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  1. You know, people are entitled to their own opinion. Just because they disagree with you doesn't make them wrong or "insane". There are different ways to compile this list and everyone has their own way. If you go by likeness, voices don't count, but if you go just by representation in general, then they do. I agree that if you do count voice actors, you should only do so when a character has only ever been voiced by one person or when it's clearly based on one particular portrayal of the character. Dubs in different languages don't count (unless you're putting together a "Dubbers with the most minifig representations" list). Otherwise you'd have to count all the people that have ever played a character and it will just get too difficult to keep track of that. The only area where it gets confusing (and a little meta) is when you have a minifig that is not based on any particular portrayal of a character, but is voiced by one person in the Lego TV specials and/or video games, such as many of the DC Super Heroes characters. Do they count? Perhaps we should make a separate thread titled "Voice Actors with the most minifig representations" so we can finally end this debate. Anyway, if you do count voice actors, with the release of the TTG Beast Boy Greg Cipes now has three representations (with the other two being Michelangelo and Iron Fist). And Raven is Tara Strong's second representation after Mary Jane. It's kinda crazy that we only have 2 of her considering she's in everything nowadays.
  2. I agree with Biggus here. If you want the "glowing eyes" look for Black Bolt, you could use the upcoming Easter Bunny Batman or Roman Batman head from the Bricktober set. As for the torso, I'd suggest the Racer X torso. It's her hair braid.
  3. Single Pane LEGO Licensed Theme Funnies

    It took me a while to get it, but very good. I hope it's been long enough since the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming and Wonder Woman to post some spoilery funnies based on them. Birdman by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Stolen Plane by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Wrong Ares by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Thanks to @Vindicare for the idea for the Wonder Woman one.
  4. Disney's Future with Lego

    My guess is that The Incredibles 2 will be a new sub theme of Juniors like Cars 3 rather than be part of the Disney sub theme (which is essentially a rebranding of the Disney Princess theme).
  5. Disney's Future with Lego

    I doubt they would use minidolls since The Incredibles is more of a boy oriented theme. At least I certainly hope not. Imagining Mr. Incredible as a minidoll is just... wrong. And how would they even do Dash or Jack Jack? It would make no sense.
  6. Disney's Future with Lego

    It is indeed a little disappointing that they are Juniors sets since those never have more than 3 minifigs or any good builds, but hopefully the minifigs will at least be good. Like others, I'm just happy we're getting sets at all! I really hope that not all Pixar sets will be Juniors from now on. It goes completely against the idea that Pixar movies are for the whole family, not just little kids. I was OK with Cars 3 being Juniors since the sets were all just simple little cars anyway, but I wouldn't want the same to happen for Toy Story and other great films. While I have to admit that a lot of the Toy Story set designs were a little simplistic, there were some great builds too like the garbage truck. It would be a shame if we had to miss out on such designs.
  7. LEGO Incredibles Video Game

    As much as I would love this, I don't think this game will be a full-fledged videogame. While I do think that there is enough material to make a game out of (there plenty of iconic action scenes in the first movie alone), I don't think it would make sense to develop one just to promote 3 Juniors sets. It will most likely just be a mobile or online game like the Disney Princess one. I'd love to be proven wrong though. And yes, I very much like the idea of a wider Disney/Pixar game encompassing multiple franchises!
  8. Disney's Future with Lego

    I've been clamoring for one for years, so I really hope you're right! There are plenty of characters and scenes they could use for such a game! After Dimensions got announced and didn't have any Disney IPs, I had given up hope, but now that they seem to be abandoning that game as a platform for releasing movie based games and doing normal videogames again, I feel more hopeful. But it's not gonna happen unless they have some TS4 sets to tie in with it, so fingers crossed we get both!
  9. Need advice for Tails's Tornado Biplane

    If you look at the nose on this Ideas project, the tire that was used looks about 5-wide, so perhaps you can borrow that part of the design:
  10. Need advice for Tails's Tornado Biplane

