Walmart listed packs for Scooby Doo, Portal, The Simpsons, Jurassic World and Chima. None of those packs included pictures and the listings have since been removed, though a Google Cacheverifies they once existed.
Amazon, meanwhile, now lists a number of packs for the upcoming title, which uses a portal to let you drop Lego toys into a video game. Those packs offer us a look at a Back to the Future pack complete with a Marty McFly, Delorean and Hoverboard; Cyborg; Wonder Woman; several Lord of the Rings packs; several Lego The Movie packs and some Ninjago packs.
The Walmart listing shows Jurassic World and Scooby Doo receiving team packs, while The Simpsons and Portal are getting level packs.
The now-removed Walmart listings also offers some insight into how broadly Lego and Warner Bros. are looking for possible properties to include in the game.
Last month, Polygon ran through a number of possible options for the game and asked readers to vote on their top picks. Scooby Doo was a close second, beaten out by Marvel. You can read that article and see the poll right here.
Last month, Warner Bros. Interactive confirmed Lego Dimensions, a toys-to-life console game that hits Sept. 27 and will blend a variety of universes together including DC Comics, The Lord of the Rings, The Lego Movie, The Wizard of Oz, Lego Ninjago and Back to the Future.
More properties are set to be announced in the future, according to the press release. The game is in development by Travelers Tales Games and is coming to the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Wii U. The starter bundle will cost $99.99, according to Toys R Us.