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On 27 October 2014, Cartoon Network aired the television special Lego DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered which details Superman wanting to recruit Batman into the Justice League while he is fighting Penguin and other villains over a gem, but he refuses the league. When Superman mysteriously goes missing, Batman recruits Flash to help find him. With nothing to report, they run into Captain Cold, who is trying to steal an Atlantean pillar in a desert. After a fight which results in the Batwing getting destroyed and Flash mysteriously disappearing, Batman defeats Cold, only for him and the pillar to go missing as well. He goes to Aquaman in the sea, who fights Black Manta for the trident of Poseidon, but he goes through a similar situation, where Aquaman disappears, Batman defeats Manta, and then he and the trident are warped away. Realizing that the Justice League is the target and not the artifacts Batman goes to Wonder Woman and Cyborg, who are fighting Luthor in Metropolis. As Luthor reveals an anonymous buyer wants the daily planet globe, Wonder Woman and Cyborg disappear, leaving Batman to defeat Luthor, only for him and the globe to disappear. Batman realizes that the plot was by Bat-Mite and it was to abduct the members of the Justice League and so that Batman can be the number one superhero in the universe.[3]
If you haven’t checked out Lego sets since you were a kid, you might be pleased to know they just aren’t for children anymore. Just like puzzle sets, there are a ton of Lego sets that are created and reproduced for a teenage or adult audience, those capable of handling the small details and thousands of pieces included in each set. These aren’t small, hundred-piece sets: they’re incredibly challenging, with long manuals and tons of pieces. Some are incredibly difficult to build without the focus and attention that comes with adulthood, while others include pneumatics and other moving parts that are challenging to children to create and enable. Some of them are even themed to suit adults, those of us who have interests in cars or architecture.
I would also like to add to this that the Modulars are actually really cheap compared to other LEGO sets. The price per piece ratio is much smaller, and also it is amazing how large, detailed and substantial the buildings are! After I put together mine I was thinking that there is no way I could build a MOC of comparable size for the same price by BrickLink-ing the parts.
The TECHNIC theme is characterized by the presence of TECHNIC bricks, axles, gears, connector pegs, and many other parts rarely seen in typical LEGO System sets. TECHNIC is still currently an active theme, and is one of the longest-lasting themes in LEGO history.
Arkham Asylum is a fantastic set. Absolutely! I think almost any set that you want to include that “fits” modular building works. I don’t want to say it, but in some cases, even Olivia’s House might be ok.
Lego Grand Emporium Modular Building Lego 10211 Discontinued in October 2014 and is now becoming hard to find. Welcome to the grand opening of the Grand Emporium! The LEGO® Modular Buildings series continues with this spectacularly detailed 3-story department store, designed in a realistic scale with lots of special building…
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Wow you guys put out some really good arguments. At first I was getting a lot of talk about skipping it, but I think as this topic took off a little more the fans for the sets started being heard. I’m definitely leaning towards getting them now, but it’s still not set in stone yet. I would really like to get the Grand Emporium, it just seems like so much more fun, but I understand the Fire Brigade will probably be the first to go, so that’s the one I need to buy ASAP.
Gears have been included within Lego Technic sets since 1977 as a way of transferring rotary power, and of gearing-up or down the speed. Gears come in several sizes: 8 tooth, 16 tooth, 24 tooth and 40 tooth spur gears; 12 tooth, 20 tooth and 36 tooth double bevel gears; and 12 tooth and 20 tooth single bevel gears. The double bevel gears are cut so they can also be meshed as spur gears. There is also a 16 tooth clutch gear, and a 24 tooth friction gear that slips when a certain amount of torque is put on it to prevent motors from damaging any parts or burning themselves out.
The set is incredibly intricate. There are 5 books to work your way through and each section is incredibly well thought out in terms of build quality and creativity of each individual section. You’ll rarely repeat the same thing twice.
