Posted by Huw, 29 Apr 2012 13:53. Filed under
I'm not a big fan, but I know a lot of you are, so enjoy this image of four of the forthcoming sets, sent to me by m4rkiz.
I like the look of these, except for Bulk (6223).
Waitaminute, is Stringer using a guitar weapon. Kinda takes 'Guitar Hero' to new heights :p
Well its just more to add to the Mech im building from their parts.
This is probably a scan of the ad at the back of the ultra build instruction, which I photographed and put on my flickr photo stream.
I like the way Lego made Stringer. Clever idea for a Guitar weapon using sound waves to attack with.
These summer guys are just looking great. Especially Voltix.
I dont like these as sets but I also play warhammer 40k and I buy these sets and use the parts for my mods. I know some of you die a little when I cut up pieces and stuff like that but these parts are perfect for that kind of thing. I would post pics but I have a feeling they would be deleted by the mods.
I like them but Bulk dosn't look much different the series 1.
STILL?!?!?!@nightshroud99, Sounds a lot like Demyx from Kingdom Hearts 2.
I love how you have paragraphs of information whenever anything else is found, but when it's Hero Factory, it's a sentence. I guess there really isn't much to say about them.
Yup if you buy the Marvel ultrabuild figures the instructions contain these adverts, Stringer and Core Hunter look cool!
At StarWarsGeek: He, he, he.
My brother thought that Core Hunter was a spider! He may be the evilest looking villain HF has ever face.
Love 'em all except for Mister Rainbow man. I threw up in my mouth when I saw him :P
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