One positive outcome of the LEGO Dimensions game is that we may end up getting cool new figures without getting full LEGO sets. Spoilerites know the Legion of Super-Heroes are favorites of ours, and it looks like an upcoming LEGO Dimensions series may feature the big three.

Brickset updated its database over the weekend to include a new figure – 30604-1 Cosmic Boy. The base of the figure is definitely a LEGO Dimensions base, and since we know the Legion was founded by Cosmic Boy, Lightning Lad and Saturn Girl, I’m hoping we are getting a three figure level set in the near future.

Word around the water cooler has this set not arriving until mid-2016.

via BrickSet


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  1. I hope you are right. The base in the picture doesn’t look like a Lego Dimensions base to me since it only has one stud. The Logo Dimension bases on the figures I own have 2 or 4 studs on them. The base in the photo looks like an upside down radar dish.

    • It does look like the upside down radar dish, but i think I see “stuff” under the base that is not a reflection. The only other options are A) We are getting a LoSH set (not likely), B) This is a promo piece for an upcoming LEGO movie (possible), or C) a polybag figure that will exclusive to TRU or Target (boo!)

        • Nothing is worse than making great figures only to tell people they can’t have them. The quicker they stop that crappy practice of making SDCC exclusives the better.

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