These LEGO sets continue to be the most satisfying toys in the whole DC Super Hero Girls line.
One of the larger sets from the second wave of LEGO DC Super Hero Girls releases, this is headlined by the villain Lena Luthor. Continue reading LEGO DC Super Hero Girls – Lena Luthor Kryptomite Factory (41238)
Batgirl gets her second set in the second wave of LEGO DC Super Hero Girls sets – with Batgirl’s Secret Bunker.
Continue reading LEGO DC Super Hero Girls – Batgirl’s Secret Bunker set
While some may say My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic has many of the negative trappings of princess culture, it’s almost subversive in the way it differs. It’s about female friendship, the characters are also smart and physically active, often engaging in action based character led plots.
Continue reading Review: ‘My Magical Princess Twilight Sparkle’ toy
The DC Super Hero Girls line has repurposed a couple of villains as heroes, and getting her second set in the latest wave of sets is Harley Quinn. Continue reading Review: Harley Quinn Dorm – LEGO DC Super Hero Girls (41236)
No other female superhero is as iconic as Wonder Woman, and she is a character I have encouraged my daughter to engage with since she was a toddler. However, there’s often been a dearth of products suitable for children – and previously I had to scour the globe (and eBay) to find them.
Thankfully with the merchandising push associated with the Wonder Woman movie, we have a new wave of Wonder Woman stuff to access – and these books from DK have been great for our daughter as an outlet to engage with the character following seeing the movie. Continue reading Wonder Woman DK Books review