April 4, 2014



LEGO has officially revealed their summer sets for Star Wars, X-Men, The LEGO Movie, and Guardians of the Galaxy.  Most of the Star Wars stuff is original trilogy material, and it’s very cool stuff like Mos Eisley Cantina, and AT-AT, and an Imperial Star Destroyer.  Most of The LEGO Movie sets are also awesome, and I’m already setting money aside for “Benny’s Spaceship, Spaceship, SPACESHIP!”  Finally, the Guardians of the Galaxy sets might provide a few spoilers from the movie, or they may not.  For example, I don’t remember this scene being in Iron Man 3.  But just to be safe, I’ve put the Guardians images at the end after the ­X-Men set.

Hit the jump to check out the images, and click here to see our Toy Fair coverage of the sets.

Via The Brick Fan.

  • Jay

    LEGO must make $10 billion a year in profits. It seems they’re unstoppable. I wouldn’t be surprised if they were still around some 500 years from now.

  • Oolie zool

    damn, lego AT-AT… childhood…memory…must….resist… My daughter just got her first lego set (batman) and after seeing what that stuff costs now, I told myself this wasn’t going to happen, but now I’m not so sure I have the strength to fight it.

  • Connor

    Benny’s SPACESHIP!! SPACESHIP!!!!!! SPACESHIP!!!!!!!!!! Dude, I’m so tempted to shell out a ton of cash for that.

  • bidi

    don’t get me wrong, these are awesome and I want them, but what i loved so much about legos when i was a kid was that you needed to use your imagination. i mean i made power rangers characters using the dudes from the race car sets. all of the imagination is done for the kids already. i’m starting to think these sets are all more for the parents and their nostalgia than they are for the kids.

    • Matt Goldberg

      I don’t disagree that they can now appeal to older buyers, but they also continue to make sets that are highly popular with kids. I’m sure most adults wouldn’t buy Ninjango or Chima, but those are a huge hit with kids. It’s a generational thing. And as always, everyone is always free to mix and match the sets.

  • Grendal Sven

    I have 2 55 gallon totes full of that stuff, looking at that contructo meck is giving me some ideas.

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  • MJ

    Given the prices they will charge for $5 worth of molded plastic, we know that in the “real world,” Lord Business won, and now runs Lego. LOL

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