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2019 LEGO sets available now or coming soon!

by admin on November 29, 2018

in Other News & Updates

While LEGO fans have been busy taking advantage of all the special holiday sales and promotions (check the Sale section of the Online LEGO Shop, there are still some great deals!), images of many 2019 sets have also been released. We will discuss these today, as some of them are already showing up in stores and you may be able to find them before Christmas! As there are too many sets to cover, instead of including pictures for all of them, I will include videos by just2good, as he does a good job covering the sets we already know about. 🙂

2019 LEGO OVERWATCH SETS: We already discussed these sets (see: LEGO Overwatch Sets Preorder & Other Details), but I wanted to mention them for the sake of completeness. The six new LEGO Overwatch sets are scheduled for release on January 1st, but can be pre-ordered now at the LEGO Overwatch section of the Online LEGO Shop.

THE LEGO MOVIE 2 SETS: These are also sets we talked about already (see: The LEGO Movie 2 – Second Trailer & New Sets!), however there is a major update. Initially, it was announced that the sets will be available on December 26th, but now it looks like at least some of them will be released on December 1st. This is excellent news, as many LEGO fans wanted to get these sets for Christmas! You can find them at The LEGO Movie 2 section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2019 LEGO STAR WARS SETS: The 2019 LEGO Star Wars line includes a number of great sets especially in the LEGO Star Wars Microfighters, LEGO Star Wars Battle Packs, and LEGO Juniors (now called LEGO 4+) categories. This includes the #75224 LEGO Star wars Sith Infilterator Microfighter, the #75225 LEGO Star Wars Elite Praetorian Guard Battle Pack, the #75226 LEGO Star Wars Inferno Squad Battle Pack, the #75228 LEGO Star Wars Escape Pod vs. Dewback, the #75229 LEGO Star Wars Death Star Escape, the #75233 LEGO Star Wars Droid Gunship, the #75234 LEGO Star Wars AT-AP Walker, the #75235 LEGO Star Wars X-Wing Starfighter Trench Run, the #75237 LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter, and the #75247 LEGO Star Wars A-wing Starfighter. Look out for them at retailers and at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2019 LEGO NINJAGO SETS: LEGO Ninjago is getting a bunch of legacy sets – basically updated rereleases of the sets from the first season of the LEGO Ninjago TV show. This includes the #70664 LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Lloyd vs. Garmadon, the #70665 LEGO Ninjago The Samurai Mech, the #70666 LEGO Ninjago The Golden Dragon, the #70667 LEGO Ninjago Kai’s Blade Cycle & Zane’s Snowmobile, the #70668 LEGO Ninjago Jay’s Storm Fighter, the #70669 LEGO Ninjago Cole’s Earth Driller, the #70670 LEGO Ninjago Monastery of Spinjitzu, and the #70680 LEGO Ninjago Monastery Training. Check for them at retailers and at the LEGO Ninjago section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2019 LEGO SPIDERMAN SETS: There are a number of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Spider-Man sets for younger LEGO fans, all of which are already available. So keep an eye out for these. They include the #76113 LEGO Spider-Man Bike Rescue, the #76114 LEGO Spider Man’s Spider Crawler, the #76115 LEGO Spider Mech vs. Venom, the #76133 LEGO Spider-Man Car Chase, and the #76134 LEGO Spider Man: Doc Ock Diamond Heist sets. You can find all five sets at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2019 LEGO BATMAN SETS: A couple of new LEGO DC Super Heroes Batman sets may also be available early. This includes the #76116 LEGO Batman Batsub and the Underwater Clash, and the #76117 LEGO Batman Mech vs. Poison Ivy Mech. For availability, check the LEGO DC Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2019 LEGO CITY SETS: LEGO City always has a large release in January, and they are starting to show up in stores. Some of the sets are the #60212 LEGO City Barbecue Burn Out, the #60213 LEGO City Dock Side Fire, the #60216 LEGO City Downtown Fire Brigade, the #60218 LEGO City Desert Rally Racer, the #60219 LEGO City Construction Loader, the #60220 LEGO City Garbage Truck, the #60221 LEGO City Diving Yacht, the #60222 LEGO City Snow Groomer, and the #60223 LEGO City Harvester Transport. Look for them at retailers and at the LEGO City section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2019 LEGO CREATOR SETS: LEGO Creator is coming out with the usual 3-in-1 sets, like the #31086 LEGO Creator Futuristic Flyer, the #31087 LEGO Creator Dune Buggy, the #31088 LEGO Creator Deep Sea Creatures, the #31089 LEGO Creator Sunset Track Racer, the #31090 LEGO Creator Underwater Robot, and the #31091 LEGO Creator Shuttle Transporter. You can see them in the video below, and they should be listed soon at the LEGO Creator section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2019 LEGO MINECRAFT SETS: LEGO Minecraft is getting some unusually interesting sets with large, brick-built versions of some of the main characters. This includes the #21148 LEGO Minecraft Steve with Parrot, the #21149 LEGO Minecraft Alex with Chicken, and the #21150 LEGO Minecraft Skeleton with Magma Tube. Other sets are the #21151 LEGO Minecraft The End Battle, and the #21152 LEGO Minecraft Pirate Ship. Check for them at retailers and at the LEGO Minecraft section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2019 LEGO TECHNIC SETS: LEGO Technic has a great selection of sets coming as well, including some smaller sets like the #42089 LEGO Technic Power Boat, the #42090 LEGO Technic Gateway Truck and #42091 LEGO Technic Police Pursuit (both of these are Pull-Back Racers), and the #42092 LEGO Technic Rescue Helicopter. Larger sets include the #42093 LEGO Technic Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, the #42094 LEGO Technic Tracked Loader, the #42095 LEGO Technic Remote-Controlled Stunt Racer, and the #42096 LEGO Technic Porsche 911 RSR. For updates, check the LEGO Technic section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2019 LEGO CHINESE NEW YEAR SETS: As discussed in a previous press-release (see: LEGO in China Newsroom Announcements), LEGO is going to release a series of sets specifically for the Asian market to celebrate Chinese New Year. The #80101 LEGO Chinese New Year’s Eve Dinner, the #80102 LEGO Dragon Dance, and #80103 LEGO Dragon Boat Race will be available in Asia only, with no plans at this point to distribute them anywhere else. I hope this will change, as there is great interest in these sets.

