The latest issue of Blocks magazine travels from Isla Nublar to Cloud City via the LEGO MASTERS Build Room.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is about to arrive on home release, so it is the perfect opportunity to review the sets based on the film – as well as the classic Jurassic Park set that celebrates the original film’s 20th anniversary. To get some extra insight into these dinosaur based builds, Blocks heads to Billund to speak to one of the LEGO model designers who worked on the theme.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the fundraising event. Since 2009, over $90,000 has been raised and with that money local co-ordinators have purchased and donated thousands of brand new LEGO sets to organizations serving children in need as well as schools, orphanages, and children’s hospitals across the world.
41453 Party Time is among the most appealing sets from the new Unikitty! range in my opinion, due primarily to the inclusion of Hawkodile. This impressive figure is unique and he looks superb in official images, matching the character from the animated series with remarkable accuracy.
However, my interest in this set was lessened quite considerably by its price of £29.99 in the UK. That seems extremely expensive, especially when compared with the US price of $19.99. Fortunately, this set is currently available for just £15.00 on Amazon and that cost seems much more reasonable to me.