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LEGO ReBrick Relaunching March 1

If you’ve ever been on ReBrick, you may feel that it might not be the most effective bookmarking website for fans. Initially, it was a place for fans to share creations and unfortunately, it didn’t work out as planned with various issues hampering the user experience.

LEGO has been at work to do a relaunch on the site on March 1st. They have shared a short video of how ReBrick will work. It’ll still focus on fan creations but will also have more contests for you to enter to win hard to find sets, signed sets, or trips.

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ReBrick LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Comic Cover Building Competition

ReBrick is having a pretty cool LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes contest to win some very nice prizes including exclusives from this year’s San Diego Comic Con. All you need to do is to build your favorite comic book cover featuring Superman, Batman, and/or Wonder Woman, or create a custom super hero. Share your build using the instructions in the official rules. The deadline to enter is December 11 at 9:00am EST.

The grand prize winner will get:

(1) LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes SDCC 2015 Action Comics #1 Superman
(1) LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes SDCC 2015 Arsenal Minifigure
(1) DC Comics Prize Pack
(1) LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Set (76045) and (2) 2016 LEGO DC Comics sets.

The runner up will get:

(1) LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes Set (76045) and (2) 2016 LEGO DC Comics sets.

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LEGO Technic Design Contest Held on Rebrick

The LEGO CEE Team has sent over some details on a new LEGO TECHNIC contest being held over on Rebrick with some awesome prizes for the winners included an unannounced set as well as the new Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3245 (42043). Check out the details of the contest below.

Build THE Mercedes-Benz Truck of the future!

One day during the early 1920’s Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler sat down in Germany and agreed to merge their two car companies into one and start producing Mercedes-Benz cars. They had each made their own versions of the world’s first petrol-driven cars back in 1886. Within years, Gottlieb Daimler sold his first truck – almost 120 years ago!

Some of the first Mercedes-Benz branded diesel powered trucks were built in Stuttgart in 1923. Today, in 2015, half of all trucks on the German roads are Mercedes-Benz trucks.

Just imagine how Karl and Gottlieb would react if they were time-warped from 1925 to 2015 to witness just how big, fast and capable the Mercedes-Benz trucks have become 90 years later! What would they say if they could see what their vision has led to?

Your vision…

Think the new LEGO® Technic 42043 Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3245 is the coolest Technic set ever made? (Yeah, we like it, too!) And have you thought about what the perfect truck would look like if you could design your own?

Hold that thought, and now, imagine yourself traveling 30 years into the future, to 2045. You’re taking a brand new Mercedes-Benz Truck out for a spin.

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LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Automotive ReBrick Building Contest

ReBrick has a new LEGO building contest going to celebrate the future of McLaren Automotive. All you have to do is to build what you think the next McLaren supercar should look like. One lucky winner will be able to join the McLaren Automotive team for a day at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed and have their build displayed as well as winning some swag such as the whole line of LEGO Speed Champions sets signed by the designers. You can read the official rules and entry guidelines for the contest here. The contest ends on June 1, 2015, 2:59 pm CEST. Thanks to everyone who emailed in about it the last few nights.

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The LEGO Movie ReBrick “Be The Special” Alternate Building Contest

ReBrick is having a contest for you to win some cool prizes. It is called “Be The Special” and all you have to do is to take any existing set and build an alternate model out of it. Also, you can only use the pieces in that set so no exchanging parts or using extra parts. Submit your entry to ReBrick and bookmark it in the Building Challenge category. The contest is open until March 31, 2014 at 8:59am EST (14:59 CET). The top 10 models with the most likes will be entered into the semi-finals and will be judged by a panel consisting of:

  • Frederikke Hoff, Community Editor at the LEGO Group
  • Michael Fuller, Senior Designer at The LEGO Group who has worked on The LEGO Movie sets
  • Chris McKay, Co-Director of The LEGO Movie

LEGO will be providing some very cool prizes for the winners of the contest including The LEGO Movie Promo PR Tin that we reported on before. Check out the prizes below:

One (1) grand winner will receive a prize of:

  • A limited edition gold-colored Emmet Statuette, not available in retail and only available though official LEGO competitions.
  • An exclusive LEGO Movie PR tin containing nine LEGO Minifigures.
  • A LARGE LEGO Movie Set not yet officially revealed, signed by the designer.

One (1) second place winner will receive a prize of:

  • A limited edition gold-colored Emmet Statuette, not available in retail and only available though official LEGO competitions.
  • An exclusive LEGO Movie PR tin containing nine LEGO Minifigures.
  • A medium LEGO
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NASA’s Missions: Imagine and Build Contest on ReBrick

ReBrick is having a new contest in collaboration with NASA and The LEGO Group called NASA’s Missions: Imagine and Build. Winners of the contest will be able win some pretty nice prizes including recognition by NASA. The contest began yesterday and entries have to be submitted by July 31st, 2013 2:59pm CEST (8:59am EST). Judging will start on August 5th and the winners will be announced the week of September 1st. The competitions is split into two categories but you can enter into both if you like.

Imagine Our Future Beyond Earth

Builders 16 years old and older are invited to journey into space and beyond by creating one of NASA’s future missions with LEGO bricks. Builders can be imaginative as they wish, although their entry should reflect one of the missions NASA has listed on their website. These missions are planned until the 2030s so there should be no shortage of inspiration! All entries must be bookmarked to ReBrick in the “Building Challenge” category. The winners will be chosen by a committee of judges, please see official rules for details.

The grand prize includes 21101 LEGO CUUSOO Hayabusa set, signed by the LEGO designer Melody Louise Caddick, recognition and honorable mention on NASA.gov, and a collection of NASA memorabilia including a personalized signed lithograph of the astronaut from the judges committee. There will also be two runner-ups, see official rules for those prizes.

Prize Details

The one (1) official grand prize winner will receive:

  • 21101 LEGO CUUSOO Hayabusa set, signed by the
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The LEGO Movie ReBrick Competition

ReBrick and “The LEGO Movie” has just announced a film contest that allows the winner’s video to appear in the upcoming LEGO: The Piece of Resistance movie. You will have from March 25th to May 6th to film and enter your video on ReBrick and the top 25 videos with the most community votes will qualify for the final round of judging by an esteemed panel of judges. The lucky video chosen as the winner by the judges will get to be in the new movie.

There are a few “scenes” that are approved to be in the video: LEGO City, Space, Pirates, Western, Vikings, Dino, Castle, LEGO Pharaoh’s Quest, Adventurers, Atlantis, LEGO Ninjago, and Power Miners. As you can see, there are no licensed sets listed which means they are not allowed. You also cannot use any non-LEGO elements.

Now to what you’re entering the contest for, the prizes. The grand prize winner will getting a lot of other items in addition to having their scene in the movie. The lucky winner will get a Deluxe VIP Tour of the WB Studios which includes a 2-night hotel stay for 2 with airfare included. You also get to meet the directors and take part in a LEGO build, another 2-night stay in Los Angeles again with airfare. A customized engraved LEGO ticket that is designed and built by the official LEGO model shop. But wait, there’s more. Finally, you get a full product range of the set from the movie that is signed by the designers … Continue

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