This is I’m fairly certain my last pod.

It’s got a lenticular decal on the front.

What could it be?

Nope, not the Kool-Aid Man.

But a Chicken… Skater? And a Rabbit Skater sidekick. They’re like some weird after-school special of a crime-fighting duo.

According to the bag, you’re supposed to layout the pod horizontally which I believe is a first. On the side that has the plate built-in, you build what looks like a quarter pipe next to a babbling brook and some lush flora. It would be a tree stump for all we know. Oh, and there’s a trophy inexplicably placed in the side there.

the other side show… what I think is a dried riverbed, or some kind of post-apocalyptic abandoned skate park. I can’t tell. The chalk markings showing an egg and hash marks is a bit puzzling. The colorful oblong shapes are supposed to be Easter eggs I think. Given all of that, I can’t quite put a narrative together that makes any sense. Perhaps this is the side that the skating duo skate on, and not the build side, because nothing on the build side is conducive to skating other than a very small area of a partial tree stump.

I think, though, that anyone getting this set is doing it for the kid in the chicken costume, skates or no skates. The minifig is just great in a pale chick-yellow deco. This pod set was the only way to get this version of the chicken minifig. It’s really the only saving grace because nothing else about this pod makes any sense.

Does It Suck or Does It Rock?


This set rocks! Yeah, I guess it does. Pretty little chicken minifig, how I covet thee.


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