In a press release on Business Wire, it was announced that LEGO will produce sets based on the popular Overwatch video game. Not being a fan of first person shooters, I’ve never played Overwatch. I will admit though that the character designs were interesting right out of the gate. I’ve seen a lot of art based on those designs and it looks great. Continue reading “LEGO To Produce Overwatch Sets”
On Thursday May 17th LEGO unveiled over 100 sets that will be available between now and the end of 2018. I decided that instead of just dumping pictures for that many sets here in a giant post or hitting you with a barrage of posts, splitting up the sets by theme I’m going to pick what I think are the cream of the crop.
Twelve sets that speak to me and that I think will appeal to others based on the criteria I look for in a set. So let’s get right into this shall we? Continue reading “12 Items Or Fewer – LEGO’s 2018 Holiday Line-Up”
Four years ago, The LEGO Movie was unleashed upon the world. Many were cynical of an entire film based around a children’s toy and figured it was nothing but a cash grab. After opening to nearly universal critical acclaim and a total box office of nearly half a billion dollars, it was clear that it was more than JUST a cash grab. It touched a nerve with audiences and they wanted more. Continue reading “The LEGO Movie Sequel Announces Title & Release Date”
Another long weekend in May approaches and with it the 6th annual East Coast Comic Expo in Moncton, New Brunswick! Located at the Kay Arena in Moncton this Friday and Saturday the 18th & 19th, you’ll find comic artists, writers and enough independant artists, vendors and other creators to satisfy whatever your flavour of geekery. Continue reading “Hitting The Bricks – 6th Annual East Coast Comic Expo”
I received these images of the upcoming Harry Potter Brickheadz yesterday and I have to say that they look great. I never would have expected for LEGO to make a Hedwig model, but I guess after seeing the Jurassic World Owen & Blue 2-pack, I shouldn’t have been surprised.
Remember yesterday when I said I hoped there would be a set based on the upcoming Ant-Man & The Wasp movie, specifically so I could get a Wasp figure. Well, asketh of the LEGO gods and you shall receive.
I haven’t even seen Avengers: Infinity War yet (I have my tickets to see it tonight though, so expect a review soon), but I guess I’ll have to squeeze in excitement for the next Marvel film on this runaway hype train.
Production has begun (probably quite some time ago) on a brand new animated Star Wars series from Dave Filoni. This new series will take place before the events of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and will follow a new character named Kazuda Xiono, a young pilot recruited to spy on the First Order.
It was announced in August of last year that two projects were approved to become Ideas sets, The Ship in a Bottle and Voltron. The Ship in a Bottle went on Sale February 1st, but there has been little to no info released about the Defender of the Universe.
Continue reading “Hey LEGO! Where’s My…? Ideas Voltron”
With National Super Hero Day on April 28th fast approaching, LEGO has announced two more to add to your growing Brickheadz collection.
Continue reading “Complete The League With Tactical Batman & Superman Brickheadz”
It’s time to get back to work.
I shared an image of the first look at LEGO Ideas Women Of NASA set a few days ago and a couple days later it was officially revealed. I was hoping it would happen quickly and it certainly did! As a bonus, we won’t have to wait very long to get our hands on the set either.
Continue reading “LEGO Ideas Officially Reveals Women Of NASA Set”