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Im guessing to not show LEGO figures in Peril.. There was a whole debate about this I think either earlier in this thread or another. I do not think they want to show LEGO 'people' in danger in the set.
An abandoned building is a much safer set, and still allows kids to fight fires.
Your statement "If a toy is too far out there then it wont sell" is the primary factor here. Sure, TLG could learn what toys sell through trial and error, but if they have good reason to think a toy will sell just as well or better if they avoid things that might scare kids, why even bother taking the risk?
Anyway I'll be buying a few of these new sets, I want the new Police sets
Super Heroes – White Batman Keychain
Lord of the Rings – Frodo Baggins Keychain
Lord of the Rings - Bilbo Baggins Keychain
Ninjago – Golden Ninja Keychain
Legends of Chima – Cragger Keychain
Legends of Chima – Eris Keychain
Legends of Chima – Worriz Keychain
Legends of Chima – Laval Keychain
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Donatello Keychain
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Leonardo Keychain
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Rafael Keychain
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles- Michelangelo Keychain
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Splinter Keychain
Lone Ranger – Toto Keychain
Lone Ranger – Lone Ranger Keychain
Credits to the daily brick and brick fanatics.
(There may be more pictures out there) :-)
IMO X-Men doesn't need a movie tie in to be successful. The X-Men are timeless. One set is not enough!
DC got a large Arkham set, so I feel like the obvious Marvel counterpart would be The Xavier Institute.
With the new Wolverine film, and an X-Men first class sequel, I would hope we get some Lego tie in sets like the Wolverine helicopter.
Plus, the Jean Grey minifig exclusive looked awesome and I want more like it.
As a side note, in Kotor2 I remember turning the Darth Maul looking guy to Sith. He was probably the most good / jedi character of the bunch. It was super difficult but super fun.
It is already available to buy via Walmart. I assume it will be at the Lego stores here soon.
Has anyone heard if this is happening?
Still wish LEGO would do TRON, and do a video game of that as well