Duncan Young

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About Duncan Young

  • Birthday October 10

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    Edinburgh, Scotland
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    Big fan of superheroes. I know Marvel probably has better sets but I prefer DC because of the characters and classic stories. I also like Doctor Who but find it difficult justifying the Cyberman or other Dimensions pack. I stopped collecting Star Wars because I simply couldn't afford to collect them anymore. I miss the Harry Potter line but Star Wars prevented me from getting any of the larger sets

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  1. @Robert8 At least he's already short
  2. So nothing out of the ordinary then
  3. @PremierComix That'll be because there's already both a wishlist and a speculation thread
  4. I think Penguin is the same as the 2014 variant in the Supervillains Game. Obviously repeats aren't uncommon but personally I think it'll be yet another bat-boat/jet-ski, as much as I dislike it
  5. I mean if people want a Hush minifig, you can combine the Mad-Eye Moody torso and Knightmare Batman legs- The trench coat print lines up perfectly! Add a Mummy head and you're all set (at least until Lego releases an official fig)
  6. Not to mention the bow tie piece... Really all the cards are in place for a Mad Hatter fig, it just depends whether Lego decides to act.
  7. I know you aren't as big a DC fan as the rest of us are, but are you able to describe the figs to us, if you can't identify them yourself. Thanks for the information though!
  8. Isn't 2019 Batman's 80th anniversary though? I would imagine that's when we'd get the D2C
  9. Check CM4Sci's user history, he mentions that there will be five Batman sets (including the Firefly one) and that the Mad Hatter may possibly show up (although that remark appears to be speculation)
  10. Assuming that they keep the Dimensions aesthetic and not the ones from the main line (by which I mean Jokerland) I'm not interested, especially if they go the same route as The Power Puff Girls sets, with brightly coloured, simplistic looking vyilds
  11. Duncan Young

    Future DC Super Heroes Rumors & Speculation

    Actually there's been several larger retail exclusives- On the Marvel side, the Tanker truck takedown included four figures and cost £40. The Hydra Fortress was £50 and included four minifigures and a Big-Fig. And, in the UK at least, the original Funhouse was a retail exclusive as well and that included five figures. Even the Brainiac set, which was £30, included four minifigs, three of which were exclusive, the same with the Ra's Al Ghul set, which cost five pounds more. In fact the in-house themes have had numerous large retail exclusives, including the Arctic Icebreaker, The Croc Swamp Hideout, the City of Styx etc. That doesn't mean that we'll actually get a large retail set, or even that we'll get a third set at all, just that there's a precedence for these things.
  12. Duncan Young

    Future DC Super Heroes Rumors & Speculation

    I'm disappointed that with all the villain vehicles in the Lego Batman Movie (including an Egghead mech) we didn't get a Catmobile or Moth-Copter. I'd love a Jokermobile though.
  13. Duncan Young

    Harry Potter 2018 - Rumors & Discussion

    I just nabbed a Graves fig! In an opened box no less!
  14. Duncan Young

    Future DC Super Heroes Rumors & Speculation

    That'd be nice and all but I'm not so sure. The Copter in the game appears to be exactly the same as the '66 Bat-Copter, albiet with a different colour scheme and the addition of a tow cable
  15. Duncan Young

    Wizarding World of Harry Potter Wishlist

    I actually think that Private Drive would be better suited for a PoA set- you could include Aunt Marge and possibly the 'Grim' with it in addition to Harry and the Dursleys