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  1. According to the usually reliable source Just2Good we'll get a new Clone Turbo Tank with set number 75151. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qsqdNdgKBo
  2. Lego has just updated their "License Conflicts and Resolutions" page and it stipulates that any submitted project related to the Doctor Who property will be accepted for possible review in the future if and when it achieves the required supporter milestone. Of course this does not guarantee a single thing but given many of us now have a Back to the Future Delorean sitting on a shelf with a space beside it awaiting the upcoming Ghostbusters Ecto-1 car, the chance of also having a small Tardis does not appear to be that farfetched of a concept, does it? Via The Brick Fan
  3. Read on a french site today, the upcoming sets for winter of 2016... Microfighters Series 3 - 4 are from rebels, and 2 are from Ep72 new Force Awakens sets "Battle on Takodana" and the Pirate Transport2 new Battle packs from the Force Awakens2 Battlepacks from Battlefront Game6 of those Construction Figures4 Old Trilogy Sets (Hoth Attack, Bespin Carbon Freezing Chamber (YEAH), Droid Escape Pod, ROTS Obi Wan Jedi Interceptor).
  4. 2016

    Here is the rumored list for Series 16 due out around September this year courtesy of just2Good. Babysitter Wildlife Photographer Cyborg Ice Queen Penguin Guy Banana Guy Spy Imp Hiker Rogue Arabian Knight Serenader Spooky Boy Scalawag Pirate Dog Show Judge Female Kickboxer
  5. I currently live in Japan and visited a merchant where I picked up the Carbon-Freezing chamber. I visited the store on a Sunday where a stock person was pulling around a cart with all of the new sets. I asked if these sets were for sale and he said "no, they will be for sale tomorrow". So I returned to the store the following day to find the sets available. I only purchased one, kicking myself now. There are currently no more for purchase. I have asked other employees by showing them a picture and they claim that they will not be getting or selling that set. I have also heard rumor that the United States may not get many or will be late to get them. Does anyone have any additional info on this set and if the merchant was just early to release? Thank you all for the input.
  6. These would be quite popular. http://www.brickpicker.com/news/view.cfm/lego-disney-collectible-minifigures-series-coming-in
  7. A first look at LEGO's Super Heroes "Mighty Micro" minifigures.
  8. Rumor has it that the Castle line will return but with the fantasy era which included dwarves, orcs, and ogres aside from the usual knights. It would seem time for my brethren to make a triumphant return. FOR THE HORDE!!!! The Brick Fan
  9. Todd McFarlane's next line in his construction sets will be based on the weirdly popular series of attacking animatronics. I only just saw these not hearing anything about them prior for some reason. Anyway here is the official product page.
  10. First look at Dr Strange set. Digging the Dr Strange mini figure.
  11. 2016

    There is a new biggest Technic set in town 3927 pieces. http://zusammengebaut.com/toy-fair-2016-lego-technic-bucket-wheel-excavator-video-and-images-4160/
  12. Mega Bloks Star Trek revealed at the New York Comic-Con. Everything so far has been based on the original classic television series that started it all.
  13. Here is the long-awaited collage for this year's Nnovvember build event. The number of entries this time is noticeably smaller than the last (which was around a hundred or something) but still very impressive finishing at 77 Vic Vipers between 48 builders. You can check out the Flickr group to see more. I had thought of posting a handful each day similar to what I do with SHIPtember ....but then I realize just how many designs this one event can bring in. Ha. Nnovvember 2016
  14. A seemingly credible source on EB says that the 2016 Winter Village Seasonal set will be a new Christmas Train. We haven't had a decent real train in a while, and with last year's rehash set there are Winter Village collectors eager for something new. If they do this set well, it will be an investment winner due to the double category demand. If you are still hanging onto 10173's you may want to sell off any stock before the official announcement and pictures.
