All this means is that the license is expiring that year. It doesn't mean it's goin away for ever; it just means the liscence is expiring. LEGO will most likely re-apply the same way they did this year. (Their Star Wars liscence expired this year, too; they just re-applied for a new one. Copyright liscences only last for ten years a piece.) Permalink
YYEEEEESSS!!!! Say "Goodbye" to overpriced sets that do nothing but take up room on store shelves and steal little kids' allowances with their deceptive and underhanded trickery. Now, maybe LEGO will go back to being, oh, I don't know, original?