Honestly, there are as many "Australian themed" sets as there are sets for any other country. Don't Australians drive vehicles, fly in planes or ride in boats? If this father wants to give … (View Post)
The first licensed mini-figure would be any of those in the first five Star Wars (original trilogy) sets released in 1999. They preceded the Phantom Menace sets by months (the catalog included in the… (View Post)
One final note on the problem with making assumptions based on ignorance. MegaBloks didn't have the Star Trek license. It had it long ago but it was acquired in 2011 or 2012 by Hasbro's Kre… (View Post)
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