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42044 Display Team Jet
42045 Hydroplane Racer
42046 Getaway Racer
42047 Police Interceptor
42048 Race Kart
42049 Mine Loader
42050 Drag Racer
42051 (unknown - may not be used?)
42052 Heavy Lift Helicopter
42053 Volvo EW 160E
42054 CLAAS XERION 5000 TRAC VC
42055 Bucket Wheel Excavator
31040 Desert Racers
31041 Construction Vehicles
31042 Super Soarer
31043 Chopper Transporter
31044 Park Animals
31045 Ocean Explorer
31046 Fast Car
31047 Propeller Plane
31048 Lakeside Lodge
31049 (unknown - may not be used?)
31050 Corner Deli
#31040 Desert Racers
#31041 Construction Vehicles
#31042 Super Soarer
#31043 Chopper Transporter
#31044 Park Animals
#31045 Ocean Explorer
#31046 Fast Car
#31047 Propeller Plane
#31048 Lakeside Lodge
#31050 Corner Deli
Also, the Dimensions numbers suggest Harry Potter and... wait for it... The A-Team.
Lego Mr T!
Nice. Doubt you can get him on no plane though ;-)
[List removed at LEGO's request -- Huw]
We did know some of this from the Amazon.de leak a month or so ago, but LEGO requested that we remove it from the database.
Dimensions is new though - looks like Teen Titans GO!, Adventure Time,
And although I do occasionally frequent Eurobricks, I certainly wasn't going to hunting through multiple forums looking for that info, on the off-chance it may be there ;)
Star Wars Microfighters
I wonder if they just removed all the current ones, or actually changed their procedures so that forthcoming sets never get put on like that again?
If true it would seem they're really attempting a 'catch-all' approarch to the game. Releasing as many properties as possible so they're at least one that appeals to everybody.
ps. Love the A-Team, would go mad for Dukes of Hazzard as well.
Seeing as a lot of the properties are coming from stuff Warner Bros owns I thought I'd see if I could glean any clues...
Problem was Warner Bros seems to own half the entertainment world.
As Paperballpark said, Minecraft sometimes gets a bad rep with AFOLs but, personally, I think it's fantastic for building landscape and cave / dungeon dioramas, which I enjoy greatly. The only one so far that I don't think is excellent is The Ender Dragon, apart from the dragon itself, which is a nice build (IMHO).
Anyway, roll on 2016 and new sets of all kinds! :-)
We already have the descriptions, of course:
The microfig sets were ending, with the retirement of #21107 The End, soon after the release of the first minifig sets.
Also, having done a forest, a village, The Nether and The End, I'm not sure what they could do next. I'm not sure a desert would be particularly interesting, for example! ;-)
Anyway, back to the thread in hand, and without unhelpful interruptions... :-P
If the next generation is of any indication where Lego may be going with this series, I will venture to say these should be the last of them.
Of the Lego builders in my class, only a handful build the Minecraft sets.
Of the Minecraft players in my class, most are moving to Roblox and/or Terraria.
I think the interest is waning with the younger generation for Minecraft toys.
Which is interesting why Lego would do a Angry Birds set! It's so outdated!
You may well be right that the 2016 sets may be the last iteration, but they can't be doing too badly for TLG to have some sets planned for 2016 in the first place. If the theme wasn't successful enough, they could probably easily pull it and only lose the development time on the upcoming sets.
I am just hoping that we finally get a village and villagers, before the theme does end. Perhaps there might be something in those, as yet, unnamed sets, #21127 and #21128.