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From the shadowy mist crawls the new wave of LEGOs spooky ghost hunter theme and it’s up to all AFOLs to figure out what scares them the most – planes, cars or roller coasters?
I’ve liked the idea of the LEGO Hidden Side theme ever since I saw it the first time. I’ve always been a big fan of Ghostbusters and the like. Even though I don’t find the new wave as appealing as the mast one, I had to make a top three of the sets I want most from the new 2020 wave!
3: 70430 Newbury Underground Station
Third place was really hard. An honorable mention is definitely 70432 Ghost Fair which looks interesting too. I think the underground station set has an interesting color scheme and the minifigs looks super cool. It’s probably the first time I’ve seen red and yellow ghosts in any LEGO set. The subject matter – the underground station – is ghostly indeed and I find something inherently haunting in old trees! As shall be seen in the next entry, I really like things that take place underground which is why this set is in third place!
2: 70427 Portal
This set has a great color scheme and I really like the fact that there’s a haunted worker too. Even though it’s called “Portal” it looks to me like it’s set in a sewer. And who doesn’t remember the classic scene from Ghostbusters 2 in the sewers of New York? All the slime pieces look great too! I’ve been interested in exploring the underground parts of a LEGO city for a while and this set could put me on the right track!
1: 70431 Lighthouse of Darkness
Of course I had to put the lighthouse on first place. As a location, the lighthouse seems naturally haunting. There’s some great iconography connected to lighthouses and I can only applaud that LEGO has carried much of that in this. I’m reminded of movies like “The Mist” which can never be bad for a spooky LEGO set!
I find the new 2020 wave to be a little less appealing that the first wave. Mainly because sets like 70428 and 70429 seem overly bright and colorful. The strength of the first wave was definitely the subdued colors which really underlined the spooky atmosphere. But, all in all, the three sets above I will definitely consider buying once sale-season comes around next year.
What’s your top three of the new Hidden Side sets? Let me know in the comments!
LEGO 70418 J. B’s Ghost Lab is a LEGO set in the Hidden Side theme. It’s a laboratory with a a funky ghost machine – it’s a Ghost lab! It’s got some awesome minifigs and a very cool ghost dog! I’ve really been looking forward to building this cool LEGO set!! Join me as I build this LEGO Houseboat in in this LEGO Livestream!
LEGO 70419 Wrecked Shrimp Boat is a Hidden Side LEGO set. It’s a horror inspired set with a boat, a kayak and a bunch of minifigs! I’ve really been looking forward to building this cool LEGO set. I’m also looking forward to testing the APP that accompanies the sets! Join me as I build this horror-ful LEGO Boat in in this LEGO Livestream!