Potterheads may be wondering why with so many LEGO Harry Potter sets, there isn’t The Monster Book of Monsters LEGO set. Well, there isn’t – that’s until of late.
And we thought LEGO is done with Harry Potter… well, apparently, the Danish toy maker is far from done. Just recently, we saw the Hogwarts crests wall art and we heard, there are more sets coming your way in January 2021. This new wave is known as “Hogwarts Moment.”
Whether you are looking to show off your Hogwarts house pride or complete your LEGO Harry Potter setup, the new LEGO 31201 Art Harry Potter Hogwarts Crests will make for a welcome addition.
Did the students of Hogwarts ever do picnics? I don’t recall if they ever did. But if they ever do, I am sure these coolers from the Igloo Harry Potter Cooler Collection will be the outdoor gear of choice. OK. Maybe not. But one thing I am sure is, Potterheads will be delighted.
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.
Think places in Harry Potter’s universe, Hogwarts is probably the first place to come to mind. As far as Hogwarts goes, it is all about lessons, giant mythical creatures, and treachery. But LEGO Harry and his gang don’t need that all the time; sometimes they do need a little break in a form of retail …
Because of COVID-19, we are asked not to venture outside unnecessary. That means, heading to Hogwarts is out of question, but thankfully, the Wizarding World will come to you. As part of Harry Potter At Home, fans will be able to find a bunch of “magical treats” to keep you occupied during quarantine.
Good news, young wizards of the wizarding world of Harry Potter! There are more LEGO Harry Potter sets coming your way. Altogether, six sets were announced Hogwarts Astronomy Tower and a 600-piece Hedwig.
Copenhagen-based jeweler Pandora (no relation to the U.S. based music streaming service) has teamed up with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to introduce a capsule collection of 12 hand-finished jewelry inspired by Harry Potter movie franchise (Fantastic Beasts not included, unfortunately).
The much anticipated Pokémon Go-style augmented reality mobile game, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite finally saw its global roll out last Friday. If you have been playing it, you will realize that this game is no different from Pokémon Go when it comes battery usage. It is a monstrosity. The way it sucks the juice out …