As we come to the end of 2018, let’s take a look at what you folks have been reading the most this year on The Brick Fan. As of today, there has been 862 posts so far this year and here are the most viewed posts according to Google Analytics. One thing to note is that the monthly LEGO store calendar posts took up five of the ten spots so I will be omitting them from this list.
The images for the new LEGO Spider-Man sets came out from an online shop and fans were excited to see some new minifigures that will be coming out of this wave.
LEGO has recently changed the minifigure distribution for the Collectible Minifigures line and we got a early look at how many of each character was in for the Harry Potter set.
Back in the beginning of the year, we got news from the Nuremberg Toy Fair that the Bugatti Chiron (42083) would be coming out in August.
Back in October, we got our first look at the Christmas Gift Box (40292) from this year’s LEGO Black Friday promotions.
This piece of news came out last month but it was one of the most viewed posts for this year. We got our first look at some of the LEGO City and Creator 2019 sets which came from a toy store in Canada.
Not really a surprise but the New York Toy Fair images of the summer 2018 sets was one of the top viewed posts of the year.
The LEGO Holiday 2018 catalog showed only a small amount of sets that is slated to be retiring by the end of the year and it has been confirmed that over 300 sets will be gone soon if not already.
Earlier this month, we got the Christmas Carousel (40293) as a promotional set and a few months ago, we got our first look at the set.
2018 celebrates the 40th anniversary of the LEGO minifigure and LEGO released Series 18 to commemorate the event which included a Classic Police Officer minifigure.
Anticipation was mounting to see the images of the LEGO Overwatch sets and we discovered them through a loophole in the Target Registry App.
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