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Review: 4867 Hogwarts

At first glance, 4867 Hogwarts looks like just a poor man’s version of the full-blown Hogwarts Castle.  Even more puzzling is the fact that...

Review: 4842 Hogwarts Castle

4842 is the 4th edition of Hogwarts Castle, and will probably be the last.  At the top of the pricing schedule, this set has...

Review: 6862 Superman vs. Power Armor Lex

As far as the DC portion of the LEGO Super Heroes line goes, this is the flagship set to get. Weighing in at 207 pieces,...

Review: Rod “Torque” Redline

You won't find Rod "Torque" Redline in any official LEGO Cars set. Rod "Torque" Redline is an homage to the muscle cars out of...

Review: 8206 Tokyo Pit Stop

It's a little unfortunate that the LEGO Cars theme is centered around the second movie. I personally would have enjoyed location based sets around...

Review: 8487 Flo’s V8 Cafe

This set is probably the closest we'll get to some sets based off the first movie. Luckily, locations in Radiator Springs haven't changed much...

Review: Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7

Harry Potter: Years 5 - 7 is better than Years 1 - 4.  But by how much? The setting for this game is the last...

Review: 79002 Attack Of The Wargs

I'm very conflicted about this review. I'm going to try very hard to judge this set on it own merits, but I may veer...

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: 75038 Jedi Interceptor

Quick, what's yellow, flies, and is a totally unneeded re-release? Okay, I'm sure there are more than a few smart... um, alecks... that probably...