legozebra

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    -Ninjago, Bionicle, Classic Space, Blacktron

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    -Have two apps in iPhone app store - a water purity tester and a hearing aid app (IntelliSplash and IntelliAmp)

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  1. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2019

    I totally agree. I get referencing the past, but all of these feel like a step back from current Ninjago, which reimagines characters and situations with a modern design standpoint, not just 2012 all over again. I do appreciate the idea of a legacy-esque wave, though, and the opportunity to get rehashed new designs is a huge opportunity.
  2. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2019

    I heard a lot of complaints when the movie first was coming out, so that was what Lego could have been responding to. Never understood it - the movie hoods are the best we've gotten in my opinion, especially for poseability and head movement. This just feels like a step back.
  3. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2019

    Honestly? This is probably a direct response to the initial backlash Sons of Garmadon got when they used the movie hoods and designs (something I never understood; the movie hoods are amazing) and an attempt to harken back to "classic" Ninjago, which is what this wave is all about. Now that people have gotten over the movie designs and have grown to like them, then Lego just now implements these classic-esque hoods with more limited head articulation, etc.
  4. legozebra

    LEGO DC Villains (Videogame)

    As a PC gamer who usually religiously pre-orders all Lego games for the figure, the recent trend of minifigures being packaged in deluxe versions of the game (that are console-only) are pretty disappointing. I understand it’s probably a better system than the slightly shady bin of figures that may or may not be in stock at the store, but I wish Lego/TT Games would do something for us PC gamers.
  5. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2019

    Seems like they've been reusing a lot of designs scrapped for the movie, which makes sense given the amount of work put into designing art for potential storylines from the movie - from the Vermillion to Teen Wu, I'm appreciating that not all of the great art is going to waste. I have to say, seeing Zane's icemobile, I'm a bit disappointed at the size. That doesn't look that much bigger than the side-build from 2012, and there's nothing too special about the construction either to warrant such a high price point. Wonder if it includes an enemy vehicle to race against, as I'm not seeing that big of an improvement here.
  6. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2019

    If this is true, it could be where we finally get Cyrus Borg as well as Oni and non-Oni TV accurate Mystake!
  7. I like that the Carnage fig is a different take than the one in 2015. Shame about no more side printing, but it seems like Lego is doing that less and less frequently in mainstream sets.
  8. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2018

    We still don’t know yet, but rest assured that at some point it’s coming.
  9. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2018

    Thanks for the heads up!
  10. It’s definitely real, there’s a CGI tender of the minifig flying out just like last year’s, but what isn’t clear to me is what country the image is from. Edit - nevermind, it's Singapore.
  11. There’s an official-looking image floating around on Instagram showing a release date of 19-26 October for the Bricktober pack. I’m not sure what the region/context behind this photo is but it seems to match last year’s pack with a figure jumping out of the box.
  12. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2018

    There’s an official image going around Instagram showing a release date for the Bricktober Ninjago pack to be 28 September to 4 October. The context/region of this image is unclear but it’s similar to last year’s image where they show a figure jumping out of the box
  13. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2019

    Again, we have no idea. All we have are some images of new parts and set names. I’m sure all will be revealed closer to when these actually come out.
  14. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2019

    I miss Nya's suit being gunmetal - I never liked the clashing azure and maroon (especially of her Possession suit), and I was really hoping the shift to gunmetal gray with azure accents would be permanent, because that just looks really cool. There's a chance this only applies for this "retro" wave and in the future, she'll be back to gunmetal, but we will see. I personally would be ok with a mix of everything like her Hands of Time suit, mainly gunmetal but with accents of maroon and azure.
  15. legozebra

    LEGO Ninjago 2019

    Hoods look nice on the outside, but I loved the full head turning the Ninjago Movie hoods allowed - it looks like these will limit head movement like the old hoods, unfortunately