LEGO just launched a bunch of new Disney, Star Wars and Marvel sets and recently showcased many of their upcoming products at Sweet Suite. In this roundup, we’ll start with the newest licensed Disney products, but if you love LEGO sets or are looking for new ones for yourself or as gifts, don’t neglect all of the other new and exciting LEGO products.
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All 6 Infinity Stones are among the 590 pieces of this new Infinity Gauntlet from Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. The fingers can move to be posed, including in a snapping position, and the entire build rests atop a sturdy base with a descriptive tablet. Recommended for ages 18+ with a price of $69.99, this build stands 12.5 inches high when built. $69.99.
Star-Lord, Groot, Rocket, Mantis and Thor minifigures are included in this Guardians of the Galaxy LEGO set for ages 14 and up. Inside the build, fans will find a weapon store, computer, and a coffee and donut break space. A rotating stand is included for display, but this build was also made for play, measuring 14 inches long, 23 inches wide and 9 inches high. $149.99.
Inspired by the new Disney+ original series and the first animated project from Marvel Studios, serious Marvel fans will love adding The Watcher to their minifigure collection and the set also includes Tony Stark and Valkyrie. The Sakaarian Iron Man mech is highly poseable and Tony Stark fits inside, but it can also be rebuilt as a race car. Ages 8 and up, 369 pieces, $29.99.
Minifigures of Tech, Echo, Hunter, Wrecker and Crosshair come with the Attack Shuttle from The Bad Batch, plus a Gonk Droid. The wings can fold down for flight mode and spring-loaded shooters actually shoot. With 969 pieces, in addition to the Attack Shuttle, you can build two speeders. Ages 9 and up, $99.99.
Boba Fett’s Slave I ship returns to LEGO the way it was seen in season 2 of The Mandalorian. 8 inches long and tall, this playset includes minifigures of Boba Fett and The Mandalorian, a cockpit they both can sit inside, rotating wings, rotating dual blaster cannons, working stud shooters, a Carbonite brick, and a handle for pretend flying. A stand allows the ship to be displayed standing up. Recommended for ages 9 and up, $49.99.
Add 4 Greef Karga, 2 Stormtroopers and an Artillery Stormtrooper from The Mandalorian to your LEGO minifigure collection with the Star Wars Imperial Armored Marauder. Once you assemble all 478 pieces, you’ll have a full ship complete with 2 stud shooters at the front, a rotating rear turret with 2 stud shooters, cockpit, easy-access cabin with space for 2 LEGO mini-figures, lookout point and ammo compartments. Recommended for ages 8 and up, $39.99.
Bo-Katan Kryze, Gar Saxon, and a Mandalorian loyalist come with the Mandalorian Starfighter from season 2 of The Mandalorian. The cockpit can seat 2 minifigures and features of the ship include 2 stud shooters, 2 spring-loaded shooters and adjustable wings. Also includes 5 blaster pistols and 3 jetpacks. Recommended for ages 9 and up, $59.99.
Ahsoka Tano faces off against Darth Maul in this playset, complete with their lightsabers. The buildable throne has a secret compartment with a hidden blaster, plus the Mandalorian vault in which Darth Maul can be imprisoned. Recommended for ages 7 and up, $19.99.
Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse are ready to blast off to outer space with this fun playset that comes with minifigures of both characters in spacesuits. Comes with a buildable opening rocket ship and space station, plus accessories. Recommended for ages 4 and up with picture instructions and an app to help with the build, $19.99.
Add a touch of Frozen magic to your home with this 2-foot-tall Ice Castle from the iconic “Let It Go” scene. It’s full of memorable details, including the double-sided curved staircase, throne room, ice fountain, and the balcony. You can recreate the moment where Elsa creates her chilly lair and transforms with 2 Elsa mini-dolls, her coronation look and her icy blue dress. It also comes with mini-dolls of Anna, Kristoff, Olaf, and 4 snowgie figures. 1,709 pieces, recommended for ages 14 and up, $199.99.