    I'd say start looking at some official bi-plane designs such as 7307, 75901 or 60103, and then maybe look at some bi-plane MOCs others have done, like these. Hope that helps.
  11. Agreed! The pacing had some issues and the show seems to be a bit more concerned with comedy and the family drama than the adventure (the fact that they skipped over an entire action sequence just for comedic effect was a bit jarring and disappointing), but it's definitely a very enjoyable new version of this classic. The fact that they name-dropped Cape Suzette, Spoonerville, and St. Canard within the first 3 mins alone made me happy. It gives me hope that Darkwing will indeed have a cameo at some point. The new personalities of the characters are great as they all have their flaws and strengths. I especially like that they made Donald the everyduck who just tries to provide for his nephews and doesn't like Scrooge just like in the comics. And that cliffhanger at the end was certainly intriguing!
  12. Disney's Future with Lego

    I guess it's not outside the realm of possibility, but that probably wont happen anytime soon as their partnership with Lego seems to be going fairly well at the moment, especially with Star Wars. I'd hope that they are smart enough to realize that even Disney can't really compete with Lego, so it's better for everyone if they keep it the way it is. And even if they do produce their own building toy, it doesn't mean their partnership with Lego has to end. For example, they produce their own Mickey-shaped vinyl figures while still letting Funko make figs based on their characters at the same time.
  13. Disney's Future with Lego

    It's hard to say, but it seems like unless it's a franchise that has proven to be a cash cow like Toy Story, Cars, POTC, and the Disney Princesses, TLG isn't interested in producing any sets for them, so I wouldn't hold my breath for Wreck-it-Ralph 2. Toy Story 4 is a possibility since we've had TS sets before, and with the inclusion of Syndrome and Mr. Incredible in the CMFs, I hope that's a hint that we'll get Incredibles 2 sets as well, although it's less likely. And as long as Disney keeps making POTC sequels, I'm sure we'll keep getting sets based on them.
  14. I posted my Marvel display a few pages ago and here is my DC Super Heroes display which is right below the Marvel shelves. Because that's where Batman likes to be, down in the basement, with the lights out, in the darkness. DC Superheroes Display by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr On the top shelf, the Justice League is fighting the Legion of Doom in front of Jokerland and Arkham Asylum. On the left, Superman and Superboy are taking on Darkseid while Martian Manhunter and Hawkman are rushing to Plastic Man's rescue in the back and Vixen and Red Hood are helping Flash fight Captain Cold. DC Superheroes Display by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr On the right, Wonder Woman is fighting Lex Luthor, Blue Beetle is fighting Katana, Aquaman is fighting Black Manta, the Teen Titans are fighting Slade, Gorilla Grodd, and Captain Boomerang, and Supergirl is fighting Brainiac, Zod and Ares with the help of Green Arrow and the Green Lanterns. Meanwhile, some inmates are escaping from Arkham, Poison Ivy is holding Lightning Lad captive, and Catwoman and Catman are causing trouble for Commissioner Gordon and the Mayor. DC Superheroes Display by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Underneath the streets of Gotham, a slew of Batman's rogues have infiltrated the Batcave and are attacking the Dark Knight and his friends. Bane, TwoFace and his goons are trashing the Batmobile and Batcycle while Nightwing and Batgirl are fighting Killer Croc, Talia and Ra's Al Ghul. Robin wants to help, but Clayface has put him into a sticky situation. DC Superheroes Display by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr On the right, Batman is fighting some C-list villains while Mr. Freeze has Alfred trapped in ice, Penguin is entering through the lake, and Riddler is surveying the battle from a safe distance. Batman's arsenal of useful and not-so-useful Batsuits can be seen in the back. DC Superheroes Display by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr I hope you like it. I can't wait to add all the 2018 heroes and villains to the display!
  15. Single Pane LEGO Licensed Theme Funnies

    Nice one dulsi. Here's some Lego Movie fun: Lonesome Bat by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Who Always Pays Their Taxes by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr Where Are My Unipants by Okay Yaramanoglu, on Flickr