Slave I Spectacle!

Review: 75060 Slave I, by Masked Builder, on Eurobricks

 

Still drooling over the LEGO company’s last UCS set, the 75060 Slave I, yet indecisive whether to buy it or not? Rebel Blogger Masked Builder dedicated his time to help you out. He presents us with his in-depth review of the incredible set. It takes a good look at the booklet, the minifigs, the build, the playability and the final model with some very clear pictures. And Masked Builder hit the perfect balance of getting you excited for the build, but not spoiling it for you. So what are you still waiting for? Go on a happy discovery through the model, or fall in love with it once more, with the review.

On an average day that might be more than enough of your dose of Slave I. But today is your lucky day. ZCerberus has taken on the Herculean task of putting all 5 of the Slave I playsets LEGO has produced next to each other for a tremendous review/history lesson/story of the Slave I in all its manifestations. From 2000 to 2015, the tremendous evolution of the parts, colors, designs and minifigs becomes apparent in this tour-de-force. It’s quite a challenge to read it all, but I guarantee that you’ll walk out with a renewed view on your favorite bricks. So fill in the next hour of your agenda with a marvelous journey that begins here.

Slave I Retrospective and UCS Comparison, by ZCerberus, on Eurobricks
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