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LEGO Monkie Kid Continuing Through 2023

A few days ago, LEGO Vice President of Design Matthew Ashton did a Q&A on Instagram and he listed off some themes he has been put in charge of for 2023 and some of them may surprise you. As VP of Design, he has his hands full for quite a few product lines for 2023 which include City, Friends, Creator, Classic, Technic, Speed Champions, Monkie Kid, Ninjago, Collectible Minifigures, and DOTS.

What’s most interesting is that Monkie Kid will continue releasing products for the next few years. Although Monkie Kid is a very unique theme that caters mostly to the Asian market, I’m not really sure if it’s that popular in the west. They’ve recently announced that the show will finally be available in the US through Amazon Kids+ but it seems quite late since a lot of people have been waiting over a year to watch it and the hype for the theme has substantially cooled down. Original IPs tend to do well with LEGO and they usually run for about two years but if Monkie Kid extends to 2023, that’ll be four years which makes it one of the longer running ones and that isn’t a bad thing.


LEGO Monkie Kid Airing on Amazon Kids+ on September 9

LEGO has announced LEGO Monkie Kid will be airing on Amazon Kids+ starting on September 9. Season 1 of the show will be available via Amazon in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, and Japan and Season 2 will be available on October 28. It was also stated in the press release that a new line of LEGO Monkie Kid sets will be available later this fall.

Obviously, this is sort of a misstep from LEGO as the show that many have been waiting to watch will now be behind a paywall. For a short while, the episodes were up on YouTube in Cantonese, albiet illegally, but at least I was able to watch the first season without issues.

LEGO® Monkie Kid™ Arrives September 9 on Amazon Kids+

After hugely successful reception in Asia, the hit animated series inspired by a Chinese legend swings onto screens and into new LEGO sets to entertain new audiences

BILLUND, September 8, 2021 – Today, the LEGO Group announced its first-ever original content distribution relationship and product deal with Amazon and the launch of the animated series LEGO® Monkie Kid™. The content is part of a multi-territory, multi-year arrangement which includes seasons one and two, two specials, and a new line of LEGO sets available later this fall. On September 9th, Season one of LEGO Monkie Kid will be available via Amazon for viewing in the U.S., UK, Canada, Germany, and Japan on Amazon Kids+, and season two will be available on Amazon Kids+ beginning October 28th.

Fans of LEGO Monkie


LEGO Sets Reportedly Retiring at End of 2021

It’s about that time of the year when various media outlets get information about LEGO sets that will be retiring at the end of the year. StoneWars has given an extensive list on what has gone out of stock in Germany and what sets we can expect to leave store shelves soon in other parts of the world. As usual, this is just a reported list and not all the sets listed are confirmed to be retired but there’s a chance they could be.


San Francisco (21043)
Trafalgar Square (21045)
Empire State Building (21046)


Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe (31197)
The Beatles (31198)
Marvel Studios Iron Man (31199)
Star Wars The Sith (31200)


Valentine’s Bear (40379)
Easter Sheep (40380)
Monkey King (40381)
Wedding Bride (40383)
Wedding Groom (40384)
Belle Bottom, Kevin and Bob (40421)
Frankenstein (40422)
Lucky Cat (40436)
German Shepherd (40440)
Dalmation (40479)
Cockatiel (40481)
Hamster (40482)
La Catrina (40492)
Voldemort, Nagini & Bellatrix (40496)

Brick Sketches

Batman (40386)
The Joker (40428)
BB-8 (40431)
First Order Stormtrooper (40391)


Mobile Command Center (60139)
Burger Bar Fire Rescue (60214)
Fire Station (60215)
Downtown Fire Brigade (60216)
Garbage Truck (60220)
Diving Yacht (60221)
Mars Research Shuttle (60226)
Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control (60228)
Rocket Assembly Transport (60229)
Police Patrol Car (60239)
Police Dog Unit (60241)
Police Highway Arrest (60242)
Police Helicopter Transport (60244)
Police Monster Truck Heist (60245)
Police Station (60246)
Forest Fire (60247)
Street Sweeper (60249)
Mail Plane (60250)
Monster Truck (60251)
Construction Bulldozer (60252)
Race Boat Transporter (60254)
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LEGO Shop July 2021 Shopping Guide

