A brand new set of LEGO The Lord of the Rings minifigures has been unveiled, showcasing previously unseen figures of characters such as Uruk-hai, Gollum, Ringwraith, Moria Orc, and the Mordor Orc. The release of the the LEGO LOTR lineup is only a few months away with the first sets due out this summer.
A Minecraft LEGO Set is officially being developed, after passing a feasibility review from The LEGO Group. The concept achieved more than 10,000 supports on LEGO’s CUUSOO website. LEGO CUUSOO allows individuals to present idea for LEGO sets and attempts to put them into production if the idea gathers more than 10,000 supporters.No word yet when the set will be released as it is still in development.
The 2012 London Toy Fair has brought us a preview of the new LEGO The Lord of the Rings minifigures. The image showcases Frodo Baggins, Samwise ‘Sam’ Gamgee, Peregrin ‘Pippin’ Took, Meriadoc ‘Merry’ Brandybuck, Aragorn, Boromir, Legolas Greenleaf, Gimli and Gandalf the Grey. The figures will be out later this year with release of the the new LEGO The Lord of the Rings theme and The Hobbit movie.
April will see the launch of a variety of new Playmobil products, including new sets in the Western theme, which is best known for its American West inspired lineup as well as for its Union and Rebel figures. New products which are set to become available in April include a Water Tower, Windmill, Express Stagecoach and a Take Along Western City. The entire new lineup can be viewed at the official Playmobil website.
The latest set in the LEGO Modular Building lineup has been revealed, a town hall made up of a whopping 2766 pieces. This would make it the largest LEGO Modular Building set to date! Official price and release date for the set are still unknown.
Looks like 2012 will be a bumper year for LEGO Star Wars fans with the release of LEGO Games: Star Wars Battle of Hoth. The game comes complete with an assortment of Star Wars inspired mini vehicles and a cast of microfigures.