  15. LEGO REVIEW: Star Wars AT-ST Walker 75153

    I never had a LEGO system scale AT-ST. I got a UCS one from a comic shop, but that's not really the same. Even when I was a kid in the 80's, this was never my favorite vehicle. Now I look at my AT-AT and feel like it's missing something. The AT-AT is missing its little brother AT-ST. I was so excited to find out that this vehicle was coming for Rogue One. I really needed to fill out my display. It doesn't matter what minifigures are with it, as long as it fits with my Original Trilogy stuff. I didn't want to backtrack and find the 2007 system scale version because a set that's a decade old usually looks like a set that's almost 10 years old. This set looks good on the box. Can it be as good as it looks? REVIEW: SET DETAILS Set #: 75153 Name: AT-ST Walker Theme: Star Wars Parts: 449 Price: $39.99 BOX CONTENTS Some people may wind up picking up a set that is open box or, want to verify the box contents before beginning a build. For this set, there are 3 numbered baggies, a sticker sheet, and an instruction book. BUILD AND EXECUTION: BAG 1: I'm interested from the beginning. There's a gearbox and a pair of axles right from the start. We're building the hips/pelvis/base of the walker. I was interested in the hinges as well. We're building out the base of the walker. We have to make it sturdy so that it can support that massive head on the spindly legs. Speaking of spindly legs, once we have finished the base, we start the legs. Honestly, I was hoping for more articulation here. The leg only has a single joint. I could see where the ankle could have a joint. In fact, optimally, there should be at least 4 joints. maybe that's just me griping. How much should we really expect from a $40 set? I'm not going to show multiple steps making the second leg. It's just a mirror build of the first leg. You just finish some details, cover the corners. And, we've finished Bag 1. I was wondering why a $40 set had less bags than a $30 set. It seems to me that there was a lot of build for one bag. I'm guessing that it's more than 40% of the set. BAG 2: We're starting construction on the "head." Notice the little push levers on the back there. I've been noticing more and more that the triggers for the spring missiles and the missile launchers themselves are getting better incorporated than a year ago. A year ago I was unhappy with how poorly they hid the boxy shooters in the First Order Transporter. Now, I sort of look forward to seeing how well it is hidden. I'm still not seeing a cockpit coming together here. I can see the cutout where the missile launcher will go. I also appreciate the cutout for the push trigger. However, this base seems far too narrow. There's a thermal detonator piece on the orange 1x1 round plate. It's interesting to me that we're building up instead of out. I say that because in Return of the Jedi, we saw that the AT-ST is a 2 seater. I'm disappointed that this looks to be a single seater. I notice the posts and pegs and it says to me that we'll be slotting panels in place. We've also got pegs on the front and sides where decorative panels can be placed. Notice the spring launchers are now in place and we're shaping the head with wedges and slopes. Plug the head in place and add a couple of grey lightsaber handles for guns. I am not sure they're quite big enough. We also build out the AT-ST Pilot and Rebel Trooper in this bag. I'm wondering why they didn't just do 1 figure per bag. BAG3: The first side panel is coming together. Notice the peg holes. We put together a set of guns for the first side. Finish the panel and snap it on the posts. We're going to build another panel that is the mirror image of the previous one. There's a different weapon on this side of the vehicle which is actually accurate to the movie version. There's a roof panel that we're building now. It's going to hinge up so that you can place your figures. Finish the decorative bits and add a hatch to replicate the movie version. It's not really effective for playing inside, so it's purely decorative. I do like the panels on the front that represent the blast covers that would fold over the eyes. Peg it all together and we're done. REACTION: I love the way this looks. It's well designed and looks fairly accurate. I'm a bit sad that it's not a 2 seater. I'm also disappointed that there is only a single joint in the legs. To me it isn't as good as the legs of the AT-AT. I do realize that it's a much smaller set and you can do more with bigger sets, but I would think there could be a bit more flexibility. Despite my problems with the legs, I really do love the way this one looks. The assembly