Saturday, February 4, 2023
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Review: 79100 Kraang Lab Escape

I get the honour of doing the first of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles set reviews because I'm not only the sites biggest fan...

Review: 9516 Jabba’s Palace

It was 1983 when I got my first taste of Star Wars on the big screen in the form of Return of the Jedi....

Review: The Incredible Hulk

There's something kind of sad that this is the only Incredible Hulk movie we're ever likely to get. The rights situation with the character...

Review: 21050 Architecture Studio

This set seemingly came out of nowhere. Either that or I haven't been paying that much attention. Soon after I posted about the LEGO...

Review: 3815 Heroic Heroes of the Deep

A simple, fifteen dollar set featuring both of the main characters and the villain along with an iconic vehicle from the series. Sounds like...

Review: Ori and the Will of the Wisps: The Pressure to Innovate

Sequels are tricky. And odd. Movies, books, games, regardless of the medium, creators face a difficult situation. In games especially, a player may think...
Rive Ultimate Edition

RIVE: Ultimate Edition Is On Nintendo Switch!

I said before I wanted to start blogging more about non-LEGO stuff, stuff that interested me, stuff like video games, and this is where...

Review: 70812 Creative Ambush

Lego movies have always been a little bit tongue and cheek, with self-referential jokes, puns, and silly references only fans of the source material...

Review: 75044 Droid Tri-Fighter

After fifteen years of collecting Lego Star Wars, and writing about them for the last eight, it's pretty rare for me to come across...

A Year of Polybags 194/260: 40058 Decorating the Tree Review

What a great polybag. Sponsorship This week’s set of reviews is sponsored by Brandon Griffith, one of the best LEGO artists I know. He works behind...