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#1 Keyblade Wielder

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 06:58 AM

If we can get LEGO Avatar, why not Code Lyoko. It's getting 3 animated movies in Early 2009, And possibly Season 5. It's a VERY popular show, and would be a hit.

Set Ideas:

Set: Ulrich+Odd's Dorm
Price:$7.99 USD
Minifigs:Ulrich, Odd, Kiwi

Set:Jeremie's Dorm
Price:$7.99 USD
Minifigs:Jeremie

Set:Aelita's Dorm
Price:$7.99 USD
Minifigs:Aelita

Set:Yumi's House
Price:$10.99 USD
Minifigs: Hiroki, Yumi, Yumi's Mom, Yumi's Dad


Set:Ice Sector
Price:$19.99 USD
Minifigs: Ulrich Lyoko Form, Aelita Lyoko Form, Monsters

Set:Desert Sector
Price:$19.99 USD
Minifigs: Yumi Lyoko Form, William Lyoko Form, Monsters

Set:Forest Sector
Price:$19.99 USD
Minifigs:Odd Lyoko Form, Ulrich Lyoko Form, Monsters

Set:Mountain Sector
Price:$19.99 USD
Minifigs: Yumi Lyoko Form, Aelita Lyoko Form, Monsters

Set:Sector 5
Price:$22.99 USD
Minifigs: Ulrich Lyoko Form, Odd Lyoko Form, Monsters

Set:Digital Sea (Store Exclsuive?)
Price:$24.99USD
Minifigs:Yumi Lyoko Form, Aelita Lyoko Form, William Lyoko Form, Monsters (would also have vehicles)

Set:Cafeteria
Price:$24.99USD
Minifigs:Jim, Jeremie, Odd, Milly, Timmiya, Sissi, Nicolas, Herb

Set:Park
Price:$21.99USD
Minifigs:Jeremie, Aelita, Sissi, Jim

Set:Gym
Price:$22.99USD
Minifigs:Yumi, Jim, Ulrich, Odd, Principal Delmas

Set:Factory
Price:$49.99USD
Minifigs:Yumi, Jeremie, Franz Hopper, Aelita, Ulrich, Odd, William


Other possibilites of sets would be some classrooms. A few of those could be year-after that sets, Q2 sets, or store exclusives. But really, this has great potential. Do you know how well this would sell? Krankrelats could use newly colored Toa Inika Heads. The Toa Inika Heads, and the head part with the XANA symbol look almost IDENTICAL. Making the Warriors' vehicles would be easy. The would sell like beeeeeeep hotcakes.

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 11:31 AM

OK this does not look good if it was a set. I absolutely hated this show. It is so boring and lame. I don't think people want dorms and schools they want battles and fun stuff.

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 12:25 PM

No vehicles + Lack of broad recognizability and appeal = FAIL

Because LEGO Avatar sold ever so well  :-P

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 03:19 PM

Ugh, no! I'd much rather have a good anime! DBZ, Trigun, and Rurouni Kenshin come to mind.

Edit: I don't think talking like that is gonna help people agree with you. There's no reason to say "mother____"

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 04:43 PM

I donít think at the moment Lego should or will want to pick up any more licensed lines, to be honest Iíve never heard of the show, the best licensed lines are the ones everyone will have heard of no matter how out of touch with the modern world they are like me. So Batman, Star Wars, Indy even SpongeBob I think is the limit for the moment.
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Posted 07 March 2008 - 04:45 PM

Um, no thanks. Never even heard of it. :-X And like Grayfox said, unless you want to get chambered, don't say Megablockin' awesome. *sad*
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Posted 07 March 2008 - 05:02 PM

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 05:21 PM

View PostCardinal Brick, on Mar 7 2008, 10:43 AM, said:

I donít think at the moment Lego should or will want to pick up any more licensed lines, to be honest Iíve never heard of the show, the best licensed lines are the ones everyone will have heard of no matter how out of touch with the modern world they are like me. So Batman, Star Wars, Indy even SpongeBob I think is the limit for the moment.

Yes, yes, YES!

Thank you! someone finally said what's been jumping around in my own head so much recently.

Here's the deal people...Licensed LEGO themes ARE NOT the vehicle for your personal favorite franchise to be made into toys. LEGO is very careful about choosing what licenses they make into sets. With very few exceptions (Avatar and Jurassic Park jump to mind, but I think Avatar may have been a package deal with Spongebob) they are themes that have a broad, perhaps even worldwide, appeal.