Like a magic storybook, this case opens up to reveal elements from the stories of Cinderella, Tiana, Belle, and Ariel. In addition to mini-doll figures of the four Disney Princesses, the set also includes Ariel’s chariot pulled by a dolphin, Gus, Lumiere, and Naveen as a frog. Recommended for ages 5 and up, $24.99.
Mini-doll figures of Rapunzel and Belle come with this fun playset, along with their horses Maximus and Philippe. The buildable stable includes a trophy and accessory room, plus a furnished attic where the princesses can relax. Maximus and Philippe also have their own detachable horse stalls. Accessories include hay, horse food, saddles, stable tools, a trophy and sticker sheet. Recommended for ages 5 and up, $49.99.
Ideal for ages 2 and up, this 91 piece Minnie Mouse LEGO DUPLO playset includes figures of Minnie and Daisy, who can have fun at Minnie’s house and adjacent cafe. The two friends can enjoy tea and waffles, tend to flowers, and plan sleepovers. $49.99. Also available is a new Minnie Mouse Ice Cream Shop playset.
From the new Disney Junior series Spidey and his Amazing Friends, kids can build WEB-Quarters with this 36-piece playset. Comes with DUPLU figures of Spider-Man, Miles Morales and Ghost Spider. Accessories include a motorcycle, slide and a rope swing. Ages 2 and up, $29.99.
New to the LEGO Architecture Landmarks Collection is the world famous Taj Mahal, made up of 2,022 pieces. Authentic details include the central chamber, monumental iwans, main dome, chhatris, minarets, and crypt of Mumtaz and Shah Jahan. When completed, this figure measures 7.5 inches high, 9 inches wide, and 9 inches deep. Recommended for ages 18 and up, $119.99.
Finally get your hands on this legendary car for just $149.99! Some assembly required in this 1,448-piece set for ages 18 and up. Builders can choose to create the classic Turbo or the Targa model with lots of details including the rear-mounted, air-cooled flat-six engine, working steering, gearshift, emergency brake and tilting seats. Final build measures 4 inches high, 13.5 inches long and 6 inches wide. $149.99.
Sneaker fans can now build one of the coolest sneakers of all time, the adidas Originals Superstar. Designed to be displayed, it comes in a shoebox-style package with a plaque and includes all of the signature elements of the sneaker, the famous shell toe, 3 serrated stripes, adidas logo on the tongue, and real shoelaces. Best of all, you can choose between building it as a right foot or a left foot and for diehard fans, picking up two sets allows you to create both. Measures over 4.5 inches high, 10.5 inches long and 3.5 inches wide. Ages 18 and up, $79.99.
Elevate your home with the newest LEGO Art project, a framed map of the world, which can be hung two different ways. Like past LEGO Art projects, it comes with a playlist to enhance your relaxation as you follow the coffee table instructions, which include 3 different ways to create the World Map, artist’s choice. You can also add pins to mark places you want to go or have already been to. Includes 11,695 pieces, recommended for ages 18 and up. Measures 25.5 inches high and 40.5 inches wide. $249.99.
Aimed at ages 9 and up, the LEGO Creator 3in1 Ferris Wheel amusement park playset lets kids create three rides: a ferris wheel, bumper car and swing boat. 1,002 pieces are all it takes to create your own amusement park at home, complete with 5 minifigures, a ticket booth, balloon cart, and a brick-built dog. The ferris wheel stands 10.5 inches high, 6 inches deep and 10.5 inches wide. $79.99. Other new LEGO Creator 3in1 sets include Space Shuttle Adventure and Medieval Castle.
