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I'd buy 20 of these and have them invade my daughter's Friends village.
support this! Lego racers fans!!!
Johnny thunder car!!!!
PS - never seen any of the Batman tv shows/movies, but I still think your model is pretty awesome!
We all know it's very unlikely to get a large scale model of the Avengers Helicarrier from LEGO; so why not have a mini one? It's compact and is a great iconic show piece for your desk or shelve from the hit movie Avengers (2012) This small model only contains 126 pieces; therefore it's an easy purchase and isn't going to break the bank.
One day this LEGO Avengers Helicarrier could be yours; click the vote button and share with your friends and make it happen.
"Hello! We will be making some minor updates on Thursday, August 28th and you may experience some short outages between 3pm and 5pm ET."
With the results of the last review being expected soon I couldn't help but think that we might get an announcement around that time...might just be a coincidence but probably worth looking out for if your interested in any of the projects on the review.
Anyway, moving on, I love this one - https://ideas.lego.com/projects/46720. I think the modulars are great and this would be a fantastic addition to any street. It is well thought out, instantly recognisable, and would have worldwide appeal (most Brits have visited this museum at least once during their life and nearly every tourist coming to the UK).
I don't know if there would be licensing issues, but it is such a wonderful learning environment, it links into LEGO quite well I think, and both sides would win? We can all recognise buildings around the world that look like the modulars, so maybe the LEGO wizards could make it more generic, but could still be a great historical building to add to any LEGO collection.
It will almost certainly reach 10000 as it is still 241 days to go and got 5022 supporters already. I quite like his Jaws set as well, but not keen on sharks!
I would appreciate any help gathering support, or just supporting the project. Having a different train design would be great for the collection.
Please check it out!
Take a look at https://ideas.lego.com/projects/70489 update page.
...(I know). ;oD
That is line is from 'Any which way you can' or 'Every which way but loose'
Eastwood+ Orangutan= gold
If I remember correctly, the space marines (or space troopers or whatever he had to change the name to) guy actually rendered them all himself, totally from scratch, and ended up with something that looked as good as Lego's own promo material.
(therein lies the joke).
But then, I'm not really much of a theme guy in general.
"We're wrapping up the Review and our announcement. It's taking a bit longer than we hoped but we promise to share more as soon as possible."
Surely we must be getting an announcement very soon about the next Ideas set?!?
I thought they were going to be speedier with decisions when they changed the format!
(If the delay turns out to be because they were developing a whole Dr Who range though, I'll forgive them)
I'm almost certain that it's a licensing issue that has slowed it so much, I can't imagine what else it would be.
But I agree, licensing is the only thing I can think of as to why it's taking so long.