No cyber sightings here, flickr user Pugsly obtained himself a copy of 7590 Woody and Buss to the Rescue and 7595 Army Men on Patrol. Pics can be found in his flickr stream. Both sets were purchased from the Schaumburg Lego Discovery Center in Schaumburg, IL.
Posts Tagged ‘LEGO Toy Story’
As the title says, you can view the LEGO Toy Story mini site on LEGO.com. Nothing to view yet, but no doubt with January just around the corner, and Toys’R’Us threatening to put out products early, the page should be updating soon.
Update: I’ve discovered you can turn the lamp on and off… and click on the brick on the desk… and click on the ball to have the ball do nothing.
Thanks to Dano for the tip.
Title says it all, LEGO Toy Story: 7594 Woody’s Roundup was spotted on Toys’R’Us’s website. I’ve stitched together the box image below. Set is priced at $50 USD. Click through for the flickr page where you can view the full size:
Amazon.com comes through with some advance pictures of 2010 box art images. All sets are available for preorder and are scheduled for release on January 1, 2010. I’m not sure if Amazon ships earlier than the release date, but, historically, January 2010 sets have been available at Toys’R’Us earlier than their release date.
LEGO Star Wars
- LEGO Star Wars Freeco Speeder 8085
- LEGO Star Wars Trifighter Droid 8086
- LEGO Star Wars Tie Defender 8087
- LEGO Star Wars ARC-170 Starfighter 8088
LEGO Toy Story
You know, when I first heard about the LEGO Disney alliance and that they would be making figures based on Toy Story 3, I felt a twinge of excitement. I mean, who doesn’t love the Toy Story movies? And seeing them rendered in LEGO minifigure form would make any fan wet their pants with anticipation. What I saw today at SDCC just completely blew my mind. The figures that were there were final production figures, so what you see is what you get. And I can’t believe just how AWESOME they are. Some highlights below, full pictures in the LEGO Toy Story 2010 flickr set:
The San Diego Comic Con is just around the corner and with it comes news from LEGO about their presence. I just got this in the mail this morning about what we can expect to see:
BRAND INVADES SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON
5 foot tall Buzz Lightyear and life size Star Wars™ Captain Rex
completely of LEGO® bricks among the highlights at the LEGO Booth -
WHAT: Broadcast your Comic-Con coverage live from the showroom floor –
the LEGO Booth showcases large scale LEGO models, interactive building
experiences, sneak peek looks at new products, exclusive sets for sale and much
VISUALS: – First ever look at the
LEGO minifigures from the upcoming Toy Story and Prince of
Persia building sets
- 5’ 6” tall LEGO
- 10th Anniversary
LEGO Star Wars™ contests and background
- Life size Star Wars™ Captain
- Never before seen LEGO
products, including the new LEGO Star Wars™ Tantive IV
- BIONICLE mural build
- LEGO Playtables
- And more!
WHERE: San Diego Convention
Center – Booth 2829
W. Harbor Drive
Diego, CA 92101
SCHEDULE: Wednesday, July 22, 6:00 pm
– 9:00 pm
Thursday, July 23 –
Saturday, July 25 – 9:30 am – 7:00 pm
July 26 – 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
of the new LEGO Star Wars™ Tantive IV starship
of 5 foot 6 inch Buzz Lightyear Model
of new LEGO minifigures from Toy Story and Prince of Persia sets
Saturday, July 25
Dorn, voice of Mata Nui in the upcoming BIONICLE Direct to Video Movie, onsite,
signing autographs (12pm – 2pm) *Interviews upon request only
I’ll be there this year attending as a member of the press for the first time. Watch this space for pictures and my reports.