Justin

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  • Birthday 03/15/1987

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    Green Bay, WI
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    LEGO, Computer, Video Games, Shopping, SpongeBob SquarePants

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  1. Another thing that would be cool, is if they went a different, more unusual route with a remastered LEGO Town set altogether, and did a remake of a 1997 set from the LEGO Outback subtheme, the 6444 Outback Airstrip. They could make the building bigger, as well as the cargo plane (which would hold more cargo), and maybe it would give LEGO an excuse to make their first LEGO kangaroo animal...
  2. It would be cool if they did a remake of the Space Police II Galactic Mediator...
  3. Maybe if they modernize the Main Street set to LEGO City and keep many of the original 1980s LEGO Town colors for classic aesthetics, add a really tall crane to construct a blue ten-story skyscraper hotel (instead of the original two-story structure), maybe it could work... They could even go as far as adding a few more buildings to make the updated Main Street set feel more like a fleshed-out urban downtown area, including an Octan gas station (an updated version of the 1980 Exxon gas station), as well as a small 1950s drive-in restaurant with carhops, a hardware store, a bank, plus a few more vehicles, including a 1950s convertible with shark fins modeled after a 1956 Ford Thunderbird, as well as a modern city bus...
  4. How about an updated version of Paradisa's Dolphin Point Lighthouse... I think it can be possible. They should do what did with the Galaxy Explorer and the castle, and give Main Street a modern re-imagining... Saying that City and Creator do the same thing is "quitter talk." I think LEGO could do better than that for a "special edition" set based off the original Main Street...
  5. I just hope the next LEGO set to get a remake is a Classic Town set, like Main Street (from 1980). I could picture the buildings, minifigures and vehicles being updated to the new LEGO City design, while the new road plate system is used to great effect...
  6. Justin

    What was your first LEGO Star Wars set?

    That was also my first Star Wars set.
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    MOC: Safety Last

    Harold Lloyd hung from a clock in the era of silent films on "Safety Last," while Christopher Lloyd (no relation to Harold) did the same in the era of modern films with the "Back to the Future " trilogy of films..."Back to the Future" even referenced this film in the beginning of "Back to the Future," since a picture of the clock scene from "Safety Last" was among the the items found in Doc Brown's collection of clocks during the opening credit sequence...
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    Lego Dreamzzz 2023

    To me, some of the LEGO Dreamzzz sets conjure up some Adventure Time-like fantasy vibes...
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    Are classic themes dead ?

    When they did bring back older LEGO sets as part of the Legends limited releases, such as the Guarded Inn, Main Street or the Century Skyway (under the name City Airport), they had to make part substitutions, as there were parts that were discontinued since the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and 2000s at LEGO that had updated part equivalents (one-piece road signs from the 1970s-early 1990s were swapped out with modular two-piece road signs that consisted of a post and clip-on signage (first introduced in the late 1990s), parts that used to not have stud notches now have them, and the studded wheel/axle plate combo (with a metal axle) from the 1970s/1980s was replaced with modern studless wheels with separate axle plates (which started appearing in LEGO sets by 1984)...
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    Are classic themes dead ?

    Ever since LEGO started licensing Star Wars and Harry Potter building sets, they ended up opening Pandora's box, and since that day, licenses for other properties (Disney, Nickelodeon, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Nintendo, etc.) started taking up valuable shelf space in the LEGO aisle of every discount store, hobby store and toy store...
  11. Justin

    The future of Back to the Future

    I hope that we can get a few sets based on some of the more iconic scenes and vehicles from the film. I would love to see the Twin Pines Mall parking lot time travel experiment translated into a set, as well as the scene where lightning strikes the courthouse's clocktower, returning Marty and the Delorean to 1985 from 1955. I would also like to see a set based on the cafe and the scene where Biff crashes into a manure truck after chasing Marty through Downtown Hill Valley in 1955, as well as the 2015 hoverboard chase scene that ends with Griff and his hoverboard gang crashing through the entrance of the Courthouse Mall translated into a LEGO set.
  12. Justin

    Lego City 2022 Rumours, Leaks, Information And Discussion

    I love the new supermarket. I hope to buy more than one copy to double the size of the building and more features that are found on most real supermarkets, like automatic sliding doors, more than one shopping cart, meat department with butcher, bakery with baker, frozen foods, etc. Maybe I could also add a motorized spinning rooftop sign, too.
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    LEGO Monkie Kid 2022

    I like the references to LEGO themes of the past, including Znap, as well as the Adventurers, Paradisa, Classic Space, etc. sets inside the LEGO store, with the branding of the elevated train being a nod to the Airport Shuttle monorail set. It's similar to the Galidor reference they dropped in Ninjago City...
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    LEGO Monkie Kid 2022

    For the price, the LEGO Monkie Kid City of Lanterns building set does not fail...I love it! An entire city in a box (with its own mode of transportation) which is from a theme based on a modern sequel to the ancient Chinese story Journey to the West, a set not quite as expensive (or on the same level) as Ninjago City, but with the target demographic of China in mind. At least when compared to the previous waves' biggest, most expensive sets, it does not break the bank as much. There are some bigger $200 sets in the whole line that break the bank...
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    LEGO Monkie Kid 2022

    Oops! I meant to say that! Poor man's Ninjago would've been the 1998/1999 LEGO Ninja theme...