Friday, September 18, 2020

Review: 76006 Iron Man Extremis Sea Port Battle

This is a hard one to write an opening to. I could talk about how Iron Man 3 is now one of the highest...

Review: 4194 Whitecap Bay

Remember when I said in my review of the Queen Anne's Revenge that I always tried to make sure my reviews were prompt and...

Review: The Hobbit – An Unexpected Journey

Okay, I originally wanted to get this review done back when the movie was in theaters and fresh in everyone's mind, but we're going...

Review: 7595 Army Men on Patrol

When I was a kid, which sadly, was probably before most of you were born, I had a few favorite toys. One, of...

Review: 75019 AT-TE

Ah, the AT-TE, otherwise known as "you know what was cool, the AT-AT, we need more of that in the Prequels" walker. As I...

Review: 75187 BB-8

I'm trying to make a goal out of burning through some review backlog, so I thought I'd start with something easy by reviewing 75187...

Review: 75904 Mystery Mansion

One of the more sinister (but understandable, from a marketing perspective, I guess) things that LEGO does is spreading characters across multiple sets, so...

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: 76080 Ayesha’s Revenge

A good measure of how decent a set is going to be can be puzzled out from the LEGO Shop@Home listings... though being able...
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.