Every time when new LEGO Harry Potter sets were announced, we believe they would be last of it. But every time we were wrong and so, yeah, there are more LEGO Harry Potter sets coming to satisfy even the most demanding Potter heads.
Remember our post on the “UCS-style” LEGO 1966 Batmobile? Well, it is official now. It will arrive this month, on the 26th. IMHO, it is a must-have for any Batmobile collector, whether or not if you are a fan of LEGO or not because, rotatable stand.
LEGO and Land Rover seems like a match made in LEGO heaven, but yet, we have see just one official product and just one noteworthy MOC. Among the two, only one is actually based on the iconic Defender 110. And even then, not one pays homage to Land Rover Camel Trophy Defender (which usually was …
There is only one Eye of Agamotto and only a Sorcerer Supreme can possess it and utilize its power. Well, that’s only true in Marvel Cinematic Universe and not in our world. In this world, Sorcerer Supreme you need not to be to own the most power talisman because, Hasbro is more than happy to …
Ten years ago, LEGO gave the world a buildable model of one of the most endearing vehicle of all time, the 1962 Volkswagen T1 Camper Van. Ten years on, there is another 1962 Volkswagen T1 Camper Van toy. This time, its from LEGO’s competitor, Playmobil.
Good news, fans of classic Transformers. Takara Tomy has officially revealed two new Transformers Masterpiece transforming action figures, namely, Skids and Reboost. Yes. THAT Skids; NOT the messed up Bayverse’s version. The Transformers MP-53 Skids and MP-54 Reboost transforms into a Honda City Turbo and Honda City R, respectively – as seen in the original …
Remember the good’ol remote control off-road buggy from the 80s? Well, now you can relive its awesomeness… with LEGO. Folks, meet the LEGO 42124 Off-Road Buggy, a LEGO Technic off-road buggy build kit and a first LEGO Technic.
The first LEGO Harry Potter sets appeared in 2001, coinciding with the released of the first Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Warner Bros., 2001).
Like Carnage, Marvel Spider-Man’s Venom is not wearing a helmet. That is his organic head, but like Carnage, dear old Venom is getting its own buildable LEGO head sculpt anyways.
We knew it is be a matter of time before Robosen Robotics teams up with Hasbro to bring its self-transforming technology Hasbro’s Transformers. Well, you know what? The time is now.