"So I bought this set so I could attach it to the Guardians' Ship (which I highly recommend), but this review will be for this set alone. I think this set is okay on its own, but it works better with the Guardians' ship. The pod looks a bit odd, but it surprisingly fits all three figs, and there aren't too many stickers, which is a plus. The space station is cool, I like the power blast pieces LEGO has introduced in this line of sets, and they work well with the station, which stores Thor's weapon and an Infinity Stone. As for the minifigures, the Groot minifigure is the highlight, LOVE his head mold, and the printing is great. Thor is okay, but I do wish he had littler detail on his torso. Rocket is the same one from the previous GG's $20 set, so nothing new there. Overall, it's an ok set on its own, I'm not a fan of the main build by itself."
"So I bought this set for a few reasons, mainly the gauntlet and Thanos himself. However, I must say the Guardian's ship impressed me a lot. The ship is very majestic, and very large in size, it has the flaps on each end that can be articulated, and I like the space scooter that attaches on and off, and it can hold the accessories for Gamora and Star-Lord. The inside of the ship has plenty of room to store minifigures, including the ones from Thor's Weapon Quest set. The back looks a little odd studded off, but if you buy Thor's Weapon Quest set, it looks MUCH better, and it feels more complete. The minifigs are good, Star-Lord and Gamora are fine, nothing too special. I LOVVEEE the Iron Man printing, it's very well done, and his attachment of his armor blasters is cool, although they're very bulky. As for Thanos, his printing is good, although he is inaccurate to the movie version, cuz he doesn't have a helmet in the movie, but I still like the bigfig. I don't like the butter knife he's given, but the Infinity Gauntlet looks amazing on him and off (on the stand). Overall, a nice set, and I recommend buying the Thor set to attach on the back, it looks much better."
"I really liked the previous Van and Caravan Set LEGO made, so I was really excited to get this set, and it does not disappoint! The pickup truck is really nice, it works on its own as a build, and looks great for play or display! The caravan is great, it has an opening hatch that has a bed for a minifig, and the inside is detailed very well, and just enough play space for minifigures. The accessories are appropriate, with a net, gas fire, camera, etc. Lastly, the minifigs interestingly are carried over from the Fun in the Park City People pack, with the mother and father the same, and the child has grown up a bit more. A great camping set that I highly recommend!"
"I was so impressed by the Fire Mech in the first wave of the Ninjago Movie sets that I decided to buy this one. First off, the mech itself is great; the size is worth the 90 bucks, and the play features with the mech are fun (flick fire missiles, opening loudspeakers, articulation of the arms, hands, and wheel), and the entire thing stands on the wheel and cheater stand, which is not as conspicuous as I feared it would be. However, do make sure when you pick it up, you have control of the thing, cuz when it's on the wheel alone it will wobble a bit, but it's fine when it's on the cheater stand and wheel. The detail is incredible, and I personally love how it has music-themed elements in the set. As for the minifigures, they're fine. Cole is nice, the reporter has a very useful torso if you need a reporter, the baddies are good (LOVE the crab helmet), but the one letdown of the set is Misako, who I was very excited at first to see in this set. However, her face printing is bad, it looks like the definition of the skin tone was not painted properly, so it comes off looking like a knock-off brand face. But overall, I was very happy with the mech, and mostly the minifigs, it's just too bad about Misako. Also, the price-to-part and volume-to-part ratios are excellent."
"I really like this set, everything about is so good to me. First off, and probably the main reason most people will buy this set, is the Villager, which is so great to get in this inexpensive of a set. Also, you get a creeper, which is also the cheapest way to get, as well as a humorous Steve with a dangling carrot whip to ride the pig. Lastly, the farm is solid, with a fun play feature, very useful watermelon heads and slices, and overall it's a nice scene. However, I think $15 is a bit high, I think $10 would be a better deal. But overall, a very nice set!"
"I decided to give this set a try even though I don't have a City, or am a fan of the theme in general. I have to say, this set is very, very solid. First off, the color scheme is great; the black, red and yellow all work together, and not one color overpowers the others. The truck is great, it has room for a minifigure of course, and has a cargo box that can be removed and used to store the tools. The trailer is not very sturdy, especially in the middle, and the last two wheels don't roll much, but it serves its purpose. The helicopter is nothing too special, although it fits with the build, and it's not a cheaply-made helicopter, it's a very good helicopter. and it has a hook that can pick stuff up. which is cool. Lastly, the two minifigures are great, they come with unique prints. The build is also very simple, which is another plus. Solid build, works for play or display."
"I was very excited to buy this set, because based on the pictures, I really liked how all three builds looked. I'm happy to report that all three builds are good-to-great IMO. The main build the turbo track racer is phenomenal, it has a great color scheme, the detail is cool, although there isn't as much as a Creator expert build, but that's fine. The opening side door function is very cool and fun to play with, and I love the look of the seats on the inside. The build process was actually much more challenging than I anticipated, which for me was a nice surprise. The forklift works very well, and that's another solid build. The cool blue racer was my least favorite build, but for the 'smallest' build, it's better than a lot of others. All in all, a very solid set, but be aware of missing pieces, for mine was missing 7. I didn't let that affect my review of the set, but now I'll keep a close eye out for mistakes. Great set!"
"Yet another solid Minecraft set by LEGO! The pieces in this set are very useful, for it comes with a ton of light blue bricks. I like the printed bricks for the enchantment table, and the baby cow is a great addition. The snowman-to-snow golem transformation function is fun, and the modules of the set are all very easy to reconfigure and create your own landscape. I just hope in the future, LEGO gives us some different minifigures other than Steve and/or Alex in the main sets. Solid set!"
"I picked up the Knightcrawler set cuz it was on sale at my local Target, so I paid about 35 dollars for the set. I gotta say, I'm very impressed with the set overall. Not too many stickers, the legs roll and/or move up and down to make the vehicle walk, and the minifigures are great. I especially love the Flash minifigure, but all 4 are excellent. The build uses a ton of technic pieces, so if you need more of those, this set offers them. However, the size of the vehicle is a bit smaller than what I would have anticipated for a $50 set, so I'd recommend waiting until it goes down in price. The vehicle look isn't particularly attractive, so it depends on whether you want it or not. All in all, a fun toy for kids, I recommend!"
"I feel the Winter Village Station is a bit disappointing, and I say that for a few reasons. First off, I really like how the set overall looks, it's a great display model for Christmas. The minifigures are nothing new, but they fit the build well. The bus is cool, I like how the door opens (as well as the roof), but some of the curves and such of it look a bit odd to me. There aren't that many stickers, but as I've said before, I prefer printed elements. The interior has good detail, but there isn't much play space, but I don't think this set is necessarily a 'play' set. Lastly, the price-to-part ratio is great, but the volume-to-price ratio isn't as strong; the build isn't that big, and there are a lot of small pieces, and even the box surprised me at how much smaller it is than the other Christmas Creator sets. Overall, a very good set, but not without its imperfections."