"This set reminds me a Stars Wars Battle-Pack. The minifigures are great (great for army building as well)! More importantly, I was impressed by how well the dropship was put together. The price-point makes this a desirable set for any Marvel fan."
"This is a fun little pack of minifigures. Great pieces (the laptop, the solar panels, the presumably Kryptonite rocks) and a solid series of figures to go along with them. The price-point makes this a must-buy for any space and/or city fans."
"I'm simply restating what's already been said about this set; the dewback is a fantastic design. I was worried it would be unstable, but it hold together well. I feel the built dewback is better than the minifigure version found in some of the older Mos Eisley sets. The escape pod is also a fun build, but I'll likely be using it for parts. I'm happy to get more rolker skates!"
"I understand this is a remake of an old set, but I'm not sure if it was worthy of re-issue. The biggest draw of this set was getting stormtroopers. But now that the minifigures are equipped with stud shooters, it loses a bit if the appeal for me. The vehicle itself is reminiscent of an old Space theme set, but doesn't resemble much from the Star Wars universe. And the price point should resemble that of a Battle Pack. Again, I got it for the stormtroopers and little else."
"This set has a good balance of forces in it. The walker and clone face off against a crab droid and a battle droid. The Wookiee is an excellent addition to all of this. My favorite part of this set is the mounted gun emplacement for the Wookiee. The design is simple but looks great."
"As others have mentioned, it's bigger than it looks. The roller coaster is fantastic (especially since the other option is set 10261 for a much higher price). The pirate theme is fun, but the pieces can be used to create plenty of other things. As someone who waited on to this set, I highly recommend getting it before it's gone. I'm excited to make this a fixture in my city!"
"I like this set, but I'm still debating whether it is meant for play or to look at. The detail of the medical center is amazing. There are a lot of like features that make this set a lot of fun. But in terms of playability, I'm not sure if there's much to do. Luke bobs in a bacta tank, while Leia watches. Obviously, in terms of context, there would be no reason for stormtroopers to be kicking down the door. Still, this seems to be a set meant for building, placing on a shelf, and looking at."
"This is one of my favorite sets from The Lego Movie 2! First off, sewer babies! Second, I love the car-barricade that has been set up. This is the only set, aside from Welcome to Apocalypseburg, that seems like a post-apocalypse situation. I'm surprised this set isn't as advertised as the others, but I highly recommend it!"
"I really love this series. The Wizard of Oz figures seem like a little bonus to go along with the Lego Movie 2 characters. I like the new "post-apocalyptic" versions of many of the characters. And the new costume characters (the giraffe and the watermelon) are just two fun additions to the costume crew. Any fans of minifigures should not miss out on this series!"
"As someone who missed out on the Lego store builds from Legoland and store openings, I am happy to see this frame available. While I'll probably never actually use it as a frame, I do plan on using it to build my own Lego store in my town. Great pieces found in this one!"