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  1. And now to move onto the biggest set of the themes... More photos on Instagram: The build process Set highlights and action features The minifigures 71722 Skull Sorcerer's Dungeons is $99.99 and has 1171 pieces. And it is good. Ninjago has done a bunch of big based before, but something about this one feels like more of the adventurer big sets from the late 90s... y'know, the ones I never was able to buy but admired a lot in the magazines. Part of this has to do with the game board setup, where you have paths leading up and around the temple, giving it more of a sense of adventure than a standard building or temple. The rocky structure works out nicely, but the detailed skull design that fits atop it really draws the eyes, and the underlying orange plates as lava add to the environmental feel. On the main level, you have a campfire on one side of the skull and a weapons cache on the other. Meanwhile, on the back side of the mountain you have the Skull Sorcerer's office, complete with some nice decorations and a portrait of him before he got all skull-faced. The right path is pretty meager and comparable to the paths seen in some of the smaller sets, although it features a mini stone bridge. The left path has a more substantial bridge and uses a neat trick to extend the ladder up towards the tower without actually connecting to it. To add to the game play, there are also hidden hearts and weapons along the paths. (I tried to look up the rules for the board game but it's so generic that I think you're better off customizing them yourself.) There are a couple of fun action features squeezed into the landscape too. If you push the pathway beneath the skull's mouth, you can open the doorway to one of the swords. (This is a fun feature that has been utilized a few times before, like in one of the Elves castles, but it's still a good one.) You also have a lever you can pull back on the top to send back the spikes and reveal the other sword. Meanwhile, if you turn the tower on the left, you activate all sorts of sequences. It causes blades to spin on the bridge and raises / lowers the cage on the far right. (The cage, meanwhile, is the exact same design from the cheaper set.) The most ambitious part, however, is the paths leading up to the skull, which the sequence causes to rise and fall. The latter one does have a tendency to get stuck so it's not quite as fluid as I would've liked, but it's impressive. And the main tower uses a rubber piece to lock the turns, so you don't have a lot of slack running through the full thing. You get a full selection of figs to play with too. Lloyd, Zane, and Cole fill out the Ninja roster (the other half of the team is in the skeleton dragon set.) You also get the troll Munce character and the goblin Ginkle character, who turn out to be Ninja allies in the show. The black Skeleton warrior is not tho, but he's generic so it's okay to hate him. The Skull Sorcerer is nicely detailed, and the same as he was in the dragon set. Unique to this set is Vania, who has her own unique color scheme that really stands out in the dungeons. Also two game play stands and a dice spinner. As a play set, I think this might be one of the better Ninjago sets from the whole theme. The concept of tying all the sets together as a board-game really adds to their play value, and I could see younger kids spending a lot of time with this set with all the adventures it offers. From a purely display angle, it's not the most picturesque with some of the flimsy paths, but the skull design certainly holds its own. It makes a worthwhile set for any Ninjago fan... s'long as they can afford it, because it is on the pricey side.
  2. So I've been forced to relearn how to deal with images in BZP blogs. (Yeah, this isn't the highest traffic place around anymore, but how else am I supposed to scream my thoughts out into the void??) Flickr restructured and became unusable for a large quantity of images, and Brickshelf is another older platform that I just don't use that much anymore. I was trying to go for the Instagram route for photos of sets to do quick reviews on, but then embedding broke on BZP (I don't know which side is responsible, but knowing the issues with the forum's server I bet it's on our side.) But, lo and behold, we have that whole gallery thing that I've never utilized. And sooooo... went and spammed a bunch of review pictures there and updated all my mini reviews from the last couple of years. I'll still upload full galleries to Instagram but I'll at least have some visuals to post here. And I still have some Ninjago stuff to cover from last year before I start focusing on the new sets. So without further ado... More photos and videos on Instagram, obviously. The Skull Sorcerer's Dragon, AKA Skeleton Dragon, goes for $79.99 USD and has 1016 pieces. I'm reluctant to call it the largest Ninjago dragon ever (it probably ranks up there) but it's the largest I've owned so far, so it's still quite impressive. The wings are the biggest stand out for me; they are cloth and have a really awesome printing to them, even as they take up a TON of space. The dragon is mainly white with dark grey along its spine and trans bright green highlights. The torso is impressive with it's skeletal rib designs, and guess what, it also has a Tridax pod built in! If you push a lever on the dragon's back, the ribs pop opened and the trans green boulder can be dropped. The head tops it off with an impressive spikey design. Of course, the dragon has its faults, and the biggest one is possibility. While the hind legs have the standard motions you'd expect from a Ninjago dragon, the front legs are locked at the shoulders, forcing it to remain in the same forward stance at all times. (It has elbows to allow it to raise itself up and down a bit, but I think too much mobility is lost without the shoulders.) As such, the dragon only really looks good in one pose, and trying to adjust that just looks awkward. And it doesn't help that the front legs also tend to hide the cooler rib designs of the torso. I also found the swinging tail to be quite annoying after a while; it's hard to pose in a position that is not wrapping back around the dragon's body. Good as a play feature, yes, bad for posing. Of course, keeping with the game-board-like designs of all these Ninjago Master of the Mountain sets, this one has some landscape bits, but they are rather weak. You have a turntable that can act as a switch to swing them to three different islands in the laval. One of those islands also has a statue that's built on a neat little action feature; press down slightly on the game stand that the Ninja is supposed to land on, and the statue falls on top of them. It also comes with two of the game stands with heath hearts, which are in most of this theme's sets, as well as the dice-spinner. The figs are decent, but again are secondary to the main dragon. You get Kai, Jay, and Nya in their new armor. (Fun fact, the other half of the Ninjas come in the Skull Sorcerer's Dungeon, so if you get both of those sets then you get a full team of ninja!) The new armor and helmets are interesting, and while Nya and Jay have neat torso designs, Kai's feels a bit bland with just a giant emblem. Printed shields are a plus tho. On the bad guy's side, you have the Skull Sorcerer himself, with a detailed robe and a fancy special mask (built into the hat tho, sorry). The two black skeletons are identical and a bit generic, but hey it can help build up your skeleton army. In the end, I'm not quite sure if this is the most worthwhile set. The dragon is massive and detailed but is not exactly the best to display with it's lack of posability. (I might remove the front legs entirely and make it a Wyvern, but then it would be far too front heavy.) The figs are great, the landscape is meh, and the pieces are actually pretty good, with a lot of fun whites. (Not a while lot of new stuff that I could see.) A fitting dragon for sure. Anyway, more Ninjago stuff to come. Allow me to continue to scream into the void.
