LEGO Brickheadz has gone quiet for a while, but now, it is back. Starting with the 175-piece LEGO Brickheadz 403381 Monkey King. The figure measures 5-inch tall when built and comes with a baseplate for display. Thanks to the printed pieces, the 403381 sure look the part of the Chinese folklore hero.

LEGO Brickheadz 403381 Monkey King

Also joining the Brickheadz portfolio is the new Harry Potter set. This time, its Hagrid and his pet creature, Buckbeak, the Hippogriff. Buckbeak looks pretty spectacular in LEGO-style Chibi form, IMHO. The LEGO Brickheadz 40412 Hagrid & Buckbeak contains 270 pieces and further features Hagrid holding a lantern and his famous wand hidden inside a pink umbrella.

Finally, in an even more recently reveal involving Brickheadz is the LEGO Brickheadz Universal Monsters 40422 Frankenstein. The 40422 is part of the new license for the series, Universal’s Monsters which includes monsters from the horror flicks made by the studio in the between the 20s and 50s.

LEGO Brickheadz Universal Monsters 40422 Frankenstein

We are hopeful Mummy and Dracula will be in the pipeline. Fingers crossed. Wait, there’s no wait to do The Invisible Man, is there?

LEGO Brickheadz 403381 Monkey King is available now for US$9.99. As for LEGO Brickheadz 40412 Hagrid & Buckbeak, it is worth US$39.99, but it is also now available as a gift with purchase. All you need to do is to spend US$100 on any LEGO Harry Potter set, including the new LEGO 95978 Diagon Alley, between September 1st and15th, 2020.

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Finally, as for the LEGO Brickheadz Universal Monsters 40422 Frankenstein, it set to be available starting September 15 for possibly US$9.99.

Images: LEGO Group/Brickset.

Source: Brickfanatics.

Published by Mike

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