It was revealed the first official pictures lining up the new minifigs of series 12.
I’m glad to find a few more historical characters, this time the collection seems to include a Mongol and female Greek warrior. It also seems to include a new Musketeer and a old western gold miner :D
In overall the new collection is very attractive and it’s probably related with the new Lego Minifigures online game.
What a wonderful remake of the classic LEGO set #6265-1: Sabre Island :)
Among all details of the MOC I would like to highlight the sea waves approaching the beach.
Sabre Island by Letranger Absurde
Original LEGO set
Toys N bricks had publish the first official pictures from the upcoming series of Collectible Mifigures. Like previous collections, these new series presents new historical figures that will delight many LEGO fans.
The 6th series presents a roman warrior. Personally I’ve been waiting for ages for the LEGO roman empire. This figure and the new rounded bricks of the Atlantis sets will make a beautiful combination :-)
This collection also presents a barbarian warrior, which is nice for the battles against the roman army, and a cowboy that will fit perfectly in any western MOC.
The 7th series presents a Viking warrior (girl?), a cool hippie that will fit nicely 10220 Volkswagen T1 Camper Van and, my favorite, the Aztec warrior (or at least, what I think that it is). The mermaid man will also make a cool Neptune roman god of the sea.
Could you imagine how it would be the Cafe Corner and The Market street during medieval times? Kris kelvin could and made a brilliant MOC based in these two classical LEGO sets.
Medieval Cafe and Market Street, originally uploaded by Kris_Kelvin.
A German toy store published a set of pictures that appear to be a preview of the brand new LEGO sets of the Pirates of Caribbean theme.
They are very small pictures but is enough to preview some details. Hope LEGO don’t find them any soon. Nevertheless, here’s the gallery with the pictures :-)
Here’s the full list of Pirates of the Caribbean sets:
I wish you all a Happy Christmas in the company of your family and dear ones. HistoryBricks gives you a nice pictures of the new Castle LEGO sets for 2011 and I hope you like them as much as I do.
Apparently LEGO Company broke the tradition of publishing a new castle but compensates with an amazing civilian set – The Windmill. I was waiting for civilians sets at ages and this one promises a bright future :-)
Check the new farm animals. The picture is far too small to see them clear but I guess that they are chickens and
Thanks to spacemarine for sharing the pictures at PLUG’s forum.
LEGO has renew the decoration of its Brand Store at Mall America with a set of giant LEGO Heroes from pre-historial ages, through ancient Greece, medieval, age of discovery, present days and the future.
Thanks to Conchas for pointing it out.