was fun enough and appeared to take a lot of cues from the UCS version. It is much more simple than the UCS version, so don't expect that level of complexity. The minifigures are good. I think that the AT-ST Driver with the goggles painted onto the helmet is nice. We've seen plenty of these guys with goggles on the faces, so it's nice to have something a little different. He's also got a dual sided head as well. I think the paint job of the goggles is a little goofy, but still, nice to have a little variety. I can't tell you how nice it is to have new Rebel Troopers. The helmet seems new and his uniform is different enough from the Hoth, Endor and Scout Trooper uniforms. It does look like a uniform, moreso than the Resistance Troopers from last year. Baze Malbus is an interesting looking character. He's got a dual sided head and he's got a big backpack and gun linked by a short piece of chain. FINAL THOUGHTS: On the day of release, Wal-mart started selling this set for $32.83. It's surprising to have a discount on a new Star Wars set on the day it comes out. I have a theory that $29.99 is the upper limit for a gift for kids from friends or relations. This set is an outlier, but it's close enough that people might get it instead of the cheaper hovertank. This set is going to be popular for army builders and OT Purists. Since the last version of the AT-ST is so old, there's going to be a wave of people buying them new for their Ewok Villages or Assault on Hoth sets. I think this will be the most popular Rogue One set post retirement. It may not be the set that gains the most in value, but it will be the easiest one to move. Get it on Amazon EXTRA PIECES: There's an extra roller skate and even an extra thermal detonator. The rest is a mixed bag of the smallest pieces in the set. Please take a look at the other Star Wars Reviews: #75060 Slave I (click here) #75078 Imperial Troop Transport (click here) #75085 Hailfire Droid (click here) #75087 Anakin's Starfighter (click here) #75092 Naboo Starfighter (click here) #75094 Shuttle Tydirium (click here) #75100 Snowspeeder (click here) #75101 Tie Fighter (click here) #75102 Poe's X-Wing Fighter (click here) #75103 First Order Transporter (click here) #75109 Obi-Wan Kenobi action figure (click here) #75125 Resistance X-Wing Fighter Microfighter (click here) #75127 The Ghost Microfighter (Click here) #75131 Resistance Trooper Battle Pack (click here) #75132 First Order Battle Back (click here) #75133 Rebel Alliance Battle Pack (click here) #75134 Galactic Empire Battle Pack (click here) #75135 Obi-Wan's Jedi Interceptor (click here) #75136 Droid Escape Pod (click here) #75137 Carbon-Freezing Chamber (click here) #75139 Battle on Takodana (click here) #75141 Resistance Troop Transporter (click here) #75148 Encounter on Jakku (click here) #75150 Vader's TIE Advanced vs. A-Wing Starfighter (click here) #75152 Imperial Assault Hovertank (click here)
  16. According to the usually reliable source Just2Good we'll get a new Darth Vader's Tie Advanced with set number 75150. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qsqdNdgKBo
  17. As much as I enjoy LEGO's super hero offerings, sometimes they put out characters that I just don't really care about. It's not that I don't like Doctor Strange, I just really never cared about him at all. When I first saw this set, I was struck with how interesting it looked. It's kind of like the Big Bang Theory set, but more interesting. You know, because of a giant Cthulu monster popping out of the wall. This set is exclusive to Target and to LEGO Shop at home, or LEGOLAND shops. This is the only set made for the forthcoming Doctor Strange film. It's much like last year's Ant-Man set in that regard. REVIEW: SET DETAILS Set #: 76060 Name: Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum Theme: Marvel Super Heroes Parts: 358 Price: $29.99 BOX CONTENTS Some people may wind up picking up a set that is open box or, want to verify the box contents before beginning a build. For this set, there are 3 numbered baggies, a sticker sheet, a comic book, a large plate and 2 instruction books. BUILD AND EXECUTION: BAG 1: Well, as with all sets that contain minifigures, the first piece that you make in any bag is the minifigure. Check out the exclusively decorated disks. He's got 2 of those nifty handles that they designed to allow characters to hold items directly in front of them. Strange: Hello, I am Doctor Strange, Master of the Mystic arts and Sorcerer Supreme. Welcome to my Sanctum Sanctorum. What's that? you can't see my home, well I shall have to unravel the spells hiding it to allow the uninitiated access. You begin building the façade