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LEGO Ninjago 2023 Sets Officially Revealed

LEGO has officially revealed the 2023 wave of LEGO Ninjago sets. As we know by now, the current LEGO Ninjago storyline has wrapped up and a new story will start in 2023. It may seem that LEGO has gone back to basics with these sets as they are revisiting older sets while making them not too large. You’ll also notice that the boxes are extremely plain and not too flashy like with previous Ninjago sets.


Nya’s Water Dragon EVO (71800) – 173 pieces/$19.99

Let ninja fans aged 6+ enjoy fast thrills with Kai’s Ninja Race Car EVO (71780) building set. This LEGO® NINJAGO® car toy features an opening cockpit and an impressive golden wing spoiler on the back. It can be upgraded from an off-road vehicle into a street race car by swapping its 4 wheels.


Lloyd’s Mech Battle EVO (71781) – 223 pieces/$19.99

Kids aged 6+ will be excited to learn all about the fantasy action world of LEGO® NINJAGO®through building and playing with Lloyd’s Mech Battle EVO (71781). The playset features 2 posable mechs, both armed with cool weapons, so kids can stage gripping battles. Kids can upgrade Lloyd’s mech with golden armor and wings to help him triumph.


Cole’s Earth Dragon EVO (71782) – 285 pieces/$39.99

Kids aged 7+ will be excited to stage enthralling battles with this LEGO® NINJAGO® Cole’s Earth Dragon EVO (71782) playset. During the action, kids can upgrade the posable dragon toy to make it even bigger and more powerful by adding golden wings, horns and a tail.


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LEGO Updates Retiring Soon List – November 2022

LEGO has updated their Retiring Soon list again and there are a lot more sets that have been added that will be going away at the end of the year. This is the from the UK list as of today so LEGO Shop US may not show these sets as retiring yet but they will be. I’m sure there will be even more LEGO sets added to this list in the next few weeks so I’ll try it keep it more updated. Some sets may already show that they are sold out so you may have to find another retailer that has them in stock.

Remember to use Rakuten to earn some cash back on your purchases.


Art

Art Project – Create Together (21226) – $119.99
Harry Potter Hogwarts Crests (31201) – $119.99
Disney’s Mickey Mouse (31202) – $119.99


City

Fire Rescue Helicopter (60281) – $39.99
Fire Command Unit (60282) – $59.99
Stunt Park (60293) – $39.99
Wheelie Stunt Bike (60296) – $7.99
Rocket Stunt Bike (60298) – $7.99
Stunt Competition (60299) – $29.99
Wildlife Rescue ATV (60300) – $9.99
Chicken Stunt Bike (60310) – $7.99
Picnic in the Park (60326) – $19.99
The Blade Stunt Challenge (60340) – $34.99
Farmers Market Van (60345) – $44.99
Grocery Store (60347) – $69.99


Classic

Bricks and Houses (11008) – $19.99
Bricks Bricks Plates (11717) – $69.99


Creator

Elf Club House (10275) – $99.99
Fish Tank (31122) – $29.99


DC

Batman & Selina Kyle Motorcycle Pursuit (76179) – $14.99
1989 Batwing (76161) – $199.99
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Tommy Andreasen Leaves LEGO Ninjago Team

With the end of LEGO Ninjago Crystalized, show creator Tommy Andreasen has announced that this will be the end of his involvement with the Ninjago series. Since the start of the theme in 2011, Tommy had been involvement in pretty much all aspects of the show and the LEGO sets. Now that he has stepped away, he will also stop Ninjago related activities on Twitter which he opened engaged in conversation with fans. He will also stop answering questions about past Ninjago seasons as well.

As we all know by now, LEGO Ninjago will not be completely ending as it will be returning in 2023 with a new series. Tommy stated that it is important for the Ninjago team to find their own voice and to speak for themselves. I hope that whoever will be taking the mantle will be engaging with fans as Tommy was. If I’m not mistaken, Tommy is still a Senior Creative Manager at LEGO so he’ll be working on other things now that he has moved on from Ninjago.

We wish Tommy good luck in his future endeavors.

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LEGO August 2022 Sets Now Available on LEGO Shop

It’s August on the east coast and that means there are now over 90 new LEGO sets that are available for purchase on the LEGO Shop. There’s literally something for everyone as there are over 90 new LEGO sets across a number of themes.

As for the promotions, the LEGO Forest Hideout (40567) is available again from now until August 8 with purchases of $150 or more.


Architecture

Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) – $129.99


Art

The Rolling Stones (31206) – $149.99
Floral Art (31207) – $79.99


BrickHeadz

Manchester United Go Brick Me (40541) – $14.99
FC Barcelona Go Brick Me (40542) – $19.99
Koi Fish (40545) – $14.99
Poodle (40546) – $14.99
Obi-Wan Kenobi & Darth Vader (40547) – $19.99


City

Touring Stunt Bike (60331) – $7.99
Reckless Scorpion Stunt Bike (60332) – $7.99
Bathtub Stunt Bike (60333) – $7.99
Train Station (60335) – $99.99
Freight Train (60336) – $189.99
Express Passenger Train (60337) – $179.99
Smashing Chimpanzee Stunt Loop (60338) – $69.99
Double Loop Stunt Arena (60339) – $149.99
The Blade Stunt Challenge (60340) – $34.99
The Knockdown Stunt Challenge (60341) – $34.99
The Shark Attack Stunt Challenge (60342) – $34.99
Grocery Store (60347) – $69.99


Classic

Build Together (11020) – $99.99


Creator 3-in-1

Sunken Treasure Mission (31130) – $34.99
Downtown Noodle Shop (31131) – $44.99
Viking Ship and the Midgard Serpent (31132) – $119.99


Disney

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse’s Camping Trip (10777) – $24.99
Mickey, Minnie and Goofy’s Fairground Fun (10778) – $34.99
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LEGO August 2022 Shopping Guide

August is just around the corner and it is usually one of the biggest months for new LEGO sets, at least in North America. There will be over 90 sets that will be dropping in a few days on the LEGO Shop and here’s a shopping guide for what we can be expecting. Note that there will also be price increases on current sets that are already available which go up to 25%.


