Toys’R’Us will be giving free LEGO Bricktober Retro Minifigure Magnet – Ninja Princess with any LEGO construction sets or LEGO games purchase of $20 or more from October 2 – 8. Also, the following LEGO sets will be 30% off:
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Toys’R’Us will be having B2G1 Free on all LEGO construction sets and games from September 18 – 24. Excludes Star Wars and Pirates of the Caribbean.
Also, from Sept 16 – Oct 8 you can get a Free 2856134 Ninjago Shrine when you buy one of the following sets:
-LEGO Star Wars At-At Walker (8129)
-LEGO Star Wars Battle of Endor (8038)
-LEGO Star Wars Hoth Echo Base (7879)
-LEGO Disney Pixar Cars 2 Tokyo International Circuit (8679)
-LEGO Ninjago Lightning Dragon Battle (2521)
-LEGO Star Wars X-Wing Fighter (6212)
-LEGO Star Wars Battle for Geonosis (7869)
-LEGO Belville Horse Stable (7585)
-LEGO Ninjago Skeleton Bowling (2519)
-LEGO City Police Helicopter (3658)
-LEGO Star Wars Republic Swamp Speeder (8091)
-LEGO Duplo Stone Quarry (5653)
-LEGO Duplo Disney Pixar Cars 2 World Grand Prix (5839)
-LEGO Duplo Disney Pixar Cars 2 Tokyo Racing (5819)
The votes are in and we have our winners!
In first place, with a total of 48 votes, is the M-Wing Viper by ted @ndes:
In a very close second is the Iommian 7th iteration i-Fighter, codename: SPINNER by Fat Tony with 45 votes:
And finally, the f-wing fighter by bartosza6m lands in third with 32 votes:
I want to thank all the participants for their fantastic ships and the forum members who voted. There were so many great submissions that even having five votes to spread around was tough. Congratulations to everyone.
If there’s one thing I solidly love about the Clone Wars it’s the Battle Packs. And while I haven’t been following the Clone Wars TV show and I’m not entirely familiar with their current role in the Saga, the Mandalorian armor has always been a nice design, so a small well armed squad featuring them is more than welcome set.
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That’s either some secret Imperial code or the spread of Alphabet Fighters built for the contest, ordered by submission date. Possibly both. Incredible turnout for this challenge – piles of great entries and some real creativity everywhere – now is the time to pick your favorites so head to the forum and cast your vote!
This contest brought to you by every letter but N, because not a single member decided to build an N-wing fighter. Sure, you could knock one of the three Z-wings on their nose and call it a day, but that’s just adding insult to injury. The most popular choice among builders was E, with eight total variants, better than ten percent of the pool.
Empire Strikes Back, and Hoth in general, has always been a somewhat neglected area of the LEGO Star Wars line until recent years. But, starting with the somewhat infamous Hoth Rebel Base back in 2007 (has it really been that long?), the Ice Planet has been getting a little more love. The new base is the 3rd in a line of successive “bases” (2009′s 7749 – Echo Base would be the other), and is the first one that actually looks like a base.
At first glance, there’s a whole lot to love about this set. There is a gaggle of minifigs, almost all of them new or modified (our stalward Snowtroopers, thankfully, are unchanged). A lot of potential play features, and of course, a Tauntaun. Now the real question is, does all of that add up to $90, the same amount as the new Podracer set?
For most people, Darth Maul and pretty much everything he did was the highlight of Episode I. Red tattooed face? Check. Horns? Check. Double-bladed lightsaber. A million-times checked. If he would have been used in more of the movie, and had more than a couple of lines, he would have washed away the assault on our eyes and ears that was Jar-Jar Binks, but sadly, that was not the case.
What little we did see of him, outside of the very epic Lightsaber Duel, was his ship, the Sith Infiltrator. Long ago, George Lucas figured out that putting Sith in front of anything was a sure-fire way to sell merchandise. Sith Pancake Syrup? I bet there are people reading this right now that are thinking about checking Google to see if that really exists. So here we are, with LEGO testing us to see if we’re willing to fork money because they put out another Sith Infiltrator.
Ewoks are a curious thing to Star Wars fans, and how you feel about them, in a lot of ways, is based on your age. I’m in my early 30s, so I was just a little kid when I first saw Jedi in the theaters. I only have the most vague recollection of seeing the movie in theaters, and remember it more when my dad rented them all in the mid-80s. By that time, bear fever had gripped the US, with Teddy Ruxpin, Gummy Bears, and even a cartoon, Star Wars: Ewoks (which was awful, even back then).
And now, they’re set to take over again, with Ewoks appearing in their first low-end set since 2002 (they were actually redone in Endor Bunker, but more on that later). At $25, this certainly isn’t a cheap set. Is a tree and a couple of Ewoks, along with a speederbike, worth your money?
The Geonosian Starfighter is the redesign of a somewhat less-than-iconic ship, a small set with a less than small price. At $30 USD ($35 with the Toys-R-Us tax), so at 20 cents per piece, this may be one of the most expensive Star Wars sets, part-for-part, ever made. The question that needs to be answered is: was it worth the money?