LEGO NINJAGO summer 2019 set rumours

Following the new

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reveals at International Toy Fair, Brick Fanatics has received information suggesting what else the theme may have in store.

Six new LEGO NINJAGO sets have been officially announced by the LEGO Group for this summer, each with a European RRP:

70671 Attack of the Ice Samurai – €14.99
70672 Cole’s Off-Road Bike – €19.99
70674 Fire Snake – €44.99
70676 Lloyd’s Titanium Mech – €69.99
70677 Desert Glider – €129.99
70678 The Fortress in Ice-Cold Ice – €99.99

According to information received by Brick Fanatics, 70678 will be known as Castle of the Forsaken Emperor in the UK – and possibly in other territories too.

Brick Fanatics has also received a list of sets, along with expected UK prices, that are rumoured to be coming alongside those listed above on June 1:

70681 Spinjitzu Slam – Lloyd – £8.99
70682 Spinjitzu Slam – Jay – £8.99
70683 Spinjitzu Slam – Zane – £8.99
70684 Spinjitzu Slam – Kai vs. Samurai – £17.99
70673 ShuriCopter – £24.99

– £44.99

While four are clearly spinner based sets, two are “proper”

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set releases. The wave is expected to be themed around a storyline in which Zane becomes the Ice Emperor. Knowing the twisting, turning
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storyline, it will be full of drama and plenty of surprises.

All rumoured information should be treated as such until official announcements are made by the

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Yesterday, the new LEGO Star Wars sets that will celebrate the theme’s 20th anniversary were revealed and new sets based on Star Wars Resistance were announced. Summer sets for other themes were confirmed too, including The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, LEGO DC Super Heroes, LEGO Technic, LEGO Friends, LEGO Creator and LEGO City.

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Graham was the Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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