The Friends theme has been a reliable source of unusual colors and new elements for years, but this year seems especially good. In my constant quest for cool elements and good draft sets, I stumbled upon 41335 Mia’s Tree House. This is a good one! Continue reading 41335 Mia’s Tree House
I’ve never been much of a super hero fan and I tend to give the LEGO® themes only a passing glance. Then again I’ve been really excited about the upcoming Black Panther movie, so I decided to check out one of the sets. Continue reading 76100 Royal Talon Fighter Attack
The Minecraft theme is strange. Most AFOLs really could care less for it, yet it is one of the longest running (non-evergreen) themes. Five years of sets and it took this long to introduce the humble chicken. Continue reading 21140 The Chicken Coop
I first saw rumored images of this set, I was smitten. It seemed almost too good to be true, as official sets rarely have that kind of haphazard complexity. Unfortunately for me, everyone else was in love too and it took me a bit to get my hands on the set after it came out. Continue reading 21310 The Old Fishing Store
It’s hard for me to resist the seasonal sets that LEGO® puts out. Though I’m not much of a Christmas celebrator myself, I couldn’t pass up the pair of vignettes that they released for the holiday. This week, we’ll tear into the first one (based on set number): 40262 Christmas Train Ride. Continue reading 40262 Christmas Train Ride
I was at my local LEGO® store this last weekend for a birthday party and I spied stacks of seasonal sets. I’d already missed the Halloween set, so I wasn’t going to leave without at least one of each. Lets start out with this years Thanksgiving set.
The LEGO Ninjago movie is just around the corner and wave of awesome sets has been released. Since it was my birthday last week, I decided to treat myself to one of the largest, 70618 Destiny’s Bounty. Continue reading 70618 Destiny’s Bounty