Don't know if anyone's seen these in stores, but since everyone's making threads of Mega blocks's products around, why not this one? For anyone who doesn't know, remember, or care ( ), Dragons Universe is the latest incarnation of the Dragons line of sets. Strangely, the formula has been changed; instead of some variation of your basic swords-and-sworcery medieval world, with orcs, elves, and the like, Universe is supposedly set in the future; knights become soldiers, swords are replaced with futuristic guns, the humans ride vehicles, and dragons have TURRETS strapped on their backs. AWESOME. The story is very basic and reminiscent of the Halo Wars line; Humans (or whatever) are good, dragons are evil, humans fight dragons, dragon-mounted guns. Very simple (I think). Currently, I only have one set, consisting of one small dragon, named Bladewing, a minifig, Captain Decimus, and one very futuristic jet vehicle, the "Rapid-Fire Dragon Fighter", or "Hawk", as the back of the box says. Both the dragon and Decimus are very good figures. As standard of these little guys, Decimus has 12 points of articulation (neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, legs, and knees). He comes with a shield and a very futuristic and overcompensatory minigun, which is actually made of a base and three translucent gun barrels. Both of them can fit in the hole on his back, freeing up a hand. alternatively, he can fit both. The Dragons Universe soldier mold is very articulate, but he's short and the shoulder pads get in the way. still, he's a good figure. The dragon has seven points of articulation, eight if you count his gun-arms, legs, tail, head, and jaw. He's a little futuristic, having a large blue gem in his chest and the DRAGON-MOUNTED TURRET ON HIS BACK. Sadly, he's not very articulate, but very poseable; (insert flame effects here XP ) The ship itself is also cool; it's futuristic, having two large chain guns, two engines with orbs and spinny....things, and an underside-mounted weapon that actually fires. The ship has a play gimmick; those "legs"? They can actually be squeezed together to form a "controller" for this little fightercraft, allowing you to play with the thing AND fire the underside mounted launcher.....unfortunately, one of the first steps in building this thing is to snap on a piece in between the legs, killing the gimmick. Fortunately, this piece CAN be removed. All in all, the set is pretty good; granted, it doesn't come with the excuse of being merchandise for something like the Iron Man and Halo figures do, but really, when has that been a problem? Unfortunately, the figures don't come in a special battle pack like the Halo guys, but they do come in smaller sets that contain either a dragon (There's also larger versions of the dragons with projectile launchers) or one of the soldiers on a speeder. Alternatively, do what I did and get one of the bigger packs, which come with bigger toys for the soldiers AND a dragon for them to fight. Also, DRAGON MOUNTED TURRETS.