The first stop at the 2017 New York Toy Fair was the Lego exclusive preview party. Lego invited Hi-Def Ninja into their booth to show off their upcoming 2017 sets including Star Wars, Ninjago, DC, Lego Batman Movie, Marvel, Ideas, Minecraft, Brick Headz, Boost, and more. They even revealed a massive Pirates of the Caribbean Silent Mary set.
Continuing the sets from the series, the Ninjago featured an assortment of sets, but the real prize was the Dragon’s Forge set which featured a Two-Headed Red and Blue Dragon.
Destiny’s Shadow Vermillion Invader Samurai VXL
Dawn of Iron Doom
Boost – Build Code Play
These sets allow you to control functions through the App, such as actually playing music with the guitar.
These sets are fan ideas that then get voted on and if popular enough, become sets!
The Waterfall Base The Ocean Monument
The Ice Spikes
The Witch Hut
The Nether Way
Marvel Super Heroes
I really enjoy the build of the Milano ship and it comes with a Baby Groot; can’t get better than that
ATM Heist Battle
Beware the Vulture
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
The Milano vs. The Abilisk
Avengers Captain America Jet Pursuit
Iron Man: Detroit Steel Strikes
Hulk vs. Red Hulk
DC Super Hero Girls
Batgirl Batjet Chase
Harley Quinn to the Rescue
Super Hero High School
Lashina Tank Bumblebee Helicopter
Harley Quinn Dorm
Wonder Woman Dorm
Batgirl Secret Bunker
Lena Luthor Kryptomite Factory
Eclipso Dark Palace
Lego Batman Movie
Rebel Trooper Battle Pack Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter
Duel on Naboo
The Phantom (love that this set comes with a Thrawn)
The Arrowhead – Mike’s Favorite Pick
First Order Transport Speeder Battle Pack
Republic Fighter Tank
Darth Vader Transformation
This will be an instant classic set as it features an iconic scene from Episode III.
Battle on Scarif
Pirates of the Caribbean Silent Mary
Last but not least, Lego debuted a massive (over 2200 Piece) Pirates of the Caribbean themed ship. The Silent Mary comes with a slew of minifigs and features. Also released with this line were PotC Brick Headz.
Sets that I am looking out for include the Lego Batman Movie Batwing (for the reasons listed above), the Silent Mary ship set (though at $199.95, it may be a bit out of my price range), and above all else, my favorite set that I saw, the Arrowhead (which at 775 pieces is just about the size I like).
There were some Lego Ninjago Movie as well as some DC sets, but unfortunately, Bad Cop was there watching over us to make sure we didn’t photograph it! Good Cop was nowhere to be found…
Thanks again to all the amazing people at Lego for hosting Hi-Def Ninja at the NY Toy Fair! We look forward to seeing continuing reveals for Lego Ninjago Movie, Star Wars Episode VIII, and more of the Pirates of the Caribbean Silent Mary sets.