LEGO has also prospered so long by staying somewhat true to a building, learning, and fun angle with their products, and if something can't easily fit into those requirements, then it won't be licensed. I've also noticed the themes that seem to do the best are heavily vehicle based. As in Batman doing relatively well where Spider-Man crashed and burned.

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 05:30 PM

View PostCardinal Brick, on Mar 7 2008, 10:43 AM, said:

I donít think at the moment Lego should or will want to pick up any more licensed lines, to be honest Iíve never heard of the show, the best licensed lines are the ones everyone will have heard of no matter how out of touch with the modern world they are like me. So Batman, Star Wars, Indy even SpongeBob I think is the limit for the moment.

I can still dream of a Lego Vash the Stampede... 8-| (Look him up if you don't jknow what I'm talking about.He's awsome.)

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 07:51 PM

View PostCaptain Ka-Boom, on Mar 7 2008, 11:31 AM, said:

OK this does not look good if it was a set. I absolutely hated this show. It is so boring and lame. I don't think people want dorms and schools they want battles and fun stuff.
Then don't post in here.

View PostDeinonychus, on Mar 7 2008, 12:25 PM, said:

No vehicles + Lack of broad recognizability and appeal = FAIL

Because LEGO Avatar sold ever so well  :-P
lol wut?

View PostGreyfox327, on Mar 7 2008, 03:19 PM, said:

Ugh, no! I'd much rather have a good anime! DBZ, Trigun, and Rurouni Kenshin come to mind.

Edit: I don't think talking like that is gonna help people agree with you. There's no reason to say "mother____"
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ANIME is JAPANESE ANIMATION.
CODE LYOKO is FRENCH.

I get really annoyed witht he people who go "LOLZ CODE LYOKO IS DA ANIME"



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Posted 07 March 2008 - 08:55 PM

why?

you complain about people saying "LOLZ CODE LYOKO IS DA ANIME"
but then say yourself "lol wut?" please speak proper english or no english.

also " -facepalm- " what? could you explain does it mean talk to the hand?
and captain kaboom voiced his opinion, then the opinion of the general populace and i agree if it was a school based theme i would prefer them to be city sets.

why. just why.

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 09:24 PM

View Poststeelharbingerofdeath, on Mar 7 2008, 02:55 PM, said:

and captain kaboom voiced his opinion, then the opinion of the general populace and i agree if it was a school based theme i would prefer them to be city sets.

Now that you mention it...a yellow school bus and a playground with some kids using the stubby little Minifig legs would be cool for city  :-D

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 09:30 PM

View PostKeyblade Wielder, on Mar 7 2008, 01:51 PM, said:

Then don't post in here.
lol wut?
-facepalm-

ANIME is JAPANESE ANIMATION.
CODE LYOKO is FRENCH.

I get really annoyed witht he people who go "LOLZ CODE LYOKO IS DA ANIME"
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Posted 07 March 2008 - 10:39 PM

View Poststeelharbingerofdeath, on Mar 8 2008, 06:55 AM, said:

also " -facepalm- " what? could you explain does it mean talk to the hand?
It's a term of exasperation/disbelief, for things that would make you bury your face in your hands in real life. Silly isn't it? I thought that the -> :-| <- coverered that well enough. Keyblade Wielder Your attitude could do with some work. If you can't handle people disliking your idea then maybe you shouldn't post here. We also do not like the usage of internet speak on Eurobricks. Half the people here will have no idea what you are on about.





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Posted 07 March 2008 - 11:01 PM

-facepalm- probably means bringing the palm to the face as in "i can't believe this is happening!" almost similar in expression to  :-|  

i dunno...i'm just guessing here.

okay...back to the discussion.

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 11:05 PM

Yuk even the action figures for this show dont even sell they're been on the shelf for months gathering dust  :-X  :-X   *n*  

And i cant see why TLG would do a theme on it.......................... :-X

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 11:09 PM

View PostKeyblade Wielder, on Mar 7 2008, 01:51 PM, said:

ANIME is JAPANESE ANIMATION.
CODE LYOKO is FRENCH.

  You don't think they were trying to mimic anime? I consider this a fake-anime.

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 11:19 PM

This is just one big single sided arguement  *wacko*  Frankly might've been abit mean at first, politness can go a long way. Even though we all have our own favourite shows - They all don't make great lego themes to everyone, this is why generally themes are strayed away from, unless intensely popular, like star wars, or harry potter. TLC doesn't like to gamble, ever since galidor.

So, frankly, I just don't see it happening, which in my mind isn't bad, sorry  :-$
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View PostBrickmaster, on Mar 7 2008, 05:19 PM, said:

This is just one big single sided arguement  *wacko*  Frankly might've been abit mean at first, politness can go a long way. Even though we all have our own favourite shows - They all don't make great lego themes to everyone, this is why generally themes are strayed away from, unless intensely popular, like star wars, or harry potter. TLC doesn't like to gamble, ever since galidor.

