Ever since LEGO revealed the next iteration of the BrickHeadz line with Go Brick Me (41597), LEGO fans may think differently of this set even if they haven’t picked up a single BrickHeadz before. The idea of this set is that you are able to customize the BrickHeadz to your liking whether it be of yourself or pretty much anybody else. It has a generous 708 pieces and retails for $29.99 which is a great deal even if you do not intend to build a single BrickHeadz out of this set.
There are are seven different bags along with the instruction booklet and a small sticker sheet. One of the bags is numbered which is used to build the blank BrickHeadz, aka Nonnie, which is used as a template.
The other bags have parts that are used to create your own unique BrickHeadz character. The one with the tan, brown, and dark orange bricks are used for BrickHeadz’ skin color while the colorful bag are used for building the torsos and legs. The parts in the other bags are separated into yellow, orange, brown, and black are used for the head and hair.
The sticker sheet has a number of transparent decals that you can add on to the BrickHeadz for even more detailing. I especially like the Blacktron one as that particular one could be very popular among fans.
The instructions for Go Brick Me is a lot more different than the usual instructions we get in other sets. The first few … Continue