We published so much in October – 15 articles across 17 posts, plus another 10 for our Patreon supporters – we figured a bit of a catch-up might be good in case you missed any!
New LEGO® sets now available
- LEGO Ideas set 21324 123 Sesame Street was reviewed over two posts by Tim Johnson, and it is available to purchase as of today! If you're buying this set, consider using our affiliate links to LEGO Shop at Home in the USA or UK. New Elementary earn from qualifying purchases.
- Now that The Mandalorian Season 2 has aired, LEGO Star Wars 75318 The Child is available too! Check out our review by new contributor Zachary Hill, or head straight to purchase via our affiliate links: USA LEGO Shop at Home, USA Amazon, UK LEGO Shop at Home, UK Amazon.
More LEGO reviews, MOCs and articles from New Elementary
- Another new contributor is Omid who cast his eye over the LEGO x IKEA BYGGLEK storage boxes. Neat, but are they practical?
- Caz Mockett also joined us in October, with her LEGO Hidden Side 70437 Mystery Castle review – plus original MOCs!
- Also supplying MOCs plus set review were our guests Kaitlyn Lee and Miller Keys, who took on LEGO Architecture 21054 The White House.
- Our LEGO Star Wars 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina coverage by new contributor Thomas Jenkins continued with his detailed examination of the build.
- An equally thorough examination came from Ben Davies, looking at the thrilling LEGO 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System.
- Andrew Barnick spotted (get it?) the new recolours in 41916 Extra Dots Series 2.
- Alexandre Campos (and his cat) took a fascinating look at LEGO Technic Fast & Furious 42111 Dom's Dodge Charger.
- LEGO Monkie Kid 80007 Iron Bull Tank was reviewed by Inthert, and it inspired him to create a Thunderbirds-style fire truck!
- Inthert also went totally off-piste when he was inspired to use a cardboard container in a Speed Champions polybag brilliantly in his MOCs!
- Our amazing guest Grantmasters used parts from LEGO Trolls World Tour sets as inspiration for 10 wonderful builds.
- Victor Pruvost created a Bionicle template and Classic Space ship after examining the geometry of the exclusive parts in LEGO Star Wars 75253 Droid Commander.
- Similarly, Tim Johnson analysed the surprisingly useful new parts in LEGO Minions sets while Kev Levell created a MOC.
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