Set reviews from a builder's perspective.
A trio of Ninjago-loving InnovaLUG builders got an opportunity to take a look at the recent dragon hunters line-up, and the steampunk style of wild survival inspired them to create a series of small vignettes featuring minifigures from #70655 Dragon Pit, #70654 Dieselnaut, #70653 Firstbourne, #70652 Stormbringer, and #70650 Destiny's Wing!
Jungle Exploration sets, the latest subtheme of the ever-popular City genre, are now available worldwide! We have the opportunity of reviewing some of the highlights from this new wave of items. The Jungle Exploration Site includes 813 pieces and retails for $119.99 in the United States. It comes with an exotic array of vehicles, minifigs, and animals. Read on to explore more!
Hello, ladies and gents! Time for another Rogue One review! We'll be taking a look at Krennic's Imperial Shuttle, set number "75156." This time I decided to shake things up a bit, and cover the set in a video instead of a post. Check it out right here on our YouTube channel!
I have also included a bit of a write-up (with pictures!) about the building process, so if you'd like to see that, keep reading.
This LEGO Creator Carousel set is one of the most fun sets that I have ever built. The urge to turn the crank to power the carousel ride is irresistible, especially when you know how it all works. With so many cool pieces to work with that normally wouldn't be found together make this set a unique building experience. Watch the video review and take a look at the detailed photos that go along with our written review for the full analysis.
While the new LEGO Ninjago sets are just hitting stores, we wanted to finish up our reviews of the previous wave of sets. One such set is the Ninjago Rock Roader. Priced at $40.00 and containing 406 pieces, this set contains your usual 10-cent-per-piece. This set ranks near the top of my favorite sets for its functionality and playfulness. Read on to discover why!