NEWS: 70620 Ninjago City

    By WhiteFang,

    This is a very nice pleasant surprise! We have not received the official press release from LEGO yet for this input. Our Eurobricks member, Nerd-with-a-Pencil had brought to our attention with this nice discovery which was originated from the official LEGO Facebook channel. The 70620 Ninjago City is an upcoming mega D2C set with about 4867 pieces count. I will reckon the official price for this set could be quite high indeed. Check out the LEGO Ninjago 2017 discussion in the Eurobricks Action and Adventure Theme


    Check out the LEGO Ninjago 2017 discussion in the Eurobricks Action and Adventure Theme

    PFx Bricks Ending Soon

    By Jim,

    Recently PFx Brick relaunched their campaign after a failed first attempt. More realistic goals were set and more pledge levels defined. The project has already been succesfully funded, but there's still a day left to back this promising project.

    PFx Brick is a cool solution to add Sound and Light (and Power Functions) to your LEGO creation. Click here for more information.


    HA(ppy) (mo)UNT(ain) Abandoned Theme Park

    By Hinckley,

    For the second year in a row, the Eurobricks Collaborative team has earned the Best Group Display award at Brickworld.


    Check out the display in this topic

    LEGO Rebrick contest - Dream Skylines!

    By CopMike,


    LEGO Rebrick is running a contest - Dream Skylines! Go here to check out the rules and more in the Special LEGO Themes forum!


    LEGO Pictorial Review: 10257 Carousel

    By Jim,

    Our Eurobricks Global Moderator and Reviewers Academy Teacher, WhiteFang has completed reviewing the latest LEGO City D2C 10257 Carousel. Do share your thoughts with us and see if you enjoy and love this set as much as he does. If you like to get this majestic set as soon as possible, it is now available in stores! 


    Click here to view the 10257 Carousel review in the Eurobricks LEGO Town Forum. 

    Robin Hood

    By Ecclesiastes,

    Maybe some of you remembered Ben Pitchford's huge Samurai Village, this year he's back with another amazing layout!


    Check out all the details in History Forum!

    LEGO Ideas: 21310 Old Fishing Store

    By Ecclesiastes,

    The fishing store has finally been revealed in all it's glory at the LEGO Fan Media Days in Billund! Join the discussion and see more pictures in the Town Forum!


    Technic B-Models Pictures!

    By Milan,

    Pictures of Technic B-Models are here! Check them out in Technic Forum or click on the picture:



    Sandboarding Queenscross

    By Ecclesiastes,

    The surprising look on the guard's face is quite explainable. It's not every day that you see someone speeding towards you in the dessert wich such incredible speed!

    Sandboarding Queenscross

    This fun build by Gunman, is filled with a lot of nice piece usages like Maggie's head and the chima parts in the sand. There are also some funny surprises inside the wall, so make sure to check out the topic in the Guilds of Historica subforum!

    Star Wars Thrawn Contest

    By Stash2Sixx,

    Excited about the 40th anniversary of Star Wars? Looking forward to The Last Jedi? Have some extra building time this weekend? Then you should participate in the Eurobricks Star Wars Thrawn Contest!


    Historica United

    By Ecclesiastes,

    The last challenge is over and there are a lot of stunning entries out there. Like the one made by Henjin_Quilones:


    Make sure to check his builds and story and while you'll strolling around there you'll come across a lot more great entries!   


    LEGO Ideas 21309 NASA Apollo Saturn V signing event in Vienna

    By CopMike,


    Go here to continue talking about this awesome set!

    Porsche GT3 RS Stickers V2

    By Jim,

    Some time ago, one of our EB members (8411XXL) released a very nice sticker sheet for the Porsche GT3 RS. A couple of weeks ago he released a new version, including a spoiler sticker.


    REVIEW: 21309 NASA Apollo Saturn V

    By Jim,

    The LEGO Ideas Saturn V has been launched recently. This set isn't only cool on the outside. Check out @Bob De Quatre's take on the machine that took us to the moon.


    21137 The Mountain Cave

    Captain Nemo
    By Captain Nemo,

    After teasing select images for some time, Lego has finally unveiled the second Lego Minecraft D2C set, 21137 The Mountain Cave 



    21137 The Mountain Cave

    Ages 12+.  2,863 pieces.

    US $249.99 - CA $299.99 - DE 249.99€ - UK £259.99 - DK 2099.00 DKK

    Experience the Mountain Cave!

    Build and experience the Mountain Cave, featuring an amazing minecart track with an integrated redstonepowered minecart elevator, and an array of other features and functions, including TNT blasting, rotating spiderspawner, charged Creeper explosion and a lava burst. Position the light brick to illuminate the rotating spider-spawner, wall of redstone, jack o’lantern, first-night shelter, furnace, lava or the torch above the cave entrance. Enjoy handson Minecraft adventures featuring your favorite characters and objects with this easy-to-reconfigure, modular LEGO® Minecraft set designed for young fans of the highly successful sandbox video game. Includes Steve and Alex minifigures, plus 13 mobs including a charged Creeper™.


    Head on over to the Licensed Forum to discuss this new massive mountainous set! 

Portal by DevFuse · Based on IP.Board Portal by IPS