Join Mia and Olivia on a fun adventure at the Magical Funfair! The LEGO Friends Ferris Wheel and Slide playset includes a buildable ferris wheel and a magic slide, one where LEGO Friends mini-dolls seemingly disappear on the way down. Comes with 3 LEGO Friends mini-dolls, including Mia and Olivia in fair clothes and face paint. Other fun accessories include juggling clubs, a lollipop, top hat and a fairground map. Consisting of 545 pieces, the ferris wheel and slide stand less than a foot high. Aimed at ages 7 and up, $59.99. Expand the Magical Funfair with these other playset: Magical Funfair Roller Coaster, Magical Acrobatics, Magical Funfair Stalls and Magical Caravan.
The LEGO Speed Champions Toyota GR Supra set contains 299 pieces, perfect for racing play and display. Recommended for ages 7 and up, $19.99.
The LEGO City Adventures TV series comes to life in the LEGO City Wildlife Rescue Off-Roader playset. With 157 pieces, this set allows kids to create a 4×4, water scooter and savanna. Comes with minifigures of Jessice Sharpe, a ranger and an explorer, plus a lion, lion cub and a snake. Accessories include a snake egg, snake grabber, 2 crates, binocular, walkie-talkie, camera, bones, bottle, sausage and a hairbrush. Designed for ages 4 and up, $49.99.
For the unfamiliar, LEGO VIDYO is a new series of app-enabled sets where you get to direct, produce and star in your own music videos. A free-to-download app makes the magic happen and you can share your creations on a kid-friendly network for your friends to see. Each set unlocks new features in the app. Check out the 6 brand-new sets below.
The folk music fairy minifigure and special effect BeatBits unlocks new features in the free app like the magic spell, which changes items into random objects, and a fantasy world effect that makes a magic forest appear in the scene. Comes with a fairy minifigure, 14 random BeatBits and 2 special BeatBits. The BeatBox acts like a carrying case so you can take the Folk Fairy wherever you want. Ages 7 and up, $19.99.
A ballerina and bear are 2 new minifigure characters included in this set with a buildable Candy Castle Stage. Includes 14 random BeatBits and 2 special BeatBits, plus accessories. Ages 7 and up, $29.99.
Make these two minifigures dance on top of a car stage that you get to build. In addition to musica accessories, you get 14 random BeatBits and 2 special BeatBits for your collection. These unlock new features in the app include special effects and robot sounds that can be added to songs. Ages 7 and up, $29.99.
Unlock the ability to give minifigures matching costumes and recreate K-Pop dance poses in the app with this fun new playset that comes with 3 minifigures: a bunny, a kitten and a flying unicorn. You also get musical accessories, 14 random BeatBits and 3 special BeatBits. The head on top of the stage can change from a unicorn head to a cat head, which makes the stage backgrounds change. Ages 8 and up, $49.99.
A punk rock mermaid, shark and octopus are the 3 new minifigures in this impressive pirate ship stage set, which comes with accessories, 14 random BeatBits and 3 special BeatBits. Turn the heads, speakers and lights on the stage to see different scenes appear in your videos. Unlock special effects in the app like seeing characters surf on sharks or making pirates dance. The stage can be customized with a skull or shark head and the treasure chest speakers can also become cannons. Ages 8 and up, $59.99.
Too eclectic to choose just one genre? The Boombox comes with four different music genres, swapped by changing the heads, speakers and lights on the stage, which folds up to look like a 1990’s boombox. The 4 minifigures include a vampire, leopard, fairy and alien, each with their own special effects in the app. Includes musical accessories, 14 random BeatBits and 4 special BeatBits that unlock effects, including the ability to add fire effects to videos and make a motorbike appear on the stage. Ages 9 and up, $99.99.
Alex has been blogging about Disney films since 2009 after a lifetime of fandom. He joined the Laughing Place team in 2014 and covers films across all of Disney’s brands, including Star Wars, Marvel, and Fox, in addition to books, music, toys, consumer products, and food. You can hear his voice as a member of the Laughing Place Podcast and his face can be seen on Laughing Place’s YouTube channel where he unboxes stuff.