Images of the Summer 2019 LEGO sets have started to surface online and there are now some for the LEGO Creator theme. The most interesting one to me is the new Carousel which looks to expand on the smaller fairground rides which started with the Pirate Roller Coaster (31084) from last summer.
As we know by now, we will be getting some space themed sets for LEGO City this summer and we now have official images of the sets via Dutch retailer KelCha.nl. As someone who loves spaced sets, these LEGO City Mars Exploration sets are very interesting to me and we’ll also be getting a People Pack for it as well. The set names were translated from German from the Nuremburg Toy Fair so they might vary a little when we get them in English.
Maintenance Mission Shuttle (60224)
Rover Test Drive (60225)
Mars Research Shuttle (60226)
Moon Base (60227)
Space Research Rocket Control Center (60228)
People Pack – Space Research and Development (60230)
LEGO has released a number of new products today on [email protected] and we can also include some The LEGO Movie 2 sets in there as well. There are three new sets that are available including the massive Rexcelsior which is basically a huge fist ship.
In addition to the Spider-Man: Far From Home sets launching, the LEGO Toy Story 4 sets are also available for purchase on [email protected]. There are six sets in the wave and they are 4+ sets even though they are listed under the Juniors theme.
The new LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Spider-Man: Far From Home sets are now available for purchase on [email protected]. For those who were waiting for these sets to be released for the Avengers Tower (40334) set and the Captain Marvel Art Print (5005877), you’re in luck because LEGO still has them in stock. As a reminder, the tower is free with purchases of $75 or more while the poster is free with $35 or more.
Continuing on my reviews of the LEGO Star Wars 20th Anniversary Edition sets, the next set I’ll be taking a look at is the Clone Scout Walker (75261). It has 250 pieces and retails for $29.99. Like with the Imperial Dropship (75261), this set could be considered an army builder set if you want to build the Battle of Kashyyyk scene.
The LEGO Toy Story 4 sets are set to be released tomorrow and we now have the official box art images of the sets via Target Australia. There are six sets in the wave and they are all based on the 4+ theme which, fortunately for us, use minifigures. I feel that the set with the roller coaster will be a popular one due to it being rather inexpensive and includes parts for the roller coaster as well as the Alien minifigure.