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LEGO London Toy Fair 2016 Set Details

The 2016 London Toy Fair has kicked off and it looks like our friends over at Brick Fanatics has the initial scoop of some of the LEGO sets that have been shown off to invited attendees. Again, photography is not allowed in the LEGO booth so we’ll have to wait a few days for the Nuremberg Toy Fair to see them. Note that these sets do correspond to some of the rumor posts I have previously done. Stay tuned as I’ll keep this post updated when more news come in.

Update: Huw over Brickset has given more in-depth details of some of the non-licensed sets.
Update 2: CapnRex101 has done his report on the LEGO Star Wars sets as well as DC sets.
Update 3: LostinTranslation has updated with more themes.
Update 4: Angry Birds and Minecraft info has been added.
Update 5: The details for the Marvel sets are up.
Update 6: Info on Ninjago, Nexo Knights, and Bionicle are up.

Angry Birds

Images of these sets have already been available.

Piggy Car Escape (75821) – £11.99
Piggy Plane Attack (75822) – £19.99
Bird Island Egg Heist (75823) – £34.99
Pig City Teardown (75824) – £39.99
Piggy Pirate Ship (75825) – £59.99
King Pig’s Castle (75826) – £74.99


Simpler storyline and 4 22-minute Netflix movies.

Ekimu the Mask Maker (71312) – £9.99
Lava Beast (71313) – £9.99
Storm Beast (71314) – £9.99
Quake Beast (71315) – £9.99
Umarak the Destroyer (71316) – £17.99


Airport sub-theme

Starter Set (60100) – £8.99 … Continue

More LEGO Summer 2016 Information Imminent with Upcoming Toy Fairs

Starting tomorrow, toy fair frenzy begins with the London Toy Fair and a few days later, the Nuremberg Toy Fair will be kicking off as well. During these times, we’ll be getting detailed information about the upcoming summer 2016 LEGO sets like their pricing and piece counts and whatnot. Usually at the London Toy Fair, pictures aren’t allowed but we do get in-depth info from LEGO fan sites that are able to attend. I’ll be compiling the information given into a singular post similar to what I did last year.

Later on the in the week, the Nuremberg, aka German Toy Fair, will be going on and this is the fair where we get our legit first images for the summer 2016 sets. Again, I’ll have to rely on our colleagues from across the pond to provide these images which I’ll then put what I can in another post.

Stay tuned in the next week or so to get some juicy information about the summer 2016 LEGO sets.


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