The Powerpuff Girls And Teen Titans Go! Come To LEGO Dimensions In September

The Powerpuff Girls And Teen Titans Go! Come To LEGO Dimensions In September

Just when you thought that it had passed, Traveller’s Tales goes and saves the best for last. The second season of LEGO Dimensions wraps up on September 12 with the release of five new sets featuring The Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans Go! and Beetlejuice.

The introduction of three new properties to LEGO Dimensions should finish opening up the game’s current crop of adventure worlds, giving new additions Bubbles, Buttercup, Blossom, Beast Boy, Raven, Starfire and Michael Keaton appropriate places to play.

Teen Titans Go! gets two sets, a Fun Pack featuring Starfire, who is the fun, and a Team Pack featuring Beast Boy and his hot magic mama (not his actual mother).

The Powerpuff Girls sets feature the three characters most likely to be in a Powerpuff Girls LEGO set.

Blossom and Bubbles come together in a Team Pack, while Buttercup rides solo.

And then there’s Beetlejuice.

Beetlejuice has no friends.

All five sets hit stores on September 12, wrapping up the second season of LEGO Dimensions content. Will there be a third, or has the ride come to an end? I’m guessing we’ll find out soon enough.


  • I’ve got a nice healthy collection but haven’t really played much of the game. I think I’m stuck on a glitch on the main story of … the last time I played I clocked the Sonic the Hedgehog level for that 90s nostalgia.

    Out of this lot, Beetlejuice is the only one that floats my boat. I hope the series continues … whether through another series or as LEGO Dimensions 2, but if it doesn’t, then I’ll clean up the collection with a few cheap packs now that they’re coming down in price. $20 level packs … yes please!

  • I’ve got enough to 100% the first year. Over 1000 gold bricks is too much! I gave up after realising the second season has all new abilities. I suspected it would be the case. Too much money for me. Shame to see all these awesome properties being wasted on a toys to life game. So many of them would have made amazing stand-alone Lego games.

  • I guess they decided to go with the odd duck out and give Starfire the pink hair of the Teen Titans Go universe instead of the red/orange hair she has everywhere else. Also, is Raven doing blackface or is she about to rob a bank?

  • I appreciate the way the Lego games have broken through and been so popular, but the visuals give me a damn rash. Only one I really like is Lego City and that’s because it uses ‘on-model’ characters I think.

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