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On to Series 19!!!!!
I spent a happy hour or so digging out the parts to recreate 2 sets from my childhood. Luckily I had the stickered parts which made things easier. Unfortunately it looks like the stickers for the van were applied upside down years ago, but hey, that just adds to the charm, right? Both were simple little builds but I admit I am having some fun driving them around my build table...
#6823 Surface Transport
#6624 Delivery Van
I buy sticker sheets on Bricklink fairly often — usually they are fairly inexpensive. I have received replacements sheets as mentioned above but that was for damaged sticker sheets.
They're clearly in the pocket of the Lighthouse and Helicopter Industries, and have been bought by the Corellian Engineering Corporation.
I'm on to you!
And Heimdall, for the love of cheese!
I'm sure the upcoming Thor movie will get us a Jane Foster and Dr. Selvig.
I'm surprised LEGO didn't give us 10 years of MCU like Hasbro did, and considering we're getting an entire wave of Endgame sets next year... It seems disproportionate for the amount of characters which exist in the MCU. Unless LEGO decided to package MCU sets under Endgame and will involve the actual Time Traveling aspect thus giving us sets based on First Avenger, Iron Man 1, Thor the Dark World and so on and so forth.
Makes sense, considering the first batch of Endgame sets really didn't have much to do with the plot. (I'm certainly sure I didn't see Cap mowing down Outriders on a giant two-wheeled bike with flames shooting out of everything.) ;)
And after Black Widow teamed up with Rescue to fight the Chitauri.
As a bonus, it all fit back in the tub (toddlers and cats here) once I was done, except the Milano and Lex’s Power Armor, those are going to the display cabinet.
So far I’ve only cut up a gazillion packing boxes, got different boxed sets contained in specific areas, moved furniture, and put the brickheadz on a book shelf. But what i really want to show you is the batmobiles. There’s a special place at the top awaiting the 1989 version. I guess i can show the brickheadz too. Next time you see the batmobiles i hope to have them dusted.
They are really nice quality and are custom made to measure but not cheap... on sale the case pictured was probably $150 or so.
On another note, I have been enjoying one of our regular visits to the Windy City, and we stopped in to the Lego Store at Water Tower Place on the Magnificent Mile...
We are all sending our thoughts and prayers for your safety...