for the sanctuary. Lots of arch pieces in this set, and here we see the first 2. Strange: You may wonder what makes me a Master of the Mystic arts, well I received a double major from Cornell University in surgical medicine and tarot reading. I had a minor in hand waving and table thumping, then I banged my head when I slipped coming out of the shower and BANG . . magic. You add tiles and a large slope. Your first sticker appears fairly early on, and it's a big one. we need mystic symbols for a magical doorway. Strange: In my time as the Sorcerer Supreme, I have helped many of my fellow heroes when they run into problems. Why hello Captain. Cappy: Hey Doc, the Red Skull did something with his cosmic cube thingy, and now I feel a little strange. Can you un-strange me? Strange: I am Strange, instead I will SUPER-STRANGE you! Cappy: Yeah ok. You expand the dimensions of the play area to about 3X the previous size. Plus, you start stacking mail. Strange: Your form has been restored. Captain America: Thanks man. I gotta get back to kicking Red Skull's tail up to his shoulders. Strange: You know, if you need help fighting the evils of the world, I am always here. Captain America: Yeah, sure, I'll do that. You continue to build up the wall. Here, we have created pivot points for play features. You can use the clear pieces to make your minifigures appear to fly or jump or whatever. Also, we see that Doctor Strange is a bit of a slob. First it was piles of mail, now it's piles of ancient documents. Strange: Now that my house is becoming visible, I see that Wong is really falling down on the job. This place is nowhere near as clean as he keeps telling me. I wonder where he is. I hope he doesn't make me find him again. I'll have to feed him a bowl of spider webs if he's hiding. BAG 2: You create a new circular portal, I'm actually not sure why I took a picture at this point in the build, except to introduce Wong. *THUD* Wong: Oof! Strange: Oh there you are, laying down on the job again. This place is a mess. Wong: Master, quickly, there's something evil that I am fighting. Strange: I hope it's the dust bunnies in the corners. I really kind of dig the use of the big blades to create the interesting pattern in the "window." Using large wall pieces to build up the walls is kind of a cheat I think. Although, just stacking 1x6 bricks would have been boring. Strange: Poor Wong doesn't understand that using a broom would be so much more effective at getting rid of dust than his fans. Wong: Master, the peril is nigh! Strange: The only peril I know of is how much you will suffer if you don't find the rest of my mail. You begin building the horrific creature here. using several gears and a bunch of tentacle pieces, you start to have a pretty sweet play feature. I am not a fan of play features, but this one really made me happy. The disk with the eyes is interesting because it is freewheeling. You can spin it independently and it will rotate somewhat as you spin the cog in back to make the center and the dark red cylinders on bottom spin. Wong: Master, it appears! Strange: See, Wong, I told you that if you just put a little elbow grease into it, the old shine will return to everything. Good man. You have to finish off the wall that holds the portal to another universe. It doesn't look like much right now. Strange: Past Due, final notice? Perhaps keeping my home and all the objects within invisible is a bad idea. Wong: Begone foul thing! Strange: That's right Wong, begone foul debt collectors, I banish you to the trash can of perdition. You finish building the creature here. I really like it a lot. Sure, it's kind of simple, but it's got some real personality. The longer tentacles twist in their mounts while the mouth rotates. It's just fun, and I hate play features usually. Wong: Master! Help me! Strange: If I wanted to clean this place myself, I never would have hired you! Now quit making such a big deal out of doing your job. I'm not entirely sure why this particular play feature was added. Is it some kind of a lever for a secret door that's not included. Otherwise, it's just a hovering ball. Mordo: Worry not Wing, I shall save you. Wong: Actually its Wong sir. Strange: Actually, it's "going to be out of a job" if he doesn't find my important letters soon. It's time to fill space and make it look less plain. To that end we build a nice little bookcase, Strange: Oh, my bookcase, Is it possible you put that letter from Tony Stark here? Mordo: grab onto my staff Wang and I shall pull you free. Wong: It's pronounce Wong sir, but If you can save me from this horrible thing, I'll let you call me whatever you like. So, Doctor Strange has