July is coming up and this is your reminder that there will be some new products and promotions that will kick off tonight on the LEGO Shop. The main promotion is for the LEGO adidas Originals Superstar (40486) with purchases of $85 or more, while supplies last. The promo runtime was supposed to be from July 1-25 but the Store Calendar seems to have changed it to July 1-14 so plan accordingly and there might not be that much stock since they’ve shortened the time.

Speaking of adidas, the LEGO adidas Originals Superstar (10282) buildable shoe will be available for $79.99. You can read my review here.

The new LEGO Ideas Typewriter (21327) will be available to the general public for $199.99 but as of right now, it is out of stock. We’ll see if LEGO puts it up again for sale. You can read my review here.

The LEGO Monkie Kid theme will have three new sets added to the lineup.

Sandy’s Power Loader Mech (80025) – $54.99
Pigsy’s Noodle Tank (80026) – $59.99
The Bone Demon (80028) – $119.99

Lastly, we have the new LEGO Disney The Ice Castle (43197) which also retails for $199.99. It is a larger scale castle that is comparable to the original Disney Castle (71040) but it’s not labeled as an exclusive.


LEGO Monkie Kid The Legendary Flower Fruit Mountain (80024) Review

In my final review of the newest wave of LEGO Monkie Kid sets, I have the The Legendary Flower Fruit Mountain (80024). It has 1,949 pieces and retails for $169.99. All the parts are in numbered bags to 18.

LEGO Monkie Kid The Legendary Flower Fruit Mountain (80024)

LEGO Monkie Kid The Legendary Flower Fruit Mountain (80024)


LEGO Monkie Kid Summer 2021 Official Set Images

LEGO has revealed the summer 2021 wave of LEGO Monkie Kid sets with product listings on the LEGO Shop. We first saw these sets yesterday as a LEGO store in Germany sold them early but the three sets are scheduled to be released on July 1.

Sandy’s Power Loader Mech (80025) – 520 pieces/$54.99

Youngsters can become heroes defending the city from the Spider Queen’s army with the LEGO® Monkie Kid™ Sandy’s Power Loader Mech (80025). The buildable mech toy features a cockpit for the Sandy big figure, flip-out jet boosters, a power-punching fist, rotating Crescent Staff and DJ booth on top for Mo the cat. This high-quality set also includes Syntax and Huntsman minifigures with weapons, plus Syntax’s mech, with a ‘spider poison’ rocket launcher, saw and spike, to inspire hours of play.

Fun builds
Step-by-step instructions and separate bags of bricks allow even LEGO beginners to enjoy the building experience. Kids can also use the free LEGO Building Instructions app where they can save their progress and jump back into the build any time.

Educational fun
Rooted in Chinese culture, LEGO Monkie Kid toys reimagine Monkey King tales from the classic Journey to the West novel in exciting new ways. They make great gifts for creative children, helping them to develop resilience and optimism.

• Children can play out heroic missions to defeat Spider Queen’s army with this LEGO® Monkie Kid™ building toy (80025), featuring Sandy’s Power Loader Mech, Syntax’s mech and more.
• This high-quality, buildable playset features a Sandy big figure, Mo


LEGO Monkie Kid Summer 2021 Sets Found in Germany

The folks at Promobricks has reported there are some new LEGO Monkie Kid sets that have been able to be purchased at the Dusseldorf LEGO Brand Store. Sandy’s Power Loader Mech (80025) faces off again Syntax’s little spider mech and Pigsy’s Noodle Tank (80026) is as what you expect the name to be. It’s a traditional noodle bowl that has been transformed into a tank. There’s also a huge villain set numbered 80028 that was found in the instructions and it uses a lot of glow in the dark pieces.

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