theone wrote:Aharown wrote:
They could do well, actually. Remember Bionicle.
hey i like bionicles it was like techics for 9 yea olds
Draykov wrote:I still don't quite get the appeal (I was convinced the theme was going to tank), but I understand that this line isn't aimed at me. Kids these days.
Draykov wrote:Well, it's official if there was any doubt left. Ninjago is doing great...even better than LEGO expected.
I still don't quite get the appeal (I was convinced the theme was going to tank), but I understand that this line isn't aimed at me. Kids these days.
MrCRskater wrote:I'm in the "adult" camp that doesn't much care for the premise of this line, it's mostly the skeleton baddies that kill it for me. They're sort of cartoony and over-done, and the idea of "ninjas vs. skeletons" is just too out-there for me (like Draykov said, kids these days!). If this was ninjas only, it would be a very different story.
I do like the ninja figs, and have contemplated trying to collect just those, but I ain't payin' $10 for a fig, spinner, and 3 playing cards. And it appears the impulse sets/polybags only feature the red ninja. Bummer. . .
Tyrant wrote:Side question that I hope hasn't already been answered. Are the figures in the spinner sets regular quality or are they of lesser quality?
WarlordJHW wrote:12+? Five year olds can't even find a partner to play this. You have to spin it by hand!
Five year olds can't even find a partner to play this.
You have to spin it by hand!
Robzula wrote:Edit: Here you go.
Season one was a four part mini-movie along with six online shorts. The movie was originally only two parts but was split into four when they aired on CN, hence the discrepancy on the 8/10 episodes.
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