another bookcase. It's basically the same as the first one. Strange: I completely forgot that I had another bookcase here. Hey Wong, remember when I was pulling rabbits out of hats? Mordo: Back foul beast! Back to the depths from which you arose! Wong: Oh thank you sir. I thought for sure that I would be eaten. You build a few more details like a table and candles along with another pile of mail. Place a bottle and cup and other stuff, and we're all done. Strange: Finally, there's my table with my important letters. . . By the hoary hosts of Hoggoth! What is that foul beast? Wong: I was trying to clean out the old Tupperware from your mini fridge and this was inside one. Strange: My guacamole!!!!! Mordo: Seriously man, you need to clean that stuff out more often. REACTION: I actually really liked the playset and facade. As I built it, I kept thinking of how boring the Big Bang Theory Facade is in comparison to this set. I enjoyed the messiness of his lair and even the play features. Usually I am not a fan of play features, but these were just fun. I'm not a fan of the character or even the minifigures, but that's just a personal thing. The figures look good enough. All 3 figures have dual sided torsos and deco on the front of the legs. Doctor Strange and Mordo have dual sided faces and Wong has some kind of decoration on the back of his head. I definitely don't understand the lines on his head. Mordo's using that hairpiece that they designed for Finn last year. Strange has painted details on the temples of his hair. FINAL THOUGHTS: For the most part, Super Hero sets are stinkers. People generally purchase them for the minifigures and the knock-off market has ruined the aftermarket for most of them. This set does have a few things going for it. It's an exclusive. Not all exclusives are winners, but it doesn't hurt. It's also unlikely that we'll see these 3 figures in another set anytime soon. If the Doctor Strange movie is popular, there will be more demand. We've seen what happens with a one off set from a marvel movie that gets limited distribution. It's too soon to compare this set to Ant-Man, but there are similarities. Keep a weather eye out for shortages. (NOTE: I realized after I finished that it is not Wong, but the Ancient One. However, all of my jokes that I set up were dependent upon it being Wong. So, sorry folks.) EXTRA PIECES: Lots of little pieces including a flame and a key and a red tooth piece. There is also another one of those new gripper pieces. If you like Super Hero sets, please check out these other reviews: 76049 Avenjet Space Mission 76065 Mighty Micros Captain America Vs. Red Skull 76022 X-Men Vs. Sentinel 76044 Clash of Heroes 76037 Rhino and Sandman Supervillain Team-up 76047 Black Panther Pursuit 76050 Crossbones Hazard Heist DC Mighty Micros 76053 Batman: Gotham City Cycle Chase 76052 Classic Series Batcave 76051 Super Hero Airport Battle 76058 Spider-Man: Ghost Rider Team-Up
  18. Here is the list of current and upcoming polybags in the LEGO world. If you've found a polybag that's not on this list, or have any update to give us, please note it in the comments below. This information is put together from a number of different sources on the Internet, including real world reports. Availability in your area may vary. This information is US-based. These are from within the last 12 months. Polybags Currently Available Set # Theme Set Name Locations 30347 City Fire Car TRU 30349 City Sports Car Legoland, Target 30311 City Swamp Police Helicopter TRU 30471 Creator Helicopter Legoland 30285 Creator Tiger TRU 30397 Disney Princess Olaf's Summertime Fun Legoland, Target 30259 Elves Azari's Magic Fire Legoland, TRU 30375 Elves Sira's Adventurous Airglider Lego.com 30396 Friends Cupcake Stall Legoland 30204 Friends Wish Fountain TRU 30320 Jurassic World Gallimimus Trap Gamestop 30371 Nexo Knights Knight's Cycle Legoland, TRU 30373 Nexo Knights Knighton Hyper Cannon Legoland 30374 Nexo Knights Lava Slinger Legoland 30291 Ninjago Anacondrai Battle Mech Legoland, TRU 5002144 Ninjago Dareth vs. Nindroid TRU 30421 Ninjago Skybound Plane Legoland 30277 Star Wars First Order Star Destroyer Legoland 30602 Star Wars First Order Stormtrooper Lego.com 30279 Star Wars Kylo Ren's Command Shuttle Legoland 5002122 Star Wars TC-4 Legoland 30603 Super-Heroes Batman Classic TV Series - Mr. Freeze Lego.com 30447 Super-Heroes Captain America's Motorcycle TRU 30604 Super-Heroes Cosmic Boy DVD/Blu Ray 30168 Super-Heroes Gun mounting system (Iron Patriot) Gamestop 5002946 Super-Heroes Silver Centurion Gamestop 30448 Super-Heroes Spider-Man vs The Venom Symbiote Legoland 30446 Super-Heroes The Batmobile TRU 30601 