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    After about a week of teaser images and videos, early in the wee hours this morning (at least for those of us in North America) a new post was published on the LEGO Ideas blog featuring the full video unveiling of LEGO Ideas set #007, 21109 “Exo-Suit”:

    Featuring a female and male astronaut, each in green spacesuits (for the first time ever) as well as one of Peter Reid’s signature M364 “Turtle” robots in addition to the Exo-Suit itself, this is the first-ever LEGO Ideas set produced that is completely free of intellectual property. All other sets that have previously been produced are based on either real-world scientific exploration craft, a video game or a movie.

    No other details are yet available, but speculation is that the price will be $34.99/£29.99. Brickset also has an image taken from the revised instructions for 21108 “Ghostbusters” that inadvertently revealed the design.

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    A year ago, when we first got a glimpse of the first-ever image of a set based on the forthcoming “The LEGO Movie”, the collective AFOL community stood with jaws unhinged, thinking “What in the heck could this movie possibly be about???” and also “That set looks awesome!!!”

    Well, in the intervening months, The LEGO Movie may have come and gone from theaters and then been released on DVD, but the related tie-in LEGO sets are still readily available on store shelves as well as on LEGO Shop@Home. One of the sets we’ve yet to review is actually the one that accompanied the initial press release, what we came to know as 70808 “Super Cycle Chase”. It really was a perfect introduction to the movie, featuring the two main characters in a crazy, obviously cobbled-together, enormous motorcycle and an over-sized, militarized police truck driven by robots!

    Read more in the LEGO Reviews forum and let us know what you think!

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    USA Target Summer 2014 LEGO Clearance

    Happy Independence Day America! While it is a holiday, you may wish to head on over to Target as their Summer LEGO clearance has begun (for most stores) and many of them are quite good. 50% off deals tend to go away quite fast so don’t miss out. There are a lot more deals than the ones listed below so check your local store for details. Deals can vary depending on your location.

    50% off LEGO Clearance

    • Most LEGO Chima sets
    • Castle Dragon Mountain
    • Super Heroes Battle of Smallville
    • Star Wars Millennium Falcon
    • Star Wars Duel on Geonosis
    • Star Wars Republic Gunship

    30% off LEGO Clearance

    • Creator Mountain Hut
    • Movie Castle Cavalry
    • Star Wars Wing
    • Star Wars Mandalorian Speeder
    • Star Wars Corporate Alliance Tank Droid
    • Star Wars Homing Spider Droid

    Thanks to forum members sydra, brickster90, cuse and JustBrickin for the reports!

    The LEGO Movie Lord Business' Evil Lair 70809 - Toysnbricks

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    Forum member wintersun informs us that previously reduced 30% off LEGO Clearance items at Target Canada stores are now down to 50% off. Items that were previously 50% off did not get any further markdowns as most of these items are already sold out. They also have LEGO Count Dooku Duel on Geonosis for 50% off as well (previously 30% off) which we didn’t mention last time. Use your Red Card or Target MasterCard to save an additional 5% off.

    If you purchased these items previously for 30% off, you may be able to get a price adjustment at Customer Service.

    50% off Clearance Items (previously 30% off)

    • Star Wars Republic Gunship (reg.$149.99)
    • Star Wars Jabba’s Sail Barge (reg.$149.99)
    • Lord of the Rings Pirate Ship Ambush (reg.$129.99)
    • Star Wars AT-TE (reg.$119.99)
    • Star Wars Jek-14 Starfighter (reg.$89.99)
    • Super Heroes Ironman Malibu Mansion Attack (reg.$49.99)
    • Star Wars Homing Spider Droid (reg.$39.99)

    Old 50% off Clearance Items (no further markdowns, most likely all sold out now)

    • 50% off – Cragger’s Command Ship $49.99 (reg.$99.99).
    • 50% off – Chima Worriz Combat Lair $44.99 (reg.$89.99)
    • 50% off – Hobbit Unexpected Gathering $42.49 (reg.$84.99)
    • 50% off – Lord of the Rings Battle at the Black Gate $37.49 (reg.$74.99)
    • 50% off – Super Heroes Superman Battle of Smallville $29.99 (reg.$59.99)
    • 50% off – Chima Gorzan Gorilla Striker $29.99 (reg.$59.99)
    • 50% off – Ninjago Garmatron $24.99 (reg.$49.99)
    • 50% off – Chima Ultrabuild CHI Cragger & Other Assorted Chima Ultrabuilds $9.99 (reg.$19.99)
    • 50% off – Star Wars Republic Troopers vs Sith Troopers $7.99 (reg.$15.99)
    • 50% off – Star Wars Clone Troopers vs. Droidekas $7.99 (reg.$15.99)

    LEGO Star Wars Homing Spider Droid 75016 - Toysnbricks

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    Peter “Legoloverman” Reid has uploaded a final teaser image to Flickr in preparation of the unveiling of LEGO Ideas set #007 – 21109 “Exo-Suit”, with the message “More information in twelve hours”:

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    If your shopping at Wal-Mart stores in America, be advise that some of their LEGO clearance prices aren’t really a “clearance” price that we’re expecting. Staff vynsane has snapped a picture showing LEGO Hobbit 79010 The Goblin King Battle on clearance for $99 when the regular price is $99.97. I guess $1 is still some sort of savings as you can still treat yourself to a McDouble Sandwich at McDonald’s.

    Walmart USA LEGO Clearance Deals July 2014

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    For 3 days only from July 3-5, Toys R Us America will be having a sale where you can get 2 Simpsons LEGO Minifigures for only $5. Regular price for these minifigures are $3.99 so that’s savings of 37.5% off. Considering that LEGO Simpsons Minifigures are so highly priced, this is actually a pretty good deal when you compare it with their MSRP. Only catch is that your only limited to 2 offers per customer so that’s only 4 minifigures.

    Thanks to forum member blarghiflargh for the heads up.

    LEGO Simpsons Minifigures ToysRUs July 2014 Sale USA

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    You can now vote for who you thought was the most helpful in the LEGO forum. Voting starts now and closes on July 7, 2014 at 21:00 PST.

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