The first sets in LEGO’s interactive Super Mario theme, including a Starter Set and a couple of Expansion Sets, release globally on 1 August this year.
Treasure X is another in a growing trend of more interactive blind-packaged toys, but it stands out thanks to its excavation play and high-quality figures.
Mattel is making a play at LEGO’s dominance with licensed Pokemon sets, so I decided to take the Mega Construx Ivysaur out for an adventure around our backyard.
We check out Catwoman Catcycle Chase, one of a handful of LEGO sets created as a tie-in to The LEGO Batman Movie. How does it stack up?
The big LEGO sets get a lot of hype, but sometimes it’s the tiny ones that invoke the most artistry. We take a look at LEGO Mighty Micros.
Everyone’s going nuts over a miniature, consumer version of the BB-8 droid from Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. I’m just waiting until I can buy my own Gortys.
I finally got around to building the LEGO Star Wars Microfighters AT-AT that I bought a few months ago, so I decided to take some pictures.
My Toon Link (sorry – Link: Wind Waker ver.) Nendoroid is here, complete with a variety of facial expressions and accessories. Cute!
April’s Loot Crate theme is “fantasy” – so Game of Thrones and Dungeons & Dragons…