Tuesday, June 18, 2019
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Review: 9677 X-Wing Starfighter & Yavin 4

Series 2 of the Planets went classic, with each planet representing one of the three movies of the original trilogy. As an OT purist,...
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Review: 9470 Shelob Attacks

These last couple reviews for 2012 have been sitting on my to-do list for far too long, so I'm going to keep this one...

Review: 76060 Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum

Originally, I wanted to review 76060 Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum with a video, but it turns out that editing videos is kind of hard...

Review: 75918 T. Rex Tracker

Before we started this madness of doing a Jurassic World review every day following the release of the movie, I'd only intended to do...

Review: 75028 Clone Turbo Tank Microfighter

The Clone Turbo Tank and I have a weird history. As a vehicle, it was on the screen for probably less than a minute...

Review: 9676 TIE Interceptor & Death Star

The final "Planet" from Series 1 may not be an actual planet, but it is possibly the most recognizable orb in all of science-fiction...

Review: Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4

Is Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 worth your money now that it is discounted almost everywhere or should you spend the extra for Years...

Review: 8707 Boulder Blaster

Blah blah blah, you know you're just here for the pictures. And man are they good. Clickity clickity cloo! First off, this set is a...

Review: 9473 The Mines of Moria

In the film, The Fellowship of the Ring, the Moria is portrayed as big place. When the LEGO The Lord of the Rings...
Toy Story 7590 Box Set

Review: 7590 Woody and Buzz to the Rescue

Toy Story sets hold a special place in my heart. Not just because they capture one of my favorite movies, or come from the mighty Pixar, whose movies have set a standard that all animation, and even all movies, try to ascribe to. No, I love these sets because they created a sense of excitement in me that I hadn’t really felt since the first Star Wars sets hit. They are unique, and the first of the Disney line, capturing something that is already unique, and making it special.