It’s practically the single biggest launch day of the year in the US, so here’s a complete list of every single LEGO set arriving on shelves today, August 1.
While a good chunk of these sets have been available in other territories – including the UK and Europe – since June 1, the whims of retailers in the US mean fans stateside have been forced to play the waiting game. Your patience is finally now rewarded, though, as the summer waves of Marvel, Harry Potter, NINJAGO, Minecraft and more sets are available to order at last.
Browse the full list below, along with links to our reviews of each set. Hitting any of the product links will take you to the corresponding set at LEGO.com. If you choose to go on and make a purchase, you’ll help support the work that Brick Fanatics does, like bringing you these comprehensive lists. Thank you!
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10220 Volkswagen T1 Camper Van’s retirement after almost a decade on shelves marked the end of an era in 2020, but the LEGO Group has already plugged that gap in its portfolio with the vehicle’s real-life successor.
It’s another bumper crop of Creator 3-in-1 sets, headlined by the very impressive 31120 Medieval Castle – which further reiterates the LEGO Group’s stance that the alt-build theme is the new home of its retro lines.
10772 Mickey Mouse’s Propeller Plane
10773 Minnie Mouse’s Ice Cream Shop
10774 Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse’s Space Rocket
10775 Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck’s Farm
10776 Mickey & Friends Fire Truck & Station
43194 Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Wonderland
43196 Belle and the Beast’s Castle
At 1,040 pieces for just $19.99, 41935 Lots of DOTS is the pick of the bunch here. The rhyming set name is just the icing on the cake.
Refusing to be pigeonholed, this summer’s Friends sets once again run the gamut, from a magical funfair and forest getaways to a school, hotel and a brand new wave of cubes.
41441 Horse Training and Trailer
41667 Olivia’s Gaming Cube
41668 Emma’s Fashion Cube
41669 Mia’s Soccer Cube
41670 Stephanie’s Ballet Cube
41671 Andrea’s Swimming Cube
41677 Forest Waterfall
41679 Forest House
41681 Forest Camper Van and Sailboat
41682 Heartlake City School
41683 Forest Horseback Riding Center
41684 Heartlake City Grand Hotel
41685 Magical Funfair Roller Coaster
41686 Magical Acrobatics
41687 Magical Funfair Stalls
41688 Magical Caravan
41689 Magical Ferris Wheel and Slide
41693 Surfer Beachfront
The LEGO Group is celebrating the boy wizard’s 20th anniversary with a brand new, modular take on Hogwarts, along with a range of exclusive golden minifigures and collectible wizard cards.
76386 Hogwarts Polyjuice Potion Mistake | review
76387 Hogwarts Fluffy Encounter | review
76388 Hogsmeade Village Visit | review
76389 Hogwarts Chamber of Secrets | review
76392 Hogwarts Wizard’s Chess
73693 Harry Potter & Hermione Granger | review
73694 Fawkes, Dumbledore’s Phoenix | review
76395 Hogwarts First Flying Lesson | review
After a couple of weeks on VIP early access, the set about nothing finally gets a wide release in August, which means you can now pick it up regardless of whether you’re part of the LEGO Group’s loyalty program.
The Infinity Saga wave finally lands on US shelves today, two months after the rest of the world. LEGO Marvel isn’t just looking back, though: it’s also looking forward, and like Disney+, asking What If…?
76186 Black Panther Dragon Flyer
76189 Captain America and Hydra Face-Off
76190 Iron Man: Iron Monger Mayhem
76191 Infinity Gauntlet | review
76192 Avengers: Endgame Final Battle
76193 The Guardians’ Ship | review
76194 Tony Stark’s Sakaarian Iron Man
76200 Bro Thor’s New Asgard
76201 Captain Carter & The Hydra Stomper | review
Five new Minecraft sets ensure this evergreen theme isn’t going anywhere for the foreseeable future, with plenty to tempt fans of the blocky video game to embrace the natural similarities between the two brands.
The ninja are heading down to the briny depths for this summer’s Seabound sets, which include a brand new submarine spin on the classic Destiny’s Bounty.
71734 Kai’s Blade Cycle
71739 Ultra Sonic Raider
71749 Final Flight of Destiny’s Bounty
71750 Lloyd’s Hydro Mech
71752 Ninja Sub Speeder
71753 Fire Dragon Attack
71754 Water Dragon
71755 Temple of the Endless Sea
71756 Hydro Bounty
A pair of Halloween-inspired sets land on shelves in August, giving you plenty of time to stock up ahead of the big day.
With Star Wars movies on hold for the foreseeable future, summer 2021 marks the reign of LEGO sets inspired by Disney+ TV shows. A couple of 18+ sets still tip the LEGO Group’s collective hat to the Skywalker Saga, though.
75296 Darth Vader Meditation Chamber
75309 Republic Gunship | review
75310 Duel on Mandalore | review
75311 Imperial Armored Marauder | review
75312 Boba Fett’s Starship | review
75314 The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle | review
75315 Imperial Light Cruiser | review
75316 Mandalorian Starfighter | review
It’s-a me, Luigi! The lesser-spotted Mario Bro joins the LEGO Super Mario line-up, bringing a brand new digital figure and a multiplayer experience to the interactive, buildable video game.
71387 Adventures with Luigi Starter Course
71388 Boss Sumo Bro Topple Tower Expansion Set
71389 Lakitu Sky World Expansion Set
71390 Reznor Knockdown Expansion Set
71391 Bowser’s Airship Expansion Set
71392 Frog Mario Power-Up Pack
71393 Bee Mario Power-Up Pack
71394 Character Packs – Series 3
Two huge new Technic sets are driving on to the scene – one with pneumatics, and one powered by CONTROL+. They’re leagues apart in price, but offer very different packages.
The theme may be about to go on temporary hiatus until 2023, but the LEGO Group still has a full wave of sets to shift. Fortunately, these (mostly) include an actual build experience, so there’s plenty of reason to dive in.
43109 Metal Dragon BeatBox | review
43110 Folk Fairy BeatBox | review
43111 Candy Castle Stage | review
43112 Robo HipHop Car | review
43113 K-Pawp Concert | review
43114 Punk Pirate Ship | review
43115 The Boombox | review
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