A Look At LEGO x Levi’s Clothing
Oct03

A Look At LEGO x Levi’s Clothing

This week has seen the first wave of products released as part of the new partnership between LEGO® and Levi’s. After missing out on the controversial Adidas trainers, I decided to treat myself to a LEGO-inspired denim jacket and a new hat. Both of these Levi’s items feature the new flexible LEGO patch. So I thought I may as well get my money’s worth and take a closer look at this unique addition to the iconic...

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LEGO Minifigure A Visual History Book Review
Sep30

LEGO Minifigure A Visual History Book Review

DK Books have released an updated version of their LEGO® Minifigure Visual History book. It takes a look at some of the rarest and most popular Minifigures from over the last 40 years. Throughout the book, you’ll find fun facts about certain characters and the special elements created to bring them to life, as well as a peek behind the scenes to see how Minifigures are created. The book begins in the late 70s and spans right...

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40423: Halloween Hayride Set Review
Sep29

40423: Halloween Hayride Set Review

Long before the introduction of LEGO® BrickHeadz, seasonal holidays were often celebrated with buildable characters or mini playsets. This year we have the both of both worlds with a spooky new BrickHeadz set and a mini scene. Halloween has become big business here in the UK, but much of the traditions connected to the spookiest day of the year comes from the US. Which has inspired the Halloween Hayride set. But does this little...

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LEGO ART Sets Review Round-up
Sep27

LEGO ART Sets Review Round-up

Back in August, LEGO® introduced a brand new theme called LEGO ART. As the name suggests, it’s an artistic build experience which is also part of the 18+ product line. I’ve now built all four sets and reviewed each one, which you can check out by following the links below. I hope the product line expands with additional sets as the potential to encapsulate current licensed themes as well as introduce new ones, is endless....

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31200: Star Wars The Sith LEGO ART Review
Sep25

31200: Star Wars The Sith LEGO ART Review

With a partnership spanning over 20 years, it was inevitable that Star Wars would inspire one of the new LEGO® ART sets. But with so many iconic characters to recreate as buildable art, it would be the Darkside which prevailed. Three generations of movies have each had their own big bad. From the original trilogy, it was the Dark Lord of the Sith – Darth Vader. From the prequels, it would be the menacing Sith Apprentice –...

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854049: Pumpkin & Bat Duo Set Review
Sep24

854049: Pumpkin & Bat Duo Set Review

For many years now, LEGO® has been creating various seasonal goodies. From the annual Winter Village sets to spooky BrickHeadz, just about every major holiday is celebrated with a LEGO set or two. This year will see a new style set released just in time for Halloween. The Pumpkin and Bat decorations are best described as buildable baubles. So let’s take a closer look at this fun little Halloween-themed seasonal set. Product...

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75290: LEGO Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina Review
Sep16

75290: LEGO Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina Review

Despite being an iconic location from the Star Wars universe, the Cantina found on the Tatooine hasn’t really been done justice in LEGO® form. The nearest we’ve got to capture the full force of the Cantina’s scum and villainy is the 2014 version but that’s about to change with the latest addition to the LEGO Star Wars range. The Master Builder Series Mos Eisley doesn’t do things by halves. For the first...

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