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  1. LEGO Ninjago 2017 Discussion

    That brick-built pretzel and the whole market is glorious. Not a very marketable set to kids, but I'd buy it in a heart beat.
  2. LEGO Ninjago 2017 Discussion

    In years past, the remaining inventory goes up for sale in stores right after Bricktober ends, so early November. Last year I saw tons of them on an aisle display.
  3. LEGO Ninjago 2017 Discussion

    Sweet. Thx.
  4. LEGO Ninjago 2017 Discussion

    I see several of the Ninjago 4-packs on eBay from US sellers. Sounds like a case of your mileage may vary. Best to call your local TRU and see if they're issuing the sets yet. Still no definitive word on what it takes to get one of the sets. Minimum purchase of ??? Picked up for a price or minimum purchase?
  5. LEGO Ninjago 2017 Discussion

    Still cannot tell if the Ninjago 4-pack is available starting today or what it takes to get it. That said, Kai's Fire Mech is $14 off and the same price it was at Walmart when the sets first came out.
  6. LEGO Ninjago 2017 Discussion

    There are quite a few mechs/ships in the LEGO Ninjago Movie video game that aren't part of the first two waves. Has anyone thought about trying to MOC one of them? The hammerhead troop carrier plane is especially interesting.
  7. LEGO Ninjago 2018

    Since the "cat" is out of the bag, she briefly suits up again. For a completely different reason.
  8. LEGO Ninjago 2017 Discussion

    I'm in for at least 3 Piranha Chases. What a neat little set. I only wish the little crab mech was more easily acquired in numbers.
  9. LEGO Ninjago 2017 Discussion

    I see your (and others') point. But Dareth was a part of the show and integral to the plot with speaking lines from the very beginning. He deserved a figure as much as Misako did. It doesn't appear he's in the small December wave. My hunch is that the Dec wave, to coincide with the home video release, is the final movie wave as the brand will then shift back to the TV show for Season 8 and beyond. It would take a box office opening north of $50 million to convince me otherwise (Warner Bros. is estimating $30 million). We're getting most of the "marketable" set ideas and characters from the movie already anyway. The only exception I can think of as seen in the trailers and a missed opportunity... Would I want his figure? Absolutely! But I just don't see it happening as anything other than an out-of-left-field exclusive polybag down the road.
  10. LEGO Ninjago 2017 Discussion

    The answer:
  11. The Lego Ninjago Movie (2017)

    Apples and oranges comparison. The movie plays up comedy and a broken father/son relationship that any kid can instantly relate to. The show has more time to focus on deeper lore and heart. It's still a fun movie and worth seeing at the theater. Support the franchise! :)
  12. The Lego Ninjago Movie (2017)

    The review embargo is Wednesday morning so there will be plenty of opinions then. Having seen it, In a nutshell....
  13. LEGO Ninjago 2017 Discussion

    I saw it as well. Keep in mind some of the sets were likely designed based off artwork alone and not moving animations.