More LEGO BrickHeadz Sets Coming in 2018

New York Comic Con 2017 has kicked off and Jedi News is on location where they have reported on some LEGO BrickHeadz will be coming out in 2018. It has been revealed that there will be BrickHeadz for Justice League (21-24), Star Wars (25, 26, 39, 40), and Avengers: Infinity War (35-38). The Justice League and two of the Star Wars sets will be coming in January while the other two Star Wars and Avengers sets will be coming out in April.

There are rumors that Han Solo and Chewbacca could be two characters for the Star Wars BrickHeadz sets while Iron Man and Thanos is possible for the Infinity War BrickHeadz. Who do you think are in the silhouettes? Let us know in the comments below.

**Via Brickset**

  • KumaBot

    Are these selling? They are usually overflowing the shelves at our local Lego Store and Toys R Us.

    • Guyon van Oers

      they come out in 2018

      • KumaBot

        Really? obviously my comment was about Brickheadz in general and not these ones specifically

        • Guyon van Oers

          Brickheadz itself already has a few waves out but the new sets wich Allen just reported are coming in 2018

          • KumaBot

            Yes, I can read. You don’t need to summarize the article.

  • Reaven Veaceslav

    I really am looking forward to when the “cute big head” model trend ceases in toys.

  • colby ostrin

    Justice League: Flash, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, and Aquaman

    Star Wars: Kylo Ren,

  • Guyon van Oers

    Justice League (100% correct via leaked images):
    21 – Flash
    22 – Wonder Woman
    23 – Aquaman
    24 – Cyborg
    Star wars (I only know Kylo for sure):
    25 – Rey
    26 – Kylo
    39 – Han
    40 – Chewy
    Avengers (These are all speculations):
    35 – Hawkeye
    36 – Hulk / Thanos
    37 – Starlord
    38 – Scarlet Witch

    • The Anonymous Hutt

      I doubt it is Hulk, as he was already made. the rest seem spot-on.

  • Gomek

    Not sure why anyone would collect the Star Wars ones if you already know you’ll never complete the collection (thanks to the recent exclusives). I really feel as if this product line is doomed.

    • LtheCollector

      If that’s the case, then minifigures are doomed too since there are a few SDCC exclusives.

      • Gomek

        Most of us started collecting Minifigures before SDCC (in my case, way before).

        Certainly SDCC broke me of my need to be a completeist, which I was up until that point. (so Lego does lose there)

        Back in the day playmates killed their entire Star Trek line with one ultra limited figure. So there is a precedent.

        Lego minifigures are just too established. Brickheadz are not. I still think the SDCC exclusives will have a negative impact on that brand (sub-brand?).

  • Tad Powers

    For the justice league, from left to right it’s Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Cyborg. for the Star Wars, the two on the left are Rey and Kylo Ren, and the other two have been confirmed to be released in April, so they are most likely Han and Chewie from the han solo film. Finally, the Avengers Infinity War. The first one is most likely going to be either Spiderman, Vision, Falcon, or Wong, but I’m not sure. the second one is definitely Thanos since he looks like the Hulk, the third is definitely Star Lord, and the fourth might either be Gamora, Nebula (more accurate to the comics), Scarlet Witch, Loki, or Bucky.

  • Richard Wilson

    To collect these is a waste of time due to the number of Special Editions of prominent characters that are only available to a select few that can attend comic-cons on the other side of oceans.

  • Jaden

    Star Wars:
    Kylo Ren
    Poe Dameron
    Justice League:
    Wonder Woman
    The Flash

  • How does the numbering if this thing work? Do they numbers include the exclusive ones?