Those are just two of several direct-to-consumer sets launching at LEGO.com and in LEGO Stores today, alongside a bunch of regular retail sets in what’s shaping up to already be a massive month in the LEGO calendar.
Dive into the full list below, which also includes links to our reviews (where available) to help you make the most of your LEGO budget in October.
LEGO for Adults
60293 Stunt Park
60294 Stunt Show Truck
60295 Stunt Show Arena
60296 Wheelie Stunt Bike
60297 Demolition Stunt Bike
60298 Rocket Stunt Bike
60299 Stunt Competition
60309 Selfie Stunt Bike
60310 Chicken Stunt Bike
60311 Fire Stunt Bike
A smaller version of 2016’s 71040 The Disney Castle offers a more affordable and accessible way to display your love of Magic Kingdom, complete with an exclusive Mickey Mouse minifigure.
76145 Eternals’ Aerial Assault
76154 Deviant Ambush!
76155 In Arishem’s Shadow
76156 Rise of the Domo
76184 Spider-Man vs. Mysterio’s Drone Attack
76185 Spider-Man at the Sanctum Workshop
76195 Spider-Man’s Drone Duel
76237 Sanctuary II: Endgame Battle
Christmas is just around the corner (yes it is, don’t try to fight it), and this year’s Seasonal sets are headlined by the superb 40499 Santa’s Sleigh. Expect that one to sell out very quickly.
LEGO Super Mario
It’s big, it’s yellow, it’s very expensive: we can only be talking about the latest LEGO Technic set, which weighs in at a whopping 3,854 parts and is packed with CONTROL+ functions. Plus, the first Technic Ford!
Originally rumoured to be cancelled altogether, the second series of blind-boxed Bandmates minifigures are now available to order in most regions LEGO.com serves.