  3. I got a handful of Ninjago sets this last month, so I'll start out the new year by looking at some of the Ninjago "Master of the Mountain" sets from last year! First up: The Spinjitzu Burst spinner packs. More photos and videos on Instagram In case it wasn't obvious, I'm a sucker for exclusive Ninjago figs, and the various spinner packs are always enticing for their new figs, even if they are generally lackluster in the builds. This batch is another spinner you set off by slamming a lever, not unlike the Spinjitzu Slam sets from 2019. Unfortunately, only three were released, so you only get Cole, Kai, and Lloyd. This irks me, because as a completionist, I am now left without Jay, Zane, or Nya. (And like the Arcade packs only came with Jay, Kai, and Lloyd, and last year's Spinjitzu slam only featured Lloyd, Kai, Zane, and Jay. Nya seems to get left out of all of these packs.) (Plus I just caught up on the show, and only Cole actually does the Spinjitzu Slam, so what are Kai and Lloyd trying to do here??) The figs themselves are actually pretty neat, with elemental energy torso designs and new head prints. They also come with rounded straw hats, and when I got a red and black hat out of Cole and Kai, I was hopeful for a new green variant for Lloyd, but alas he only gets a boring silver hat that doesn't really match with his scheme at all. The spinners themselves are new. The central bit has a stud connection for the ninjas and then bar attachments on four sides, so maybe reusable. The various fins are crystalline and come in some neat colors, but the problem is they're only connection point is a bar clip... and I'm not sure how secure it would be in different bar settings. When you rubber band them together, they hold together and form a Spinjitzu tornado, and the rounded straw hats actually fill out the top nicely. The bases (and the main build) for all three sets are pretty much identical, with the only difference being the colored trans 1x1 piece decorations. The coloring fits in with the rock and lava style from the main sets, but it would've been nicer if it wasn't the same exact repeat three times; previous spinners have done their bases in different colors, why couldn't we have had that again? Anyway, the idea is you position the spinners on the base, slam down on the lever, and send them spinning. The results vary. You need to apply a lot of force to get them started, so anything half hearted just causes them to immediately slump over. If you can get them moving fast enough, the fins actually fan out as it spins, which is neat. Otherwise, it's a classic Ninjago top. Fun for a little bit, but replay value seems limited (I mean how long can you be entertained by spinners. They've pulled this gimmick off quite a lot and I'm sure it's getting old.) And, of course, there's no real display value. So overall. It's fun, and if you haven't gotten one of these before it could be nice to pick up and test out a bit. And some of the fin pieces could be nice to use in sets, and of course the unique figs are a draw. But unless you want all the figs, not really worth picking up multiple copies. (Alas, I am in the former, and will always beckon to the call of impulse spinner sets with unique figs.)
  4. A semi-parody/semi-serious review of the brick-build Kanohi Hau! TeeCee's Ripoff Review: Brick-Built Kanohi Hau | Bionicle - YouTube Brick Build Hau RED.io
  5. More photos on Instagram. The first wave of Hidden Side was pretty great, but the second wave was lackluster. Designs improved again in the third wave, and I think the highlight is the Phantom Fire Truck. It goes for $59.99 and has 760 pieces, including some newer elements. Not bad. This reminds me of the upgraded school bus from last year. The front of the fire truck is well done and lots of nice details. In particular, I like the wheel guard designs they came up with here, very clever. Inside the cab also has a small living space with a computer monitor (sorry, no picture of that) but I did find the top a bit tough to take off; it tends to take too many pieces off when I do. The back of the truck looks okay, even if the blue turret is a bit of an odd attachment. But then suddenly the back shifts and a mech steps off the truck. And I'll be honest; I was only lukewarm towards the set until I learned about the transforming feature. The mech itself isn't super well proportioned; the leg joints are a bit clunky, to be honest. But the fact that the legs fold up and transform quite seamlessly into the back of the truck is cool enough to forgive all the other flaws. And, to be fair, the turret arms look pretty crazy, especially with the multi-layered disc design they used. The main enemy is this spindly ghost guy. His legs are made up of black vines attached to a standard base, but surprisingly he had a couple of poses you can put him in (even if some put him off balance.) And honestly, you don't often have a figure shaped like this, so I'll give them credit for being innovative with him too. The figs are a standard batch of the Ghost fighters or whatever; I'm not sure there's too much different between them here and their versions in the School Bus. You do get one spooky black fig, who has a neat transparent head. The new walking computer is a nice callback to Alpha Team. Speaking of callbacks, there are a lot of references to old themes in the stickers, but the most important one is the Hau. I always appreciate Bionicle references, and they may influence my decisions to buy these larger sets sometimes. Overall, this is a solid set with a good cast of figs and a fun transforming feature. And the pieces are good too. I haven't grabbed any of the other wave 3 sets, but I picked up this one because it looked the best of the batch and it does not disappoint. (And maybe there won't be any more Hidden Side sets next year, so it's worth getting this one to end the theme with a bang.)
  6. More photos on Instagram. I'm a sucker for Ninjago sets, and the new Skull Dungeons theme looks pretty crazy. I want some of the larger sets but don't currently have the budget for them, so I picked up the cheaper one earlier this year to get the figs and get into the theme. It's 401 pieces for $29.99, so not a bad value. So this small set doesn't appear to be any major location, but mostly builds a rock ledge with some steps leading up to it. That premise is actually kind of boring, if I'm being honest, but the bricks will be useful if I want to make more MOCs that use rockwork designs in em. The main trail of steps are connected to hinges so you can rotate them a bit; this is incorporated into attaching this set to the others and build up a massive board for some sort of game. The concept is interesting, but it doesn't really add a whole lot to this small set alone. The spiral stairs that lead up to the top of the rocks is a more interesting design; not unprecedented but still solid. The rock wall features some wooden panels and trans orange lava flowing by, which helps build up the scene. There's a small wooden fence on the top (where the black sword is stored, I guess) and there's a pulley system attached to a small cage. The cage is well done, but it does use techniques from previous sets (some in the Ninjago theme, although it also reminds me of Pirate of the Caribbean.) The back is mostly empty, but I think it's supposed to be the sleeping quarters for the troll. There's also a few torches utilizing the flame piece in trans green, which is a plus. There's a small side build that includes a stand for the character and three hearts which goes with the board game setup. Instead of a character, I put the new spinner on it in the photos. The new spinner piece is cleverly also a dice; it has a hexagon style build with one, two, or three dots printed; so you spin it and whichever side is facing up is your roll number. A fun way to incorporate spinjitzu into the game. I have a habit of collecting all the Ninja figs, and you get three in this set: Jay, Lloyd, and Nya. They're extra armored up here, with massive shoulder places and extra silver printing on their torsos. In addition to some standard weapons, they also have shields with dragon prints on em! There's also a sand green troll who wouldn't look out of place in a fantasy castle theme. Honestly, while this set has some benefits, it's pretty lacking, especially compared to some of the larger sets like the full Skull Dungeons or the Bone Dragon. It feels very much like a supplemental set to add onto the larger ones; it gives you a taste of the full theme at a cheaper price point, but doesn't quite hold up on its own. And yet, it has three Ninja, the new spinner, the fancy black sword, and the crazy green flame elements. I feel like if you can afford it, the larger sets would be more appealing.
  7. More photos on Instagram. Okay, Jurassic World continues to push out lackluster sets that I want just for the dinos. (The big one this year with the Ankylosaurs is pretty bland, but I want it for the Ankylosaurs!) This set is cheaper but it definitely shows. All the same, you get two baby dinos here; a small baby Ankylosaurs and a slightly larger baby Triceratops. The set is almost worth it for the two dinos alone; and if you're not interested in them, then don't bother, as the rest of the set isn't really worth it. ($19.99 for 164 pieces is a bad value, although pretty standard for licensed themes at this price point.) The build is the interior of a lab, but it's very sparse. (Granted, it looks better with the stickers, but since I'm not planning to keep this together for long, I didn't apply them.) On the far right, you have a window into an enclosure for the dinos, with a convenient lever to knock it down and allow them to invade the lab. (Seriously, why does Jurassic Park build destruction levers in all their buildings? Seems like the opposite thing they should do for safety's sake!) Then there are some computer monitors and screens, and a little tables with a basic microscope built in. (Some of the Friends science sets have had better lab equipment designs.) The most interesting build is the egg display on the left, with a little dome and a robot arm that can pick up the eggs. And the most interesting piece is a 1x1 trans orange brick with a mosquito printed on it, to resemble the bug trapped in amber. Classic reference there! The figs are Own and Dr. Wu, who have been in plenty of other sets before and are hardly even worthwhile to comment on. The Ankylosaurs has some great details and printing on it; it can fit onto a 2x3 plate and had a single stud on it's back. The Triceratops is about twice as big, and the bricks in its back can be removed to allow a fig to ride it (in Lego horse style). The two baby dino molds are great. Is this set worth it? I mean... no, probably not. Jurassic Park / World sets have a problem with having very lackluster builds but then intricate dino molds that jack up the set prices, and the two baby dinos do that here. They're great molds, better than getting another raptor or something. But it is a little spendy to get them, and outside of the amber brick, there's not a whole lot else that's exciting in this set. So the value really depends on how much you want the baby dinos. The rest is just filler.
