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This giant LEGO Hogwarts set is a Harry Potter fan’s dream

This giant LEGO Hogwarts set is a Harry Potter fan’s dream

Today a Harry Potter LEGO set dream comes to life - and it's not a MOC, it's a real set release. This Harry Potter's Wizarding World's latest is a 6,020-piece LEGO set the likes of which have never been released before. As such, it's also going to cost you the appropriate amount of cash: A cool four hundred bucks American, good buddy.

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LEGO James Bond Aston Martin lets you live out your spy dreams

LEGO James Bond Aston Martin lets you live out your spy dreams

Ever dreamed of living like Agent 007 but didn’t have the gadget, the car, or the charm of the British spy? Don’t worry because LEGO will be letting you get at least one of those. In time for San Diego Comic-Con this week, LEGO is announcing the Creator Expert James Bond Aston Martin DB5, a faithful replica of the series’ iconic 1964 sports car. Well, as faithful as a LEGO model can be.

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Jurassic World Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate LEGO Review

Jurassic World Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate LEGO Review

Look upon this mighty work of LEGO artwork and despair! For this is a licensed movie LEGO set, and it probably won't be released more than once! This is the LEGO Jurassic World set 75930, Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate. It's made for the release of Jurassic World, and depicts a scene heavily featured in the last preview trailers before the release of the film. In this set you'll find no less than 3 (three) dinosaurs with which you can terrorize your minifigures, and have oh-so-very-much fun.

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Harry Potter LEGO Minifigures will empty your wallet in August

Harry Potter LEGO Minifigures will empty your wallet in August

Today the folks at LEGO revealed they'd be bringing on the most wizard-friendly release for magic users in Minifigure form, this August. Today we've got images of the whole pack of packs. They're going to be blind-packaged in the store, so you've got two options. One, buy as many as you can and see what you get. Two, sit in the aisle and feel around with your dextrous fingers for the identifiable elements, and cheer with each new ID, like a goon!

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TRON Legacy Light Cycle LEGO Review

TRON Legacy Light Cycle LEGO Review

Today we're having a close look at what it means to roll with the LEGO set #21314: TRON Legacy Light Cycle. This is a LEGO Ideas set, working with an original design by a couple of brothers from England. The final design takes what was originally envisioned - a single light cycle, and expands by 2x, bringing about Sam Flynn, his light cycle, Rinzler, his light cycle, and a dual-sword-wielding Quorra.

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LEGO’s Bugatti Chiron is a 3,599 piece DIY supercar

LEGO’s Bugatti Chiron is a 3,599 piece DIY supercar

A Bugatti Chiron may be out of your price range, but a new LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron is a whole lot more affordable - just don't expect it to do 0-60 mph in 2.3 seconds. The latest model in LEGO's highly-accurate line-up of cars, it's a 1:8 scale version of the French supercar.

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Remote control Batmobile LEGO set: Powered Up Platform set number 1

Remote control Batmobile LEGO set: Powered Up Platform set number 1

LEGO's got some sweet sets on the way, all part of a new sort of under-brand branding: Powered Up! You won't necessarily find a "Powered Up" or "Powered Up Platform" logo on every radical new set - instead, there'll be a mix of sorts. Every one of these sets coming later this year (and beyond) will be able to be controlled with its own unique app - or the already existing app for LEGO Boost!

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Kessel Run Millennium Falcon LEGO Review

Kessel Run Millennium Falcon LEGO Review

The newest Millennium Falcon LEGO set is here, and we're going down its hallways in detail. This is the Falcon as it existed in one of its earliest forms - the earliest we've yet seen it. This was back when Lando Calrissian owned the ship and the ship - man - it was clean. So clean it almost breaks the "used future" Science Fiction George Lucas originally pierced our collective consciousness with in A New Hope.

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Star Wars’ Solo: Lando Toys Roundup (AKA Scoundrel Time)

Star Wars’ Solo: Lando Toys Roundup (AKA Scoundrel Time)

Today we're having a peek at a collection of Lando Calrissian toys from the film Solo: A Star Wars Story. This is the first in a set of three films, all centered on the coolest outlaws in the classic film series. What we're looking at today is the expression - that one, singular expression - through which actor Donald Glover's projected the soul of Lando, a role originally commanded by Billy Dee Williams.

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This jumbo LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 is the perfect sort of car-crazy

This jumbo LEGO Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0 is the perfect sort of car-crazy

Making full-sized models out of regular sized LEGO bricks isn't new, but Porsche has gone a little wild and made a super-sized LEGO set to recreate its 911 Turbo 3.0 model. Found at the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, the jumbo 911 is a scaled up replica of the LEGO version you can buy.

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LEGO Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary set launches next week

LEGO Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary set launches next week

LEGO will be launching an official Jurassic Park set for the movie's 25th anniversary. It won't be a huge, expensive set, instead offering 360 pieces for a decent $40; it's designed around the movie's theme park visitor center. The set, which is called Velociraptor Chase, will be joined by Jurassic World sets, as well, based on the newer movie.

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BrickHeadz: Go Brick Me LEGO Review (DIY x2!)

BrickHeadz: Go Brick Me LEGO Review (DIY x2!)

There's a new sort of LEGO set in town, and it's all about the brand's new label: BrickHeadz. This is the "Go Brick Me" box set, and it's as entertaining as it is challenging to wrap one's mind around. What on earth is such a strange collection of odd pieces doing presenting itself as a LEGO make-it-your-own set? And why didn't LEGO think of this a long, long time ago?

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