Welcome To Apocalypseburg! Set Review
Jan20

Welcome To Apocalypseburg! Set Review

After the DUPLO® invasion, Bricksburg has become a shell of its former self. Many of the residents of this once vibrant city now live in the wastelands dubbed Apocalypseburg. The center of which is a ramshackled citadel. Welcome To Apocalypseburg! is the first direct to customer set based on The LEGO® Movie 2 and what an epic set it is. Inspired by the classic apocalyptic image of a fallen Statue of Liberty, the 3000 plus piece set is...

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Personalised Penwizard LEGO Book Review
Jan18

Personalised Penwizard LEGO Book Review

Just before Christmas I featured a personalised LEGO® book from Penwizard, in which you could create your own minifigure and have it featured in your very own one-of-kind Search-and-find book. The guys at Penwizard have since been in touch to see if I’ll like to take a look at one of the books. They have kindly created the LEGO City: Where’s Adam? book which will not only provides a valuable resource should I ever go...

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76127: Captain Marvel & The Skrull Attack Set Review
Jan17

76127: Captain Marvel & The Skrull Attack Set Review

The End (game) is near but before over 10 years of Marvel movies cumulates in next Avengers movie, the MCU is set to don a shell suit and rave about Push Pops once more, in the 90s based Captain Marvel movie. Set in 1995, Captain Marvel follows Carol Danvers, a former U.S. Air Force fighter pilot, as she turns into one of the galaxy’s mightiest heroes and joins Starforce, an elite Kree military team, before returning home with...

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LEGO FORMA Add-on Skins Review
Jan14

LEGO FORMA Add-on Skins Review

As well as the standard LEGO® FORMA set, three additional add-on skins were also made available via Indiegogo. These could be purchased individually or as part of the LEGO FORMA Super Pack. The three skins include the colourful Splash Koi, the muted Ink Koi and something a little different a shark. Each Skin pack comes in a carded envelope, which is a little unusual for a LEGO product, but I quite like that they haven’t been...

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81000: LEGO FORMA Set Review
Jan13

81000: LEGO FORMA Set Review

In September last year, the LEGO Group teamed up with crowd-sourcing platform Indiegogo to launch a new product concept. LEGO® FORMA is a set aimed squarely at adults. Not necessarily AFOLs, but adults in general. The idea being that more and more adults are turning to tactile activities they can do to unwind and relax. FORMA doesn’t introduce a new build system as such, but a new way to interact with LEGO to a create an...

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Unikitty LEGO LEDLite Torch Review
Jan11

Unikitty LEGO LEDLite Torch Review

Following the huge success of the original LEGO® Movie, it was only expected that the sequel would be supported by a wide ranging array of additional products, beyond LEGO sets. Another surprise outcome of the success of The LEGO Movie was the love shown towards the sparkles filled ex-ruler of Cloud Cuckoo Land, Unikitty. Part cat, part unicorn, Unikitty has gained a cult following, which has lead to her own TV show and range of LEGO...

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Building The LEGO Disney Castle
Jan10

Building The LEGO Disney Castle

Over the festive period, I’ve been slowly building the LEGO® Disney Castle. It’s a set I’ve admired ever since it was released in 2016. The castle is a iconic part of every single Disney theme park across the world. As a fan of the extensive collection of Disney films released over the years, I grew up with Baloo, Pinocchio and the Rescuers. As well as TV classics such as Tailspin, Chip & Dale and the legendary...

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