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Formula One car, Marvel characters, Disney Snow White Cottage, Medieval Town Square, and more in the Toki Lego Digest for February 2024 

Discover the most anticipated sets, exciting updates, and everything you need to know about Lego this month.

Lego is a place where dreams take shape, one brick at a time. From classic sets reimagined to innovative collaborations, there’s always a treat for builders across all ages. Let’s look at what’s in store for fans and collectors in February 2024. 

1. Lego Icons McLaren MP4/4 & Ayrton Senna (10330): 

A good way to be remembered as a sporting legend is to stay unbeaten. McLaren is one of the most successful F1 race cars, and Lego has come up with a meticulously detailed, in-scale replica model of the legendary 1988 McLaren race car. Developed in collaboration with McLaren and the SENNA brand, the replica features working steering, rod suspension, an adjustable rear wing, slick tires, mirrors, a gearshift, and a detailed turbocharged V6 engine, plus a display stand and information plaque with interesting statistics. The Ayrton Senna minifigure has a podium-style display stand and an information plaque with an iconic Ayrton Senna quote and photo. 

The set has 693 pieces and will retail for $79.99. It is set to be released on March 1, 2024 

Lego Icons McLaren MP4/4 & Ayrton Senna
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2. Lego Ideas Dungeons & Dragons Dragon’s Keep Teaser: 

There’s a lot brewing on Lego’s social media account. As we know by now, Lego will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of Dungeons & Dragons, and as a precursor to that, it launched a Lego Ideas contest last year. By the looks of it, the winning set is going to have an official release. A teaser was recently showcased on their social media pages. The teaser video shows a skeleton minifigure inside the gelatinous cube, along with some other objects. It certainly managed to get people talking. Now, let’s wait for the official release. 

Lego Ideas Dungeons & Dragons Dragon’s Keep Teaser
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3. Lego Marvel Rocket & Baby Groot (76282):

Lego has been launching several smaller Marvel characters recently, and the Rocket & Baby Groot release is one of them. This authentically detailed, fully joined figure makes a great gift for Guardians of the Galaxy fans. The possible, buildable model captures the hero’s rebellious attitude and love of weapons. All joints (except the elbows) are movable for maximum play-and-display possibilities. The character holds a spring shooter and blaster in his hands. On his shoulder sits his cute companion, Baby Groot. 

Lego Marvel Rocket & Baby Groot
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4. Lego Disney Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ Cottage (43242):

The long-running partnership between Lego and Disney has led to amazing creations. But the Snow White series somehow hasn’t seen much launch. That changes with the launch of this new set. Like in the movie, the set begins with the wishing well, where Snow White sings of her hopes of finding true love. The collectible features an opening cottage with sleeping, dining, and music areas, a kitchen with a light brick (batteries for the light brick are inclusive) in the hearth to add a glow, and a forest scene with a glass casket. The set includes 10 well-known Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs characters, plus 6 Lego Disney animal figures. The set releases on the 4th of March. 

Lego Disney Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ Cottage
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5. Lego Icons Medieval Town Square (10332):

This premium-quality set reimagines the cherished 2009 Medieval Market Village playset with the village of Felsa, home to new stories and quaint buildings from a bygone era, including the old farmhouse, cheese factory, Broken Axes Inn, shieldsmith’s workshop, and the watchtower. The Medieval Town Square is twice the size of the original set, with 3,304 pieces, and will be available on March 4. 

Lego Icons Medieval Town Square
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