My son wanted this set basically for the Chase McCain mini figure (considering the cost of this set, versus Chase McCain alone, this set was a better option), but the set as a whole is great. It was fun to put together and holds up really well. The cop car is great with the trunk that opens to store the cops “tools”. Also the tire-stoppers are fun too.
^ Jump up to: a b c Kit, Borys (10 October 2014). “‘Lego Batman’ Spinoff Movie in the Works at Warner Bros. (Exclusive)”. The Hollywood Reporter. Archived from the original on 15 October 2014. Retrieved 15 October 2014.
I never used bricklink. Do people have the bricks needed for this set like bagged up in a ziploc or something? Or would I need to catalog, order and track each piece separately? The latter sounds like more trouble than it’s worth.
This is a new sealed lego set Fire Brigade. This set is discontinued and rare. This set is sealed with factory stickers still intact. All parts inside come as new. The box is large, and is in good sha…
I cannot describe how amazing this model is once you’ve built it and have it in front of you. It’s outright imposing due to its size. While not to scale to the typical lego mini figure it exhibits exceptional detail and is an absolute looker. It is definitely one of the most amazing lego assemblies that are purchasable and it definitely looks more like a display show piece than a toy. With the easy to follow instructions it will take you around 8 – 10 hours, depending on how efficient you are in sorting and assembling. Some owners have complained about things falling off when they move it around but I think that’s highly exaggerated and should not take anything away from a 5-star rating since this model is mostly for display and not for actual playing (it’s not to scale anyway). It is mostly very well constructed with a solid base frame. But sure, if you play rough with it or apply pressure on the spoilers at the back or let your kids play with it, things can fall off.
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I suspect this ultimately still boils down to what I said in my first post. If it’s harder to produce but people are not willing to pay more money for it, what’s the point? I find myself as well being not terribly interested in the Technic figures, while I love Technic. Yet I do like minifigs. But it feels like the figures are just not needed in the models.
@slovakiasteph – if you’re not near a LEGO store with a winter toy shop, you could always try calling them and have them ship one to you. Most stores I’ve called are willing to do this. Or you can watch Amazon. It pops in stock every now and then. I’m a bit of a toy shop hoarder, so I check Amazon a lot for this one. Others do as well, and there is a thread on ToysNBricks (http://www.toysnbricks.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=3235) for it. I can try and remember to update this thread as well.
I’ll be bricklinking all 6 of the retired modulars: TH, CC, GG, FB, GE, and MS. I don’t mind swapping the high dollar parts out for cheaper ones, as these are more for display and I don’t plan to resell them. I’ve found a couple good resources for subbing the parts: here, here, and here.
Perhaps a little more basic on the exterior, the Grand Emporium (set # 10211) lacks nothing on the interior. Fashioned after Harrod’s in London, the Grand Emporium features a clothing shop on the first floor, connected by escalator to a home goods shop on the second floor, connected by escalator to a toy shop on the third floor. There is a large atrium rising through all three floors with a large crystal chandelier at the top and the front door features a turnstile entrance along with displays for window shopping. There are even dressing rooms on the first floor and the billboard on the roof is an iconic touch!
There has been a few great cars on LEGO Technic, like an Enzo Ferrari. This supercar is an example of how cool it can look… although if you google a bit you will see MOC by people that make this car look like a toy.
Template LEGO Star Wars Carbon Freezing Chamber 75137 Product Details Product Dimensions: 10.3 x 7.5 x 2.4 inches Item Weight: 13.4 ounces Shipping Weight: 13.4 ounces Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S. International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More Origin: USA Item model number: 6135777 Manufacturer recommended age: 7 – 12 years Features a control center, freeze bed with freeze function, staircase and an elevator Lift Boba Fett into position with the elevator so he keep guard Includes 3 minifigures: Han Solo, Boba Fett, his helmet and an Ugnaught Measures over 5 (13cm) high (with carbonite bed raised), 7 (18cm) wide and 5 (14cm) deep Recreate unforgettable scenes from Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back Han Solo has… Less

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