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But good effort, cannot see any other buildings being done to be honest, not sure any are iconic enough
Top Tier: Moe's Tavern, Nuclear Powerplant, Bart/Lisa's School
Then: Quick-E mart, Android Dungeon comic book store, Krusty-burger,
But from here, everything is as valid as anything else, Donut shop, Police/Town hall, Bowlerama, Chapel, Leftorium (but it's in a megamall).
Can't see it happening though.
Lego loves trees.
Why does Lisa look like shes got depression???
And i didn't like that thought. It's either a daft oversight, or just, well, a bit mean spirited really. (Of course, Lisa's sax might be in the set, just not mentioned or photo'd).
Im sure they would sell really well
But I will be evicting The Simpsons - or rather, in true Simpsons fashion, I'll gather an angry mob of LEGO minifigures with pitchforks and torches (btw, they are CMF's that are angry about The Simpsons "invading" their CMF line). That should make The Simpsons pack their bags and go for sure!
(I kid - I like The Simpsons ;-) )
Its not often that a series is full of £200 sets, especially a small one, if you do a full series, you need the cheaper sets.
For those interested, below is the price in AUD for each region. (Done a few days ago), even though sales tax isn't included for the US, North America gets the best of it.
Not bad compared to the other EU prices.
I know those don't automatically equal sales, but there's a ton of buzz.
...I wish it was £120!!
And shirtless Flanders.
I have the money to buy it when it comes out in February. But I'm not sure about it. If you take the Simpsons theme away and compare it with a modular building it looses. But it is a house and I love houses... plus I will regret it later when it isn't available any more. (I'm not a seller person, so selling the figures to earn some money is not an option).
Do you guys think that this house will still be available in a year? Or better: How much time do I have to decide if I really want it or not? Is it expected to be around until 2015?
The attractive part of this house is that it opens up hinge-wise (Like Haunted House) but also top-down levels with removable roof and floor (Like Modulars). The interior rooms are segmented to create individual spaces that are walled off from one another (Unique and a first for any Lego house). When you put all those points together, and its a must-buy just to experience the build. Then you add the Simpsons on top to make it iconic.