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.
WB Games has released a new Hero trailer for LEGO City Undercover which will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam on April 4. The trailer shows Chase McCain using various outfits to try to hunt down Rex Fury.
At the end of the trailer, it also shows the co-op mode which was sorely missed on the Wii U when it was first released. It looks like it’ll use the same scaling split-screen feature that the more recent LEGO games have been using.
The new LEGO BrickHeadz are now available and fans have been doing creative things with them. Some have created their own like CM4Sci while others have created actual bobbleheads from them. In the video below, HFmasters has given some simple instructions on how to make your own. All you need is a flex tube, a 2×2 round plate, and a 1×1 stud with hole which attaches to the base. Check out the video below and show us in the comments on what you come up with.
Amazon is celebrating their second straight year as the #1 company on the Harris Corporate Reputation Poll. As a result, for today only, they are offering a discount of $8.62 on orders of $50 or more.
If you’re planning on picking up some new LEGO sets that just came out like Star Wars, Marvel Super Heroes, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, this is a good time to. It’s worth mentioning that some of the Star Wars sets are on sale as well for 20% off.
To get the discount, enter BIGTHANKS during checkout and you’ll see it applied.
This August, there will be a new book by LEGO artist Dan Veesenmeyer called LEGO Ninjago: How to Draw Ninja, Villains, and More!. If you’ve seen Dan’s work before in the LEGO Marvel Avengers video game and the LEGO Club Magazine, you know that it’s some very nice artwork and now, he can teach you how to draw your favorite Ninjago characters.
Dan has released the cover of LEGO Ninjago: How to Draw Ninja, Villains, and More! and the book will also include a mechanical pencil, black marker, three double-tipped colored pencils, and an eraser. There is also a description of the book which you can check out below. The retail price for the book will be $16.99.
Escape from your everyday life and learn how to draw your favorite characters from the world of LEGO NINJAGO® with this step-by-step tutorial. Train your fingers with beginner-friendly draw-in-the-blank pages, tracing activities, and easy inking and coloring practice sections. Then, practice artist-approved techniques to sketch, ink, and color right inside the book, using the included mechanical pencil, black marker, block eraser, and colored pencils. With the proper training, you’ll master drawing your favorite ninjas, villains, and more.
Every month, Bricks on the Dollar gives away a sealed, vintage LEGO set. Interested in winning some FREE LEGO? All you need to do is enter the giveaway drawing with your email address HERE. Even better, they use the same sign-up form each month so all you need to do is bookmark this link, and you can enter every month to win another set!
The winner will be drawn on March 1st and contacted for their mailing address. On that same day, the March giveaway set will be announced and the sign-up form will be reset for the next drawing.
LEGO set 6546 Slick Racer 4 is an all-printed, 4-wide racer from 1996. This was one of the first 6 sets to include the now classic Slick Tires from which this set takes its name. This 38 piece set was an accompanying model to 6335 Indy Transport and 6337 Fast Track Finish. Cumulatively, these three sets contained the numbers 1 through 6 race cars, all in the same style. This particular copy comes sealed with not one, but two Kmart stickers!