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What Is GregF Up To? Part 1

Posted by Erebus , Oct 26 2012 · 266 views

"I am doing a rewrite of a Ninjago book, a Hero Factory guidebook, and some short stories for a 2013 LEGO line."

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And apparantly answering your questions. :P
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As I said before...

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee HF guidebook
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Hold on hold on.

The guy whose job it is to write books for Lego...is writing a bunch of books. FOR LEGO??
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Hold on hold on.

The guy whose job it is to write books for Lego...is writing a bunch of books. FOR LEGO??

Shocking, isn't it?

- Vorex
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Hold on hold on.

The guy whose job it is to write books for Lego...is writing a bunch of books. FOR LEGO??

Maybe you should sit down for part two.

I suspect he's also writing comics for them, too. As a comic writer. Shocking, I know.
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:kaukau: I think the question is...what are things going to look like with him on the project?

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I wonder whether "rewrite" means rewriting a book that hasn't yet been published (in which case I'd assume it was a book for next year's story) or updating a book that has been published (in which case it could very well be an update of last year's Ninjago Official Guide).

Also, I'm pretty sure I know which 2013 theme he'll be writing for. And if I'm right, it's one more thing that could potentially make me start collecting that theme. You hear that Lego? It's working! It's like I have no free will of my own anymore! :P

Erebus, I know you're probably not taking requests for questions to ask him, but I'd really like to know the status of a number of his Ninjago short stories. Many of them have been published overseas in other languages but have yet to be released in any English-speaking countries. Which doesn't make much sense, considering I assume Greg's writing them in English.
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Hold on hold on.

The guy whose job it is to write books for Lego...is writing a bunch of books. FOR LEGO??

I did ask him what he was doing besides Ninjago and Hero Factory work, and he still gave me this answer. :P

Erebus, I know you're probably not taking requests for questions to ask him, but I'd really like to know the status of a number of his Ninjago short stories. Many of them have been published overseas in other languages but have yet to be released in any English-speaking countries. Which doesn't make much sense, considering I assume Greg's writing them in English.

Could you let me know which stories in particular? Having the titles (and which countries it was released in) handy would be great so he'll know what I would be asking.
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Erebus, I know you're probably not taking requests for questions to ask him, but I'd really like to know the status of a number of his Ninjago short stories. Many of them have been published overseas in other languages but have yet to be released in any English-speaking countries. Which doesn't make much sense, considering I assume Greg's writing them in English.

Could you let me know which stories in particular? Having the titles (and which countries it was released in) handy would be great so he'll know what I would be asking.

I can answer that for you:


Now, many of these stories have been published in the UK by Ladybird (though the Ladybird guide books are two-in-one, so I'm not sure if they still would include all four stories from the two continental European guide books), as well as in Poland by AMEET and in Germany by Nelson. So many of them do exist in English. The real question is whether they will ever be available in the US, whether online or in hard copy, or if they have to be ordered from overseas.
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