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  1. K_Tiger

    Latest news about Lego animal moulds

    Huh, that seems to me an odd place to put it, but okay. *shrugs*
  2. K_Tiger

    Latest news about Lego animal moulds

    Yup, definitely looks like it's meant to be Errol from the Harry Potter line.
  3. K_Tiger

    Latest news about Lego animal moulds

    It;s being reported over in the Harry Potter thread that a new bulldog (floppy ears and a red collar) and owl have leaked. I've yet to find said leaks, but thought I'd mention it anyhow.
  4. I agree they should just do the centaur piece already, but would mention that the centaurs in the the Harry Potter films were largely relegated to their absconding with Dolores Umbridge. They excised Firenze in toto, which is where the easiest/most logical justification for the piece could be made. I suspect that it's too early for image leaks, though I imagine the design process is well underway, and that control art exists. An All Star series could be alright, but I agree it's better having new ideas, so hearing that the All Star concept is largely off the table is nice.. I think we're all expecting the chase concept to be done again. This is true. Most places charge between $3.97 (Wal-Mart) and $3.99 (Pretty much everywhere else). Then they add the sales tax, which as you mentioned, varies by state. My state also has an optional (though seldom unlevied) city/municipal tax.
  5. The Flying Monkeys from TLBM used them as well. That bike mold debuted in the Outdoor Adventures people pack.
  6. K_Tiger

    Harry Potter 2020 - Rumors & discussion

    A price hike would pretty much end me grabbing more than a handful of figures a series. $4 feels pretty high as it is.
  7. K_Tiger

    Harry Potter 2020 - Rumors & discussion

    The CMF skeleton costume and devil costume kids had different pumpkin pail prints, and I could see LEGO doing something similar for the mandrake.
  8. Aw, I had hoped for a double regular series year, but another HP series isn't terrible.
  9. Cheetah and Bumblebee kind of salvage the series for me, though it'll be nice to save some cash on a CMF wave for once. Really interested to see where the Keaton Batman shows up.
  10. K_Tiger

    LEGO Store "Build a Minifigure"

    Criminally wasted in the BaM bins. Probably Bricklink them down the road.
  11. K_Tiger

    Ideas for CMFs

    I really like Discordia and Uncle Sam.The kunoichi is pretty cool, and that flamingo would be a great bit of reuse. The moll looks much more like a modern Halloween costume than an actual female criminal of the period would have. Then again, it is more effective at conveying the archetype than Tina Goldstein's cloche hat/hair combo + Queenie Goldstein-style body print + gun accessory = something vaguely accurate.
  12. It's a pretty cool figure in its own right, and it could be popular with people familiar with the character, but not necessarily LEGO enthusiasts. It'll be more interesting to see what the price does when S.19 is long gone from retail. Percival Graves and Classic Police Officer are still pretty healthy on the secondary market.
  13. Didn't LEGO say that steampunk really doesn't test well with kids? Not that would necessarily matter with a one-off figure in a CMF series. Ninjago did have that wave with the steampunk/dieselpunk/Mad Max hybrid main baddie last summer, though..
  14. I remember the Imaginext figure. I just chalk the lack of a LEGO version up to there being so many archetypes they want to do for the first time, plus the the number of archetypes they can reintroduce through a gender swap being so vast. That Playmobil one hits pretty much all the bullet points I'd want to see on a LEGO aviatrix. *approving nod*
  15. Leonardo da Bricki? Brickelangelo? Good suggestion!