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LEGO Minecraft Summer 2018 Sets Revealed

LEGO Minecraft The Bedrock Adventures (21147)

The LEGO Minecraft theme is still going strong and this summer, there will be three more sets coming out for fans to enjoy. They are all slated to be released in August.


The Skull Arena (21145) 198 pieces – $19.99/$24.99 (CAD)

LEGO Minecraft The Skull Arena (21145)


The Skeleton Attack (21146) – 457 pieces – $39.99/49.99 (CAD)

LEGO Minecraft The Skeleton Attack (21146)


The Bedrock Adventures (21147) – 644 pieces – $89.99/$99.99 (CAD)

LEGO Minecraft The Bedrock Adventures (21147)


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LEGO Technic Summer 2018 Sets Revealed

LEGO Technic Volvo Concept Wheel Loader ZEUX (42081)

LEGO Technic fans, you haven’t been left out of the fun today. LEGO has also revealed some details and images of some of the summer 2018 LEGO Technic sets that will be coming out in August. We first saw one of these sets last week but we now get some official images of it and more!


Heavy Duty Forklift (42079) – 592 pieces – $69.99/$89.99 (CAD)

LEGO Technic Heavy Duty Forklift (42079)


Forest Machine (42080) – 1003 pieces – $149.99/$179.99 (CAD)

LEGO Technic Forest Machine (42080)


Volvo Concept Wheel Loader ZEUX (42081) – 1167 pieces – $139.99/$179.99 (CAD)

LEGO Technic Volvo Concept Wheel Loader ZEUX (42081)


Rough Terrain Crane (42082) – 4057 pieces – $299.99/$349.99 (CAD)

LEGO Technic Rough Terrain Crane (42082)


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More LEGO Star Wars Summer 2018 Sets Revealed

LEGO Star Wars Imperial Landing Craft (75221)

Earlier today at the Fall 2018 LEGO Collection Preview Experience, LEGO showed off some of the summer 2018 LEGO Star Wars sets and now they have revealed a couple more sets away from the event.


Hoth Medical Chamber (75203) – 255 pieces – $29.99/$39.99 CAD

LEGO Star Wars Hoth Medical Chamber (75203)


Imperial Landing Craft (75221) – 636 pieces – $89.99/$109.99 CAD

LEGO Star Wars Imperial Landing Craft (75221)


LEGO Star Wars 2018 Advent Calendar (75213) – 307 pieces – $39.99/$49.99 CAD

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The LEGO Ninjago Movie Ninjago City Docks (70657) Priced at $229.99

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Ninjago City Docks (70657)

The Fall 2018 LEGO Collection Preview Experience is going on right now and LEGO has displayed a lot of the summer 2018 sets there including The LEGO Ninjago Movie Ninjago City Docks (70657). The main question that fans have been wondering was the price of the set. Was it the rumored $300 or something lower than that?

We can now confirm that the set will retail for only $229.99. It’s still somewhat of a hefty price tag but it’s an easier pill to swallow. The Ninjago City Docks will be available starting on August 1 and it is not a direct-to-consumer set. You can check out the set in closer detail from The Brick Show’s video below.

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LEGO Star Wars Summer 2018 Sets Revealed

LEGO Star Wars Sandcrawler (75220)

Today is the start of the Fall 2018 LEGO Collection Preview Experience and it looks like LEGO has shown off some of the new summer 2018 LEGO Star Wars products there. Displayed there are Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter (75214), Snoke’s Throne Room (75216), X-Wing (75218), and Sandcrawler (75220). The Brick Show was there and they have uploaded a video showing off the sets.


Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter is the Delta-7 Aethersprite-class light interceptor from Star Wars: the Clone Wars and includes minifigures of Anakin Skywalker and R2-D2. The retail price is $19.99.

LEGO Star Wars Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter (75214)

LEGO Star Wars Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter (75214)

LEGO Star Wars Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter (75214)


Snoke’s Throne Room was seen in Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi and some of the play features include a revolving elevator as well as one to drag Rey to the throne like in the movie. Minifigures include Snoke, two Elite Praetorian Guards, Rey, and Kylo Ren. The retail price is $69.99.

LEGO Star Wars Snoke’s Throne Room (75216)

LEGO Star Wars Snoke’s Throne Room (75216)

LEGO Star Wars Snoke’s Throne Room (75216)

LEGO Star Wars Snoke’s Throne Room (75216)


The X-Wing is the the Red Squadron version and the size is similar to the current X-Wing sets. The minifigures include two Pilots and two Astromech Droids. The retail price is $79.99.

