JasonEffex

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  1. Thanks for the heads up! I've just ordered a few Rogul minifigs since I won't be buying either of the sets they come in.
  2. I believe he means Nexo Knights will last for as many years as they have planned. Problem is, we don't know how many years that is, for all we know Lego may have indeed planned the theme to only last two years, but I'm still hoping for longer.
  3. Nabii is Mark Stafford, a Lego designer who works on Nexo Knights, so I believe him when he says that the rumours are false.
  4. I for one hope that the rumour isn't true. As someone who became properly invested in Lego through themes such as Atlantis and Ninjago, Nexo Knights also appealed to me and I have enjoyed the sets that I have bought so far. I will say that the part of the rumour about the summer wave not being released doesn't seem like it could be true. After all, if they weren't going to be released, then why would they show up on the shop site where the official images were found? Even if the theme's run is to be cut short, I would still like to see just one more wave of sets (featuring a Monstrox minifig, of course).
  5. Not really, in both of those examples, the sets you've listed are part of a larger theme. For example, the Last Jedi sets are intermixed with the regular SW sets for the year, forming a continuous list, while the Thor sets are part of a bigger list that contains both DC and Marvel sets. The reason I think that the D2C is the missing set 70619, is because from my understanding, D2C's never appear on the initial set lists, unlike retail exclusives that sometimes do.
  6. Kai's mech looks great, and doesn't look too scaled down from the on-screen version. I hope this means that the other sets will be revealed soon. Those sets were not featured on the SinQel website where the prices and pictures of sets from most other themes were found, all the other Ninjago Movie sets were listed, which points to those sets being exclusives. I'm not sure that set 70620 is the D2C though, since I don't think that D2C sets have ever been discovered along with the set list for the regular sets, their set numbers pretty much always come with the official announcement for the set. And don't forget about missing set 70619, which I personally think is more likely to be the D2C.
  7. Following up from my earlier post, there's a lot of large sets here, two of which are over 100 euros, with the rumored Ninjago City set possibly being a third set for that price bracket. On top of that, what we're assuming are the ninja's vehicles are all above 50 euros, so while this means that there's a good chance of them being sufficiently detailed and faithful to their on-screen counterparts, collecting them all is going to be quite expensive.
  8. I really like how most of these sets look, although I might try to modify the Stone Colossus' legs when I get it. The only set I really don't like from this wave it Axl's vehicle, it's just too gappy around the back. It's a shame that the two sets from this year that I like the least are the only two that come with the amazing Rogul minifig. Yup, as seen in the show, the whole dragon can attach to a battle suit.
  9. Incidentally, the site has the set numbers in the product specification for each set, so I've matched the set numbers and prices with the list of sets that was found a while ago: 70606 GA - €9.99 70607 TT - €19.99 70608 SA - €34.99 70609 MP - €34.99 70610 JS 70611 SC - €44.99 70612 LD - €54.99 70613 NW - €69.99 70614 JJ - €69.99 70615 KM - €79.99 70616 ZT 70617 BS - €109.99 70618 ?? - €169.99 70620 NC
  10. Here's a sneaky tip if you want to minimize your chances of getting duplicates; I've found that fiddling around with the shields in the bag until you get one on its own and then shining a bright light through the bag will allow you to just barely see it's print. I've done this with four bags now and only got two duplicate shields. Having said that, it takes a while and some shields are very difficult to figure out, especially the red ones.
  11. Unless that number of 11 sets was only referring to the wide release sets and not retail exclusives. Both The Lego Movie and Lego Batman Movie lines had 3 retail exclusive sets in their first waves and I don't expect the Ninjago Movie to be any different, so that brings the total number of sets to 14 which matches up with the number of sets in this list.
  12. Set 70613 could be "Nya's Walker" , no clue as to what the earlier ones could be though. It is surprising however, that Cole's Mech doesn't seem to be on the list, and that the other five ninja vehicles are towards the bottom, leading me to believe that they may be larger sets.
  13. Looks like the movie's synopsis (from the trailer description on Youtube) has been updated: "In this big-screen NINJAGO adventure, the battle for NINJAGO City calls to action young Master Builder Lloyd, aka the Green Ninja, along with his friends, who are all secret ninja warriors. Led by Master Wu, as wise-cracking as he is wise, they must defeat evil warlord Garmadon, The Worst Guy Ever, who also happens to be Lloyd’s dad. Pitting mech against mech and father against son, the epic showdown will test this fierce but undisciplined team of modern-day ninjas who must learn to check their egos and pull together to unleash their inner power of Spinjitzu." So yes, Spinjitzu will be a part of the movie.
  14. Posted this in the movie thread as well, but here are two new images from the movie.
  15. While we wait for the trailer, here are a couple of new pictures from the movie. Lloyd looks better in this image than in the group shot, which makes me think that people will start warming up to these new designs once we get a better look at them.