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Here’s one for the hardcore Marvel fans out there: A loving LEGO translation of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s trademarked Helicarrier, which clocks in at 2,996 pieces and comes with 5 Minifigures, 3 microscale Quinjets, 3 fighter jets, a gasoline truck, 2 forklift trucks 2 runways, 4 road blockades, and 12 tiny Microfigures. None of them, sadly, are Phil Coulson.
Another great entry in the Lego Star Wars series, the Death Star set promises to be just as much an exercise in nostalgia as in patience and puzzle-solving. Constructing the 16″x16″ round orb of doom will take plenty of weeks, with over 4,000 pieces to construct and assemble as you build not just the outer shell protecting an entire planet-destroying laser, but also the interior, complete with plenty of Lego figurines and small details familiar to the star Wars super-fans inside of all of us. With over 23 mini-figures, a control-room for the laser, hangar bay with a movable launch rack, and even a detachable TIE Fighter for Lord Vader, the Death Star set is one of our favorite Star Wars sets ever constructed. It’s no secret when it comes to Lego kits, it’s the little details that count, and the Death Star is full of hidden easter eggs that’ll leave even the most dedicated fans of George Lucas’ space opera series giddy with glee. As you can imagine, something with so much intricacies and detail won’t come cheap: those 4,000 pieces will run you a cool $499, one of the more expensive sets still in production from Lego. It might sound expensive, but for the Star Wars fan in your life, is a must-have gift.
Market Street is a unique set in the Modular Buildings series in that it has fewer than 2000 pieces and is recommended for builders 10 years and up rather than the usual 16. One of the reasons this set was smaller than the others was to provide a lower cost entry point into the Modular Buildings series.[10] Also, until 2018’s Downtown Diner, it was the only ostensible Modular Building set to have minifigures that didn’t all bear the classic-smile-only face.
We’ve recently added a selection of high quality retro gifts that we feel will appeal to both children and adults alike. This is to allow those who like to make life easier, do all their Christmas and / or birthday shopping in one place! We have a cool range of retro car merchandise, and a fab collection of popular logo products.
LEGO Star Wars Minifigures Imperial Shuttle Building Blocks Sets Blasters   Item Description About this item LEGO Star Wars Imperial Shuttle is an intimidating Imperial starship. Featuring huge folding wings and opening front and side panels, this amazing model also has an opening minifigure cockpit, detailed hold with seating for four minifigures, a rear ramp with blaster storage, dual spring-loaded shooters and retractable landing skids. Recreate epic space battles from the epic movie, Star Wars: Rogue One or create your own. This set includes five minifigures plus a Droid.   LEGO Star Wars   Gender Boys Fabric Content 100% NA Age Range 8 to 11 Years, 12 to 14 Years Character Star Wars Count 863     Theme LEGO Star Wars     Features Star Wars: Rogue One, opening minifigure cockpit,… Less
During development of this first set in the series, the designers considered the cost of several options. One more expensive version had additional café features, dark green interior walls, a bike and an additional minifigure. In contrast, a lower cost version of the set was considered which lacked rear exterior walls, interior stairs, and extra interior walls on the second floor, and had only 2 minifigures but no bike.[1]
Control two LEGO motors with and IR remote control ! 1 x Power Functions IR Receiver 8884 ( NEW & SEALED ). 1 x Power Functions IR Remote Control 8885 (NEW,NOT SEALED ). ELECTRIC LEGO PARTS. IR Remote Control 8885 requires 3 – AAA.
So this was my first real “big boy” LEGO set. I plunked down $200 on LEGO. I didn’t even tell my wife how much this thing cost because I knew she’d look at me like I was crazy (but also love the set once built). I had no idea what I was getting myself into.
The Znap line was an obvious reaction to K’Nex, an American construction toy company that was founded in 1993. Like those of K’Nex, Znap pieces were more elaborate than traditional Lego bricks, and could allow for more architectural creations, like bridges. Ultimately, Znap proved to be an inferior competitor and failed to catch on. To make matters worse, Lego even used those highly unprofitable Technic motors in some of the sets.
From the hit film comes the LEGO The Batman Movie 70908 Scuttler set. Leap into the cockpit of the incredible Scuttler with Batman and scurry to the rescue. Fire the stud shooters and capture the vill…
Hello, up for your consideration is my MOC for a 16 X 32 Stud Modular Police Station. Its a narrow building 16 studs wide that could be used with the Assembly Square. There is no interior but a lot of…
The new Lego Brick Bank (set # 10251), which just debuted in January of 2016, is a great new addition to the Lego modular city. The bank itself has your standard bank iconography with ornate architecture, a large atrium, a transaction counter with security glass and, of course, a vault with safe deposit boxes. Upstairs is a secretary’s office complete with a typewriter and espresso machine and the bank manager’s office finely decorated. However, this modular is not just a bank but also includes a laundromat around the corner on the ground floor with 4 laundromat machines. Altogether, this makes for a practical and fun addition whether that means your townspeople will actually use the facilities as intended or hold them up at gunpoint so the police have to be called in. Oh, wait, there isn’t a modular police station yet… yep, that does pose a few difficulties!
Once the scene is set up, all your player has to do is dodge the robot penguins and grab the diamond! The set includes exclusive Scuba Batman and The Penguin minifigures with weapons and assorted accessories; including a harpoon, umbrella, and dynamite.
It is difficult to single out one LEGO set from the rest because the manufactured quality, effort, imagination and creativity are recognized in every single set, with no difference. In my opinion you cannot make a mistake, whichever you choose. I started bying LEGO sets long time ago and still, after all these years, I see that they preserved all the trademarks of their products and plus added some improvements over time. A job well done!

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