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    [RSS]: Character Building Competition

    Character-driven LEGO themes have become increasingly important in recent years, due in part to the development of original animated series which are based upon LEGO's own properties and investment in new licensed products such as Overwatch. Our latest building competition is therefore focused upon creating a new character. We are asking Brickset users to construct their own fantasy characters and write a short biography about them. These characters might inhabit an existing fantasy world or one of your own creation, it is entirely up to you! Find out more about the competition and the prizes, as well as how to enter, after the break... Continue reading » © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Five days left for LEGO FORMA

    LEGO FORMA was announced in September and the campaign now has just a few days left to run. Limited quantities of each product remain available so I would recommend backing it soon, if you are planning to do so. You can find our more about LEGO FORMA here. © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Mbriks update

    Mbriks, the magnetic LEGO compatible bricks project on KickStarter, has now reached 50% of its funding target, with 21 days to go. Inspired by my crude attempts at using them to mount BrickHeadz in a frame in my article last week, Evan, the project's creator, has come up with something far more impressive by building them into the back of the BrickHeadz figures and placing an image in front of the magnetically receptive surface, which shows off their potential much better! He's also addressed a few points raised in the comments on the original article which you can read after the break. Continue reading » © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  4. Jason at Chowren Toys tells me that the minifig cases have been selling well. He has a few left and there's a few days left to buy them at a great price. "We recently became the West Coast distributor for LEGO Storage by Room Copenhagen. To help us launch this new business Room Copenhagen was kind enough to offer us exclusivity Blue Minifigure Display Case 16 for the rest of 2018. "To celebrate we would like to make a special offer to all the readers of Brickset this item for $19.99. "All readers need to do is enter promo code: MDC16BLUE at the checkout to get the discounted price. There are total of 3000 units available and are limited to 30 per customer while supplies last. This promotion will only last until Nov 4, 2018 11:59pm (US West Coast time) "Unlike the red and black display cases the blue display cases come packaged with a FREE LEGO city minifigure!" © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  5. Today's random set is 8238 Dueling Dragsters, released in 2000. It's one of 34 Technic sets produced that year. It contains 202 pieces, and its retail price was US$18. It's owned by 558 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Continue reading » © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Review: 30360 Arctic Ice Saw

    The new Arctic sets have been excellent on the whole, containing a selection of unusual animals and some brilliant vehicles. 30360 Arctic Ice Saw includes 43 pieces so is the smallest in the range but it looks quite appealing in my opinion as the polybag comes with a few rare pieces. This set is currently available with copies of the National Geographic Kids magazine in the UK, costing £3.99. Continue reading » © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  7. BlizzCon, celebrating all of the games coming out of Blizzard Entertainment, starts tomorrow at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. Of course, Overwatch is being represented there, and LEGO has officially revealed a sculpture of D.Va, aka Hana Song - a former pro-gamer from South Korea - as well as her mech suit MEKA! It will be on display on the floor, "protecting" attendees from potential omnic threats. The model appears to be based on the MEKA and minifigure featured in 75973 D.Va & Reinhardt, and consists of 145,276 pieces weighing 1256 pounds. We highly anticipate more from LEGO Overwatch being shown this weekend, coming after the accidental Target reveal last week. Additionally, 75987 Omnic Bastion will be sold (in limited quantities, surely). We will keep you updated on anything else that happens. In the meantime, "keep calm and Tracer on"! © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Fordingbridge LEGO day, this Saturday

    This Saturday, 3rd November, I'll be at the Fordingbridge LEGO day displaying by Great Ball Contraptions (GBCs). If you're in the area come and say hello. I might have a small gift for all that do (while stocks last!) Find out more on Facebook. © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Review: The LEGO Book, new edition

    The first edition of DK's The LEGO Book was printed in 2009 and was one of the first LEGO books from the British publisher. The third edition has just been published, having been fully revised, updated and expanded. It comes with an exclusive printed 2x4 red brick mounted in its cover to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the LEGO brick, which is both a blessing and a curse... Continue reading » © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: 21215 Pop-Up Book available now!

    The latest LEGO Ideas set, 21315 Pop-Up Book, is now available at shop.LEGO.com, costing £59.99, $69.99 or 69.99€. You can read our review of the set here. Please help support Brickset by using the following links when making any purchases: USA | Canada | UK | Germany | France © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Random set of the day: Boat

    Today's random set is 2883 Boat, released in 1997. It's one of 47 Town sets produced that year. It contains 28 pieces. It's owned by 117 Brickset members. If you want to add it to your collection you might find it for sale at BrickLink or eBay. Continue reading » © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
  12. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein was published in 1818 and the epistolary novel is celebrating its 200th anniversary this year. Several versions of Victor Frankenstein and his monstrous creation have appeared in LEGO sets during the last two decades, at a variety of different scales. Explore the history of Frankenstein's monster in LEGO, along with some interesting figures which take inspiration from its amoral creator, after the break... Continue reading » © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Which Hallowe'en set is your favourite?

    Happy Hallowe'en! LEGO produces Seasonal sets for numerous important holidays during the year, including Hallowe'en. The sets sold at shop.LEGO.com and in brand stores vary between brick-built models of some creepy characters and small vignettes, depicting scenes from the holiday. The popularity of these sets seems to shift quite dramatically from one year to the next so today we are asking Brickset readers: What is your favourite Hallowe'en Seasonal set released during the last five years? Submit your vote after the break... Continue reading » © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Review: Brick Fanatics magazine

    Earlier this month we mentioned that our friends over at Brick Fanatics were launching a new LEGO magazine to complement their website. Issue one is now out and I've had a chance to read it. Does it fill a gap in the market or is it just more of the same? Find out after the break. Continue reading » © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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    [RSS]: Search box enhancements

    Last week I asked you to suggest ways in which we can improve Brickset. There has been some great responses so far and if you've not submitted your ideas yet there's still time to do so on this form. One thing that many respondents wanted, including my good friend Bricks For Brains, was for search to be improved. So, I've done a few things which I believe have done so: More results are shown in the drop-down suggestion list The list now shows set images and clearer set/minifig/part details Spaces, dashes and so on are ignored, so searching for 'X-Wing', 'X Wing' and 'xwing' will all show the same results. However, misspellings, typos etc. are not dealt with yet. Continue reading » © 2018 Brickset.com. Republication prohibited without prior permission. View the full article
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