BrickArms recently put out new crates, which are quite cool in their own right, but better still are all the printed varietions they have been producing. The fine folks over at GI Brick were kind enough to send me over a couple different versions to check out, as well as a bunch of their printed… Read more »
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BrickArms recently put out a weapons pack based on the game Offensive Combat; GI Brick was kind enough to provide me with a set to review. As with most video game based items, I’m not familiar with the source, so I’m going to review these on their own merits.
I recently got my hands on BrickArms’ Sci-Fi X Pack, coutesy of the always awesome GI Brick (who recently redesigned their website, which looks amazing). Let’s check them out. One quick note: I don’t play a lot of video games, so I don’t know the inspiration for all these weapons; I am reviewing them on… Read more »
It’s safe to say we are in the golden age of LEGO. The demand for LEGO is so high that The LEGO Group can’t keep up with the variety of demand. The kids in the 80’s and 90’s that grew up playing with LEGO find themselves with their fondness still intact as an adult. The… Read more »
Last week we covered the helmets and armor; now it’s time to take a look at all the weapons and accessories BrickWarriors put out recently. I’m pretty excited about this wave, because there are a lot of interesting, non-weapon/armor pieces. I’m always excited to see companies making everyday items, which I think go a long… Read more »
BrickWarriors recently sent me a bag of cool stuff. Now some of it have already reviewed, but I’m going to go over it again for two reasons. First, because I didn’t get a chance to check these items out last time (Evan handled the reviews for them). And second, because BrickWarriors released a bunch of… Read more »
Not too long ago I reviewed the launch items from a new customizer on the market, Custom Crazy’s. They had some really interesting stuff, and I loved how they were building accessories with modularity in mind. Well they’ve got some new stuff out now, so let’s take a look:
It’s always nice to find a new customizer out there, broadening the field of available LEGO®-compatible accessories and giving us all most stuff to collect. Custom Crazy is a company out of Malaysia, and they make some pretty interesting items.