San Diego Comic-Con LEGO Exclusives

Amanda Velez
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LEGO unveiled a sneak peek of 2017 products from their hottest properties.

LEGO BrickHeadz


LEGO announced a new product line called LEGO BrickHeadz. It allows builders to create, collect and display versions of iconic characters and superheroes out of classic LEGO bricks and elements. Stop by the LEGO booth and purchase one of four limited-edition LEGO BrickHeadz sets. They cost $40 each and contain two superhero inspired buildable characters.

The LEGO Batman Movie


The LEGO Batman Movie will premiere in theaters on Feb. 10, 2017. The LEGO booth will be previewing two LEGO building sets inspired by the film such as The Batmobile and The Joker’s Notorious Lowrider. The cast will also be on hand for some autograph signing and fans can take a picture with the life-size version of LEGO Batman. A LEGO BrickHeadz building set with Batman and The Joker will be released on July 21.

DC Comics


Gal Gadot will make her debut as a life-sized LEGO Wonder Woman statue in honor of the superheroes first solo live-action movie. New LEGO Super Heroes Mighty Micros: DC Comics building sets will include Wonder Woman vs. Doomsday, Superman vs. Bizarro and Batman vs. Killer Moth. A LEGO BrickHeadz building set with Superman and Wonder Woman will be released on July 23.



Fans will have the opportunity to preview the ultimate Hulk mashup in the LEGO MARVEL Super Heroes Classic Avengers: Hulk vs. Red Hulk building set. There will also be two limited edition LEGO BrickHeadz: MARVEL building sets available for purchase on July 22 and July 24. They will include Black Panther and Doctor Stranger in one and Captain American and Iron Man in the other.

Life-Size Models and More


The booth will also have a life-size model of the new Death Trooper from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and a large-scale model of ninja apprentice Jay Walker from NINJAGO™: Masters of Spinjitzu . Along with all the other sets, fans will have the chance to purchase the new Adventure Time building set based on a concept from the fan-fueled LEGO Ideas crowdsourcing platform.

As if that wasn’t enough LEGO will be having minifigure giveaways of the Atom and Captain America throughout the week. Sounds like heaven for us LEGO hobbyists.

Amanda Velez
Amanda is a Community Development Representative at Fandom. She goes through books faster than she can buy them.
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