“You know, it’s a bit silly having that ‘worst’ rating for this Lego 250 review series. I mean, I’m a fan. Most of the sets I bought myself. It’s a bit much to expect that I’m going to hate many of them. Anyway, let’s see what I’ve got next……………….. Ah.” Continue reading “LEGO 250 REVIEW: 76064 SPIDERMAN vs GREEN GOBLIN”
Naturally, when you hate a movie, the first thing you do is run out and buy the merch, right? In other news, the Lego Batman Movie makes the Lego 250 review list. Continue reading “LEGO 250 REVIEW:70911 PENGUIN’S ARCTIC ROLLER”
When is Lego at it’s absolute best? When it combines playability, rebuildability, and a certain insanity in its design brief.
On a completely unassociated topic, it’s time to introduce Ninjago to our Lego 250 review list. Continue reading “LEGO 250 REVIEW: 9441 KAI’S BLADE CYCLE”
Time for another Lego 250 review. It’s beyond time we left all the licencing, and special themes, and special events, and bells and whistles and falderal and gewgaw behind, and concentrated on the core of Lego’s popularity. The base upon which all other themes stand. The gold standard. The theme that lit the flame of our childhood creativity and remains central to Lego’s plan for plastic domination.
It’s time we talked Lego City.
From the futury-futureness of space, to the Lieberal Party dreamscape of the medieval past. Today’s Lego 250 review touches on one of the mainstays of the Lego empire — at least until Harry Potter came along and fucked it up for everybody — the world of knights and armour.
Space. The frontal finial. The most beloved section of my Lego collection. In today’s Lego 250 review I head to a very Terran corner of space, and one of the newest — and, honestly, best — space-based themes Lego has produced.
I’m trying to re-establish my routines and habits while I hope time and reflection will help repair the damage to my family caused by Blake’s suicide. As part of that, I’m continuing my Lego 250 reviews from where I left off. Today, I’m looking at an entire range of sets, because they’re tiny and I’m damned if I’m going to review each one separately.
Mixels. They’re totally a thing. Continue reading “LEGO 250 REVIEW: MIXELS”