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LEGO Reviews & Comparisons

Reviews and comparisons of various interesting LEGO elements and custom parts. If you would like to request or write a review contact us! 🙂

Brick Breakdown: LEGO Statue of Liberty

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(Written by William) I was very excited when I heard LEGO was going to release a new Statue of Liberty set. I had been in the middle of my dark ages as a fan when the big #3450 LEGO Creator Statue of Liberty was released. My anticipation grew as I found out that this time […]

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Brick Breakdown: App-Controlled Batmobile

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(Written by William) When LEGO fans (including myself) first heard about the #76112 LEGO App-Controlled Batmobile, there was great excitement about its potential. However, when images of the set were finally revealed, we were all scratching our heads. The price seemed high, even with the new LEGO Powered Up components, and the vehicle didn’t look […]

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Mbriks – magnetic bricks at Kickstarter

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I was recently introduced to an interesting LEGO compatible product that is currently on the last days of its Kickstarter campaign. Creator, Evan Grove, contacted me and asked if he could share a bit about the project with our readers. Evan also sent me a sample of his product, so I could test it out […]

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LEGO City Arctic sets review – Part Three

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(Written by Geneva – gid617) In the last part of my review of the LEGO City Arctic sets (see LEGO City Arctic Sets Review – Part Two) I mentioned that the explorers needed somewhere where they could take a break from their exploration and get a bite to eat, a nap, maybe a game of […]

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO Pirate Roller Coaster

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(Written by William) It is rather unfortunate that the #31084 LEGO Creator Pirate Roller Coaster was released so close to the massive #10261 LEGO Creator Roller Coaster. Fans of roller coasters are naturally going to compare the two sets, resulting in the #31084 LEGO Creator 3-in-1 Pirate Roller Coaster getting relegated as the poor-man’s option. […]

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO BOOST Toolbox

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(Written by William) I must admit, when the #17101 LEGO BOOST Creative Toolbox was released last year, it went completely under my radar. It was out for months before I even knew it existed. However, once I found out about it, I couldn’t help but drool over the idea of playing with it. Up to […]

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LEGO Cloud City & Fire Station reviews

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As we discussed last week, two new exclusive LEGO sets are now available for LEGO VIP members, ahead of the official release data on October 1st. The sets are the #75222 LEGO Star Wars Betrayal at Cloud City, and the #10263 LEGO Winter Village Fire Station. For many LEGO fans, one or both of these […]

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Comparing LEGO Star Wars Cloud Cities

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A few days ago, LEGO announced the upcoming #75222 LEGO Star Wars Betrayal at Cloud City (see the press-release here: LEGO Star Wars Betrayal at Cloud City). While the set is large and impressive, and it has been 15 years since we got the last LEGO Star Wars Cloud City set, the announcement attracted quite […]

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO BrickHeadz system

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(Written by William) You might have noticed that there is a deluge of LEGO BrickHeadz on store shelves from every possible franchise that LEGO has an affiliation with. The sets offer some interesting printed pieces, but other than that, they appear strange, blocky, and unappealing to many LEGO fans. I must admit, I wasn’t exactly […]

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LEGO Powered Up questions & answers

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With the launch of the new LEGO Power Functions 2.0 (now referred to as LEGO Powered Up) system in the #60197 LEGO City Passenger Train, #60198 LEGO City Cargo Train, and #76112 LEGO Super Heroes App-Controlled Batmobile, a lot of questions and concerns surfaced from the LEGO fan community. Ambassadors of the various recognized LEGO […]

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