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Here are the 51 LEGO Ideas going into the second 2022 LEGO Ideas Review

A remarkable 51 LEGO Ideas projects have made the cut for the Second 2022 Review round, with results coming in early 2023.

51 is a huge number, and comes very close to the record-setting 57 product ideas in May 2021, which was the biggest round yet.

Check out all the successful projects below, which have successfully gained 10,000 votes to be in the running.

Personally, I’m hoping for THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS, TRADITIONAL JAPANESE VILLAGE,  ARMADA PORT and of course BLUEY! to make the cut.

Which ones are your favourite from this round?

We also have a date to find out the decision of the next Review Results round, from First 2022 LEGO Review, which we’ll find out sometime in Autumn 2022, a slight delay from Summer 2022 where the results were originally meant to be communicated.

Really hope we get the Polaroid or Steampunk Airship!

Second 2022 LEGO Ideas Review – Complete List

1. LILO & STITCH: BEACH HOUSE by ItsABricksLife626

2. INDIANA JONES, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK – 40TH ANNIVERSARY by Tvrulesmylife

3. MOTORIZED STEAMPUNK SKYSHIP by Castor-Troy & Max Brich

4. AUTO REPAIR GARAGE 1930S by legoceo

5. ESCAPE GAME: CARTER’S SECRET by BRICK PROJECT

6. FISHING IN MUDDY WATERS by Ralf Ranghaal

7. LISBON TRAM (ELÉTRICO DE LISBOA) by Ezequiel Alabaça

8. MEDIEVAL ALCHEMIST by _MrB_

9. WORKING ORRERY by Lego_Monkey

10. JIM HENSON’S LABYRINTH: ESCHER ROOM by ColonelAttentiveCandy

11. WORKING POLAROID SUN 600 LMS by JulienG12

12. LEGO MUSHROOM HOUSE by JonasKramm

13. THE ART CENTER by Lepralego

14. THE WORLD OF CIVIL ENGINEERING: TYPES OF BRIDGES by MOCingbird

15. UNIVERSITY OF BRICKESTER by Lepralego

16. TUSCAN VILLA by Galaxy333

17. TRADITIONAL JAPANESE VILLAGE by DnA Bricks

18. THE KRUSTY KRAB – SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS by Lanko

19. VIKING VILLAGE by BrickHammer

20. SIKORSKY S-70I FIREHAWK CAL FIRE EDITION by Slekk024

21. MEDIEVAL GUARDED INN by xXgGhostXx

22. TASKMASTER by SJs Workshop

23. SKI CHALET by JKBrickworks

24. RED LONDON TELEPHONE BOX by Bricked1980

25. WITCH HOUSE by Castor-Troy & Max Brich

26. TERRARIA by JaoGosma

27. THE OLD TRAIN ENGINE SHED by Mind the Brick

28. THE GREAT WAVE OFF KANAGAWA by LEGOverwatch

29. THE A-TEAM: I LOVE IT WHEN A PLAN COMES TOGETHER by MOCturnal

30. GRAVITY FALLS – THE MYSTERY SHACK by Minibrick Productions & TopLego8

31. THE TREASURY – PETRA by thepredisent

32. CHINESE GARDEN by ltfhan

33. SONY WALKMAN by Jerac

34. GOLDEN TRUMPET TREE WITH PARK BENCH by Dlambert

35. HEARTSTOPPER CHARLIE’S ROOM by Feace

36. MEDIEVAL WATCHTOWER by PeterKeith

37. GARFIELD – 2-IN-1 by Yang Yang

38. ARMADA PORT by BrickHammer

39. ED AND EDNA’S SCRAP JUNKYARD by GenericStud

40. MATA NUI RISES [BIONICLE TRIBUTE SET] by Axelford

41. WORKING LOG FLUME – FAIRGROUND WATER COASTER by Baron von Barron

42. SEA TURTLE by LEGOverwatch

43. RATATOUILLE: LET’S OPEN THE DOORS by BRICK PROJECT & CARLIERTI

44. CLOCKWORK SOLAR SYSTEM by ChrisOrchard & BrentWaller

45. BLUEY! by Monkey Scout

46. THE GOONIES 360° by SaladBricks

47. LEGO CATS by legotruman

48. THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE by KaijuBuildz

49. ANCIENT GREEK TEMPLE by HP_Brixxter

50. NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM – RE-OPEN THE DOORS by CARLIERTI

51. THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS by Tvrulesmylife

39 responses to “Here are the 51 LEGO Ideas going into the second 2022 LEGO Ideas Review”

  1. Jeanne says:

    The Steampunk Airship is pretty similar to 70810 MetalBeard’s Sea Cow from the Lego Movie line. I doubt that it’ll be approved.

  2. Kristine Rinehart says:

    I am on a very fixed income so I’m saving up every penny, and I’m bringing back my soda bottles for the redemption. I want so many of these sets. They are part of my therapy to keep my hands working. And they are a great help with my depression and anxiety problems. I’ll buy them second hand if I have to.

  3. Patricia says:

    I want 46 out of 51.

  4. Anton says:

    Being that I have a WM-22 I think it would be great to see a lego version.

