Leaked and/or bad quality images of the three Justice League images have been around for a while now, but FBTB has recently posted some some good images that they received from LEGO. Unforunately they only received box images for 76087, but we'll hopefully get them sometime soon. The sets are expected for an August 1 release in the United States.
70620 NINJAGO City has been revealed by LEGO for a September 1 release date, and the images show off a large city with several shops and buildings. This set has 4867 pieces, meaning it has the third-highest piececount of any set ever released. Check out all the images below and let us know what you think!
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The 13 episode series follows the Force-sensitive scavenger Rowan Freemaker and his family who end up getting dragged in to the war between the Galactic Empire and Rebel Alliance. A second season is expected to be released sometime this year.
Images and details of the UCS Star Warsset75144 Snowspeeder have been officially released by The LEGO Group. The 1703-piece set will be released on May 4, 2017 and cost US $199.99/£169.99/DE €199,99. Check out the images and designer video below and let us know what you think of it!
Pictures of the three new sets to be released for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 have been revealed. Pictured above is 76081 The Milano vs. The Abilisk. You can view the other set pictures, as well as alternate pictures, on the respective set pages, linked below.
Dutch site brandunit.nl has listed several second wave 2017sets with names we previously didn't know about. Hoth Bricks has also recently published an article citing SinQel, another Dutch site that has leaked names several times in the past. Both sites seem to have identical information though. Anyway, without further ado here are new names of the sets (please note that they're translated so they may not be exact):