"The structure is actually very nice in my opinion, I really like the small details that were inside, as well as the opening garage. The helicopter and car are very pointless, but I suppose a child will enjoy playing with them. The figures are a bit strange;starting with the big figs, the Hulk is great, Thanos is better than last years, although the mold for the head is still wrong. As for the minifigs, Iron Man is cool, Nebula I wish had her original printing, Captain Marvel is ok, and tiny Ant-Man is great. and the Outrider has great printing. Overall, a set I think kids will love, but adults may not. Also, the price is a bit too high, I advise waiting for a discount."
"First off, I'm so extremely pleased to see new skinned characters in the LEGO Minecraft theme, this is something I hope they continue to do in the future. The skins look great, and the weapons are fitting. The skull arena looks really cool, it has a shooting feature that works ok, and a little terrain for each figure. It's a very easy build, and worth the price in my opinion. It's a great little set!"
"Being that I love the Christmas Creator Expert sets, I had to pick this one up, and it did not disappoint! The detail is incredible inside the fire station, and has a few cool features, such as a bunk bed that can be turned up to reveal a couple of stickered tiles. The kitchen is cute and has enough room for minifigures, and the pole is a nice addition. The outside looks fantastic, with the frosted decorated elements, and the wreaths. The firetruck is small but looks very classic, and has an extendable ladder. The ice rink looks really cool, and even has a statue incorporated into the build. The tree looks phenomenal, no complaints there. The minifigures are cool, love the classic Fireman outfits, and the baby mold is too adorable. The only critique I have about this set is the price, because the set comes with a ton of small elements, more than I expected. The size of the build isn't worth 100 dollars in my opinion, so I suggest waiting until it goes down in a price a little bit. Overall, it's another great addition to the Christmas theme, can't wait for more!"
"When I first saw this set, and the price, I had to have it. Plus, I had never bought a LEGO train up until I bought this one, so I was really excited. And I have to say, I am extremely thrilled to own this set, so I will list the pros/cons:
PROS: -incredible detail on the train, and I love how the side of the carriage can be taken off to place minifigures in there, and there's enough for four figures. -the platform is very well detailed, from the newspaper stand to the magical door opening just like in the movies, and the staircase to place more figures -minifigures are great, and a few of the torsos are usable for any minfigure you want great price, although I paid 66, but 80 is still a great price considering this is a train, and train sets have more specialized pieces
CONS: -no train tracks, would have been nice to include a few -can't be motorized unless you customize it -would have liked an extra Dementor and Sirius Black in the set as well
Overall, very pleased with this set, it's my second favorite Harry Potter set behind the Great Hall."
"As someone who recently made a Lego Diner, I had to buy this set, and it blew me away. I love all the new pieces and rare colors, such as the pink and teal pieces. The diner is fantastic, so much detail on the inside and out, from the black-and white tiled floor, red booths and stools to the grill where the cook can make bacon and flapjacks.My only problem with it is since so much of it is tiled, your figures can't stand up or sit without falling over. The gym on the second floor is super cool, love the dumbells, punching bag that moves, and the boxing ring. Finally, the recording studio has a very detailed and accurate look inside, with the speaker and recording system. The convertible is very nice, and I like how it seats two figures. Finally, the figures are all great, my favorite is the boxer, LOVEEE the hands that have boxing gloves on them. I have seen some complaints about the faces not being the standard Creator expert smiley faces, but I like these faces more, especially since a few are new ones. Overall, it's another groovy Creator Expert set that delivers well in all departments, including a fantastic price-to-part and volume-to-part ratio. Now, I don't think this modular doesn't look good next to the other modulars because it clearly is from a different time period, so I recommend displaying it elsewhere."
"What an egg-cellent set! (Ok enough of the puns), I really like this mech and set. I'm a big fan of lego mechs, so naturally I had to get this, and I was not disappointed. The mech has such a cool whisk that can be used as a claw/hand, and the other arm has a hilarious fried egg shooter, with printed egg tiles (SUPER useful). The back has a funny storage canister, with a chicken and three eggs. The shaping of the mech is egg-cellent (sorry), it really looks like an egg, and the mech surprisingly can stand in just about any pose, with working knees and arms. Finally, the minifigures are fantastic; Egghead has a funny new head piece to make his head shaped like an egg, Batman is Batman (awesome), and Condiment King steals the show, although his face printing is a bit off. I love the creativity this set displays, and I love seeing Lego come up with wacky and new kinds of sets and mechs. Only thing is the price, I think $25 is a better price for it."
"First off, let me say that I am so grateful that LEGO has made a rollercoaster of this scale, because the other Creator set they made is too expensive for me. This set is a great addition to any theme park, and looks cool on display. My favorite build is the main one of course, I love how they detailed the entire rollercoaster with a pirate theme, and how throughout the ride, there are oceanic elements, such as the octupus, the seabed, and the pirate-themed entrance, it's much more detailed than I thought it would be. However, to make the rollercoaster go, it does require you to move it yourself, which is a disappoint, but then it would have required power functions, thus making it more expensive. The second build (ship ride) is a lot of fun to play with, although it does look a bit plain IMO. Lastly, the skull ride doesn't work well at all, but it looks cool, so if you want another ride that looks good on display, the skull ride fits that build. The minifigures are all nice additions, especially the pirate. All in all, I'm very happy with this rollercoaster, and I think you will too!"
"LEGO has delivered yet another great Minecraft set! First off, the size of this set for $50 is great, you get a lot of play space, and it looks very nice on display. The set has the modules that you can move around, which I always like because it encourages creativity. The nametag mechanism with the anvil is really fun, and being able to put nametags on all the characters is great. The minifigures are nothing new, although I haven't seen many minecraft horses in LEGO, so that's my favorite addition. The nametags are stickers, which surprised me. Overall, a very nice set, nothing flashy about it, but it's a great addition to any minecraft fan."
"Never before has a Brickheadz set ever interested me, so this set was my first ever, and it blew me away. First off, the price-to-part ratio is fantastic (rare to see such great value); yes, they are mostly small pieces, but they all come in various colors, different bricks, plates, etc. The instructions encourage creativity, and encourage the builder to either follow the instructions (there are three different build alternatives with each separate head or body build), or make your own based on the templates given. The white brickhead is unnecessary to me, you'll end up using it to make other Brickheadz most likely like I did. Overall, a great set that has fantastic pieces, value and creativity into a cheap 30 dollar set. Highly, HIGHLY recommend!"
"I missed out on the first Hulkbuster, so I was eager to get this one, and it did not disappoint! The Hulkbuster does look a bit odd if you look up close, especially around the shoulders and chest, but I'm fine with it. The articulation is great, the arms can move every which way, and the legs are the same, although there are no knee joints but I didn't expect them to have any. The right arm has a mechanism that can be swapped in and out to turn a knob on the back to smash stuff, which works great, and if you just want it to be a regular arm, simply take the tile off. The gun turret serves its purpose, and it shoots extremely well. The minifigures are ok; I wish they'd update the Bruce Banner minifig to a more accurate version, Proxima Midnight is a little too plain for my taste, Falcon looks great, and the Outrider is a cool addition. All in all this is a great deal for $30 bucks, and the Hulkbuster is great. Highly recommend!"