We’ve been covering the LEGO Lord of the Rings set unveiling with a great deal of anticipation here over the past few months, and today the full set has finally be revealed. They’re (as expected) super cool, and not only do we get all the major characters from the Fellowship, but LEGO is also releasing Uruk-hai, Ringwraith, Moria Orc, and Mordor Orc characters. But that’s not all! My favorite character of the lineup is definitely the uber-creepy Gollum, for whom we also have a LEGO character poster. All in all, it’s a pretty good day for fans of LEGO and The Lord of the Rings. Hit the jump to check out the images and Gollum poster.
If you missed the other character posters, be sure to check out Aragorn, Legolas, and Frodo right here. Click on the below images to embiggen.
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