Scooby Doo Scooby-Doo DVD/Blu Ray (Preorder May 2016) 30605 Star Wars Finn (FN-2187) Gamestop (Preorder June 2016) 30606 Super-Heroes Nightwing DVD/Blu Ray (Preorder June 2016) Polybags Coming Soon Set # Theme Set Name Locations Status Date 5004409 Bionicle Accessory pack Unknown 2016 5002942 Bionicle Bionicle Villain Pack Non-US release only? Unknown Dec 2015 30350 City Drilling Machine Unknown 2016 30348 City Mini Dumper EU release No Recent Sightings Feb 2016 5004404 City Police Chase Non-US release only? Unknown Jan 2016 30346 City Prison Island Helicopter TRU Unknown 2016 30474 Creator Reindeer Unknown 2016 30217 Duplo Duplo Forest Random Bag Non-US release only? Unknown Dec 2015 40167 Duplo Promotional polybag Unknown 2016 30322 Duplo Wildlife Unknown 2016 5004401 Duplo Wildlife Puzzle Unknown 2016 30399 Friends Bowling Alley Unknown 2016 5002931 Friends Disco Dance Floor Non-US release only? Unknown Oct 2015 5004395 Friends Jewellery and Sticker Pack Unknown 2016 30473 Juniors Racer Unknown 2016 5004390 Nexo Knights (Exclusive Minifigure) Lego Store Unknown Jul 2016 30292 Ninjago Jay Nano Mech Aus/NZ release No Recent Sightings Oct 2015 5002920 Ninjago Ninjago Accessory Pack Non-US release only? Unknown Nov 2015 5002922 Ninjago Ninjago Role Play Non-US release only? Unknown Oct 2015 5002919 Ninjago Scenery and Dagger Trap Non-US release only? Unknown Nov 2015 30423 Ninjago Sky Pirate Unknown 2016 5004391 Ninjago Sky Pirates Battle Non-US release only? Unknown 2016 30424 Ninjago Wu Cru Training Unknown 2016 5004406 Star Wars First Order General Unknown 2016 Polybags That Appear to be Unavailable Set # Theme Set Name Locations Status Date 30256 Chima Ice Bear Mech Target No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30312 City Demolition Driller TRU No Recent Sightings Dec 2015 30314 City Go-Kart Racer Target No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30315 City Space Utility Vehicle Legoland, Target No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30228 City Police ATV Kmart No Recent Sightings Oct 2015 30188 Creator Cute Kitten TRU No Recent Sightings Oct 2015 40146 Creator Lufthansa Plane Lufthansa No Recent Sightings Oct 2015 30472 Creator Parrot Lego Store No Recent Sightings Mar 2016 30284 Creator Tractor Lego.com No Recent Sightings Oct 2015 30321 Duplo Duck Lego.com No Recent Sightings 3/1/2016 2000447 Education Mini Milo CES 2016 Giveaway No Recent Sightings Feb 2016 30398 Friends Adventure Camp Bridge Lego.com No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30112 Friends Emma's Flower Stand TRU No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30203 Friends Mini Golf TRU No Recent Sightings Dec 2015 30205 Friends Pop Star Legoland No Recent Sightings Dec 2015 30202 Friends Smoothie Stand TRU No Recent Sightings Dec 2015 5004388 Nexo Knights Nexo Knights Intro Pack Lego.com No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30372 Nexo Knights Robin's Mini Fortrex Lego.com No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30422 Ninjago Kai's Mini Dragon Lego.com, Target No Recent Sightings Mar 2016 30294 Ninjago The Cowler Dragon Target No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30286 Seasonal Christmas Tree Target, TRU No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 40055 Seasonal Halloween Pumpkin TRU No Recent Sightings Oct 2015 5002947 Star Wars Admiral Yularen Legoland No Recent Sightings Nov 2015 30272 Star Wars A-Wing Starfighter Legoland No Recent Sightings Mar 2016 30274 Star Wars AT-DP Legoland No Recent Sightings Mar 2016 5002948 Star Wars C-3P0 TRU No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30276 Star Wars First Order Special Forces TIE Fighter Target No Recent Sightings Mar 2016 30246 Star Wars Imperial Shuttle Target No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30278 Star Wars Poe's X-Wing Fighter Target No Recent Sightings Mar 2016 5002938 Star Wars Stormtrooper Sergeant TRU No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30275 Star Wars TIE Advanced Prototype Target, TRU No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30304 Super-Heroes Avengers Quinjet TRU No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 5002125 Super-Heroes Electro TRU No Recent Sightings Feb 2016 5003084 Super-Heroes Hulk TRU No Recent Sightings Feb 2016 30303 Super-Heroes Joker Bumper Car Legoland, Target, Walmart No Recent Sightings Jan 2016 30305 Super-Heroes Spider-Man Super Jumper Walmart No Recent Sightings Dec 2015 5002943 Super-Heroes Winter Soldier Lego.com No Recent Sightings Oct 2015 View full blog article
  19. 2016

    Official name I am unsure of. Here you go anyway....into the danger zone.