As some may remember, back in July 2019 I wrote a post about what possible LEGO Harry Potter sets we might see in 2020. Now that year has come and gone, so I thought it would be interesting to see how well I did. There were some sets that I predicted nicely, but others that I missed completely. Here is a summary...
There have been plenty of rumours and speculation about a new Harry Potter Collectable Minifigure (CMF) series 2 to come in 2020. It would be awesome if true, and in my excitement I created a "wish list" as per my post last year. In the last day, we have seen some more substantial rumours, for example as reported by The Brick Fan, suggesting an official reveal (should it be true) may come soon.
Already back in mid 2019, it was announced that after a relatively quiet 2019 for Brickheadz, the funko-pop style figures that was a major LEGO line in 2018, would return in 2020 with more releases. It was also noted that it would include licensed figures. As LEGO already has an active licence for Harry Potter LEGO, it would be obvious for them here in 2020 to add to the three sets we got in 2018. But which?
There has been plenty of rumours of an upcoming Harry Potter Collective Minifigure (CMF) Series 2 to be released in 2020. It will probably be a while before this can be confirmed, but here's a look at what figures such a series could include.
While the second wave of 2019 sets are still to hit the shelves, discussions about 2020 possible LEGO Harry Potter sets have already started. Early rumours last year were very inaccurate, so rather than talk about rumours, I here provide what sets I'd like to see and why. Are your favourites among them?
With no new Harry Potter sets revealed at the New York Toy Fair earlier this month, rumours of future sets are still thick. The previous list of five sets still seems both plausible and logical, and the potential Advent calendar could be totally awesome. Emerging photos of potential leaks of torso prints from the Yule … Continue reading Will Christmas bring some Yule ball magic – or return of the graveyard?
January and February are exciting months for LEGO lovers. Three major toy fairs worldwide are often used by LEGO to reveal upcoming sets, and last year we indeed saw the new Harry Potter sets during those, for instance as reported in 2018 by Brothers Brick. I've therefore with excitement been following the London Toy Fair … Continue reading 2019 Harry Potter sets rumour mill