DarkWolf wrote:I'm pretty sure that just about everyone here has already seen this, if not, you don't deserve to call yourself a Lego fan. Long story short, with Lucas Films impending release of a new Indiana Jones movie, Lego decided to make a push on the rights to the Indiana Jones series. They succeded, and now, Lego Indiana Jones arrives in the next year. This means no more Johnny Thunder series, though I will sorta miss them, if only because the Johnny Thunder torso was so perfect for Tek Level 4 military fatigues (it is what I used for my Carlos Hathcock minifig.)
King of Brix wrote:I can see alot of interesting possibilities with this... But the thing that revolts me, is that he is peach colored I hate peach minifigs... One of my objectives in a battle was "The genocide of the peach race". I made that objective up myself, and had great fun implementing it... I finished that objective within the first 10 minutes of it being assigned... The whip should be interesting though. I'll buy a few sets, take all the good peices, and use the peach parts as cannon fodder.
The Lizard King wrote:They look like great sets. I'll deffinatley be getting some. But I find it kind of wierd that the Lego Company would be making Piltogg minifigs.
Warhead wrote:my head burns with War.
Carda wrote:Indy's whip interests me the most in these new sets. I've seen it coiled up, but also stretched out in mid-whipcrack. I'm wondering if the thing isn't flexible to some extent to allow for cinematic poses of Indy swinging around on it.
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