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LEGO BrickHeadz Exclusive Wonder Woman Building Instructions

If you weren’t able to get in on the exclusive LEGO BrickHeadz Wonder Woman building event, a user on Reddit has kindly provided the instructions. It doesn’t look like there are any exclusive parts used so you can easily recreate with your inventory. This version of Wonder Woman is based on the new DC Super Hero Girls one.

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LEGO BrickHeadz Exclusive Wonder Woman In-Store Building Event

LEGO BrickHeadz Exclusive Wonder Woman

From July 1-16, be one of the first 80 people to make a $75 purchase at a LEGO Brand Store and you can register for a LEGO BrickHeadz building event for an exclusive Wonder Woman set. This particular Wonder Woman is based on the DC Super Hero Girl version and is different from the 206 San Diego Comic Con version which is based on the classic design.

The building event itself will be held from July 17-31 but the actual date varies by store. Only one registration slot per $75 purchase per person and purchase and registration must be on the same day.

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LEGO BrickHeadz Exclusive Wonder Woman Building Event

LEGO BrickHeadz Exclusive Wonder Woman

Whether you saw or didn’t see my post yesterday about the July 2017 Store Calendar, there is a particular promotion that deserves a highlight. From July 1-16, the first 80 people to make a $75 purchase at a LEGO Store are able to register for a 18+ LEGO BrickHeadz building event for an exclusive Wonder Woman. The building event itself will be held from July 17-31 with the definite date varying by store.

This version of Wonder Woman is different from the one in the SDCC 2016 set which was based on the comic book version while this new one will be based on the DC Super Hero Girls one.

Being one of the first 80 people at a store seems like a big task but is achievable if make time to line up early, which a lot of hardcore LEGO fans will do. Even during a big set release day, that is still manageable even after has opened. I went to my store yesterday during the release of the LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) and I got there 30 minutes after the store opened and I was told there was only about 15-20 people before me so 80 would take roughly about two hours, depending on how popular the store is. It’s not for everyone, but if you’re decided to make a purchase already, this is icing on the top.

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LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: The Awesome Guide Exclusive Wonder Woman Minifigure Revealed

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: The Awesome Guide

In a couple of months, DK will be releasing a new LEGO book called LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: The Awesome Guide. The book will also include an exclusive minifigure. It was presumed that it might have been the John Stewart Green Lantern minifigure but that is not correct. As we can see from the image above, it has been revealed that the minifigure included with the book is actually David Finch’s Post-New 52 Wonder Woman. She now dons a red top and boots with blue sleeves and pants which debuted in the comics a few years ago.

The image above is a little misleading and the Wonder Woman minifigure next to the blue dot that says exclusive is not the one included. The one inside the book is the one that is exclusive. Here’s a zoomed in image of it.

Thanks to Gustavo on our Facebook Page for the heads up.

Go behind the scenes with all of your favourite Super Heroes and Super-Villains in the action-packed, fact-filled LEGO® DC Super Heroes The Awesome Guide.

Join the stars of the LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes sets on epic adventures and in thrilling battles. Learn about their superpowers, weapons, vehicles and secret identities. Starring Wonder Woman™, Superman™, The Flash™, Brainiac™ and many, many more. Includes an exclusive LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes minifigure!

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LEGO Wonder Woman Life-Size Statue Revealed for SDCC 2016

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes SDCC 2016 Wonder Woman

The Wall Street Journal has revealed another LEGO brick-built statue that will be displayed at San Diego Comic Con 2016 with a life-size version of Wonder Woman. The statue stands over 6’1″ and it contains 22,736 pieces and weighs 138 pounds. It took 99 hours to design and 218 hours to build it from bottom to top. It will be displayed on the outer rim of the LEGO booth (2829) where attendees are able to take pictures of it. It’s not that surprising that this character was chosen to become a statue considering that it is Wonder Woman’s 75th anniversary and DC will be celebrating it throughout the convention.

The statue will be one of many that will be displayed at the LEGO booth at SDCC which also includes LEGO Ninjago Jay. Check out the video below of a time-lapse build of the Wonder Woman statue.

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes SDCC 2016 Wonder Woman

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes SDCC 2016 Wonder Woman

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