Entertainment Weekly has reveal a LEGO DC Super Heroes set for the upcoming Wonder Woman movie with the Wonder Woman Warrior Battle (76075). It will have 286 pieces and will be available on May 1. The minifigures include Steve Trevor and Wonder Woman as well as a brick-built Ares. The price is reportedly to be $29.99.
Thanks to CM4Sci for the heads up.
LEGO has officially revealed the LEGO Ideas Apollo 11 Saturn-V Rocket over on their Facebook Page. There’s no word on piece count but it does have a release date of June.
Are you guys excited to finally see the Apollo 11 Saturn-V Rocket and will you be picking it up in June when it is released?
To finish up my coverave of the summer 2017 official images from Sinqel, we have the LEGO DC Super Hero Girls sets.
Harley Quinn Dorm (41236)
176 pieces – $19.99
Batgirl Secret Bunker (41237)
351 pieces – $44.99
Lena Luthor Kryptomite Factory (41238)
432 pieces – $59.99
Eclipso Dark Palace (41239)
1,078 pieces – $99.99
Continuing on with the LEGO summer 2017 official images, we now have the ones for LEGO Creator courtesy of Sinqel.
Space Shuttle Explorer (31066)
285 pieces – $29.99
Modular Poolside Holiday (31067)
356 pieces – $29.99
Modular Modern Home (31068)
386 pieces – $29.99
Modular Family Villa (31069)
728 pieces – $69.99
Turbo Track Racer (31070)
664 pieces – $59.99
Deadline has released some details about content for Cartoon Network this year and there’s new information about the LEGO Dimensions The Powerpuff Girls expansion packs.
It looks like we’ll be getting both a Team Pack and a Fun Pack for the trio. The Powerpuff Girls Team Pack will have Blossom and Bubbles LEGO minifigures while Buttercup will be in the Fun Pack. Both expansion packs will grant access to the Townsville Hub area which has locations from the TV series such as Pokey Oaks elementary, City Hall, Rainbow Land, the Pickle Museum, and Professor Utonium’s House which includes his lab.
There’s no word on release date or pricing but we can guess the Team Pack will be $24.99 while the Fun Pack will be $14.99.
The Powerpuff Girls LEGO DIMENSIONS – LEGO DIMENSIONS, the LEGO toy and videogame hybrid, is adding The Powerpuff Girls to its roster with a new Team Pack and Fun Pack. The Team Pack features Blossom and Bubbles minifigures, and the Fun Pack completes the team with Buttercup. Both packs give access to the Townsville Hub area where players can fly around Townsville and see sights like Pokey Oaks elementary, City Hall, Rainbow Land, the Pickle Museum and of course the girls’ home base complete with Professor Utonium’s lab.
The LEGO Elves theme continues on with its storyline and there will be more sets coming out this summer for it. There are now official images of the summer 2017 LEGO Elves sets courtesy of Sinqel.
Azari & the Goblin Forest Escape (41186)
145 pieces – $19.99
Rosalyn’s Healing Hideout (41187)
460 pieces – $49.99
Breakout from the Goblin King’s Fortress (41188)
695 pieces – $69.99
Coming on April 1, LEGO will be having a promotion for the LEGO Creator Mini Volkswagen Beetle (40252) which is a smaller version of the Volkswagen Beetle (10252) released last year. This set will be available with purchases of $50 or more, while supplies last, from April 1-15. Designed by long-time LEGO designer, Mel Caddick, the 141 piece set looks to be another great set by her. The contents of the box include two unnumbered bags, the instructions, and a small sticker sheet.
The front of the box has the same background as the larger Beetle to give it a consistant look considering they’re both the same vehicle. The back just shows another angle of the set.
The build of the Volkswagen Beetle is very simple as it pretty much is just stacking bricks, as these smaller sets are usually like. There isn’t any difficult building techniques used so the build time should be relatively short.
As I mentioned before, there are stickers with the set and as an official licensed product of Volkswagen, there is a sticker of the Volkwagen logo right in the front. For the license plate stickers, its spells out M31 OD4 which spells out Melody. If you’re not familar with license plate stickers, the designers usually throw in Easter eggs that relates to them and in this case, the designer’s first name.
The rest of the stickers are for the side rear windows, the tail lights, and for the surfboard which again has the same color scheme as the larger version. And of course, you also have the red cooler on top of the rack as well.
Overall, the LEGO Creator Mini Volkswagen Beetle (40252) is a really nice little promotional set. The propotions on it are on point and looks great next to its older brother. All the parts aren’t exclusive however a majority of the dark azure blue parts are still pretty rare.
Again, you can get this set starting this Saturday, April 1 with purchases of $50 or more, while supplies last, and will go on until April 15.
Thank you to LEGO for sending in this set for me to review. The content above represents my own opinion and not the company. Review sets sent in does not guarantee a positive review.