"This product is truly great! Here are the pros and cons Pros: invincible construction! Contrary to the movie where the two bomb hearts are able to destroy it, this one does NOT want to break! With the exception of some small add-ons. It looks fantastic! Though two more cylinders would’ve been better. The characters are great! The suspension is amazingly reactive! The missiles in the spfront are unexpected and fun! Cons: the front bumper and the side missile keep falling off, it’s hard to hold it right for play because the doors keep caving, the back axle could’ve had suspension too. The inside could’ve used some more detail like a gear shift and the blinker lever (which can easily be added with extra pieces) the addition of the side build is wierd, it doesn’t look or perform like a catapult should. But overall, this is a great set that is worth getting!"
"This set is amazing in every way! Best birthday present ever! I even modified it by taking the abandoned surfer van and made it post apocalyptic! Here are the pros and cons: Pros: large build, great details, awesome characters, Cons: Lady Liberty’s head keeps coming loose and falling over, despite my best efforts to make sure everything was secured, it still happened. But I don’t mind too much. Some of the places needed some more details like the place under Lady Liberty’s tablet, without the surfer van, it’s empty, and even if I put it back it was still pretty empty. Besides that, AWESOME!"
"Okay, I know LEGO is aimed at kids, but we shouldn’t be showing them all these unrealistic accessories to vehicles, first, what the heck is the deal with the snowball gun? Never have I ever seen such a contraption! Snowballs are useless weapons except by kids for games, and it’s a snow groomer! They don’t shoot snowballs and then want to have to sweep them up again! If LEGO really wanted to use this, they would make a spy theme, and one of the sets could be set in the Arctic, but they would need an armored snow groomer with a real gun. I’m very disappointed, but, once the snowball shooter is taken off the back, it looks fine.... though a little unfinished...."
"First things first, LEGO goes on an amazing Streak with the Bugatti Chiron, Porsche 911, and the new ‘67 mustang. All big, detailed, and accurate cars that I would (and will) gladly buy. But then they come out with this. It looked pretty cool on the box, but when I bought it I was thoroughly disappointed. •the look, it doesn’t look like a corvette. It looks like a bunch of curves and angles, with waaaayyyy to many gaps. And large gaps at that. • is that an engine? It’s just some rounded technic pieces pushing on small axles with a half bushing on top! It’s more like a camshaft and the valves to me, I would’ve preferred if they put an actual V8 LEGO engine instead of this poor excuse, why even do that? You have done V8s before! • for a licensed product, it’s like they didn’t even try. They should’ve released either a full sized technic model of this, or, a classic ‘63 stingray to appeal to People who would rather buy a LEGO ‘vette then this.... thing.... All in all, very disappointed, here are some cars LEGO should try either with technic, or with bricks, all full sized though. •a 1963 Chrysler Turbine • a Mazda RX-7 Both of these are cars that have never had a LEGO set made that would cause a lot of new LEGO fans. Thank you for listening to my rant. Goodbye now."
"The sets have some very unique pieces that can either be useful, or completely useless when not used with the set. I like the printing on them though. First off, the show is HORRIBLE! What were they thinking? Putting the same producers who RUINED teen titans in charge of unikitty? It’s barely even remotely LEGO! No cloud cookoo land, no minifigures, no master building, and no LEGO pieces besides Richard the floating brick! And it;s made to appeal only to little kids! With all that set aside, I got these because it was cute. My complaints are that you can only feel for 3 different types, unikitty, puppycornm and sitting unikitty. There is way to big of a chance to get doubles! Also, I understand the new part are to make the figures not fall apart, but they are 80% useless anywhere else. So yeah. If your a LEGO fan like me, I suggest you get them because your cute."
"I saw these for sale at Walmart and couldn’t resist! I needed the green parts, the windshield, and the wheels! I bought two! Pros: good scale! I usually build all of my cars in this scale! Nice look! The box understates the total look! It’s really agrressive! Plenty of space for modification, Handle brick so you can attack steering wheel to both right and left had roads. Cons: Felt incomplete! The cabin chows from underneath! The dash had exposed studs! I fixed those two problems with 5 pieces! The alternate builds are really lame and lacking! the minifigures sit crazy high! The sides barely cover the sides of the legs! So all in all, an okay set."
"I got this set because it ha a lot of nice pieces and such. But, I ask myself, why so many space shuttles? The shuttle program shut down 6 years ago! What LEGO really needs is more rockets, mars bases, space stations, and space capsules! Do you know how hard it is to make a space capsule with room for enough astronauts and awesome functions? Hard! But. Overall it’s nice. I just had one complaint. It was very.... VERY incomplete! I added my own control panels to each build to fill it up. What LEGO REALLY needs is to bring back everyone’s favorite childhood toy, the classic space theme!"
"I purchased this because I loved the parts and the imagination. I had also seen an image of this printed on a tile in the skatepark house. Turquoise is my favorite color. This color resembles it but is a tad bit darker. The rare lime green pieces are a plus. And the overall look reminds me of a Ford Fiesta rally car ther released later. But bigger! The wheel coverings are outstanding! The functions such as the pop-up blower and the rocket are an imaginative add-on that makes it even more amazing! The interior, unlike most LEGO city cars, is actually quite details! They added a gearshift! Which I always add to my LEGO cars, and, they added two seats! The build was solid. There really is nothing not to like about it except that it is out-of-scale compared to speed champions or LEGO city cars. Now. Let’s go to the bad part. The alternate designs. These designs are rather lame and very lacking. I never build any of them. But all in all, a wonderful set!"
"I saw this set before it came out. It was amazing! I knew I had to get it! Pros: amazing motorbike/snowmobile crossover New face prints New parts A husky which is quite rare in sets until now More treads and large tires Not to many stickers. The surprising amount of room in the cockpit. The outside is deceivingly small. Re-released polar bear Designs which are more exciting and imaginative then the rather boring looking reality. Cons: It’s not really worth $60 dollars. With 322 pieces it’s more worth $35. Lack of frozen creature. Instead there are ice samples with one having a printed frozen dragonfly on it. They could’ve done that for both ice sample though. Some parts of the back felt incomplete. Such as the tailgate needed another plate in between the taillights. And the back slope had a gap that was very frustrating. All in all. A pretty decent set."
"I have accumulated a lot of LEGO books that I have had to flip through to get facts out of. The book may not have every single fact about LEGO, but it comes close to it! The information is astounding! A must for every LEGO buff! It was a bit weird how the Barnes & Noble version had the space cruiser, even though that already appeared in another LEGO book. But, everything about this book is awesome! And especially releasing it around the time the brick had it 40th anniversary, same for minifigures, was genius! A great book!"