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This Winnie the Pooh LEGO Set Lets you Revisit the Hundred Acre Wood

Front and rear views of the new LEGO Winnie the Pooh setLEGO

One of Disney’s most memorable properties, Winnie the Pooh, is now available in LEGO form along with the Hundred Acre Wood. The nostalgic set features all of your favorite characters from the movie, along with Pooh’s treehouse, jars of honey, and other fun details. It’s perfect for fans of Disney and classic cartoons.

The set was originally created by LEGO user benlouisa. It hit 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas in August 2019, and was formally approved for production by the LEGO team in February 2020. Now, it’s available to buy on LEGO’s site for $99.99.

Despite clocking in at 1265 pieces, the set is fairly small—measures 8.7 x 7.1 x 9.4 inches (22 x 18 x 24 cm)—and will fit with ease on a shelf or desk. Pooh’s house and the oak tree above it opens up to reveal the interior of Pooh’s home, complete with furniture. It also comes with five Minifigures: Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, Piglet, and Rabbit, and each has their own accessories (a red balloon, a sack on a stick, a tail and removable ribbon, a scarf, and carrots, respectively).

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Winnie the Pooh LEGO set


Revisit the Hundred Acre Wood with this nostalgic Winnie the Pooh LEGO set, available on LEGO’s site now for $99.99.

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Source: https://www.reviewgeek.com/72868/this-winnie-the-pooh-lego-set-lets-you-revisit-the-hundred-acre-wood/
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LEGO Announces the Full Super Mario Product Lineup

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Last March, LEGO announced it was working with Nintendo to create a new LEGO Super Mario lineup. The collaboration led to a unique product that allows you to create Mario levels and play through them with a giant Mario figure that collects coins, hits enemies, and more thanks to a built-in screen and sensors. Now, LEGO is ready to announce all the add-on sets, and you have plenty of choices.

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Source: https://www.reviewgeek.com/45249/lego-announces-the-full-super-mario-product-lineup/
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Playmobil’s Light-Up Delorean Will Hit Stores Tomorrow at 88 MPH

A photo of the light-up DeLorean's interior.Playmobil

Back to the Future inspired a whole generation of nerds to pursue scientific insights, to dress up as their favorite characters, and to make movie references that I don’t fully understand. Like these nerds, I wish that I could wake up to find a time-traveling DeLorean in my driveway. But I’ll have to settle for a light-up toy on my desk.

Playmobil is celebrating Back to the Future’s 25th anniversary with a 64-piece DeLorean playset. The set includes parts to build a light-up DeLorean with adjustable wheels, a flux capacitor, and a detailed interior. As far as I know, the flux capacitor isn’t time-travel ready.

A photo of the DeLorean's wheels going into time-travel mode.Playmobil

The Playmobil set also includes figurines to help you reenact your favorite Back to the Future scenes. You’ve got Marty McFly, Doc Brown, Einstein, a skateboard, a camcorder, a case of plutonium, and more.

Sadly, the set doesn’t come with ZZ Top figurines or Calvin Kline underwear. But Playmobil sells add-on toys to help you reenact Marty’s rock n’ roll scene if that’s what you’re into.

The full Playmobil DeLorean set with Doc and Marty figurines.Playmobil

Playmobil’s Delorean toy set costs $50 and is available for purchase starting May 15th—tomorrow. I suggest bookmarking the DeLorean sale page or opting for an email reminder through Playmobil’s website.

Source: Playmobil via CNET

Source: https://www.reviewgeek.com/42625/playmobils-light-up-delorean-will-hit-stores-tomorrow-at-88-mph/
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