StoneWars reports that the new wave – first teased by Brickset in February – will consist entirely of 4+ sets, so don’t expect builds that are out of this world. The minifigures, on the other hand, may well be – at least in 10774 Mickey’s and Minnie’s Space Rocket, which is said to include both characters dressed ready for interstellar travel.
That’s not the only variant of Mickey and Minnie Mouse we can expect to see in this summer’s sets, however. Keep reading for the full list of LEGO Disney products rumoured to be arriving in June, along with their expected prices, piece counts and minifigure line-ups.
10772 Mickey’s Propeller Plane
This 59-piece set will apparently retail for €9.99, and includes Mickey Mouse in a pilot outfit, along with a classic red airplane.
10773 Minnie’s Ice Cream Parlor
Minnie Mouse dons a new yellow dress with white polka dots in this 100-piece ice cream parlour, which is said to be topped with a large pink bow. The €19.99 set is also thought to include Daisy Duck.
10774 Mickey’s and Minnie’s Space Rocket
This €19.99 set reportedly includes a blue rocket for the space-suited Mickey and Minnie to fly to distant worlds, along with a command bridge and a tiny brick-built alien, using just 88 pieces in total.
10775 Mickey’s & Donald’s Farm
Mickey is said to don a farmer getup for this rural model, which also includes a Donald Duck minifigure, tractor, horse, sheep and chicken, across 118 parts for €29.99.
10776 Mickey’s Fire Station and Fire Truck
The largest set of the line-up still comes in with a 4+ tag, representing those gateway models between DUPLO and System, but will retail for a not-inexpensive €49.99. For your money, you’ll get 144 pieces to build a fire station and truck (it’s in the name!), plus minifigures of Mickey and Minnie as firefighters, Goofy – who’s so far only appeared in 71044 Disney Train and Station – and Pluto.
All of these sets are rumoured to launch in June, and should provide a cheaper way to pick up some iconic Disney characters if nothing else. Just don’t put too much stock in them until they’re officially confirmed by the LEGO Group – we’ve been let down before.