At the end of the LEGO Move, we saw the town of Bricksburg invaded by visitors from the Planet DUPLO (And we will destroy you all…). These creatures finally appeared in DUPLO Form this year. On the eve of the official opening of the film in Australia, I built this set as a live stream using Facebook Live.Continue reading
The LEGO Movie 2
Getting Twitchy for The LEGO® Movie 2: Sweet Mayhem’s Systar Starship 70830 [Rapid Review]
As I continued my online protest of the delay in opening the LEGO Movie 2 in Australia until the 21st of March. (compared with 7th February 2019 in much of the Western world), I turned my eye to Twitch, a streaming platform often used for streaming live video game , to broadcast his live build stream. This time the set of choice was 70830 Sweet Mayhem’s Systar Starship. The stream took place on Sunday, March 17 2019. My Twitch channel can be found at twitch.tv/ramblingbrickContinue reading
Lets’ Stream to the Rex-Treme [Rapid Review: Rex’s Rex-Treme Offroader 70826]
In which I perform another livestream build and review, build a buggy and am offered a challenge by the Bricktastic Blog. What could possibly go wrong?Continue reading
Living in a Dream (house) [Rapid Review 70831 Emmet’s Dream House/Rescue Rocket]
Let me tell you a story. I love living where I do. Most of the time. One of the not so great things about living in Australia is the fact that for three out of the four LEGO® [option theme name here] Movies (The LEGO Movie, the LEGO Batman Movie and The LEGO Movie 2), the official release date in Australia is roughly six weeks behind the rest of the world. Ninjago may have arrived almost simultaneously here. I don’t know what we did to deserve that! There have been a couple of preview screenings, but next to no effort was made by the distributers to publicise them.Continue reading
The Second Wave of TLM2 sets announced…[preview, potential spoilers]
Ahead of this weekend’s New York Show, the LEGO Group have announced three more sets based on the LEGO® Movie 2, which opened in the rest of the world last weekend. The three new sets announced will be released in May. Some might consider some of the following content to be spoilers… as much as any set can be in the absence of context. Others won’t. Details of the sets, as well as the press release come after the break. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
While I’m here: In Australia, while there were some preview screenings of The LEGO Movie 2 during the world wide opening weekend, we have to wait until March 21st to see the film’s general release here. How can we pass the time? How about some live building of some TLM2 sets. I’ll post details on the Rambling Brick Facebook and Instagram pages when I have a schedule worked out. Stay tuned for further details.Continue reading
Looking at The LEGO Movie 2 Collectable Minifigures in a New Light [UV Review 71023]
By now, for many this will be old news: the new set of collectable minifigures is now in shops: Twenty figures in the series. Sixty figures per box. Three complete Sets per box. NO Chase figures. No-one hard to find. But perhaps some are more desirable than others if you are just looking for one or two.
Most of the time, there appears to be one complete set per row BUT this has not been entirely consistent: perhaps some settling in transit, perhaps they just get mixed up a little in the factory?
Today, I’ll have a quick run-through of the figures, and point out some of the interesting features. I figure by now, most enthusiasts have already seen the figures, possibly even collected a set or two. So, I would like to bring you a pictorial essay. Highlighting the front and back of the figures, and also look at them under an ultraviolet lamp, to see if we see anything interesting…After looking at Vibrant Coral ever so briefly last week, I wonder how they will all appear now?Continue reading
Welcome to Apocalypseburg – Population…12 [Annoucement 70840]
When the first teaser trailer was released for the LEGO Movie 2 a few months ago, it depicted a post apocalyptic wasteland: Bricksburg was in ruins following the invasion of the DUPLO creatures at the end of the first movie. These creatures may have moved on, but the effect that they had on the landscape was remarkable. If not a little disturbing. All was bleak, dark, dirty and dusty.
Except for Emmett’s ongoing endless optimism.Continue reading
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