LEGO is the king of the construction block category, and it’s doubtful anyone will ever be able to unseat them at this point.
At Toy Fair 2020 the company showed us the first half of its product line for 2020, and there are more than enough sets coming to keep any LEGO fanatic satisfied.
We’re going to kick off with the licensed products – and we’re going to be blunt, the LEGO booth is always the most challenging to photograph in due to the way they light their booth. You can see a nice selection of new sets coming up for Disney including the Storybook Collection which is built around the idea of being a self-contained set you can take with you on the go.
There are numerous new Star Wars sets on the way including the Mandalorian’s ship, the Razor Crest. And, yes, the set will contain a teeny, tiny, Baby Yoda.
We still find it difficult to believe how much the Minecraft product line has grown since originally being a LEGO Idea project all those years ago, but the product line is still going.
Outside of licensed products, LEGO continues to have numerous original product lines. There is even a new one coming this year called DOTS which will you to make your own LEGO inspired wearable jewelry. You will be able to buy themed sets such as pets or emojis that allows you to customize it even further.
The Friends line will expand with multiple new sets including ones similar to the Storybook ones from Disney. You’ll be able to build your set and then close it up to take with you. You can also stack them if you like to build a Friends apartment system if you like.
Hidden Side – which we enjoyed when we checked it out last year – is getting six new sets that further expand the haunted nature of this new tiny LEGO town.
As always, the LEGO City will be expanding with multiple new sets, making you wonder just how large this metropolis is. This year there will be a heavy focus on adding animals, especially of the pet variety.
Wrapping things up, Ninjago continues to expand, and this year the television series will be adding a video game element that will carry over to the toy line as well.
It really is a LEGO world and we’re all just living in it.