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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 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)
Racing Cars (60256)Continue

LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Elva (30343) Promotion Live on LEGO Shop

The promotion for the LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Elva (30343) is now live on the LEGO Shop. You can get the polybag for free with purchases of $40 or more, while supplies last. In addition, you can double up online for the LEGO DOTS Mini Frame (30556) with purchases of $40 or more in LEGO DOTS, LEGO Friends, or LEGO VIDIYO. You can also combine the promo with the FRIENDS Mug when you buy the LEGO Ideas Central Perk (21319). If you’re in-store you can pair it with Ninjago and get the LEGO Ninjago 10th Anniversary BrickHeadz (40490) with purchases of $85.


New June 2021 LEGO Sets Now Available on LEGO Shop

Here in the US, there are a number of summer 2021 LEGO sets that are now available for purchase on the LEGO Shop. Although it’s not all of the summer 2021 sets like with the rest of the world, there are a still quite a few of them from various themes. Also on the list is the Everyone is Awesome (40516) set which was the single most popular post ever on our social channels.

As far as promotions are concerned, there is the LEGO FRIENDS Mug (5006068) with a purchase of the LEGO Ideas Central Perk (21319). This promo will run from June 1-13. The LEGO Ninjago 10th Anniversary BrickHeadz (40490) is available in stores for $10 when you make a $85 LEGO Ninjago purchase. If you’re not a LEGO VIP member yet, you can sign up and get a free blue LEGO minifigure keychain (854090).


LEGO The Friends Apartments (10292) – $149.99
LEGO Everyone is Awesome (40516) – $34.99


Taj Mahal (21056) – $119.99


World Map (31203) – $249.99

BrickHeadz – June 2021

Daisy Duck (40476) – $9.99
Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey & Louie (40477) – $24.99
Dalmation (40479) – $14.99
Harry, Hermione, Ron & Hagrid (40495) – $24.99
Voldemort, Nagini & Bellatrix (40496) – $24.99


Olivia’s Gaming Cube (41667) – $9.99
Emma’s Fashion Cube (41668) – $9.99
Mia’s Soccer Cube (41669) – $9.99
Stephanie’s Ballet Cube (41670) – $9.99

Harry Potter

Wizarding World Minifigure Accessory Set (40500) – $14.99
Hogwarts: Polyjuice Potion Mistake (76386) – $19.99
Hogwarts: Fluffy Continue

LEGO Summer 2021 Sets Pricing and Release Dates

A majority of the summer 2021 sets now have product listings on the LEGO Shop and we can finally see the pricing and release dates for them in case you need to set your budget. Note that here in the US, we have a staggered release with some sets coming out in June while the rest release in August.

BrickHeadz – June 2021

Daisy Duck (40476) – $9.99
Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey & Louie (40477) – $24.99
Dalmation (40479) – $14.99
Harry, Hermione, Ron & Hagrid (40495) – $24.99
Voldemort, Nagini & Bellatrix (40496) – $24.99

City – August 2021

Wildlife Rescue ATV (60300) – $9.99
Wildlife Rescue Off-Roader (60301) – $49.99
Wildlife Rescue Operation (60302) – $89.99
Wildlife Rescue Camp (60307) – $99.99
Seaside Police and Fire Mission (60308) – $49.99

Classic – August 2021

Around the World (11015) – $49.99

Creator – August 2021

Space Shuttle Adventure (31117) – $39.99
Ferris Wheel (31119) – $79.99
Medieval Castle (31120) – $99.99
Crocodile (31121) – $29.99
Fish Tank (31122) – $29.99

Disney – August 2021

Mickey Mouse’s Propeller Plane (10772) – $9.99
Minnie Mouse’s Ice Cream Shop (10773) – $19.99
Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse’s Space Rocket (10774) – $19.99
Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck’s Farm (10775) – $29.99
Mickey & Friends Fire Truck & Station (10776) – $39.99
Minnie’s House and Café (10942) – $49.99
Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Wonderland (43194) – $39.99
Belle and the Beast’s Castle (43196) – $79.99

DOTS – August 2021

Extra DOTS Series 5 (41932) – $3.99
Lots of DOTS Continue

LEGO Speed Champions Summer 2021 Sets Revealed

There are now official images of the upcoming summer 2021 wave of LEGO Speed Champion sets coming out of JB Spielwaren. There’s a decent lineup of European cars as well as a Japanese one with a few American ones thrown in as well.

Koenigsegg Jesko (76900) – 280 pieces/19.99 €

Toyota GR Supra (76901) – 299 pieces/19.99 €

McLaren Elva (76902) – 263 pieces/19.99 €

Chevrolet Corvette C8-R Race Car and 1968 Chevrolet Corvette (76903) – 512 pieces/39.99 €

Mopar Dodge//SRT Top Fuel Dragster and 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A (76904) – 627 pieces/59.99 €

Ford GT Heritage Edition and Bronco R (76905) – 660 pieces/49.99 €


LEGO Speed Champions Mopar Dodge//SRT Top Fuel Dragster and 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A (76904) Found at Target

It looks like there’s some new LEGO Speed Champions sets that have hit Target a bit early as some fans have found a new one called the Mopar Dodge//SRT Top Fuel Dragster and 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A (76904) on store shelves. In fact, I believe multiple people have found it at different locations. Brickfinder reports that one person was able to purchase it while another on Reddit was denied purchase. The set has 627 pieces and retails for $49.99. The release date is up in the air as one store said it was street dates for August 1 while some day that the release date is in June. The set also is in the running for the longest set name ever.

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