LEGO Star Wars X-Wing (75218)

LEGO Star Wars X-Wing (75218)

LEGO Star Wars X-Wing (75218)


The Sandcrawler is the system size version and is not as large as the UCS version. The minifigures include Luke Skywalker, two Jawas, Astromech Droid, RA-7 Protocol Droid, 2-1B Surgical Droid. The retail price is $139.99.

LEGO Star Wars Sandcrawler (75220)

LEGO Star Wars Sandcrawler (75220)

LEGO Star Wars Sandcrawler (75220)


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LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes App-Controlled Batmobile (76112) Revealed

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes App-Controlled Batmobile (76112)

Back during the 2018 Nuremberg Toy Fair, it was reported that there would be a new LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes App-Controlled Batmobile (76112) and today LEGO has officially revealed the set. It was said that it will be using the new Power Functions 2.0 as well as utilizing a tablet or smartphone to operate the Batmobile using Bluetooth. By using the physical remote, users can personalize it with buttons and sliders. There will be a new coding interface that will be released later this year so kids can code speed, direction, sound, and duration to create new stunts and movements.

LEGO has also revealed that the set can be controlled with your voice through a new app called Powered Up.The Batmobile (76112) will be available starting August 1 with a price point of $159.99. The set includes 321 pieces, two motors, a battery hub, as well as a Batman minifigure.

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes App-Controlled Batmobile (76112)

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes App-Controlled Batmobile (76112)

LEGO® Powered Up Platform Empowers More Builders
to Bring Their LEGO Play to Life
-LEGO® Batman™ App-Controlled Batmobile™ and More New Sets Join Growing Universe of LEGO Connected Toys That Blend Physical Play and Digital Creativity-

ENFIELD, Conn. (May 17, 2018) – Today, the LEGO Group announced the Powered Up Platform, a suite of new elements and apps, which introduce new ways to bring to LEGO® sets to life seamlessly across its System of Play. Revealed today as part of the Powered Up platform, the LEGO Batman™ App-Controlled Batmobile, inspired by DC’s Caped Crusader, is a buildable LEGO Batmobile that is fully controllable by smart device. It will also incorporate light coding and programming later in 2018.

Leveraging the power elements and coding language developed for last year’s award-winning build and code toolkit, LEGO BOOST, and other LEGO connected toys, Powered Up enabled sets give kids the ability to modify and personalize their experiences by adding dynamic motion control and in some instances simple coding. Powered Up LEGO sets will range from simply powered to remote controlled to smart device connected, creating endless customized play possibilities. Some building sets will ship with Powered Up capabilities included in the box, while others will be Powered Up-enabled, giving kids the option to add power features to their creations if they are interested.

“For 20 years, we have been creating new ways for children to combine technology and LEGO building, starting with the introduction of LEGO MINDSTORMS®, a robotics toolkit that pioneered the idea of a ‘smart toy,” said Michael McNally, senior director brand relations for the LEGO Group. “With Powered Up, we’ve established a flexible connected platform to enable innovative new play experiences that merge digital and physical play in natural ways that will delight and inspire the builders of today and tomorrow – while still focusing on the core physical play proposition of our System of Play – the LEGO brick.”
The LEGO Batman App-Controlled Batmobile, created for children 8 years of age and older, combines LEGO building and remote-control car play. It is the first codeable and programmable LEGO Batmobile that is fully controllable via smart device. Users can steer the Batmobile using one of two preset remote-control interfaces or personalize their experience through a customizable interface. With the interface unlocked, users move sliders, buttons and other elements to customize the remote control to their liking. Through a coding canvas that will be introduced later this year, users can code and re-code speed, direction, sound and duration to program various movements and stunts and create their own unique driving experiences.

Additional Powered Up sets launching in 2018 include the LEGO City Passenger Train and LEGO City Cargo Train, which add simple remote-control functionality to classic LEGO building. The LEGO DUPLO® Steam Train and LEGO DUPLO Cargo Train introduce kids as young as 2 years old to cause and effect play, a pre-cursor to coding, with low-tech brick accessories that utilize sensors and color-coded train track elements.

The Powered Up offerings join a growing portfolio of LEGO connected toys that bridge physical and digital play. The LEGO NINJAGO® Stormbringer dragon and LEGO City Arctic Scout Truck allow children to leverage elements from the LEGO BOOST build and code toolkit to add behavior and movement. Builders can also add LEGO BOOST elements to the new LEGO Creator Expert Roller Coaster to motorize the chain lift and set a roller coaster in motion with realistic sound effects.

