New October LEGO sets: Nintendo, Winter Village, Ideas, more
We’re now in the last three months of 2021, and October will provide quite a few notable new LEGO sets. While not as packed as some of the other fall waves, there is still a collection of pressure-catching designs. Ranging from the latest Nintendo and LEGO ideas to this year’s Creator Winter Village set, you’ll want to head below for all of the new sets releasing in October.
After seeing this year’s biggest batch of new creations land last month, we’re now back to take a look at all the new LEGO sets for September. You’ll definitely want to check out all the other new 2021 releases so far in our previous coverage of the January, March, April, and June waves, but for now it’s time to sift through all the releases that have come in. be published. .
Ranging from the latest LEGO ideas and new Nintendo collaborations to some of the year’s biggest creations and more, you can check out the entire collection here, or keep reading as we break down the best of what’s available now at Lego.
New LEGO sets for October
Starting things off for October, the most notable creations for many will certainly drop in the latest iteration of the ongoing Nintendo and LEGO collaboration. Offering the biggest Super Mario set of the year, the new Question Block stands over 7 inches tall and is made up of 2,064 pieces.
Although its display value does not end there. Inside the LEGO Question Block is packaged with some reminders to Super Mario 64. Inside there are small thumbnails that come out of various compartments in order to provide recreations of the game’s levels. Ranging from Peach’s Castle to the iconic battleground of Bob-omb, Cool, Cool Mountain and more, these inclusions give Nintendo fans some extra action to put together.
The LEGO Mario question block is now available for $ 169.99 and you can take a closer look in our launch coverage. Or just go get this one now and put it together yourself to avoid Easter Eggs.
While fans wait for Home Alone House to debut as the holiday season approaches, October actually sees the unveiling of the latest set of LEGO Ideas. Offering a music icon in brick form, the new Fender Stratocaster guitar is the result of a fan-voted contest.
The 1,047-piece build stands over 14 inches tall and includes pieces to swap the body between red and black patterns. An included amp completes the set with a guitar stand and plenty of authentic details. Exclusively LEGO Shop, this one enters $ 99.99 and you can get a closer look at what to expect in our launch coverage.
And speaking of LEGO Ideas, October also sees the launch of Queer Eye’s 974-piece loft. The set debuts for $ 99.99, and you can read all of the inclusions in our launch coverage for more details.
On the DC side, October sees the debut of a new minifigure-scale Batman Tumbler. It’s not the UCS-styled version of the iconic Batman vehicle that will arrive later in the year, but still so exciting for Caped Crusader fans.
Assembling Batman’s garage release from the Dark Knight Trilogy, this 422-piece tumbler has all of the basics you’d expect from the unique design. There’s also Batman himself included alongside a new version of Scarecrow. Dive into our launch coverage for all the details, then go bookmark this one for yourself at $ 39.99.
The Batman action also continues with a new addition to the buildable line of helmets. Assembling the hero’s hood from the classic Batman TV series, the 372-piece creation comes with a display stand and plaque for better displayability. He enters with a $ 59.99 price tag.
Earlier this summer, we saw the launch of the LEGO Infinity Saga Collection with a series of sets recreating iconic moments from across the MCU. Now for October there is a set that completes the collection. The $ 39.99 Sanctuary II isn’t the biggest build in the wave, but comes with a unique build and 322 pieces. Not to mention three new Iron Man, Captain Marvel and Thanos minifigures.
Arguably one of the most anticipated creations of the year is now available for purchase with the arrival of October, as the 2021 annual LEGO Winter Village set has arrived. Santa’s Visit assembles a snow-covered house adorned with a festive decor inside and out. There are four figures included, including the merry old Saint Nicholas himself for $ 99.99. Just be sure to go and get the details here.
And if the festive action of the Winter Village set was not enough, October sees the release of a suitable complementary kit. The new 343-piece Santa’s sleigh arrives with four of the hard-to-find reindeer alongside a sleek version of the gift giver’s signature ride. Although you can get a closer look at the full build in our ad coverage. He enters with a $ 36.99 price tag and pairs perfectly with the Arrival of Santa Claus set.
Along with all the new LEGO sets available today, October also marks Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary. As we previously reported, the LEGO Group will jump into the action with a festive recreation of a park landmark.
While we have seen a more massive version, the new Mini Disney Castle arrives with 567 pieces. Offering a design almost outside the architectural theme, the set has a lot of detail despite its small size. There’s also a Mickey Mouse figure wearing a tuxedo that was once exclusive to the Disney train and station. It points to $ 34.99, and like all other new LEGO sets for October, is now available for purchase.
While there isn’t much of the LEGO Technic theme coming in October, the new sets will continue to be a pretty neat addition to the lineup. The Ford F-150 Raptor sports a sleek orange color scheme and stacks up to 1,379 pieces. At $ 99.99 Price, this brick-built vehicle is over 16 inches long and comes with massive tires to complete the off-road look.
The LEGO Creator theme also continues with the focus on the vehicle, this time old-fashioned with a retro pickup truck. This 1,677-piece model is the latest Creator vehicle and comes with a detailed engine, opening doors, and rear railings. It is now available for $ 129.99, and our launch coverage gives you a deeper insight.
And to complement all of the new LEGO sets for October, the latest City Collection is hitting stores. Packed with adrenaline pumping action of various tricks, the aptly named City Stuntz range includes ten different creations. You can see them all featured before, or just get the full scoop in our previous coverage.
- Waterfall show arena: $ 99.99 | 668 pieces
- Stunt Show Truck: $ 69.99 | 420 pieces
- Waterfalls park: $ 39.99 | 170 pieces
- Stunt competition: $ 29.99 | 73 pieces
- Freestyle bike with wheels: $ 7.99 | 14 pieces
- Rocket Stunt Bike: $ 7.99 | 14 pieces
- Freestyle selfie bike: $ 7.99 | 14 pieces
- Fire stunt bike: $ 7.99 | 11 pieces
- Stunt bike with chicken: $ 7.99 | 10 pieces
- Demolition stunt bike: $ 7.99 | 12 pieces
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