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These reviews have been contributed by Brickset users recently:
|Image||Set details||Review summary||Author|
|ISBN0241279585 The LEGO BATMAN MOVIE: The Making of the Movie||Incredible Insight! Highly Recommended||thisisteekay|
|75175 A-wing Starfighter||Small addtion to the Rebel base||Kris_PL|
|70910 Scarecrow Special Delivery||Special Delivery!||Sethro3|
|30607 Disco Batman - Tears of Batman||Roller disco your sadness away||Sethro3|
|70904 Clayface Splat Attack||A medium Nougat parts pack or fun play set. A clayface conundrum awaits.||Sethro3|
|31064 Island Adventures||A good solid Flying Boat...||SqdnCmndrAceFlshrt|
|75141 Kanan's Speeder Bike||The Joben T-85 Speeder, only larger!||Japanbuilder|
|76076 Captain America Jet Pursuit||Simple plane, saved by the unique parts.||rbarnacle|
41232 Super Hero High School is the second large educational building (after 41005 Heartlake High in 2013) to be featured in a minidoll theme in recent years but this one has the added twist that it is no ordinary high school, but one for amazingly talented, super-powered students.
So how does this set match up to its attendees: equally super, could do better, or heading for a failing grade?
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Top UK toy retailer Smyths Toys has discounted dozens of sets, including 20% or more off many of The LEGO Batman Movie sets such as the Batmobile, Scuttler and Clayface, and 30% off 42056 Porsche 911 GT3 RS.
You can view everything that's reduced on the Smyths Toys website.
After a hectic New York toy fair weekend it's a quiet week in LEGO-land. There's not a lot of news to report, I'm afraid, but here are a few items to keep you informed:
- Merlin is constructing yet another LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in Europe, this time in Nyíregyháza, Hungary. It's due to open in 2020. More information.
Thanks to Yellow for the news.
- LEGO has published images of 71042 Silent Mary in preparation for it becoming available at shop.LEGO.com mid-March (you can check the price here: USA | Canada | UK | Germany | France). You'll find two pictures of the ship and eight of the minifigures on the set details page. I think LEGO is being clever only showing photos of the ship taken at an acute angle; I suspect when viewed side-on the hull is full of wide unsightly gaps.
- The Disco Batman/Tears of Batman polybag is now out of stock in Europe so you'll no longer receive one with your order. To compensate a new offer is in place until 12th March: free 30446 The Batmobile when you spend over £25 on 'retiring soon' items (UK | Germany | France).
I hope you don't mind, I'm having a bit of a break from writing reviews this week: I've had some family matters to attend to recently and in what spare time I have had I've been frantically building in preparation for my first event of the year, Rock That Block in Belgium at the start of April. Will I see you there?
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41589 Captain America contains just 79 pieces, the fewest of any BrickHeadz set released so far. Nevertheless, the model is highly detailed and matches the character as he appears in recent Marvel Cinematic Universe films, with a dark blue uniform featuring some red and white stripes as well as a silver star and brown straps on his chest. It therefore looks quite different to the exclusive version from San Diego Comic-Con which featured much simpler printing but included decorative wings on either side of the head, a feature absent from this figure.
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