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Lego Fantastic Beasts 2 – Grindelwald’s Escape

This set is made out from a scene which is going to be an iconic scene from the upcoming Warner Bros. movie Fantastic Beasts, the Crimes of Grindelwald. The movie is about the battle between the dark forces with Grindelwald and the good side. You get 132 pieces and two mini figures, Gellert Grindelwald and Seraphina Picquery, plus a Thestral figure. Features are for example opening doors and a removable roof on a buildable carriage. It also includes shooting spell accessories. You will be able to find the set in stores from August 1, 2018.


New release – Yoda’s hut 75208

On the New York Toy fair they displayed the new Lego Star Wars 2018 summer sets. One of my favorites was Yoda’s hut. Master trainer Luke returns in a new look. The previous set from 2003, Luke had a clear yellow skin tone. You also get Yoda and a dirty R2-D2. I really like the new R2-D2! It contains 229 parts in different colors. This set looks more like the real hut from Empire Strikes back .   



New range of sustainable Lego

Lego follows the trend to start with a sustainable production. First out is botanical elements such as leaves, bushes and trees. They will be made from a plant-based plastic. The soft, durable and flexible plastics are based on sugar-cane material. Lego’s target, by the year 2030, is to reach zero waste in operations and to introduce sustainable paper, reducing plastic waste.