Batgirl gets her second set in the second wave of LEGO DC Super Hero Girls sets – with Batgirl’s Secret Bunker.
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.
As anyone who has seen The LEGO Batman movie will know, Lobster Thermidor is a big factor in plastic brick Bruce Wayne/Batman’s life.
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)
Spider-Man has been my favourite superhero since I was a kid, so it’s not surprising that Spidey has also featured heavily in my daughter’s childhood. Continue reading Unleashing your inner Spider-Man (or Spider-Girl)