    Less tape eating 😂

  5. Chris says:

    As an ex-Londoner I would buy the Red London Telephone box, which would go well with the Creator routemaster London bus. Coincidentally this summer we had minifigure scale versions of both the telephone box in the Ministry of magic set and the red letter box in the Assembly theatre set, both sets I purchased. Probably persuaded due to these London icons being in those sets, although my theatre currently houses non-london muppets.

  6. Debbie says:

    Wow! I will just take 90 percent of them.

  7. Jimmy says:

    Bluey would be fun for my family, and seems like a license to print money if Lego gets it. The show itself features so much good natured creative ad imaginative play from the characters -a very good fit for Lego.

    Actually , I wouldn’t be surprised if we don’t get a Bluey Ideas set, but only because Lego already has the license and a full lineup is in the works for normal retail.

  8. James Bellanca says:

    I’d buy the Greek Temple (LOVE it! And would love it my my Great Pyramid set!), and the Raiders of the Lost Ak set (though I wish it had the map room). I also like the Tuscan Villa, but probably wouldn’t buy unless they turned out really amazing, just because of space concerns. In theory, I think a ski chalet would be a great set, but I don’t think this one’s it.

  9. Brandon says:

    Night at the Museum all the way!!! Do we have anything like a museum set as-is? I’d adore this one.

  10. afafaf says:

    I hope the Chinese Garden wins

  11. George C says:

    #27. THE OLD TRAIN ENGINE SHED by Mind the Brick is my favorite. It has lots of interesting, different areas that provide good play and display opportunities. And, it represents an excellent understanding of old train yards, locomotives, and maintenance vehicles.

  12. Chris P says:

    Gravity Falls would go great with all the Disney theme sets I have. My kids absolutely love that show and still watch it today.
    The working Log Flume would be a welcome addition to my Lego theme park as well.
    And the Sony Walkman just for nostalgia sake.
    There’s some weird additions too. I believe there already was a Krusty Crab in years past and the Medieval Inn looks cool but very similar to last years Blacksmith

  13. Ben says:

    My pick is either the Witch House or Amada Port (to go with the Barracuda set), but I doubt these will be picked.

  14. Danni says:

    Either Clockwork Solar System or the Nightmare Before Christmas are my favourites.

  15. Bob says:

    Viking Village is going to be produced by Target, isn’t it?

    • Ben says:

      This was the designer’s updated version of the same set, his earlier one is the one being produced as the Target exclusive. I doubt this one will be picked given his earlier one is already being produced.

    • Jay says:

      Yes, that will be separate from the usual review process. It’ll be a Target-exclusive in the US, but will also be available online, and in LEGO Stores.

  16. Joe B. says:

    Would love to see something Nightmare Before Christmas get made whether it’s Ideas or not. Garfield is very popular in our family. My daughter would love the mushroom house today, but by the time any of these sets would be produced, she’ll be into something else. I can see the Polaroid getting made. It seems to fit in with recent sets showimg older technology like the Atari VCS, typewriter, Nintendo NES, etc.

    • Jay says:

      Yeah, I’d rate Polaroid as having a really high chance, and would fit in with the other brick-built objects from Ideas. It also doesn’t look TOO big, so they can keep the price down AND Polaroid has a really established licensing program.

  17. Jake says:

    I’d really love to see the Greek Temple make it through this time, but I don’t it’ll pass LEGO’s (frankly misguided) religion ban.

    After that, the clockwork solar system is probably #1, followed by the Chinese village and Petra (I’m a sucker for ancient architecture, can you tell?).

    • Jay says:

      Hopefully it passes as an historical location, instead of religious temple.

      Petra, I can see them doing as part of an architecture series that follows the Great Pyramids! Hopefully!

  18. Reader says:

    I hope one (or both of these) win: Motorised Steampunk Airship (something interesting and different) or Clockwork Solar System (I like space and display models, so it ticks both boxes). It’ll probably end up being a movie or TV series that wins, though none of them jump out at me as a potential winner.

    • Jay says:

      The last few review rounds were based on intellectual property, so I’m conscious that LEGO will want to keep it non-IP for this or the upcoming round.

  19. Lynne Kohler says:

    They are all cool!! My grandson will definitely love the asian ones. But, I thought the ideas weren’t going to be made anymore?

    • Alex B says:

      Lego Ideas is still going. Most of these submissions will never get made, though. Lego will consider them and announce in February which it has chosen to become an official set. Usually they choose one or two, and occasionally none.

  20. Nick says:

    Gravity Falls, but for that set it’s mostly about the mini figs and the ones they show are ok, but not going to get me to buy it.
    Compare to the A-Team where the mini figs look great.

    • Jay says:

      Gravity Falls would be great, but I feel like it looks too similar to the upcoming A-Frame cabin.

      Shame as it’s such an incredible (and underrated) animated series.

  21. Monty says:

    There are some amazing designs amongst these.

    Honestly – I like the simplicity of the cats and not a huge set after so many large sets.
    I like the Greek Temple – it looks cool.

    There are so many wonderful creations, I’m simply glad I’m not on the panel.

  22. Andrew says:

    The imagination and creativity in these is astounding. Easy to see why Ideas does so well.

    That said, if Bluey doesn’t make the cut and I have to explain this to the grandchildren, I shall be picketing Lego HQ ;).

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