Marge and Lisa Simpson are the latest The Simpsons characters to have their images leak out onto the internet. Much like other LEGO The Simpsons minifigures, Marge and Lisa feature a molded head. While the above and below pictured figures do not feature the orignal legs the figures will have, the torsos seem to match the attire from the The Simpsons cartoon series.
Expect to see the figures available soon in their respective sets sometime in 2014.
Source: The Brick Fan
LEGO stores throughout the United States and Canada will be offering up an opportunity for younger builders to make a Holiday themed Rocking Horse. LEGO will be hosting the build in its North American stores starting at 5 PM on December 3rd. The set will be free of charge, but only while supplies last. But even if you do not get a chance to make one yourself, it is good to know that LEGO is getting into the Holiday spirit!
The LEGO The Hobbit theme now has two more polybag sets to call its own. The two new sets are Legolas Greenleaf 30215 (pictured above) and Lake-town Guard 30216 (pictured below). While both sets are expected to be avilable in January, the Lake-town Guard polybag has already been sighted at Toys R Us.
John Deere is world renowned for its tractors and farm equipment. Despite its agricultural roots, the company has a diverse legion of fans who no doubt may enjoy a new line of Mega Bloks construction sets featuring a variety of farm equipment. Aside from the above pictured John Deere Tractor, other sets include a Bale Transport Unit and a Seeding Crew. For more information, check out the John Deere Mega Bloks official product page.
Source: Mega Bloks Blog
Pictures of what appear to be a Homer Simpson LEGO Minifigure have appeared on eBay. The figure is said to be part of the 13th series of Collectible Minifigures which will feature characters entirely based on those from The Simpsons TV show.
This particular figure of Homer Simpson is based upon his role as a Nuclear Safety Inspector at Springfield’s (home of The Simpsons family) Nuclear power plant. Expect to see the above figure and The Simpsons LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series either in the April or May of 2014.
Source: Bricks and Blocks