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Reviews of other toy-lines compatible with LEGO; ranging from large brands to small customisers fulfilling the unique cravings of LEGO-fans! 😉

Visiting Mega Construx & questions to ask

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If you are a regular around here, you probably know that while I’m a lifelong LEGO fan, I have been also keeping an eye on the Mega Construx (formerly Mega Bloks) sets. I mostly pay attention to their collectors’ series, as I really like the fully articulated and very detailed micro action figures, and also […]

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Mega Construx 2017 summer update & more!

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As I mentioned a few times previously (see links at the end of this post), besides LEGO, I also occasionally collect Mega Construx (formerly Mega Bloks) figures. I don’t really care for their sets, as LEGO is providing plenty of building materials to work with, but I do like Mega’s small, fully detailed and articulated […]

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BrickWarriors more LEGO musical instruments

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Some time back we talked about various musical instruments available for minifigures both directly from LEGO and LEGO customizers (see: LEGO Guitars & Other Musical Instruments). Since then, LEGO customizer BrickWarriors added a couple of new instruments that I really like and wanted to share with you. 🙂 In the little medieval scene pictured above, […]

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LEGO movie posters & stained glass windows

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One of my favorite LEGO customers, EclipseGRAFX, recently released some really nice printed designs on standard LEGO 4×6 clear windowpanes. The LEGO Movie Poster Series includes small versions of LEGO movie posters for popular films, and the LEGO Stained Glass Series features beautiful stained glass windowpanes. I ordered a few of them, and I thought […]

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LEGO & Mega Bloks mini-dolls comparison

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Some of our readers who know that I occasionally collect the highly articulated micro action figures by Mega Construx (formerly Mega Bloks), and that I like the girly sets of both LEGO and Mega, asked me to compare the mini-dolls of the two companies. So let’s take a leisurely stroll to the world of tiny […]

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From Mega Bloks to Mega Construx

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There are some interesting updates on Mega Bloks I wanted to share with you today. As I have mentioned previously (see links at the end of this post), I occasionally dabble in the higher quality and very detailed Mega Bloks Collectors series sets like Assassin’s Creed, Call of Duty, Destiny, Halo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles […]

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BrickWarriors modern military minifig gear

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You have probably heard me saying before that BrickWarriors is one of my most favorite LEGO customizers. Pretty much all of my LEGO knights and fantasy warriors are equipped with BrickWarriors accessories. So far BrickWarriors mainly focused on ancient history and mythology, medieval history and fantasy, and sci-fi items, but very recently they also launched […]

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BrickWarriors hand-painted minifig accessories

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I have mentioned a number of times (see links at the end of this post), that one of my favorite LEGO customizers is BrickWarriors.com. While other LEGO customizers follow the minimalist and form-fitting style of older minifigure accessories, BrickWarriors makes chunkier armors and weapons that are more in line with modern LEGO accessories, introduced with […]

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