The Powered Up Platform launches July 1. The LEGO Batman App-Controlled Batmobile will launch August 1 with the suggested retail price of $159.99 and includes 321 pieces, two motors and a battery hub. The Powered Up App works on phones and tablets running iOS 8.0 and up or Android 5.0 and up.

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LEGO The Powerpuff Girls Summer 2018 Sets Officially Revealed

LEGO The Powerpuff Girls Mojo Jojo Strikes (41288)

LEGO has officially revealed two of the new summer 2018 LEGO The Powerpuff Girls sets that are slated to be released August 1. The sets were first teased way back in February and now we get to see them in their full glory. Check out the set descriptions as well as more images below.


Bubbles’ Playground Showdown (41287) – 144 pieces – $19.99 (USD) $24.99 (CAD)

LEGO The Powerpuff Girls Bubbles’ Playground Showdown (41287)

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Help the Powerpuff Girls™ defend the Townsville playground from Princess Morbucks in this fun LEGO® The Powerpuff Girls 41287 Bubbles’ Playground Showdown! Climb the ladder and zoom down the rainbow slide before you race to the lunch bench and load up the catapult. Take a spin on the merry-go-round with Bubbles and then tuck Octi into one of the lockers for safety. Put a cell phone into the boombox for some music while you play, but be careful; Princess Morbucks has climbed into her flexible mech suit and is bending down to take aim at you! Who will become leader of the playground?

• Includes 2 minifigures: Bubbles and Princess Morbucks, plus an Octi figure.
• Features a fully posable, flexible mech suit with removable power gloves, 2 stud shooters and space for a minifigure.
• This fun childrens toy also includes a slide with ladder, spinning merry-go-round with space for 4 minifigures, plus a lunch bench with catapult and lockers with 2 opening doors.
• Load a sandwich or milk carton element into the catapult and push down the front to launch it at Princess Morbucks.
• Push the lever to fire Bubbles’ aura power shooters at Princess Morbucks.
• Flick the lever on the mech suit’s stud shooters to launch studs at Bubbles or Octi.
• Sit Princess Morbucks, Bubbles and Octi on the merry-go-round and go for a spin!
• Accessory elements include 2 cell phones, money bill, Bubbles’ aura power shooters, Princess Morbucks’ power gloves, 2 sandwiches and a milk carton, plus a buildable boombox.
• Play out fun adventures from The Powerpuff Girls™ TV series.
• Flexible mech suit with Princess Morbucks measures over 4” (12cm) high, 3” (9cm) wide and 1” (4cm) deep.
• Slide measures over 1” (4cm) high, 3” (8cm) wide and 1” (3cm) deep.
• Merry-go-round measures over 1” (3cm) high and 2” (6cm) across.


Mojo Jojo Strikes (41288) – 228 pieces – $29.99 (USD) $39.99 (CAD)

LEGO The Powerpuff Girls Mojo Jojo Strikes (41288)

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Alert the Powerpuff Girls™, Mojo Jojo is trying to steal Townsville’s diamonds in this thrilling LEGO® The Powerpuff Girls 41288 Mojo Jojo Strikes set! Grab one of the tasty ice creams and have a lick before you launch it at Mojo Jojo and his robot. Rotate the camera on the jewelry store and catch them breaking down the wall and stealing the diamonds! Call for backup while you chase after them in their getaway car with Buttercup and Blossom, while Donny the Unicorn takes care of the ice cream stand. Can you catch them before they get away with the jewels?

• Includes 3 minifigures: Blossom, Buttercup and Mojo Jojo, plus Donny the Unicorn and robot figures.
• This cool toy for kids features an ice cream stand with a counter and ice cream launcher, plus a jewelry store with an opening door, rotating camera and a wall to shoot off with the getaway car’s stud shooter.
• Getaway car features an aimable stud shooter, space for the robot or stolen jewels and a handle on the back for one of the Powerpuff Girls™ to hang on.
• Push the button to launch ice cream scoops and toppings at Mojo Jojo and his robot.
• Push the lever to break out the wall of the Townsville jewelry shop.
• Throw the banana out of the car or use the car’s stud shooter to trip up Blossom and Buttercup.
• Accessory elements include a remote control, 2 ice cream cones, 6 ice cream toppings, skateboard, pair of roller skates, cell phone, 2 diamond elements, dynamite and a banana.
• Play out fun adventures from The Powerpuff Girls™ TV series.
• Getaway car measures over 1” (3cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide.
• Ice cream stand measures over 3” (9cm) high, 3” (9cm) wide and 1” (4cm) deep.
• Jewelry store measures over 3” (10cm) high, 3” (9cm) wide and 1” (4cm) deep.

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