You’re probably hoping to get a Lego set or two under the tree this year, but some sets aren’t arriving until 2015. Head after the break to check out a full release schedule.
The following schedule is based on the German version of LEGO’s January – June 2015 catalog. As Gizmodo points out, the release dates might differ in the US, but it should give you a good idea of what’s to come.
Duplo – A bunch of new stuff including some in the 1.5-5 years old range.
Lego Classic – Four new bulk brick sets and new packaging for green 32×32 and grey 48×48 baseplate. Addition of 32×32 sand color baseplate.
Creator – Four new small sets, seven of the bigger sets including the new Beach House (31035) and Toy and Grocery Shop (31035), Detectives Office (10246).
Series 13 Minifigures – The much awaited series of minifigures.
Disney Princesses – Four sets, Sleeping Beauty, Jasmine, Ariel and the (holy crap they are going to sell a lot of these) Elsa’s Ice Castle.
Friends – 11 new sets.
City – A fire theme starter sets and all of the the new Swamp police kits.
The Lego Movie – Batman & Super Angry Kitty Attack (70817), Double-Decker Couch (70818), Bad Cop Car Chase (70819).
Chima – Lion, Ice Bear, Crocodile and Sabre Tooth Tiger battle kits and five new sets.
Star Wars – Slave I, Six new Microfighters, 13 new sets.
Technic – Eight new sets.
Juniors – Five new sets total including two new suitcases
Mixels – Series 4, Nine new characters.
City – Six new construction themed sets, five new town based sets.
Bionicle – The return of Bionicle with seven sets.
Ultra Agents – Five new sets added to this line.
Duplo – New age 2-5 sets
Elves – A brand new line for 2015, six sets.
Ninjago – 10 new sets.
Technic – 24 Hours Race Car (42039)
Pirates – The return of Pirates! Five sets.
Speed Champions – A new theme for 2015. Seven sets!
Marvel Super Heroes – Six new Age of Ultron sets.
DC Super Heroes – Five new Justice League sets.
City – City Starter Set (60086)
Chima – Three new sets.
You can also take a closer look at the Avengers: Age of Ultron Lego Sets if you’re willing to spoil some of the action scenes a bit.