  8. More photos on Instagram. This is actually one of the minifigure collections released last year, but I only just got around to opening it recently. It's $39.99 for 164 pieces, which is a lousy value. But it has 14 figs and a few other exclusive parts, so the price is somewhat reasonable for a fig pack. I believe a few of the fig torsos may be unique, but I'm too lazy to go do the research. As it is, none of them really stand out as must-haves, but they are also all generic enough to make for good City-filler, and that's sometimes difficult to get from other themes. The standout figs are the scout, the camera-woman, and the new baby carrier (even if I switched which fig it was on). The baby had a new body too! The builds are simple and generally lackluster, although that's been par for the course for these large fig packs. The largest build is the tent, which has a brick built base that the light plastic wraps around; it works out well enough, but it's quite easy for the plastic to fold out of shape, so you've got to be careful when setting it up for display. There's also a simple ramp for the motorbike, a camp stove, a camp lantern, and a short rock wall for the climber. Also included is a sign for Mount Clutchmore (haha) and Lego City; the tile printings are nice. One of the big yellow rafts is also included. The highlight of the set, however, is the new eagle mold, which I still believe is exclusive to this set. The coloring is very well done, and the detailed feathers in the mold are great. It's got a wide wingspan too; each wing is almost as long as a minifig is tall. (Almost). And the feet can fit on a stud so you can perch it or have it grab onto a fish. Is the eagle alone worth this set? Maybe not, but it's close. I mostly got this for the eagle, and the fig pieces will supplement my collection nicely, so I think it's a worthy purchase. Too bad it's retired. I guess this is why I should review current sets.
  9. Yep, more stuff on Instagram. Opinions of Rise of Skywalker were mixed. Some people hated it. I assume others didn’t? I walked out of the theater somewhat satisfied, but there were certainly some problems with the storytelling, and I did not have the same desire to rewatch it compared to some of the other movies. And on top of that, most of the sets from the movie weren’t super interesting either. (I mean, okay, they’re not bad designs per say, but they’re repeating vehicle designs again with slight modifications. And yes, I did pick up a Y-Wing and enjoyed building it, but that was because it was my first Y-Wing.) Either way, the Pasaana Speeder Chase has got to be the wackiest of the wave, but it was the only one with Rey and... well, nope, got nothing else, that was my primary reason to pick it up. $39.99 for 373 pieces isn’t bad for Star Wars, but it’s not exactly a steal either. The more solid build was actually the Stormtroopers little speeder bike. It’s a compact design, but they did some neat stuff with surrounding the treads with panels, and the clipped top panel does a good job of covering the treads without getting in the way, even if it can be easily lifted up. The use of sand blue wedge plates and curved slopes is appreciated too. There’s also a little tent stand where some gear can be stored; nothing too exciting but it works for a “weapons rack” display piece. The rest of the build is on the red speeder bike... thing. I guess it’s not too dissimilar to the Desert Skiff from Return of the Jedi, but it’s mostly a weird speeding platform, not super iconic. The red wedges at the front do offer a nice design, and the engine bit is held up at an angle which is nice. The back panels are a bit more haphazard, although the clever use of the crash bar piece on the back is well done. Although I’m sure this thing is supposed to carry a bunch of people, there’s little room to accommodate many figs, and a severe lack of guardrails. I guess it’s somewhat reminiscent of the vehicle from the movie, and I can’t blame the set designers if the official vehicle is a bit of a mess. But this ain’t going to be one of the iconic Star Wars speeders people will remember. For the figs, you get Rey, BB8, a First Order Stormtrooper (generic), and a First Order Jet Trooper (apparently unique to the set.) Beyond the jetpack element and different helmet style, the Jet Trooper is not too much different than the Stormtrooper; I’m sure super fans would obsess over the minor details in the armor, but they look pretty bland to me. BB8 is the same as always, but I can’t fault him because he’s a great fig and another is never a bad thing. But, as I hinted at earlier, Rey is the main reason I picked up this set. The previous Rey figs were somewhat bland compared to her character, whereas this one has the flesh arms and detailed leg and torso printing that match the character from the movies a lot better. Is the set worth it for just the one fig? Probably not, but I got it during the Star Wars day sales so the pieces will make it worthwhile. But beyond the characters and pieces (which aren’t too exclusive) this is some minor vehicles from an unpopular movie. I know fans do want a Lego set of EVERY vehicle from the Star Wars universe, so they might as well get this one over with while the movie was out. But would I recommend it? Nope, not unless you’re a major collector. (Again, I mostly did it to fulfill the Star Wars min purchase requirement for Star Wars day.)
  10. The video game style Prime Empire wave of Ninjago sets is interesting. On one hand, I love the aesthetic they have going with the white and trans lime highlights, and the figs are all great. On the other hand, some of the builds were... less than desirable. Not so much that they were bad, but they didn’t stand out too much from the builds of previous Ninjago vehicles and dragons. And I have sampled a lot of Ninjago sets over the years, so it's really easy to get bored with repeated designs. But last winter I decided to test the waters with this set. It’s $29.99 and has 322 pieces. More photos on Instagram This was also the first set where I noticed Lego’s changes in the instructions, as Lloyd appeared a lot whenever you have to flip the set around, and it also had you build mirrored sides of the vehicles at the same time, something I just did automatically but is neat to see them implementing it for younger builders. There are four basic structures here: Lloyd’s bike, Jay’s jet, Hausner’s surfboard, and the stand for the Key-Tana. I do like how the Key-Tana piece can fit easily in an axle hole. The surfboard has a few extra pieces slipped to it, but it’s not very impressive compared to the two other vehicles. We’ve had a lot of Ninjago bikes before; there’s usually one in every wave. For a while I was trying to do reviews on them all, but I got a bit burned out after a while. Lloyd’s bike does have some sleek green elements, including the two wedge pieces with legit printing on em. I guess the big back wheel is also fairly new; it’s the first one I got. And the angled front blades and the trailing TRON style back blades are nice touches. Unfortunately, the bike isn’t exactly well balanced, and it doesn’t have any kickstand to support it. You can somewhat balance it, but because the back wheel’s tire surface is not quite flat, it topples over easily. I’m not exactly blown away by this bike, having built many others before, but it’s still pretty good and colored nicely to fit into a video game race. Jay’s jet is a bit better, with a sleeker feel to it too, and the blue / white color scheme really pops. It makes good use of blades wings, curves slopes, and wedges to make this look very aerodynamic. My favorite design is the angles boomerangs used on the back! There’s a technic connectors in the center, and you can inset the Key-Tana and fold out the wings, which is a nice feature too. However... Ninjago has done its share of jets too, and many also have this wing spreading function built in too. This one might be on the smallest scale, but it does mean the gear connections are a little loose to accommodate the small size. Yes, maybe some of the other, larger jets pull off the look better, but to have two midsized vehicles in one $30 set is still a pretty good value for play. I mean, you can legitimately race these two, which isn’t always possible with vehicle sets, so I appreciate that. The figs are great. I didn’t really talk about the Digi outfits in my previous review, but I really love the white and primary color designs they have, and the technical designs for the faces are nice too. To top it off, giving them game controllers as the handles for their weapons was super creative. (And you can’t really tell from my pictures, but the controller pieces are also used to control the two vehicles.) The life icons on their backs are a little bulky and get in the way of play and display, but they’re easily removed, and it’s another neat way to connect the characters to the game. In this set, their enemy is a rat-like avatar named Hausner, who also makes for an unusual character but it kind of works. (Hey, at least the rats are different than more snakes.) I’m not sure if this is the best valued set in the wave; I’ve heard good things about the dragons, the car, and the final temple. I just personally wasn’t interested in those so went for these. I wouldn’t say they’re the greatest Ninjago vehicles ever, but they’re still good, and there are more than a few nice pieces mixed in with the cool figs. So yeah, worth it.