So, frankly, I just don't see it happening, which in my mind isn't bad, sorry  :-$
I just want to point out to everyone that this is a great example of a rational response. It's respectful and doesn't take things too seriously. Let's all try to remember this is a LEGO site and we should do our best just to have a good time and be nice to eachother. People come here to have fun after all.

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Posted 07 March 2008 - 11:52 PM

View PostDeinonychus, on Mar 7 2008, 05:21 PM, said:

Here's the deal people...Licensed LEGO themes ARE NOT the vehicle for your personal favorite franchise to be made into toys. LEGO is very careful about choosing what licenses they make into sets. With very few exceptions (Avatar and Jurassic Park jump to mind, but I think Avatar may have been a package deal with Spongebob) they are themes that have a broad, perhaps even worldwide, appeal.

LEGO has also prospered so long by staying somewhat true to a building, learning, and fun angle with their products, and if something can't easily fit into those requirements, then it won't be licensed. I've also noticed the themes that seem to do the best are heavily vehicle based. As in Batman doing relatively well where Spider-Man crashed and burned.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, let's not go slamming on the Jurassic Park license.  ;-)   JP is a strong license, but the way in which it was handled was not the best in my opinion.  The sets were kind of lackluster, with the exception of the Spinosaurus Attack Studio, which included the plane.  Plus, there were only two sets, but it came out under the studios line.  So did Spider-Man, and I don't know about you but I thought those Spider-Man Studios sets were kind of ugly.

I think, without a doubt, it would've worked out a lot better for them had they done what they are doing with the Indiana Jones license.  Releasing sets from the first two movies would've have been a great idea, as they were pretty heavily vehicle based, especially The Lost World.  The third one, not so much, not to mention it wasn't as memorable.  Plus it is a very strong license, and I think if it's handled right, it can do well.  And with Jurassic Park 4 slated to come out next year, anything is possible. But I won't be holding my breath. :-X

And wow, sorry for getting way off topic there. lol  As for Code Lyoko, I doubt Lego would ever release sets based on that show.  I'm just not sure how strong its international appeal would be.  And after the blunder that was Avatar, I don't even think they'd consider it.  Doesn't mean you can't dream though.  :-)

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Posted 08 March 2008 - 01:36 AM

Well don't get me wrong, I wanted Jurassic Park to do well (it should be obvious why Posted Image ), but it didn't really lend itself well to a LEGO theme. JP is all about the dinosaurs, and aside from a lot of sets with the land rovers and jeeps and perhaps some fences, it'd be Dino Attack without the tanks and helicopters. I also doubt many kids would be thrilled with the In Malcom Minifig (although I'd love one)

Now, Spidey has some good sets for the second movie when LEGO divorced it from the Studios line. But all they were were nice buildings and such...no real "whee! factor" overall.

I think I accidentally watched Code Lyoko a couple of times. It was pretty much unwatchable, and most defiantly unbuildable  :-P

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Posted 08 March 2008 - 02:43 AM

I love Code Lyoko, and it would make a great theme.

But I'm afraid that Lego would definitely not make a theme of it. Sure, I think it's a great show, but it's really not that popular.  |-/
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Posted 08 March 2008 - 10:47 PM

View Poststeelharbingerofdeath, on Mar 7 2008, 08:55 PM, said:

why?

you complain about people saying "LOLZ CODE LYOKO IS DA ANIME"
but then say yourself "lol wut?" please speak proper english or no english.

also " -facepalm- " what? could you explain does it mean talk to the hand?
and captain kaboom voiced his opinion, then the opinion of the general populace and i agree if it was a school based theme i would prefer them to be city sets.

why. just why.

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View PostDarth_Legois_619, on Mar 7 2008, 11:05 PM, said:

Yuk even the action figures for this show dont even sell they're been on the shelf for months gathering dust  :-X  :-X   *n*  

And i cant see why TLG would do a theme on it.......................... :-X
O RLY? Everywhere I've been they've sold out quick.


View PostGreyfox327, on Mar 7 2008, 11:09 PM, said:

You don't think they were trying to mimic anime? I consider this a fake-anime.
>_< FAIL.

View PostDarkYamiDragon, on Mar 8 2008, 02:43 AM, said:

I love Code Lyoko, and it would make a great theme.

But I'm afraid that Lego would definitely not make a theme of it. Sure, I think it's a great show, but it's really not that popular.  |-/
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