Finishing off our coverage from LEGO’s Toy Fair breakfast from Day 1, we have a bunch of odds and ends from LEGO’s upcoming toy and playset lines. Hopefully, you’ve already checked out Jurassic World, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Star Wars and DC SuperHeroes, but there’s a lot of other cool stuff.
For instance, LEGO is starting a new line of playsets based on the popular Hanna-Barbera cartoon “Scooby-Doo” with sets including “Mummy Museum Mystery,” “The Headless Horseman” and “Haunted Lighthouse.” There’s also a full scale “Mystery Mansion” and a “Mystery Machine Escape” with Scooby and Shaggy represented in many of the sets, joined by Fred in the latter (on left) and Daphne and Velma available with the “Mystery Mansion.”
Another big new license for LEGO is the popular game Minecraft, and you couldn’t really come up with a better pairing considering the blocky characters from the game that are perfectly suited for LEGOs. They have about ten sets coming out later this year including The Mine, The Dungeon, The Cave, The Farm and the very cool Ender Dragon.
LEGO’s Ninjago animated series and toys are already very popular, but interest will continue to grow leading up to the animated feature film in 2016 and they’re building up their line with a lots of new playsets including “Jungle Trip,” “Lava Fall,” “Condrai Copter Attack” and many more, which you can see pictures of in the gallery below.
I know even less about LEGO’s Ultra Agents–apparently these are LEGO’s own superheroes–but they’re also building up that line with a number of new playsets including AntiMatter’s Portal Hideout, AntiMatter being the Ultra Agents’ main villain.
in August, LEGO is launching a new line of Pirates playsets including the 745 brick The Brick Bounty ship and a number of smaller sets.
Like the Star Wars advent calledar, they’re also doing a generic advent calendar for the holidays with various LEGO mini-figures behind each date leading up to Christmas.
You can check out 200 more pictures of what’s discussed above in the gallery below (you may have to scroll ahead to see some of the lines mentioned).