legofreak86

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  1. Not sure if its a tie in or they just looked at it for inspiration but Deadshot's range finder eye is printed on the right eye rather than the traditional left in the comics/animation. Much like Will Smith's movie deadshot which does the same thing. Looks like a great figure though!
  2. Thats a pity, at least its pretty close in the expression and stubble to the civil war movie.Its not as bad an offender as say Lex Luthor in the BVS sets which looks about as far from eisenberg as you can get.
  3. Theres no proof that they are reusing Starlord's face for Bucky. All we've seen is an image thats too small to pick out fine details on the characters. Until we get high-res photos we know nothing of the face print for sure.
  4. Believe it or not the spot on Kylo's face is accurate, Adam Driver (actor of Ren) does have a spot on his face in that exact place. I think he looks pretty accurate to the movie to be honest facially. Nice to have a helmetless version as he doesn't wear it all the time.
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    I dunno, it seems closer in jacket design and markings to: http://whoisdoctorwh...5/212969251.jpg with just lego adding the series 5 pinstripe red shirt cause its eye catching and its a familiar look. This jacket was the dominant jacket in 11's reign actually so it would make sense i guess cause he wore it from a Christmas Carol-The Snowmen, which was one and a half series and two christmas specials. Either way it looks unique and like 11, and who's to say he wouldn't wear that shirt with that jacket anyway.
  6. Liking the look of the figures for sure, not sure why bats has the old Mask rather than the new 52 styled one he wears in the movie, that the other Batman figure in this wave has in the batmobile set, prototype image perhaps? I mean it happened with the Harry Potter sets before where Lego's image showed a dark green robed Voldemort (which in my opinion looked cooler and was far more accurate)
  7. That's cool that we seem to be getting a regeneration set in essence but its a pity Capaldi's regular look is not included, that pretty much forces fans to buy the dimensions level pack to get the regular doctor, whether they have/want dimensions or not. I mean that's Ok for people with consoles but for a lot of people £30 for one 12th Doctor figure, the main, most iconic variant of the character is a lot of money if they don't have a console let alone the starter pack, like myself. Then again I suppose if there are more sets we might get another variant of 12 in another set. Then again that is cool cause 12 wore smith's costume (sans bowtie) for part of "Deep Breath" also, until he collapsed on the bank of the thames.
  8. I have a feeling, call it a hunch that the set will be officially revealed this week, mostly because every day leading up to Saturday the Beeb are releasing content on their doctor who site, today it was promo images, tomorrow it might be the prequel "Doctor's Meditation", Thursday it might be something else and so on and so forth. Building up to the return of the good doctor and what would be a better time to make an announcement. There's lots of anticipation towards this series and towards the Lego, with dimensions new trailer announcement for their voice cast which showed off some Who stuff, and this is the week of the newest series launch. Either way I reckon whether it be NYCC or a singular announcement we'll have something during this month or the next. Whatever this set is they'll probably want to have it out before Christmas alongside the doctor who dimensions pack as Doctor Who is a Christmas tradition(at least over here)and sales on Doctor Who merch always spike around Christmas.
  9. AH, I see, well could be worse, they got the basic shape and working off old concept art they can't get everything right. No biggie, nowhere near as disastrous as some of the muck ups they've made in other license themes (Iron Man 3 I'm looking at you). IMO the size of the thing doesn't really justify £80 but maybe in person it's larger than it looks and at least it has a nice array of figures.
  10. Funny thing is they are using the same transporter vehicle in the rogue one filming, must be something the first order acquired from the empire maybe design wise or maybe just stock of them. Judging by what they are using on set there Lego's version seems quite accurate.
  11. McGann is a great doctor full of energy, wit and charm, its the movie he starred in lots of people despise. His swansong night of the doctor (a 15 minute minisode prequel to day of the doctor) is miles better and even with only 15 minutes he proves again why he was given the role in 1996 in the first place. On topic, I think an 8th doctor figure would be cool somewhere down the line but John Hurt's War Doctor is one I desperately want! That guy is a badass, the book engines of war proves as much.
  12. I like all 13 actors and their portrayals of the good doctor, 12 is my current favourite cause he's witty and slick and dark but also has a lot of emotional and moral conflict which makes for an interesting new side for the character, something a bit more unpredictable than usual, he's still the doctor but you never quite know what he's going to do or how he's going to react. Plus he's super cool and a bit of a badass. Matt Smith's portrayal of the doctor was electrifying, one minute childish, crazy and random and the next minute deadly serious and threatening, he's young and brash but he's so ancient and wise. His speeches give me goosebumps, especially akhaten and he had one of the best final stands of any doctor. Ten is very popular its true however 11 is also extremely popular and appealing across the board, his childlike randomness and humour appeals to children and his darker tones appeal to teens/adults.
  13. I think its the simple reason of keeping the first set of a possible line up to date with the series, you get the current doctor and companion and two current villains and one previous villain and then as the new doctor is a recent change you get the previous doctor to give you more options on what to do with the set. I'm actually hoping the inside is customisable so you can change it from the blue accented series 7 tardis to the orange accented 12 tardis. I wonder if it'll have any accessories for the two doctor's tenures, like 12's chalkboard or armchair or an opening below the console where you can put in Clara's Christmas turkey as it's based off TOTD apparently. I really hope this is a proper set like the planned CB one but with better bricks/quality rather than the opening tardis Ideas submission as that was a cool idea but was far too small for £60 and just wouldn't do it justice. TBH I'm hoping lego have their game on as what they did with another iconic location: Bag End was fantastic for £60, perfectly recreated and detailed. Hulksmash: you saw the prelim, correct? What did the set itself look like as a representation of the interior?
  14. I can't believe they are charging £70 for an X-wing and £80 for the transport both of which barely look large enough to fill the £59.99 slot, I mean 3 minfigures in a £70 set? That's bonkers! I am liking the sets themselves though, all of them look quite fun and the figures are incredible! Shame it appears Lego is aiming this wave at billionaires...
  15. From the video by the looks of it the new millennium falcon has the same open up functionality of the 2011 model but far more detail and more printed/stickered parts for the inside and the inside itself seems a to have a bit more in it, the dejarik table piece looks awesome, larger like a table and printed at that! I can't tell if they've fixed the boarding ramp being too close to the ground on this one.