  11. I’ll be out of it for a while at the end of the month, and I have some of these mini set reviews prepped, so I figure it’s about time to start getting them posted before I have to leave. Without further ado... More photos on Instagram So this is from the second wave of Hidden Side sets from last winter, retailing at $19.99 with 189 pieces. Except I got it for free as part of the BricksCascade Dirty Brickster game. (If I recall correctly, I put in a Creator set from last year, and I was able to get the last steal on this one because my first choice got stolen from me. Wasn’t a bad deal, especially considering that I’ve gotten some pretty lousy deals in previous years. Also, remember when we used to be able to attend large conventions with other AFOLs? We were so young and naïve back then.) Anyway, the build for this set is fairly basic. It’s a dark tree with a room inside, I guess. But then the tree has a face and some claws! OMG. I don’t play the game or watch the clips that somehow count as a “show” for this theme, but I think this is supposed to be some sort of portal to the ghost world that the humans can pass through. Anyway, the build is pretty mild, with a fairly standard design of the walls that make up the interior room and then some classic tree designs to make the branches with foliage. Near the top there is a face design, which uses clips to make some menacing eyebrows, but it’s still a bit of a step down from some of the other “monsters” from the first wave. My pictures don’t really show it well, but there are also some claws you can pop up on either side, which could also be disguised as roots. The main action feature is a little lever in the “mouth” which can be used to launch out spiders and bats. Spooky. The build is substandard, but the pieces are kind of nice. You’ve mainly got black and medium azure, and I’m sure a lot of builders are excited for the azure leaf pieces, which only appear in this wave of Hidden Side sets (and this being the cheapest set of the wave that also contains more of the leafs, it’s a good deal.) Also the black seaweed piece is also new. (I guess it comes in a third wave set too. I really do hope that wave makes it to the States, I heard a rumor that they may be limited release in Europe only, which would suck.) Some of the Azure plates are also rare-ish, and it’s always nice to get another lamppost. Oh, and the light yellowish green eye tiles are rare too. The build is meh and some of the pieces are neat, but the major draw from the set is the figs, which are all unique to this set. The main character is Jack Davids, but he’s been turned blue here, complete with a recolored torso and hat / hood element. Dunno why he’s blue; maybe he’s a ghost, maybe he’s infected with something paranormal, maybe he’s hypothermic. Next is a lumberjack ghost named Axel Chops, who reuses the fur hat from the Arctic wave but has the new ghost legs in red. The two yellow worker ghosts are nearly identical (the heads are slightly different) but make good use of the Keetongu yellow ghost legs. One’s called Scrimper and the other Waylon. I like that these guys add some nice color variety to the available ghost figs, so that’s much appreciated. In conclusion, the set has a meh build, okay pieces, and great figs. I’m not entirely sure it would be worth full price; the second wave of Hidden Side sets was very lackluster. Maybe it’s more fun with the phone game AR features, but I never really bothered trying those out. It’s not a terrible set, but I would easily recommend some of the Wave 1 or Wave 3 sets over this. Unless you really want ghosts or those leaves, then its value is pretty decent.
  12. So, Lego Super Mario. Honestly, I’m not seeing the appeal, but then again I didn’t grow up on platform video games so I definitely don’t have that nostalgic connection. And the not-minifig scale of the sets is a little off putting. But I have to admit that the character packs are intriguing for the low price and interesting pieces, even if I don’t necessarily care too much about the character designs themselves. Luckily for me, my roommate happened to come across a few of these packs at Target and now I have a few. (And a lucky draw too, four packs with no duplicates.) So now I can review a couple. Although I can’t really say anything about the game play or scan-able tiles (because I don’t have the main Mario set) I can talk about the overall look and pieces. Because of my experience with collectible minifigures, I did try to determine which models were in the blind bags. It’s somewhat possible, since they do come with different pieces, but there’s a fair amount to pick through compared to figs, and a lot of them share the same parts so it’s easy to mix them up. The one constant is the new 4x4 rounded plate, which I guess is designed for the game board that the other sets utilize. I’m not sure how much usability it will have, but they come in a bunch of different colors and don’t have any really crazy designs, so maybe it’ll be helpful in MOCs. (It looks like it would make for a good interior support, being two plates tall.) More photos on Instagram Fuzzy: Oh look a black spiked ball. He looks like he’s hovering over some grassy hills. And, with the addition of the hinge, he’s the only one with an “action feature” in that you can knock him down to smack anything on the ground. For pieces, the sand green and teal curved elements are new-ish to me, and I guess the black pyramid 1x1s are also new in this color. Of course, the big drawl is the SNOT brick, 1x1x5(plates) with studs on three sizes; it’s perfect for making a SNOT cube, and with two you can even flip one upside down and get studs on the bottom too. Man, that piece will be a crazy addition when it starts popping up in more sets. (Maybe it has, this is the first Summer 2020 sets I’ve picked up.) Spiny: It’s a turtle! The trees are nice, but the highlight of this is the shell piece, which actually has the white diamonds as molded bits that stick out a bit. I’ve got to be honest; I wouldn’t mind having a ton of those shells to part-spam a MOC. This one also has the new 2x2 feet design, with printing on them. It looks like a very niche part, but there might be some interesting ways to reuse it in a MOC. And the rounded green brick isn’t new, but still makes a nice addition. Paragoomba: Another cubed guy, but he’s in burnt orange and has wings. He has a more traditional SNOT design using standard elements, but it works. Also he has wings, which are new molds too, I believe. The foot piece makes another appearance in brown, and it’s also a nice chance to get the cloud plate that originated with the Unikitty blind bags. And I guess a tan pyramid; don’t know how rare those tan slopes are but they make it work. Peepa: Well this one is certainly a ghost. The “landscape” design is very haphazard here with a ruined wall over a stream of lava; I may be misinterpreting, but I’m sure it’s based off some heated level. The ghost design is basic, although the use of the white curved element is appreciated. The biggest appeal is the 3x3 round tile; I don’t think this mold has been used before, and it’s slightly disappointing that it has the ghost fast printed on it, but I’m hopeful to see this element reused in future sets. (Granted, I don’t know why I would need a 3x3 tile in my builds, but hey new parts are always fun!) Anyway, for $4.99 (or $3.99 when Target misprices them) this isn’t a bad value. I mean, it’s not exactly the great parts packs that the Mixels were, but there are enough interesting molds to entice builders. And the characters look similar enough to their Mario variations, from what I can tell, so I’m sure the nostalgic factor is huge. (There are a couple of others I might want to pick up, like the Bullet Bill guy, but it’s a lot harder to get into buying blind bag figs nowadays when it’s unsafe to attempt the feel method in stores. Future waves of CMFs will be troublesome with this new norm.)
