Discussion in 'The Toyark' started by Boy who screams, Apr 20, 2008.
What were the color schemes of the good guys and the bad guys?
The good guys were fairly non-descript kids; the main one had what looked like vitiligo or a birthmark over his eye, and there was a punk/goth girl. Nothing too out there about them. The main kid had a pet green blob thing. The main bad guy (I think they called him Night Hunter) was in all black and purple; you couldn't see his face, but he wore a big pointed witch hat with a giant eye on it. He also had a hook hand. His minions were similar, all in black and purple.
This might help to some extent.
Weird to me that they mix one pair of Pixar figures in with 16 Disney figs. I know they mixed them in the first series as well but then it was at least a higher ratio (4/18).
Kinda wish they’d keep the Disney sets all Disney and then release a dedicated all-Pixar set. But I guess mixing them makes better marketing sense.
Just some random fun
This is probably one of my favorite LEGO sets to come through my doors thus far.
Love the little LEGO boxes lol
Think I will order the Viking Ship to get Tahu
Ooh that is an awesome set. Was it a GWP or an older set?
I'm not sure, its set 3221.
Hoh no!! Fred!!
Thanks. Bricklink shows it as a City set that came out in 2010.
If a Lego idea reaches 10,000 backers, does that mean it will be made?
No. It is only eligible to go before a review board. If 30 ideas in that time frame get to 10000 only one maybe two will see a release. Also they are licensing fees or IP holders that can squash its chances.
OK, Just that the Shrek set that was put up reached 10,000 backers. Even the guy who created it wants to do a Minifigure Series of Shrek.
New helmets leaked
How awesome would it be if Lego got the license to do Mega Man helmets? I would definitely buy Mega Man, Protoman, X and Zero.
Those are pretty cool. I might have to get Rex's.
So I ended up with some extra minifigure peices last year I dont know what to do with lol
Theres literally every genre here from Darth Vaders to Santa Clauses and everything in between. This is not including all the sharks, dinosaurs, horses, trolls and other animals lol plus the hundreds of tools, weapons and accessories.
Make some crossovers! Medieval Darth Vader, deep sea diver thor, the worlds your oyster!
I had sworn off LEGO over a decade ago when it got too pricey for me and I got frustrated with covering Star Wars. Then a friend told me that the Galaxy Explorer was half off at WM and I found it was also on their site, so I caved, 1200+ with a build that speaks to so much of what I like to do in LEGO for $50. My girlfriend had never built any LEGO before and this seemed like a bonding experience. A day later it went off sale. It arrived in good shape (I told a friend about the sale and WM sent him someone else's package by accident, so I am lucky enough), and a day later we cleared the coffee table and got to it. It's a great build, very much a love-letter to LEGO's last 40 years, it has some great new ideas going on. It took about 4 hours, although the first hour went slowly showing my girlfriend how to work with various bricks and Technic goodies. Instructions were colorful and informative, nothing was wrong or terribly confusing. The finished build was surprisingly not flimsy, everything works pretty well and looks great, and the airlock in back is the icing on the cake. No stickers, it's all printed, and there's some great tile graphics. This is possibly my final LEGO build ever, and I'm glad I have it, but at 20"x12" I am not sure where it's going to go.
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