"I’ve been collecting since series 1 and I can say without a doubt this is the greatest minifigure series so far. The costumes were well thought out and designed. I also like that they added a “chase” figure to make the hunt more interesting. For those that don’t know, the classic police man figure is the hard to find figure coming only one per case. This is going to be a very popular series."
"I actually voted for this one while it was on the Idea’s website. It’s very different from the original but still an amazing set. The entire line of Ideas sets is great in that we get to have something in Lego form that we typically couldn’t get. This set makes for the perfect desk/office display."
"Brickheadz don't seem to get a lot of love but they do from me. In fact, the only ones I don't own are the Comicon giveaways. It looks like the seasonal Brickheadz come with more pieces than the typical ones which is nice and at the same price point. They are also the perfect desk accessory at work. Keep 'em coming, Lego!"
"I love this set. I was excited when pictures were leaked back in 2017 and couldn't wait to get my hands on one. I bought one to build and another to keep in the box. This is by far one of the coolest Batman "rides" to date. The only issue is the price. 643 pieces for $79.99... that comes to 12 cents per piece which is higher than average. I must admit, however, if the set were $99 I would still have bought it. Hopefully we'll see a Bat-train soon :)"
"I decided to get this due to the open space unlike most of the other official Lego display cases. I have a lot of minifigures that I wanted to display and this seemed perfect. It worked out well and I was able to fit more figures than I thought... trouble is I have a lot more that I would like to display so I think I'll get an extra 1 or 2. The backdrop can be changed out as well. If you don't like the 2 different backdrop scenes provided you can always make your own."
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"I decided to get this set before it was retired and when I took a closer look I realized the tractor has two sides to it. One side is the menacing tractor of two-face the other side is a normal tractor for Harvey Dent I suppose. This set has been out for a while now but I never noticed that. Anyway, it was a fun build and a very cool tractor. Gotta love those big tires..."
"I was surprised to see the amount of negative feedback this set received in a few Lego forums however, there are plenty that love the look of it like myself. This is a welcomed change from the typical style of the Lego Creator modular series with the Diner adding some 1950's nostalgia charm. The Diner itself is well detailed but I also love the fact that they added a recording studio in the building as well. I found out about this one back in October or November 2017 and I knew I had to get this set on the day it was released. The car in the set could use some work like the limo in the Palace Cinema set (10232) but just like the cinema, the building itself more than makes up for it. Great job on this one Lego!"
"We picked this up along with 60182 Pickup & Caravan (The camper). The two sets just seem to go together very well. I love the build of the tractor especially with the large tires which isn't common with most Lego tractor sets. I prefer the larger sets overall but every once in a while they knock it out of the park with the small sets. The whole new series of City (forrest sets) are a big hit with my kids."