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  1. bartneck

    LEGO Color Guide

    Hello, The third edition of The Unofficial LEGO Color Guide is now available. It includes two new colors and many design improvements. I am finally pretty much satisfied with the book. Please notice that the printing process remains a challenge since CMYK printing is not able to accurately reproduce some LEGO colors, in particular light greens. If you want the maximum color accuracy then you need to purchase the PDF version. Your computer screen is much better at showing colors than pigment based printing.
  2. So while rebuilding LEGO train 4559 I found a mini catalog in the bottom of the box. I'm guessing I got this set around christmas of 96 or 97. Looking through the catalog I was amazed at some of the great themes back then. While 96-97 is probably not considered the golden age by most, it had Divers, Aquazone, Western, Forestmen and generally some awesome sets. Lets take a trip down memory lane... Ok now Robo Force is probably not one of the most revered themes, actually none of the 97 space sets are BUT they did have 3 non-licensed themes, something to be envied. I do like the colors on these sets and the figs. Exploriens is another so-so theme IMHO. UFO I actually rather like, especially 6915. The alien figures quite look like the Predator which I enjoyed then and now. Fright Knights, an interesting spin on Castle. Again some nice figs, I was really into the dragons at the time. Forestmen, now we're talking. Also a nice 90s style castle although I think this heraldry is even more "<insert that tiresome argument>" than the decried 2013 version of the lions. Now we're getting to the really good stuff as in my opinion. Wild West was a truly great theme that was far too short lived. Although the old west is not really a top time period for me these sets were just so good: amazing new pieces, great figures, a nice civilian town, and all around great builds. Fort Legoredo is one of very few sets I kept stored its original box since I was a kid. The Native Americans theme was also quite good with some great figures. I love the stump piece that was used in some of these and almost nowhere else, and the great printed horses. Here is another big one for me, Aquazone. I love undersea sets and Aquanauts and Aquasharks were both great. Those octagonal pieces are so cool, as well as the chrome crystals and weapons and the minifig armor. Aquaraiders was not as good with odd looking builds except 2160. I do quite enjoy the trans green hook hands though. Ok here is one theme that really does nothing for me, Time Twisters and Cruisers both look so slapped together and ugly. Some decent pirate sets from this time as well. Ok, possibly my favorite of this year. Divers is another really stupendous theme. I love both the concept and the execution. The subs, the undersea environments, the great snorkel face mask piece (even though it doesn't really match with having a scuba tank). Manta rays and dolphins! Those panels with the porthole windows! Can't wait to see what the new Explore under sea theme looks like, hopefully it lives up to Divers. Outback is another great little short lived sub-theme. I still have the plane from 6444 put together. Some nice city sets although the construction stuff looks too simplistic. I like 6553 news crew. Boats that really float! I don't know why this was very exciting as a kid but it was. I wasn't big into technic at this time but the submarine is pretty awesome, and it has pneumatics. I have a few of these technic figures and I think its a shame they didn't catch on. Obviously it does limit the scale which can be bad, but they are very posable good looking figures. That's all folks, interested to see what others thought about this year.
  3. Hello, I would like to let you know that a dedicated Middle Earth LEGO Minifigure Catalog is now available. It has the best photographs of all the LOTR/Hobbit Minifigures in it. I hope you enjoy it.
  4. I am happy to announce that the 2015 LEGO Minifigure Catalog is now available. In addition, the 5th edition of the Star Wars LEGO Minifigure Catalog and the 2nd edition of the 2014 Minifigure Catalog are ready. The updated catalogs have have many corrections and additions. Moreover, all books have a new QR code system that allows you to easily look up each figure online. Soon our app will also feature a QR code reader, so that you can directly lookup a figure into the app. Enjoy!
  5. It is my pleasure to announce that the 2014 LEGO Minifigure Catalog is now available. It contains more than 650 Minifigures with detailed photographs and meta data. The book is a whopping 192 pages. I have limited the distribution options to Amazon and hence was able to reduce the price to only $32 USD. This is the biggest year book so far and I dare to say my best one so far.
  6. ClassicTVMan1981X

    LEGO Catalog Scans Wanted

    Among the U.S. edition mid-size catalogs still missing from the Peeron.com website: 1981, 1983, 1988 and 1989 If anyone of my fellow American LEGO collectors has these in his/her stash, please contact me off-board at the following e-mails: (1) CIIIKirbyMan@comcast.net (2) benjamin.marioe1@gmail.com Thank you, Benjamin "Ben" Edge (ClassicTVMan1981X)
  7. Hello, I wanted to ask whether anyone has ever attempted recreating the classic images from the Lego catalogues in the early 90s, in real life. I'm really getting into post-classic (?) Space such as Ice Planet and Blacktron II, and would really like to recreate the snow and ice, especially the ice-frozen Blacktron guy as shown here, but obviously out of something that won't melt !!!!. Has anyone got experience or links to ideas on how to recreate the snow and ice in this picture? Thanks
  8. Hello all, I was planning on ordering some 8880 wheels, and I noticed the Bricklink image was most definitely grey, and there is no record of any being sold in grey or any existing for that matter. Does anyone know why or how that is the Bricklink picture?
  9. I would like to mention the second edition of The Star Wars LEGO Minifigure Catalog. This second edition includes all the 2012 Star Wars Minifigures and I am proud to have a photograph for every minifigure. The book also contains a new name index.
  10. The 2012 LEGO Minifigure Catalog is now available. On its 170 pages it contains more than 500 minifigures that were released in 2012. I have even been able to include photographs for the ultra rare Super Heroes ComicCon and Toyfair Minifigures (thanks Dan, Greg & Huw!).