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The LEGO Jurassic Park set 76956 T. rex Breakout (99.99 €) went almost instantly out of stock as soon as it was launched on April 17 with the somewhat vague promise from the manufacturer to deliver orders within 60 days. The disappointed fans of not being able to obtain a copy of it had not failed to express their annoyance and we understand them.
This provisional deadline has been readjusted today, the shipment is now promised for April 28th. Much ado about nothing so following this temporary change in the restocking period, the product will be available quickly enough for those who could not get it on D-Day to be able to get it quickly without paying more for it elsewhere.
The promised deadline will undoubtedly be postponed again in the coming days, but those who do not hesitate to pre-order restocked products know that LEGO often delivers anyway well before the promised date on the official online store.
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Notice to all those who like to get all the products from a range they like: in addition to the new features of the LEGO Jurassic World range available since April 17, there is also a polybag bearing the reference 30390 Dinosaur Market.
This bag, which has nothing exclusive to offer, is currently on sale for €3.99. at JB Spielwaren, it should soon appear on Bricklink.
The torso is that of Harry Potter, Zach Mitchell or Bernie the taxi driver, the head is that of Marty McFly, Han Solo, Steve Rogers or even Cedric Diggory, the piece of amber with the mosquito has been available since 2020 and the baby dinosaur has been delivered in half a dozen boxes since 2018.
It's April 17, 2022 and LEGO is marketing a large handful of new sets from the Jurassic Park / Jurassic World range on its official online store as planned. As far as I'm concerned, I'll settle for a copy of the exhibition set 76956 T. rex Breakout, the rest leaves me unmoved despite the presence of some pretty plastic dinosaurs in some of the other boxes.
As usual, it's up to you to see whether to crack without waiting by paying the full price for these boxes or whether to show a little patience and wait for the inevitable reductions that will be offered in the boxes. weeks and months to come at Amazon, on FNAC.com and at a few other resellers.
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Note: the and 76956 T. rex Breakout (99.99 €) is already out of stock at LEGO with a restock announced within 60 days, but it is available elsewhere.
It is the German sign BrickXtreme who draws the first and offers us a complete gallery of visuals of the LEGO Jurassic World set 76949 Giganotosaurus & Therizinosaurus Attack, a box of 810 pieces expected for April 17 at the retail price of €129.99.
For 130 €, this product derived from the film Jurassic World Dominion will allow us to build a lab, an observation tower, a quad and a helicopter, to obtain six minifigs with Alan Grant, Ellie Slatter, Owen Grady, Claire Dearing, Kayla Watts and Dr. Henry Wu, and to add two new dinosaurs to our shelves. For those who are wondering, these two dinos with a little strange names are not inventions of the film, the two species did exist.
The product is not yet listed on the official LEGO store, it will probably be in the next few days.
On the sidelines of two sets already unveiled a few days ago we will be treated to seven more LEGO merchandise from the film Jurassic World Dominion expected in theaters in June 2022. The manufacturer is therefore putting the package on the license this year with a dozen boxes including the DUPLO reference planned after a 2021 wave which was content with four products derived from the animated series Jurassic World: Cretaceous Camp (Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous) aired on Netflix and a wave of 2020 that limply surfs on the broadcast of the animated series LEGO Jurassic World: Legend of Isla Nublar with four boxes.
Back to the cinema this year with new dinos, minifigs inspired by the characters of the film and as usual various and varied vehicles to accompany it all. As for the characters, the three boxes unveiled by LEGO today confirm that Owen Grady (Chris Pratt), Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), Kayla Watts, Rainn Delacourt, Soyona Santos and Maisie Lockwood will be on the menu. On the dinosaur side, fans will have on hand the Velociraptors Blue and Beta, a Quetzacoatlus, a T.rex and an Atrociraptor in these three sets.
According to the descriptions provided by LEGO, the other boxes that will probably be put online quickly on the official store will collect a Pteranodon, Owen Grady and Maisie (76943), a T. rex, Owen Grady, Zia Rodriguez and a guard (76944), Owen Grady, Rainn Delacourt and an Atrociraptor (76945), a Triceratops, a Pteranodon, a Brachiosaurus and Claire Dearing (DUPLO 10938).
Availability of this large handful of sets scheduled for April 17, 2022.
Update : the sets are now all online on the Shop (links above).
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