You don't have to like them, but let's not pretend an entire school of academia doesn't exist. Lego Inika Toa Kongu 8731. So, now there are three sets left to be reviewed: Posted December 11, 2015 One of the many reasons makes me grateful about names coming back is that we won't have anymore a situation like the one we had with Skull Grinder. Sword battery compartment has corrosion,but has been cleaned.
Reproduction confirmed right there. It's so technic-ish yet elegan, with great colours and a very interesting build despite the small size.
Outstanding colour scheme, great function, and my goodness that torso is just so well built the Vorox armour looks like it was conceived for this set. Outstanding set. I'm very disappointed by these comics.
Lego Bionicle Piraka Hakann 8901. There's a few more images included that I'll get to later all in glorious hi-res but the real meat is these pages. Besides the problem here is that this artistic interpretation just looks bad, for sure something far below the standards we had in G1 comics.
I'm still not sold on his overall looks, even though I know he's a hunter in disguise and everything. Posted December 19, 2015. Tahu 2015 is not the best set to compare proportions with, as he pretty much has inika proportions.
One last thing: And "Umarak le chasseur" sounds so damn good. Then there's the fact that the Protectors we see laying Ekimu to rest have all died and the ones that call the Toa are their descendants, to further solidify reproduction and the biomechanical nature of the inhabitants of Okoto.
People keep saying things like this. Posted December 22, 2015 Sorry, double post, but this is too good not to share: There's literally one result in the first page of results for "skull grinder" that is apparently a grinder being sold for use with marijuana, but it's downright irrational to suggest the word "grinder" should be off-limits because one of the many things people "grind" is a recreational drug.
Their appearance "showing" their gender shouldn't be a problem. Anyday of the year, here's my money. When you read a comic, but when your average kid again, target audience reads a comic he would prefer something as close as possible to what he can see with his own to eyes.