Update: Sold out again, sorry!
When we last left Lego Marvel Super Heroes, the Avengers, X-Men and Fantastic Four had banded together to gather the cosmic doohickeys needed to finish story mode and get to the exciting free-roaming bits. Four years later, the X-Men and Fantastic Four are gone, but everything else is pretty much the same.
Up until the release of this year’s Ultimate Collector’s Edition Millennium Falcon, Lego’s 2008 rendition of India’s famous mausoleum was the biggest Lego set in production. Lego’s bringing the $370, 5,923 piece set back next month for its 10th anniversary.
Who says it’s two early to think about holiday gifts? Enjoy a little gift every day with this LEGO City Advent Calendar. $25 gets you 24 different pieces, including six different minifigures (one of which is Santa). It’s the perfect little pre-holiday gift that any kid, or toy-obsessed adult, would enjoy.
How is it that the most emo Star Wars villain gets the coolest ship? This LEGO Kylo Ren Tie Fighter kit comes with three minifigures (including a new Kylo Ren with a facial scar - spoiler alert), a real cockpit, and most importantly of all, BB-9E.
Lego has blessed your quest for a birthday gift for your favorite young (or, for that matter, full grown) female STEM enthusiast, rolling out a 231-piece “Women of NASA” set.
The Lego Ninjago Movie Videogame is short and a little rough, but a dynamic new combat system and a couple surprising tweaks to aging mechanics make it one of the most exciting new Lego games in years.
The Lego Ninjago Movie starts like a strobe light and ends like a night light. At first, it’s bright, loud, fast, and in your face—a constant barrage of visuals and sounds. Then it slows down considerably, focusing on the story and character development. One part is better than the other but neither is great, and,…
I just spent the last week of my life building the largest, most expensive Lego set of all-time: the Star Wars Ultimate Collectors Series Millennium Falcon. But you can watch this glorious Lego masterpiece get made in just a few minutes.
There has been an awakening, Star Wars fans—one that threatens the structural integrity of your wallet far more than it does the galaxy far, far away. That’s right: it’s Force Friday II, meaning that from 12:01 am tonight, September 1, the very first toys from The Last Jedi are going on sale. Get a look at everything…
Sandbox Lego building game or marketing tool? Why not both? In honor of the September 22 release of The Lego Ninjago Movie, Lego Worlds is adding a bunch of Ninjago characters and building sets as free DLC next month.
I’m getting some serious Airbender vibes from the trailers for Lego Elves: Secrets of Elvendale, a Netflix original animated series premiering next week. It’s not very Lego, but I like what I’m seeing.
It’s that time of the year again, when adult Lego fans with children old enough not to destroy everything they touch find out what they’ll be adding to their Lego holiday display this season. Last year we got an amazing train. This year we get a place for it to stop.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is going to be all over the place. And time, for that matter. The Gamescom trailer for November’s sequel takes us on a tour of the game’s locales, from the Old West to New York City (regular and noir version), Asgard to Nowhere.
The Lego Powerpuff Girls are adorable, and they’ll be hitting Lego Dimensions on September 12, alongside Teen Titans Go! and Beetlejuice. These are the last scheduled releases for the toys-to-life game for the time being. Ending on a high note, I’d say.
LEGO has come to be dominated by licensed sets with strict instructions and little room for creativity, but you can still buy a big ol’ box of LEGO bricks for $16 on Amazon today, an all-time low. It doesn’t include Han Solo or a Minecraft creeper, but you will get 303 pieces to build whatever you want.
A little over a year after len_d69's custom Lego Voltron set was submitted to the Lego Ideas platform, the toymaker has officially decided to put it into production after the fantastic model of the five transforming robots from the original animated series successfully received 10,000 votes of support from fans.