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  1. Christmas could be fun, though there aren't a lot of instantly familiar archetypes left to be done at this point. There are a lot of themes I'd love to see. Classical mythology is a good one. Fairy tales. Musicians. World cultures. I'd even take a second round of monsters; there are plenty of those to explore!
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    LEGO Humor

    How are LEGO bricks like the Mr. Universe competition? Lots of exposed studs!
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    Unpopular Opinions about LEGO

    There are some truly rancid takes in that thread, starting with OP. To paraphrase: "Please tell me LEGOs aren't really good for my child's mind so I don't have to feel guilty about not letting them have any."
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    Dream Lego Licensed Themes

    The show really got short shrift back in the 2000s, didn't it? Two sets, neither very carefully designed, cheaped-out minifigures. They really should have tried to re-acquire the license in order to tie in with the Netflix adaptation (while still using the cartoon as the basis for the sets).
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    LEGO Videogame Tie-Ins - Rumors & Discussion

    I guess it depends on to what extent the shape of the licensed part is necessarily tied to the trademark(s) associated with the license. Rabbit's head shape is a distinctive part of his character design which is trademarked, but a roughly ovoid helmet is only "Iron Man's helmet" if colored red and gold in that distinctive way, and if that is achieved via printing then the overall shape can be reused.
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    LEGO Videogame Tie-Ins - Rumors & Discussion

    Or conversely, what if the D&D minifigs possibly point to more Zelda sets in the future? *fingers crossed* I mean how much difference is there, really, between an Aarakocra and a Rito?
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    Latest news about Lego animal moulds

    Could be pretty cool if we got more than just the standard dinosaurs and smilodons.
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    Fantasia 2023

    Kim seems to be holding, not wearing, the handcuffs--perhaps she made the arrest?
  9. ...probably because in my collection, it's stored with the holiday sets and minifigs, not the rest of the animal costumes. Thanks for the catch!
  10. The Cowardly Lion has a very distinctive look to his mane that wouldn't work for a more generic lion costume. Anyway, I decided to tally up the existing animal costumes from CMF and BAM by category, counting species only, not color variations: Mammals Bear (more of a teddy bear suit than a "real" bear costume) Bunny Cat Dog (pug) Elephant Fox Giraffe Gorilla Llama Panda Pig Raccoon Tiger Wolf Birds Chicken Penguin Turkey Reptiles Lizard/Godzilla T. rex Triceratops Fish Shark Bugs Bee Butterfly Ladybug Spider Mythical Dragon Unicorn (And then there's that recent BAM figure that I think is supposed to actually be an anthro unicorn, not a costume.) Did I miss any?
  11. That's a specific character; I think we're envisioning more of a generic minifigure generically dressed as a lion.
  12. Indeed. A lion hood mold already exists (from one of the Harry Potter CMF series).
  13. A snake costume would be funny with a unique "armless" torso and a facial expression suggesting that the minifig is just discovering the downsides of an armless costume.
  14. I was mostly kidding about the goat (see what I did there?). Peacock is a good choice. I'd also like to see lion, frog, horse and/or zebra, maybe Chinese dragon (with the whiskers)...
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    LEGO Videogame Tie-Ins - Rumors & Discussion

    September of this year is what's currently being said.