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A Year of Polybags 95/260: 30356 Hot Dog Stand Review

Okay, I haven't smiled from a polybag build in a long time. Today's set, 30356 Hot Dog Stand, had me grinning though. It's got a...

A Year of Polybags 91/260: 40298 DJ Review

Another minifig polybag with a stand. But that's not a complaint, I just wish they made more than the handful of mostly forgettable /...

A Year of Polybags 92/260: 40300 Han Solo Mudtrooper Review

Gah! Another one! Just like yesterday's DJ minifig review, I must begrudgingly give this polybag a thumbs up simply because of it's uniqueness. And...

A Year of Polybags 94/260: 30017 Police Boat Review

Finally, a decent polybag. Today's set, 30017 Police Boat, is a fairly decent build. It's got a boat shape, it has a police officer,...

A Year of Polybags 93/260: 5004933 Build to Learn Pack Review

Okay, this is an odd polybag. First of all, it's big, almost the size of a sheet of paper. Second of all, there's no...

Side By Side Review: 10240 Red Five X-wing Starfighter and 7191 UCS X-wing Fighter

Back when Lego started making Star Wars sets I was still in my "dark age" so I missed out on a lot of the...

Review: 75005 Rancor Pit

So you went to Jabba's Palace with an elaborate, multi-tiered plan to break out your favourite smuggler/coffee table and you ticked off your host...

Review: 75058 MTT

Sometimes, it feels like LEGO is all about the remakes, but when you take a step back from the rabid fan base ledge (a...

Review: 10143 Death Star II

A long time ago, in a forum far, far away, there was a discussion of what could be candidates for future UCS models. There...

Review: 75254 AT-ST Raider

If you did a cursory glance at the LEGO Star Wars catalog, you'd think that the only thing that LEGO made in the line...