  13. More picts on Instagram So obviously I am a big fan of the Collectible Minifigures to the point where I obsessively try to get a complete collection of all the standard series. But my method has always been to wait until they show up in stores and then feel out the bags I want. Well, Covid-19 has greatly complicated that process. Luckily, Chocolate Frogs was able to hook me up with a full set, and because I obsess over these too much, here’s a quick review of them individually. Drone Boy: I think this may be my favorite of the series. I really do like the new drone element, and the printed control panel is nice too. I’m not sure why he has a bandage on his face; just exactly what kind of accident is that implying he got into? I also like how an extra propeller was included that fits into his teal hat. Space Fan: She’s pretty mellow parts-wise but it’s still a nice execution. The classic space shirt is a fun design, and the rocket schematics tile is nice, but the best piece is the round brick with the NASA logo on it... and I realize now that it wasn’t angled properly in my photos. Whoops! Llama Girl: Costume characters are always big hits, and although this is an often repeated concept, it’s always a joy to get a new animal to add into the fray. The llama head is very nicely detailed, and her torso also includes a zipper on the back to indicate that it is very much a costume. Nice addition of a carrot. Pea Pod Girl: We get another costume, but this time she’s food based. The costume mold is nicely detailed and printed, and I also like the use of green lipstick. And, although it’s hidden, she also has a shirt with a salad printing on it on her torso. The inclusion of the red apple is a little odd, since generally those don’t tend to mix with peas in salads. Perhaps it’s supposed to be a tomato? (I was discussing with someone, and came to realize that there aren’t many vegetable food molds in Lego. There’s a handful of fruit and meat, but the only veggie is really the carrot, and that’s already been used.) Super Warrior: AKA Super Sentai Lego copy, AKA knockoff Power Ranger. As a Power Rangers fan growing up, I totally see the appeal in this fig. (Gosh, does that mean we need to wait for four more series for them to release more of his colorful teammates?) The helmet isn’t quite as detailed as some of the Iron Man masks we’ve seen in the past, but it works. The green Ninjago sword seems a bit lacking as a weapon (it needs a proper hilt) but it works out well enough. Martial Arts Boy: Lego Nunchucks! They’re basically chains on the end of bars, but they’re one mold and I’ve heard a lot of MOCists are interested to start utilizing them. The rest of the figs robes are nice, although we’ve seen plenty of martial arts / karate / ninja characters with similar designs. I do like the use of the hairpiece (new in black) and the printed headband. Still, probably one of the least interesting of the figs in this series. Tournament Knight: Lego has done plenty of castle figs before, so a Knight isn’t exactly breaking new ground, but it gives people to collect a new army builder for the raven faction in the Keetongu orange and black colors. Plus, that sword is a new and detailed mold... I hope that gets released in some other sets, I wouldn’t mind more of that. Pirate Girl: She is a bit more-of-the-same if you got the new Ideas Pirate set, and Lego has done plenty of Pirates before, so her design also isn’t new territory. Still, the hat / hair piece is a new mold and there’s decent printing on the torso and legs... plus, in general, having a detailed female pirate isn’t a bad thing. Good supplemental fig to add to Barracuda Bay. Breakdancer: I am really digging the coral top she’s wearing, although not as big a fan of the hat / hair combo. To show off her moves, she gets the DC jumper piece to give her some altitude. Very neat. 80s Musician: Don’t have much to say about him, but he fits the look alright. Fun new instrument mold, nice printing. I didn’t recognize the hair piece at first, but apparently it’s from TLJ Old Luke. Viking: We’ve seen Vikings before but they’re not as common as Knights or Pirates, so it’s a welcome addition. In particular the new helmet mold that fits over the beard piece is great. Definitely got an army builder here! Shame he’s rare. Athlete: It’s been a while since we’ve seen track and field figs, and I don’t think we’ve had a character specializing in the javelin or discus before. She comes with an exclusive white spear, a printing round tile, and two gold medals. (One is a standard extra piece, but clearly it means she got Gold in both of her events.) Her uniform tag reads “BIB 0937” but I don’t know the significance of that. (Well, at least of the BIB part… the 0937 has been used on an amusement park ticket before and… apparently spells out LEGO upside-down, so that’s something I completely missed at first.) Overall, lots of good pieces here. Sidetrack for a moment to just say how similar the Viking and Athlete are when feeling for them in the bags. They each have a spear, a rounded second accessory (shield and discus tile), a neck attachment that comes with an extra piece (beard and metal), and both have their smaller pieces placed in a bag within a bag. Usually two figs in a series don’t share this many similarities; the best way to tell the difference is to identify the shield or round tile. (The helmet and hair pieces are also different, but I find it tricky to feel the subtle difference between head elements like that.) CF was able to figure these out when he sent them to me, but I was confused for a while as I tried to guess which was which. Trying to determine the difference while in a rush at the store would’ve been infuriating! Piñata Boy: I really love the sombrero piece, so getting it back is quite fun. He comes with two poncho elements to go over the front and back, and per usual his torso is unprinted. The llama piñata is a nice touch with the mold and printing. The stud on the top of the back is also hollow, which I think is a bit unusual for these animal molds. Can’t really fit much candy inside though. Pajama Girl: She pulls off her theme well enough, with a new bunny toy mold and bunny prints on her torso. The Hermione hair is new in blonde too. Not the most exciting fig but she works; shame she doesn’t come with an alternative sleepy expression. Sea Rescuer: We’ve seen a lot of diver figs before; in fact, the diver from the first series of CMFs was generally one of the least popular figs at the time, if I recall. So this one had a lot working against her. While her design is pretty standard, I do appreciate the azure and coral color highlights. She also uses the jumper piece… but it’s flipped around to stick the bar into her flipper, and attaches to the base by a nipple element. Of course, the diver is already second rate in her own bag; the real star is the turtle mold. We’ve seen cutesy turtles in Friends and Elves sets in the past, but I think this might be the first realistic system turtle we’ve got. (Teenage mutant ninja variants don’t count.) It makes this diver worthwhile. Green Brick Costume Guy: Okay, he doesn’t really have anything more going for him that what the other brick costume character brought to the table. But I mean, he’s green… even if it is the non-standard bright green shade. And I guess he does have an uncommon hair piece in a new color. I do appreciate the tile celebrating ten years of CMFs; I’ve now been obsessively collecting these for over a decade. Sheesh! Overall, it’s a near wave of figs, with a lot of nice variety. I think the clear winners are the Llama Costume Girl and the Super Warrior, although my favorite is still probably the Drone Boy. The Sea Rescuer, Piñata Boy, and Space Fan also deserve shout outs! (Meanwhile, my boring list consists of the 80s Musician, Pajama Girl, and Nunchucks Kid. Knight, Pirate, and Viking get by as army builders. The other four are very middle of the road.) Well, those are my opinions, anyway. Which ones are your favorites?
  14. So now for my favorite set of the year so far... More picts on Instagram After Lego released really awesome Chinese New Year sets last year but only in, like, the area around China, it was really cool that they came up with another wave that got a worldwide release. I gotta be honest; I'm not super familiar with the traditions depicted here, but the builds were a lot of fun and the piece selection is great, so I had to go all in for this set. You get a stellar 8 minifigs in this set. Yeah, the torsos get reused (as do the legs, both on the figs and the lions) but they really help set the mood for the celebration. Highlights are the red scarf and the new mouse / rat costume head. The band area is pretty basic, but using the bulky space wheel for a drum was imaginative. The dance stage itself is pretty basic, but the design is also sturdy and allows for a lot of Lion poses. The biggest draw to this set are the Lions themselves. You get five of them; the builds are all the same but the colors vary. You have two yellow-on-gold lions, two white-on-red lions, and one red-on-white lion. The sides of the bodies have very awesome printed curved slopes to help detail the fabric designs with a few specialized plates to resemble the tassels. The legs are just minifig legs stuck into a 2c6 brick; it's a design I've used plenty of times as a kid but I don't think I've seen it used like this in sets before. (Somebody pointed out an Alpha Team robot inserted legs into a 1x2 brick, but not something like this to make a quadruped.) It's kind of a shame you can't fit out the full performers beneath the costume, but it fits for the scale. The most ingenious design is the head which uses some pieces in interesting angles to a great effect. The forehead is a boat stud attached to a clip that's squeezed into place by a robot arm; it all works a little too well! And then you have the banana eyebrows, the frog ears, and the awesome new balljoint eye printing. And then a simple but effective jaw with printed quarter circle tiles. There are a lot of nice recolors here, but I kind of don't want to take apart the lions to use them! The largest build here is the temple design. It's not quite as intricate as the one from the larger Chinese New Years set, but it still makes for a nice addition. It had great color blocking, the the orange tiles contrasting against the Keetongu-orange roof, topped with golden frogs. The teal highlights on the red pillars are also a nice touch, but I particularly like the printed bricks in the top arch, which make for a very ornate design. It's not an overly complex build but it's sturdy and really stands out, making it a fine addition to the set. While it is a bit early in the year, this set has been the best of the 2020 batch that I've picked up so far. There's lots of great designs from the lions to the temple. There's a lot of playability with the figs and the stage. And when you finally are willing to take them apart, there are a lot of useful pieces too. (Only new mold is the mouse helmet, I believe, but there are more useful recolors and printed elements than I'd want to list out.) The price of $79.99 USD is a bit hefty, but for 882 pieces it's still a good deal. Still, an easy recommendation.