Architecture

Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) – $129.99


Art

The Rolling Stones (31206) – $149.99
Floral Art (31207) – $79.99


BrickHeadz

Manchester United Go Brick Me (40541) – $14.99
FC Barcelona Go Brick Me (40542) – $19.99
Koi Fish (40545) – $14.99
Poodle (40546) – $14.99
Obi-Wan Kenobi & Darth Vader (40547) – $19.99


City

Touring Stunt Bike (60331) – $7.99
Reckless Scorpion Stunt Bike (60332) – $7.99
Bathtub Stunt Bike (60333) – $7.99
Train Station (60335) – $99.99
Freight Train (60336) – $189.99
Express Passenger Train (60337) – $179.99
Smashing Chimpanzee Stunt Loop (60338) – $69.99
Double Loop Stunt Arena (60339) – $149.99
The Blade Stunt Challenge (60340) – $34.99
The Knockdown Stunt Challenge (60341) – $34.99
The Shark Attack Stunt Challenge (60342) – $34.99
Grocery Store (60347) – $69.99


Classic

Build Together (11020) – $99.99


Creator 3-in-1

Sunken Treasure Mission (31130) – $34.99
Downtown Noodle Shop (31131) – $44.99
Viking Ship and the Midgard Serpent (31132) – $119.99


Disney

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse’s Camping Trip (10777) – $24.99
Mickey, Minnie and Goofy’s Fairground Fun (10778) – $34.99
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LEGO SDCC 2022 Behind the Bricks with LEGO Entertainment Panel Recap

LEGO SDCC 2022 Behind the Bricks with LEGO Entertainment

I’m back from LEGO Entertainment panel at San Diego Comic Con 2022 which included various shows like Ninjago, Star Wars, City, Monkey Kid, Friends as well as LEGO Masters. The main thing that took the most time was for LEGO Ninjago and what happens in the second half of Crystalized and comes after that. We can confirm that Crystalized will be returning in October on Netflix. There’s no mentioning of it showing on any other platform. Dareth will be showing up again and Harumi will be featured more and will have a big impact for the Crystalized ending.

LEGO SDCC 2022 Behind the Bricks with LEGO Entertainment

The other big new is that LEGO Ninjago will not be ending this year but will be back with a new series in 2023. There was absolutely no details about the show except that it is not a reboot. Writer, Chris “Doc” Wyatt tried to give us some details but had the microphone taken away by Asa Tait. The only information that was given about the 2023 Ninjago series is that it is all new and all different in exciting ways. They said to use your imagination on what that could be. We’ll probably get snippets of it this winter when the 2023 LEGO sets are revealed.

LEGO SDCC 2022 Behind the Bricks with LEGO Entertainment

For the other part of the panel, we had some LEGO Star Wars shorts which featured Obi-Wan Kenobi dueling Darth Vader in the desert and Grogu building sandcastles. They were pretty funny.

LEGO SDCC 2022 Behind the Bricks with LEGO Entertainment

LEGO SDCC 2022 Behind the Bricks with LEGO Entertainment

LEGO SDCC 2022 Behind the Bricks with LEGO Entertainment

LEGO SDCC 2022 Behind the Bricks with LEGO Entertainment

There was also a short LEGO Masters clip from Amy and Jamie. Season 3 airs Wednesday, September 21. Boone … Continue

Behind the Bricks with LEGO Entertainment San Diego Comic Con 2022 Panel Announced

The Saturday panels list for San Diego Comic Con 2022 is now up and there will be one panel for LEGO entertainment. We’ll be able to get a sneak peek at LEGO Masters as well as LEGO animations including LEGO Ninjago. New LEGO Designer Boone Langston will be moderating the panel and guests will include Rob May (producer, LEGO Masters), Robert Fewkes (producer, LEGO City Adventures), Jason Cosler (producer, LEGO Star Wars), and Doc Wyatt and Kevin Burke (writers, Ninjago).

Behind the Bricks with LEGO Entertainment

Go behind the scenes and get a sneak peek of upcoming LEGO animation, specials, and LEGO Masters. Boone Langston (LEGO Masters) leads a panel sharing exciting new LEGO animation, including a dive into the epic finale of the current Ninjago series and exclusive peeks at the upcoming season of LEGO Masters, followed by a Q&A featuring Rob May (producer, LEGO Masters), Robert Fewkes (producer, LEGO City Adventures), Jason Cosler (producer, LEGO Star Wars), and Doc Wyatt and Kevin Burke (writers, Ninjago).

**Update: SDCC seems to have removed the panel from the schedule. I literally can’t find it anywhere now.**

**Update 2: The panel has been moved to Sunday, July 24. It’ll be in Room 6BCF from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM.**

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