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  • Birthday 06/04/81

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  1. Thank you. I saw your figures and got inspired. Couldn't make out, what arms they were, but now I can't unsee it :D Great work.
  2. With the release of "Fun at the Beach", I had to try the Divers legs on Red Nightwing including the arms from the current CMF Surfer Guy. Variant A (plain black legs) Variant B (red striped legs)
  3. They are not what I expected, but I like them a lot. Personally, I think the Knightcrawler, with all those hinges and rotating stuff, could transform into some kind of a more compact vehicle. I'm looking forward to this. The Flying Fox is bulky, but could look different, when closed. I think this set will surprise many of us, when more pictures are available.
  4. Yesterday I build the Wonder Woman set. I'm in love with the minifigs Especially Steves Torso is great. Here is a picture I quickly put together: Very exciting news about the JL Sets. My guesses for the minifigs would be: Battle of Atlantis: Aquaman (shirtless), Mera or Vulko, Parademon Nightcrawler: Batman (normal Suit), Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Parademon Flying Fox: Batman (Tactical Suit), Superman, Flash, Aquaman (armored), Alfred Pennyworth, Parademon, Steppenwolf (Big Fig) I think Cyborg and Flash could switch sets, maybe add an civilian (or, crazy thought, Jim Gordon) to the Nightcrawler set. Alfred ist rumoured to take control of the Flying Fox in the film, so it would be a good opportunity to get a minifig of him. If Steppenwolf is indeed a Big Fig, the Parademon could be removed to fit the price point. Anyway, I'm going to buy them all :D
  5. review

    Great review for a great set. I think this could be my new favorite skyline set :) It's been a few years since my last London visit, but isn't there a single red pod on the London Eye?
  6. "Now it's my turn, Batsy!"
  7. Okay, here they are. I really like the little glider. It is the perfect size for the figure and fits very well in a city layout (much better than the oversized bike ). The Hobgoblin is also a great figure. The torn cape is nice and I love the double-sided face. The dual-molded legs seem to be the exact same ones as for Deathstroke in the DC line.
  8. Thank you. Here are three pictures of the bike. When I saw the first pictures, I didn't like it at all. Now in person it looks a lot better. Especially the skull at the front is really cool looking. The bike is not perfect by any means, but better than imagined. I'm still trying to find a good solution to transform a normal Lego bike into the Hellcycle. And yes, the figure is awesome. One of the best this year so far, I would say.
  9. As you wish :) Two pictures from the instructions. The head with flame piece is listed as one piece :( And the figure itself. Maybe some brute force could separate the pieces, but I don't think it will work safely.
  10. Unfortunately it is not a lie. I bought this set today and the flame piece is attached to the head. It is also shown this way in the instructions. On the other hand, the Ghost Rider figure is still awesome.
  11. Have fun with it. I think the Batwing is a great, sturdy build and looks very unique. I'm pretty impressed with this set.
  12. Battle-weary Batman...
  13. Amazing thread. So many nice pictures. Here are two pictures I took today and like to share. Same environment, different themes. Enjoy. Bartman & Fallout Boy A hard nights work...