  15. Oh hey I think I'll actually review a set I've picked up from this year... More picts on Instagram Okay, this is one of Ninjago's more substantial figs packs. 9 figs for $29.99? Not bad! Well, okay, the builds are bad, polybag level IMO. But the weapons and accessories more than make up for it. We've got katana in gold, silver, azure, pale green, red, and orange all in one set. And the new gamepad weapon hilts are super fun! Not to mention that pink sword that does fit loosely into an axle hole. And more of the Ninjago blades pack in trans green! This set is great for the figs and accessories, but mostly supplemental when it comes to actual sets. $30 for 218 pieces is a bit steep, after all, so this is really targeting minifig enthusiasts. (I'm one, so it still works out for me.) For the figs... you get four of the Ninjas. Jay is in his new Digi outfit, very cool looking with the blue and white and cyber face, but he shows up in a bunch of other sets. Cole and Nva get their generic Avatar forms here, which is cool because they didn't get the arcade pods like Jay, Kai, and Lloyd... of course, their torsos are common City ones so nothing too exciting. The highlight of this set is Pink Gi Zane; I guess it's supposed to be his avatar, but it's placement in the set makes it look more like a display, so who knows who he's supposed to be character wise. Still, it's a great callback to a one-shot fig from the early years of the TV show. (Second year but first season... the numbering of the TV seasons irks me.) The baddies here are Red Visor and Richie, both who appear in other sets but still come with the trans orange icons and such. Richie is interesting with his custom head and wields a game controller weapon too. Scott has a fancy pale blue outfit, and while Okino is in a very generic white robe, he comes with the new ponytail hair piece, which is fun because the ponytail includes a bar element that can be gripped. The final fig is the Harumi avatar; I first thought she was in a prisoner's uniform, but I guess it's actually more of a standard orange jumpsuit. Dunno if this is supposed to represent her returning to the series or just a depiction of her... haven't actually caught up on the last few seasons of Ninjago. There are three marketplace stands, which look even less interesting because I didn't apply stickers. One is a standard red / black arch, but I couldn't ruin the nice 6x6 teal tile with a sticker, so it stayed blank. Then you have the weapons market, which has a lot of the green blades attached to it. Some interesting connections, but still fairly simple. The "Item Market" is even more generic with basic bars making up a hat stand (and a place for pink Zane to stand). It's neat to get a lot of headgear to customize your figs, but display wise it's filler. I mean, not a whole lot to really say about this set. Great figs and accessories. Lousy builds. But I think for the price and number of figs, that's to be expected. I am interested in getting a couple more of the substantial Ninjago Prime Empire sets to see how they build out the theme.
  16. More photos on Instagram So I am not an Overwatch fan by any regards. Never played the game, was only barely aware of the characters before the Lego sets were announced. I'll admit that some of the figs have been mildly appealing, but most of the models didn't look that great to me. Well, except this one; the two Mechs look awesome, and having one in pink is another major draw, because I think that'll be a first for an official Lego set. (Why haven't we seen a Friends subtheme with pastel colored mechs and spaceships!?!) So I picked this set up last spring, but set it aside for the chance to do a livestream of it eventually... only now livestreams are more complicated than I can easily pull off, so I'm transitioning to blog / Instagram picture reviews. Horray. First is Reinhardt's mech. I am getting serious Sauron vibes from his helmet, and the bulky mech fits the same mood. I especially like the detailing textures on the torso, and the arm shoulder pad elements are quite striking. (Seriously, I'm thinking of a lot of fun things do with them in greater quantities; shame I'm late to the game with this set.) I also like the clean way the fig just easily slides into the torso, with the neck piece flipping down to secure him in nicely; it's a cool design that beats the Nexo-Knight mini mechs from a few years ago. However... posability is an issue. The legs are okay; there's no knee joints but that's standard for Lego system mechs. But the arms... there's a balljoint at the shoulder, but only a restricted swivel plate at the elbow and nothing for the wrist. It limits posing options, especially when trying to adjust him with the hammer in hand. It's a solid look, yes, and I don't know how to improve the mobility while keeping it to the same scale... but all the same, it's a bit disappointing. D.Va's pink mech is far from a standard mech. (I'm assuming it's true to the game, but again I never played it so that's not a big issue for me.) It's kind of like a mix between a spaceship and a mech with a rabbit theme, complete with ears and jumping legs. I was concerned with the legs because the feet are loosely connected via rods, which doesn't seem like a solid stand at all. But overall, they're actually pretty sturdy and hold the model up well. Not the most posable, but they suffice. The arms use Mixel joints and are a bit short, but they work well enough given that they're mainly restricted by the big pink side fins. I'll give some props for the cockpit and screen having an unconventional look, but the original instructions just have an empty space in the center where you toss the fig in without any points of connection. No studs for the feet, no bars for the hand, just a loose fitting fig. This didn't work for me at all, so I replaced a tile on the interior with one of the feet panels used for the mini-dolls, this giving the fig in the mech a bit of a connection. It felt like a weak and pathetic oversight, and the fact that I was able to put together an alternative design with ease makes me wonder why the official designs did without it. (I mean, probably from a playability stance it's too complicated to attach the fig... but gosh they should've done something instead of nothing.) It's a different style of mech, but I think it works, and the vibrant pink color makes it stand out too. For $39.99 USD and 455 pieces, this set is a good value, especially when it has some rare pink elements and that exclusive shoulder armor piece. Oh, and the figs look great too; I like the bubblegum look with D.Va. Certainly a worthwhile set, and you don't even need to be a fan of the game to appreciate it. (I assume if you are a fan then you probably appreciate it even more.) I'm mostly disappointed in myself for not building this sooner. I also have the unopened Overwatch Wrecking Ball set which I'm looking forward to finally building; will probably post a short review for it too.
