town, and more. Pick your favorites or sign up for the subscription to never miss a poster!
If you haven’t seen it yet, there’s going to be a cool little set that will be coming out for aspiring filmmakers called Movie Maker Set (853650) that is themed around The LEGO Batman Movie. The set has 152 pieces and includes a Batman minifigure, parts to build a stand for your smartphone, as well as a background scene. The set is good for making your own stop-motion videos.
The Movie Maker Set (853650) is already available in Europe and Asia but there’s no word on the availability here in North America.
The LEGO Batman Movie: The Making of the Movie is now available and DK has sent over a copy of the book. I already purchased my own copy from Amazon and I’ll be doing a review on it probably in the next week or so to give people some time to watch the movie if they haven’t yet since there are spoilers.
For this extra copy, I’ll be doing a giveaway for it for you readers. There’s nothing special you have to do, just follow the instructions below. The contest will run for two weeks and the deadline to enter is March 11, 2017 and one winner will be chosen. This will be a USA only contest.
The Red Arrows Hawk by M4 CUS and RAFRed10 is the latest project to achieve 10,000 on LEGO Ideas. It is based on the BAE Systems Hawk T1 aircraft that flies for the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team. The plane also has functioning features such as a retractable undercarriage and opening cockpit canopy. There’s also a pilot and engineer minifigures in their respective red and blue suits.
There’s a new LEGO Ninjago Accessory Pack (853687) that will be coming out. Like with other accessory packs that have been released so far by LEGO, this pack has a couple of minifigures, including Skylor, as well as weapons and hair pieces as well. What’s the most interesting for me is the 1×1 round printed tile of a sushi that is included which is fairly rare piece.
The LEGO Ninjago Accessory Pack (853687) will retail for $14.99 and word has it that it is already showing up at LEGO Brand Stores. It’s not on [email protected] yet but I suspect it will be at the beginning of March.