My daughter was sent a trio of LEGO Friends products to try out – Mia’s Beach Scooter, Emma’s Photo Studio, and Stephanie’s Friendship Cakes.
I’ve not been the biggest fan of LEGO Friends in the past, but have been impressed with how the brand has broadened the type of sets they offer.
Continue reading LEGO Friends – Emma’s Photo Studio, Mia’s Beach Scooter, Stephanie’s Friendship Cakes
Anything involving LEGO and DC superheroes is always going to catch my eye, so we found ourselves at The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes exhibition in London. Continue reading The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes (London) review
One of the things that makes Batman such a great theme for the most recent LEGO movie is the wonderful cast of villains and adversaries to draw upon. Continue reading LEGO Batman Movie Catwoman Catcycle Chase (70902)
Bumblebee might not be a superhero you’ve heard of before (I certainly hadn’t), but I’m glad that she has been included in the DC Super Hero Girls line up as she adds some much needed ethnic diversity to the range. Continue reading DC Super Hero Girls LEGO Bumblebee Helicopter Set (41234)
The LEGO Batman Movie is a fusion of two of our favourite things, namely LEGO and Batman. And one of the best things about it are the awesome sets that have been designed for the film and tie-in toys (or perhaps it’s the other way round – who knows).
Of all the sets I saw pre-release, “The Joker Notorious Lowrider” was the one I wanted us to have above all others. The car is basically a Joker-mobile, but in a quirky style befitting of the clown prince of crime. Continue reading The LEGO Batman Movie “The Joker Notorious Lowrider” set (70906)