  17. Photos on Instagram I've honestly not purchased a lot of Friends sets in recent years. First I started collecting from the theme because of the new pastel colors, but the novelty kinda wore off after a while (and I started focusing on the Elves theme instead) so I haven't picked up any. But this set had a few fun pieces that I was interested to get. And besides, I've always been tempted by submarine sets. The figs are... honestly I don't care, which is kinda unusual for me. The designs and hair pieces are nice but I have no real need for the minidolls. (I hear this is a scene directly from the show though, and the other character is actually an antagonist, so that's cool.) Indeed, the bigger drawl was the wildlife. The adult dolphin isn't new but I love the mold so I can appreciate another one. The baby dolphin is a great addition too, and actually has better connection anti-studs, so more versatile. Plus, the pack of coral-colored sea life is great, with fish, clams, seahorses, starfish, and an octopus; these are super fun and I can't wait to find a way to incorporate them into a MOC. If we're also looking at new molds, the teal seaweed / coral elements also greatly interests me. The plethora of pins and attachments is inspiring me to have fun with these somehow. I am a bit disappointed that they are very much unsymmetrical, but that just adds further challenges to using them in builds. And the angles are quite fun to experiment with. You get three pieces in this set, which is a nice start, but I'm thinking I'll need a lot more to really come up with something crazy. (And I've apparently angered a lot of folks in LUGBulk by making these my part choice. Hehehe.) The first big build is the submarine, which is well rounded and compact. It's not a super intricate build by any standards, but the rounded doors in the back and the bubble window are positioned quite well, and the setup inside to seat the minidoll works quite well. It's a bit of a junorized built but it works well. My biggest gripe is that the arms on the front are too short to really be useful. (I'm sorry, I'm nostalgic for the Aquazone subs and their lanky arms.) The two mini-builds that you build before the sub, on the other hand, are forgettable. The landscape piece is very simple (and I guess it has a cloth that reveals a treasure map when it gets wet... I didn't really deal with that element.). The underwater scooter also positions the propeller right beneath the diver's belly, which seems unsafe. The best part of the build was the sunken ship wreckage. It was kinda fun building a mini pirate ship and then covering it with sealife. The stern of the ship has a neat technique that angles it upward pretty nicely, but the bow's angled attempt is a much weaker connection that is prone to breaking whenever the model gets moved. There are a few hiding spots for fish and the baby dolphin built around the ship, and the mast has an action feature where it can fall down and pin the dolphin, which necessitates the need for the sub to swing by and help them out. It's also not a super complex design, but it really does a great job at setting the undersea location. Very well done. For $39.99 USD, only 363 seems a little low, but the coral, dolphins, and sea life elements bring up the value. It's also the second cheapest set for the teal coral and baby dolphin, the cheapest set for the coral colored sea life elements, but it has them all in one set. Plus, the sub and sunken ship are fun designs and add a lot of play value. Yeah, it won't win set of the year, but it's a modestly priced set that does a great job at bringing out the Friends underwater adventure. And it's been a while since a Friends set caught my eye, so I'd say it's worth it. (Granted, I bought it nearly six months ago but only recently put it together, so I guess I wasn't that hard pressed for the pieces.)
  18. So I'm still too lazy to do proper front page reviews with custom pictures, write-ups, and massively edited video... and also we've stopped doing Youtube Livestreams. But I still have a backlog of sets I want to build (and talk about) so I'll be posting a few more brief blog reviews with images via Instagram! (Since Flickr has it's whole image count thing). So without further ado... Ninjago's 70678 Castle of the Forsaken Emperor More Instagram photos and videos Gotta be honest, I picked this up for the cool minifigures and then for the pieces, but the build itself is actually pretty neat too. It's $99.99 for 1218 pieces, so a bit pricy but still a decent value. It comes with 7 figs, a dragon, a guard tower, and a "castle". The figs are good. The Ice Emperor has some neat printing on him and enough hints to verify that it is actually evil Zane. (Haven't quite caught up on the show, don't know how he turned out this way but just know that he did.) The other Blizzard minions are okay but again fairly generic; azure katanas for the win though. Cole is a nice grab, and this is the version of Lloyd with the could energy helmet which was a huge want for me. But the fox-like Akita steals the show for the figs here; good printing but also an excellent helmet. The guard tower is so-so; it has a little mini prison on the bottom, but the cooler design is the functional crossbow at the top. (I mean, it doesn't function like a crossbow but it looks really close and the spring loaded launchers handle the action feature well enough.) The main castle involves an icy throne with two towers rising up to the sides. The ice detailing on the throne is cool and I like the use of the printed flags as roof elements. But the coolest part is the action feature. Place the ninja in the ice spikes and push the lever; the two towers split out to reveal the throne, which has ice blasts shoot up behind it. Best of all, the spikes in the front spin, so when you put Lloyd in his tornado it looks like his Spinjitzu causes the towers to slide away as he approaches the emperor. I think this is the cleverest incorporation of Spinjutzu into a Ninjago set ever. Very fun. Of course, the true highlight of the set is the dragon. To be fair, there have been a few other brick built Ninjago dragons who have used a similar design with the wings before (NRG Green Dragon pops to mind) but this is the first one I've picked up like this and I'm totally impressed with it. In addition to decent posability, the icy color scheme totally works. Only real downside is that the head is a bit small and doesn't stand out compared to some of the other dragons we've seen out of Ninjago. But it is still up there as a great model and I've already taken it to work to display on my desk. Woo. Overall, I think this is a very worthwhile set, capturing a lot of great things from Ninjago and mixing it with the cool icy theme. It's a little expensive, yes, but if you can handle the price I'd totally recommend this. Anyway, thanks for reading, planning to go through a couple of other 2019 sets that I've been hording and post some pictures and reviews.
  19. So we are now on the third wave of Collectible Minifigures featuring DC characters, only this time it's not branded as coming from The LEGO Batman movie. I'm personally a bigger fan of the generic CMFs so the increase in licensed themes isn't always to my tastes, but I'm a sucker for good figs so I wanted to collect some. Granted, I haven't had the most luck so far with these... LEGO Online order gave me two Green Lanterns and Joker (the latter who I did not want.) When I visited the LEGO Store, I mistook Mr. Miracle for Cyborg (stupid chain) and ended up getting two of him. I also traded with another AFOL who claimed he was handing me a Bumblebee, but he mis-felt the bag and it was actually Bat Mite (who I also don't care for). So I've had a pretty high miss rate on these so far; it doesn't help that the new stand element and jumper plates just add to the confusion while feeling. But I did open a few of them that I wanted so here's a little mini review More Photos on Instagram First off, the new stand elements are pretty great. They do a good job at proving a new angle for fig displays, and they can connect together to form a fun chain or circle eight together to make a full octagon. Better yet, most figs come with two of them! I say most... but not those with capes. For whatever reason, the figs with capes have their parts double bagged, and the double bags do away with spare parts, so no extra stand element. I dunno if this applies to all batches, but so far it was that way for the caped figs I opened. Modestly disappointing. Stargirl: Very nice fig with lots of great printed details. The end of her staff is also a new sparkly trans orange element, one of the few new molds in this series. (Which kinda sucks, a price increase but few new molds... although I'm sure licensing costs contribute.) I've read some arguments that the hair piece is not fitting for the character. I guess it kind of works, but honestly it's not my favorite mold in general and I think it's overused. When feeling for her, she's the only one with a 4L bar. Metamorpho: I like the distinct coloring they've given to his various limbs made of different elements; I'm particularly a fan of the trans clear leg. The magenta fist is a cool element, and also the one to feel for, although it's a bit of an unusual shape to recognize. Green Lantern: Honestly, I'm not familiar with the Simon Baz version (I've been told he's missing his revolver), but another Green Lantern variant isn't so bad. The printed green ring tile attaches well to the hand clip piece, which is a better representation of the rings than with previous figures where they just held the tile flat. (Plus, you get two of em!) The new lantern element isn't bad either, with a few useful connection points. The big lantern, the 1x1 round tile, or the hand clip pieces are the ones to feel for... unfortunately SInestro has those exact same pieces too, and the only difference between the two is that Sinestro has the extra hair piece, making it challenging to tell them apart. Aquaman: This is apparently true to one of the comic versions of Aquaman, so props there. I particularly like the new mold they created for his hook hand, and a new fish in pale green's not so bad. (Although the hairpiece is new to me, apparently it was used on the Aquaman fig from the sets last year... whoops.) The fish is the piece to feel for, although the hair piece could get confused for Wonder Woman's or Huntress's. Mr. Miracle: Honestly I don't know anything about this character, but when I showed my co-workers the lineup of the series, they were all like "Mr. Miracle is in there? Awesome." He comes with lots of fancy printing and a cape... which means his parts are double bagged and you get no extra fig stand thing. He comes with a long chain and handcuffs (okay, he came with two handcuffs but not two stand elements... boo). Now, getting the chain wrapped around him like in the images is a bit challenging, but doable. When feeling, the chain is the piece to feel for, but since he has the cape he'll also have the bag within a bag, so that kinda helps narrow him down. (As I mentioned earlier, I mistook him for Cyborg, who also has a shorter chain but presumably no secondary bag.) Huntress: Honestly, of the figs I've gotten so far, she's my favorite. I really like the detailing with the cape, utility belt, and printing. Hair mold is a reuse but new in black. She also has the cape problem so no extra pieces, so feel for the crossbow in the bag within the bag. Yeah, not the easiest to figure out, and she's among the rarer ones too. Cheetah: I guess I'm not super big into the old comics, because I'm used to the CHeetah from the animated shows and now this version. She has a great cat costume with excellent cheetah patterns printed on her torso, legs, arms, tail, and hat. The bag is just a recolor, but the dollar sign print on it will make it useful for some displays. (Personally, I've never been a fan of this cumbersome bag piece, but whatevs.) I guess technically the hat with cat ears is a new piece, although it's very reminiscent of other CMF costume helmets. IMO Cheetah could easily pass off as a generic costume character, but I guess this works for her comic book variant too. The piece to feel for is probably that bulky bag element, but the tail is also a unique if tricky to identify piece. And maybe the hat if you can figure out the rounded ears. I'm still on the hunt for Bumblebee and Jay Gordon, and maybe on Batman and Cyborg. So far most stores in my area don't have this figs yet; they're still trying to sell off their S19 and Disney S2 figs. At the Lego store, I know I felt through nearly a whole box and didn't once come across Batman or Bumblebee, so they might be tricky ones to figure out. I don't want to collect the likes of Superman, Wonder Woman, or Sinestro; I also don't want Joker or Bat Mite but I already have copies of them, so I'll keep their bags unopened for possible trades in the future. Overall, this is a good wave of figs but I'm still not motivated to get them all, so I guess I get to save a little bit of money, heh.
