Sometimes you buy a set because you love the theme. Sometimes you buy it because it looks cool. Sometimes it’s a particular colour palette, or a new part that catches your eye, or a pre-existing part is released in a new colour that excites you.
Sometimes its all of those things. To whit: Lego 250 visits the underwater realm of 60092 Deep Sea Submarine.
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Boy’s night in front of the TV led Lord 15 and I to the latest installment in the vastly-superior-to-the-lameo-live-action-ones animated DCU, the also-better-than-the-graphic-novel Batman: Hush.
And thusly, to a Mixed Movie Quote.
Pinch and a punch and a Lego 250 review for the first of the month. It’s time for the one-joke character from the first Lego Movie to show he wasn’t worth an entire movie of that one joke for himself, as the Lego Batman Movie brings its own brand of tedious charmlessness into the set building experience. But is 70904 Clayface Splat Attack any good?
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Thundercats! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Peppa Pig! Nothing that comes from anthropomorphic cartoon animals can possibly go wrong, because shutup furries and hentai doesn’t exist, right?
Or to put it another way: Oh, god. Chima.
Here’s a Lego 250 review.
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In my never-ending quest for things and stuff and junk, I turned control of my next five graphic novel reads over to Luscious, just to see what she’d pick put from my collection. Turns out it’s an endearing mix of used-to-be-Gods, Anti-Christs, Nazis, and assassins earthly and cosmic.
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Lego racist? Colonialist? Euro-centric? Have I given you that impression so far? SIDDOWN.
Welcome to Lego 250’s first peek at the tomb-looting shenanigans of Pharoah’s Quest. The Elgin Marbles ain’t got nothin’ on these babies……
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