I only buy one Lego set a year most of the time, so it are the ones I really, really like. It’s been a while since such a set came out for me, but now it’s time to start planning my next purchase because I really, really like the new 75144 UCS Snowspeeder that will be available on May the Fourth. The press release already got me excited, and now Jim’s review here on Eurobricks completely sold me – or rather, sold the set to me. He gives us an in-depth look into everything we couldn’t see in the press release: what the internals look like, how the cockpit interior shapes up, what the boring and fun parts of the building process are, how much fun playing with the functions is… He also presents some pros and cons if you’re still undecided. But how can you be undecided when looking at Jim’s gorgeous shots of every angle you can conceive, showing how great this model looks? Don’t take my word for it though, and have a look and a read in Jim’s insightful review right here!
As of June 1st, the much debated UCS Assault on Hoth set is available for purchase. There have been a lot of comments on the builds in advance, but what do they look like from up close? Are there any interesting parts to be found in the set? Do the minifigures look great? What kind of goodies does the instruction booklet have to offer? And which spare parts do you get? All of these are questions Bob De Quatre answers in his excellent review. He uncovers some extra flaws but some welcome surprises as well. So before you buy or don’t buy, definitely check out Bob’s beautiful pictures and honest opinion.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released on DVD and Blu-Ray today and to celebrate this occasion, we have written up our thoughts on the first installment in Disney’s new Star Wars trilogy. Did it live up to the hype? Did Abrams return this franchise to its former glory? Is it worth buying the DVD? As with our Star Wars Rebels reviews, this review contains spoilers, so if you’re that one person out there who hasn’t seen the movie yet and has miraculously managed to avoid any spoilers all this time, I would like to congratulate you for your diligence and warn you not to read it. As for everyone else, please go ahead and Continue reading
Are the official pictures of the new Star Wars Buildable Figures not enough for you? Well, you’re in luck. Action Figure Moderator and Reviewer’s Academy Teacher VBBN has made high-quality reviews of all six of these constraction figures. Click the links in the list below to read the reviews:
75107 Jango Fett
75108 Clone Commander Cody
75109 Obi-Wan Kenobi
75110 Luke Skywalker
75111 Darth Vader
75112 General Grievous
Our member JackJonespaw has returned from his long trip to the mountains to bring us a very entertaining review of 75094 Imperial Shuttle Tydirium. It has many detailed pictures of this impressive set and lots of good humor throughout. This is his ninth RA review, so with this review he has graduated from the Eurobricks Reviewers Academy and has joined the ranks of the esteemed Academy teachers. You can read the review here, and if you want to learn how to make high-quality reviews like this, you can join the Reviewers Academy here.
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.