  20. Another quick set review, picts from Instagram! More Images on Instagram This set is $49.99 with 604 pieces. I'd been eyeing this Spider-Man set for a while now, but it was a little too spendy and I had my eye on other sets. Besides, I've already got Spider-Man and Venom, and Spider Gwen wasn't super detailed, so I tempted my expectations. But then I got it as a birthday present, so it all worked out in the end! The figs are okay. Spider-Man and Venom are great; super detailed, nice printing. I had versions from the 2013 set, and while the new ones have finer details, I could've gone without. (Plus, you know, Spideys in half the Marvel sets now days anyway.) Aunt May was also a letdown because she's made from previously released pieces, so there's nothing really exciting about her. Spider Gwen / Ghost Spider is the real exclusive here; she's a bit more plain than I was expecting; the torso / arms lack any pink highlights (well, the arms lack it... I didn't realize the body had some printed but that's because it's hidden by the hood.), although they are used on the eyes. She's okay, but knowing the kinds of crazy details they can do on figs nowadays, she's a bit of a letdown still. The first two builds are kinda boring. Gwen has a flying surfboard thing; maybe it's from the comics but I don't recognize it. The Spider Mech is okay for a smallish mech; it's a nice balance between blue and red, but still a little plain. Best part is the webbing bars around the cockpit. But the large Venom mech is very impressive. Although the interior has some bright colors, the outside is mostly black with occasional white highlights... and that amazing red tongue. The head design is awesome, and they even cleverly use the round printed CCBS armor for the eyes. The whole thing has a smooth, muscular look to it, and totally sells that the character is a massive Venom out on a rampage. Biggest problem is that the ankle connections are by a loose pin; I'm sure it was designed that way to properly angle the feet on a flat surface without having to resort to a ball joint, but I feel like he comes with some weak ankles that can make posing difficult. This is a very good Marvel set, and $50 for 600+ pieces is a good value. The Spider-Man, Ghost Spider, and Venom figs are all well designed and worth adding to your collection, and the Venom Mech build is great. (Spider Mech, not so much. Plus, does Spider-Man really need a mech? Following the Lego trend of giving him a vehicle he doesn't really need.) I'm sure it looks even better with all the stickers, but I didn't add them because I'm probably going to reuse the pieces eventually. Anyway, it's a worthwhile set.
  21. I think my new way to do set reviews will be via Instagram. Sure, I'm limited to square photos only, but it's the easiest at the moment. There's not exactly a ton of room for text, but I can elaborate here if I really want to! More pictures and videos on Instagram This set is $59.99 and has 447. I totally got this set for the Triceratops. The coloring of the dino is new, but I believe the mold was reused from the 2012 Dino theme. And we've had three or four waves of dino sets since then, but we haven't had a real herbivore since 2012. (Yes, I realize there was one Jurassic World dino last year that was technically a herbivore, but it basically reused the body of the raptors, so I'm disqualifying it for my argument.) The dino itself is great; posable legs and neck, to a degree. Big, bulky, and expensive, so there is something to be said of cooler brick-built designs... but hey I wanted a triceratops and now I've got one. Desire achieved! The rest of the set is fairly bland. The figs are okay, but nothing stellar. (I mean, half are PoC so I guess that's good. It's based off some new Lego cartoon that ties in with the movies... I don't really care for either so I don't have much to say about them.) It comes with a basic 4-Wheeler for Chris Pratt, but the carrot on a stick feature is funny. It comes with a collapsible fence for the triceratops to break thru. (Seriously, all the Lego Jurassic park fences are terrible, it's like they don't even want to keep the dinos contained!) It comes with a mini Jurassic World gate and some other things like a sign and trash can. Meh. The ride itself looked fairly basic, but I'm spoiled after things like the Roller Coaster and Ferris Wheel. After putting together the spinning ride, I have to say that it is pretty satisfying, and makes good use of the new gear plates. It would fit well in any amusement park, even with the dino egg theme it has going. Is the set worth it? Absolutely not. The price for the big triceratops mold and the licensing fees make this way too expensive for what you get; it feels like a $40 set, not a $60 set. If you can get it for sale, then maybe. If you absolutely want the Triceratops (like me) then it's okay, but honestly I think it might be the weakest of the Jurassic World sets from this wave. I have trouble recommending this set when there are a bunch of others to choose from. It's a $60 Triceratops and parts pack, basically, but the ride is still fun to put together. (And it's not like the concept isn't used elsewhere; I think a Harry Potter has the exact same feature.)
  22. This is the review topic for my story Nuparu's Folly. Sorry if this is kinda not what you wanted but I really did like the idea of writing about Krahka so here we are. Tell me what you like and dislike. New entries should be in every week, if not, the week after.
  23. {Main Story Topic} Pretty self-evident, I think. Questions, comments, reviews, all is welcome.
  24. Hello everyone. I´ve decided to review all the Dark Hunters that didn't came in set form or in any combiner set or instructions (and the reason is basically beacause I don't have them), but who knows? I might review them later on. So okay lets go to the main point. I've posted this because I thaught it could be something interesting because there almost no reviews of the Dark Hunters. I don't promise I'm gonna review them all because I don't have all the pieces but I'm gonna try my best. So don't fell any obligation to watch this. But if you decide to watch it, I hope you enjoy it. "Ancient": "Charger": "Darkness" "Hordika Dragon": "Shadow Stealer": "Tyrant": "Seeker": "Dweller": "Amphibax": "Mimic":
  25. This is where you can discuss Bionicle: Shadows Of Artakha, or offer advice and feedback. Positive or negative, I will happily take it all. Please feel free to follow this topic, if you fancy! Here's a link to the actual thread! http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/26400-bionicle-shadows-of-artakha/
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