2019 LEGO FORMA SETS: If you participated in the Indiegogo campaign for LEGO FORMA (see: LEGO FORMA – LEGO Teams Up with Indiegogo!), your LEGO FORMA set and extra skins (depending on what you preordered) will be shipped out sometime in January. Sets include the #81000 LEGO FORMA Koi base model, the #81001 LEGO FORMA Shark Skin, the #81002 LEGO Forma Splash Koi Skin, and the #81003 LEGO FORMA Ink Koi Skin. These sets are only going to be available to Backers at the Indiegogo campaign.

Besides the above-mentioned sets, there is also a new wave of LEGO Friends and a new LEGO Modular Building coming, but we have no information on those yet. And, of course, there could be other sets as well that LEGO is plotting to release but didn’t tell us about yet. And for the current selection of sets – many of them on sale – check the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? Which new LEGO sets and themes are you most excited for? And which ones are you planning to get? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

And you might also like to check out the following related posts:

LEGO SHOP IN USA: Online LEGO Shop USA

LEGO SHOP IN CANADA: Online LEGO Shop Canada

LEGO SHOP IN UK: Online LEGO Shop UK

{ 16 comments… read them below or add one }

Maya November 29, 2018 at 12:54 PM

Those chinese new year sets are awesome!!

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brickmaster November 29, 2018 at 1:36 PM

Okay, so here are my thoughts. The Ninjago Legacy sets are awesome, and I bet they are going to be very popular. Kids who grew up with the sets or missed out on the first wave of sets should really like them.

Lego better release the Chinese New Year sets worldwide because otherwise there is going to be war. We all want those sets!

Some of the Creator, City and Technic sets are really good. There are also Disney sets and a new wave of Speed Champions, one of them with a MINI Cooper!

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Legostuff14 November 29, 2018 at 1:53 PM

Wow! So many choices . I can never have enough ninjago sets and city sets. However, I’m not that thrilled of the main set for the air police theme ( it looks simple enough that I could build it from scratch, the main base anyways ). Oh, and let’s not forget the Lego 2 movie sets. A must have. Star wars is star wars , I can take it or leave it. I must say , that the 4+ builds for star wars is interesting enough almost enough to buy it. Just for curiosity sake.🤔

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admin November 29, 2018 at 4:29 PM

It seems like the Star Wars 4+ sets are going to be popular. Star Wars fans have been asking for midi-scale sets for quite some time. 😀

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admin November 29, 2018 at 4:28 PM

I just saw the MINI this morning too! Very cute! 😀

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Sith015 November 29, 2018 at 1:43 PM

I like how the new Ninjago spinners look like tornadoes! I would like to get them all!!! And the Star Wars Juniors sets are awesome!!

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admin November 29, 2018 at 4:28 PM

Oh, good notice! Looks like a nice specialized piece, although it’s hard to make it out from the pictures.

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sammy November 29, 2018 at 2:42 PM

I’m looking forward to all the new parts and colors. The white Technic panels are going to be especially welcome. The City sets have a surprisingly large number of new pieces. How does that new light piece work? Cell batteries?

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admin November 29, 2018 at 4:30 PM

I assume they run on cell batteries. According to Brickset, they also have sound. 🙄

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Håkan November 29, 2018 at 5:17 PM

Batteries included in the parts, or to be bought separately as in the 80’s-90’s Light and Sound sets (which sounds better in Danish as “Lys og Lyd”)?

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admin November 30, 2018 at 1:12 PM

That makes sense. 🙂

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Håkan November 30, 2018 at 7:05 PM

Although it was actually a question… =/

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jabber-baby-wocky November 29, 2018 at 3:07 PM

Is there somewhere where we can see all the new sets in one place before they get uploaded to the Lego shop? I would like to go through them and start planning.

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admin November 29, 2018 at 4:30 PM

Yes, check the Brickset database under the 2019 sets: https://brickset.com/sets/year-2019. You can use the dropdown list at the top to narrow down by theme.

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Håkan November 29, 2018 at 5:37 PM

Some of the pre-released sets are listed for 2018, although I can’t see how to get a chronological sorting.

https://brickset.com/sets/year-2018

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admin November 30, 2018 at 1:11 PM

Yeah, for the pre-released sets that are listed under 2018 you probably have to go with a specific theme to narrow down the selection. At least that’s what I usually do. 🙂

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