That’s enough to see it over the line and into the second 2022 review, the qualifying period for which closes in September. At the moment, there are 39 projects in this review: four more than the second 2020 review, which for a time held the record for the most builds in a single round, and not dramatically far off the first 2021 review, which holds this particular crown with 57 projects in one review phase. We’ll need 19 more submissions to hit 10K, but with a month to go, anything’s possible.
LEGO Ideas user GenericStud presumably feels like that’s true, too, because their Ed and Edna’s Scrap Junkyard build has just become the 39th project in this review – despite being based on one of the LEGO Group’s longest-running themes. Conflicts with the current portfolio are usually a major barrier to seeing a LEGO Ideas project get the green light, and indeed the current guidelines include a long list of restricted IPs.
Those mostly only extend to third-party licences or real-world subjects, such as Architecture’s buildings – and that means projects based on the LEGO Group’s original themes, such as NINJAGO, are absolutely fair game. (It’s what’s allowed so many modular buildings, castles and so on to reach the review phase.) It doesn’t mean Ed and Edna’s Scrap Junkyard won’t run into the same issues of conflicting with a current theme, however.
We’ll find out for sure when the results of the second 2022 review are announced in 2023. For now, there’s still a month left for this list of 10K projects to grow even further, and perhaps surpass the first 2021 review.
Ed and Edna’s Scrap Junkyard
Garfield – 2-in-1
Heartstopper Charlie’s Room
The Treasury – Petra
The A-Team: I Love it When a Plan Comes Together
Golden Trumpet Tree With Park Bench
Gravity Falls – The Mystery Shack
The Great Wave off Kanagawa
The Old Train Engine Shed
Red London Telephone Box
Medieval Guarded Inn
Sikorsky S-70i Firehawk Cal Fire Edition
The Krusty Krab – Spongebob Squarepants
Traditional Japanese Village
University of Brickester
The Art Center
The World of Civil Engineering: Types of Bridges
LEGO Mushroom House
Working Polaroid Sun 600 LMS
Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Escher Room
Lisbon Tram (Elétrico De Lisboa)
Fishing in the Muddy Waters
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Auto Repair Garage 1930s
Motorized Steampunk Ship
Indiana Jones, Raiders Of The Lost Ark – 40th Anniversary
Lilo & Stitch: Beach House
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