Mysterious Mechanism Posted by Richard on October 9, 2014 at 10:55 PM CST:
The LEGO® Company debuted BIONICLE® at Comic Con today and they have been updating social media and official sites with all sorts of new stuff. Among the pictures you can see the toa aren't simply another Hero Factory clone, look carefully at the parts behind the old torso and you can clearly see some sort of mechanism built into the body. The yellow part appears to be the method of interacting with it.
Comic Con Exclusive Clear Tahu Masks On eBay Posted by Richard on October 9, 2014 at 10:22 PM CST:
There was a promotional mask released at Comic Con and they are already on eBay... The asking prices are absurd, I certainly hope they aren't THAT rare(I want one sooo badly :_:, don't forget about us LEGO®!). In other news Mask Collector has one more piece to add to his wishlist. Forum link.
Retro News: September 21-30 2003 Posted by Richard on October 4, 2014 at 10:05 PM CST:
The Mask Of Light Movie comes in on top for VHS owners, Dave interviews MOL's music composer, Mark clears up an issue with the twin MOL contests, and the 2004 movie already has a name (though we know now it was changed to something a little more "legendary").
Retro News: September 11-20 2003 Posted by Richard on September 24, 2014 at 07:40 AM CST:
The Mask Of Light movie officially releases on DVD, with a number of store exclusive deals. The Takatanuva set shows up online, bundling Takanuva, Makuta, and the elusive Movie Edition Mask of Shadows. On top of it all the same day the movie releases the teasers for next years story and models are already showing up.
Onua Rebuild, By Caboose Posted by Richard on September 15, 2014 at 06:36 PM CST:
Forum member Caboose's Onua Rebuild is a new take on the original toa of earth, and makes very good use of Hero Factory parts. Personally I like this remake better than what I've seen in the supposed leaked images running around (but I will give them credit for the new parts).
Retro News: September 1-10 2003 Posted by Richard on September 13, 2014 at 09:18 AM CST:
MoD gets it's review copy of the Mask Of Light movie, as well as pictures of the Blockbuster exclusive Matoran and Toa Nuva packs. The story that goes with hunting down the sets is almost as interesting as the sets themselves. Rebelscum's Mark Hurray interviews Creative Capers on MoD's behalf, and we officially open up our first forum.
BZP's Adrian Confirms BIONICLEŽ's Return Posted by Richard on September 8, 2014 at 05:29 PM CST:
If this isn't proof of BIONICLE®'s return that BZPower reporter Adrian found, then the LEGO® Company is playing a cruel joke on us. Adrian did some guesswork with LEGO.com's products page urls and found a convincing piece of evidence, head on over to BZPower to check I out!