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LEGO Monkie Kid’s Team Dronecopter (80023) Revealed

The LEGO Monkie Kid theme will be continuing this spring with more sets and LEGO has revealed the first one with the Monkie Kid’s Team Dronecopter (80023). It has 1,462 pieces and will retail for $149.99. The set will include a large Dronecopter along with some cargo containers which have hidden play features. This will be one of the first sets that will include Mr. Tang as a LEGO minifigure as well.

Children can become heroes in their own epic stories and wow their friends with Monkie Kid’s Team Dronecopter. This LEGO® Monkie Kid™ helicopter toy (80023) features 2 spring-loaded shooters and 2 detachable ‘cargo containers’ with lots of homely features inside, including bunk beds and a buildable arcade machine. The playset includes 8 minifigures and 2 figures, including Monkie Kid, Mei, Sandy, Mo the cat, Spider Queen, Mr. Tang with a Journey to the West book element and Red Son with a flyer, plus a spring-loaded ‘spider poison’ shooter for battle action.

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Find clear instructions in the box and digital Instructions PLUS in the free LEGO Building Instructions app, which lets youngsters zoom in on, rotate and visualize the models as they build.

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Inspired by the classic Journey to the West novel and rooted in China’s culture, LEGO Monkie Kid sets make the best gifts for kids, helping them develop creativity, bravery, resilience and optimism.

• Children can join a team of heroes and battle the Spider Queen with the fabulously detailed Monkie Kid’s Team Dronecopter (80023), plus


LEGO Monkie Kid Monkie Kid’s Team Secret HQ (80013) Review

The last of the initial wave of LEGO Monkie Kid sets I want to take a look at is Monkie Kid’s Team Secret HQ (80013). It is 1,959 pieces and retails for $169.99.


LEGO Monkie Kid Red Son’s Inferno Truck (80011) Review

It’s been a while but continuing on my reviews of the initial wave of LEGO Monkie Kid sets, I have Red Son’s Inferno Truck (80011). It has 1,111 pieces and retails for $119.99. The contents of the box include eight number bags, a bag of wheels, and the instructions along with the sticker sheet.


LEGO Celebrates Chinese Culture with Four New Sets for 2021

LEGO at the 3rd China International Import Exhibition has revealed four new sets for 2021 celebrating Chinese culture including a few that marks the Year of the Ox. These four sets are in a variety of themes including the LEGO Chinese Traditional Festival, LEGO DUPLO, as well as LEGO Monkie Kid. The Chinese Festival sets will be available on January 1 in the China and Asia Pacific markets and on January 10 for the rest of the world. The LEGO DUPLO set will be available globally on January 1. The LEGO Monkie Kid set will be available on March 1 along with six more sets in the theme. Check out the press release and images of the sets below.


LEGO Monkie Kid Iron Bull Tank (80007) Other Double VIP Point Set

Earlier today, I talked about the LEGO October 2020 double VIP point set which is the LEGO Technic Concrete Mixer Truck (42112). It was curious since the offers page only showed one set but apparently there is a second one which is the LEGO Monkie Kid Iron Bull Tank (80007). That set retails for $49.99 and you can get 650 VIP points for it. Thanks for everyone for the heads up.


LEGO Monkie Kid Season One Completed

It has been announced by LEGO Monkie Kid producer Vicky Kjaer Jensen that season one of the show is now complete. There’s still no word yet on when it will air here in the US but you can still find the first two episodes on YouTube. It’s a pretty interesting show and the animation studio is Flying Bark Productions which is the same one that did Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. I assume it’ll be airing on Cartoon Network since all the LEGO shows are on there.


LEGO Monkie Kid Monkie Kid’s Delivery Bike (30341) Promotion Live on [email protected]

The promotion for the LEGO Monkie Kid Monkie Kid’s Delivery Bike (30341) polybag is now live on LEGO [email protected]. You can get it for free with purchases of $35 or more while supplies last. The polybag is a good one because there are some fairly rare pieces in it such as the bike fairing and Monkie Kid himself.

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