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Nov
23
comment How does the LEGO Group transport its products? Can LEGO bricks be recycled?
Two comments: First, this is website is not affiliated with the Lego company. Second, please separate your two questions into different posts.
Nov
17
comment How do I know if this wooden LEGO duck is real?
Note that the pull-along wooden duck was a very popular toy at the time. Without any markings on the toy or any evidence of another nearly identical copy attributed to Lego, why would one think this particular example was a Lego design?
Aug
28
comment How much do you think these Lego's are worth?
There's a guy named Michael Todd, goes by Bruno, who lives outside of San Diego. He's built up one of the largest private collections of Lego memorabilia, if you will, in the world. He has purchased plenty of stuff from the 50s and 60s over the years, and he'd be a great resource to reach out to with a question like this. He has recently opened a museum in conjunction with the San Diego Toy and Doll Museum in Poway, CA. You can contact him through his website: http://www.lgauge.org/contact-us/
Jun
4
comment How do I move assembled LEGO sets?
Carefully. Ba dum tish.
Feb
13
comment 1998 World Cup limited edition soccer figure
I believe you are referring to a set numbered 3305, not 3005.
Feb
6
comment How is this brick attached to the pregnant minifig?
You would be able to see those brackets, both from the side as well as the front in the corners of the dome. That's clearly not what is being used here.
Feb
6
comment Representing pregnancy on LEGO minifigs without a dome
This version cannot bend her legs, unfortunately.
Feb
6
comment Representing pregnancy on LEGO minifigs without a dome
Kit Z Fox, the neck bracket does not fit over the pants peg.
Feb
6
comment Representing pregnancy on LEGO minifigs without a dome
They do not fit. The leg pegs are slightly larger than a stud. (This is also why the use of slopes as skirts results in a loose connection.)
Feb
6
comment What are the tiny, single-peg, statuette figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
Depends on your interpretation I guess. I understand "microscale" to mean literally anything smaller than minifig scale. I don't think I've ever seen a build scaled for microfigs, though.
Jan
31
comment What are the tiny, single-peg, statuette figures from the SHIELD Helicarrier called?
It's going to depend on whether this becomes a common practice or not. They call Voodoo Jack "Mini Jack", so we might see the pieces called "Mini Captain America", etc., in the inventory for this.
Jan
22
comment What is the rarest LEGO production element (colour/shape combination)?
I didn't realize they re-released it! Brickset still lists it as only coming in the one set from 10 years ago, and when I went looking to buy some last year, they were $1+ each on Bricklink. Anyway, I think a much more interesting answer to this question than a rare one-off piece for a licensed set is a common color and common part that in combination are rare.
Jan
13
comment Buying minifigure parts at the Lego Store
Agree with what's been said here: It's pretty standard to let you put any 15 pieces from the build-a-minifig stand into the container for the $9.99 price.
Dec
29
comment Why are new LEGO bricks softer than old ones?
Considering Lego is the world's largest toy-maker, they have grown 15% per year for ten years, and AFOLs make up only about 5% of their revenue, I think your entire last paragraph needs to be reconsidered.
Nov
22
comment What is LUGBULK?
This answer would have been better as a comment to another answer. As is, it does not actually answer the question.
Nov
13
comment Will they ever make LEGO The Amazing Spider-man 2 sets?
This is correct. Lego does not have a licensing agreement with Sony who owns the movie rights to Spider-Man. They currently Spider-Man sets based only on Marvel IP. (Note that the "Amazing Spider-Man 2" designation for the Comic-Con exclusive from 2013 does not actually name that film anywhere on the package.)
Nov
11
comment Looking for a Basic Lego set with mostly large bricks
I guess so. My point is that it's the closest to what he is looking for.
Jan
4
comment How can I make a Lego heroica scale gladiator arena?
The distance for one stud is 8mm (2 times the radius plus the distance between them). For example, a 1x1 brick is 8mm square, while a 1x2 brick is 16mm the long way. That is why 5 plates equals 2 studs: 5 x 3.2mm = 2 x 8mm = 16mm.
Dec
22
comment How do I remove a racing helmet from a garbage can?
I added a suggestion for your specific situation.
Nov
29
comment What are LEGO baseplates made from?
I did not say all Lego parts are ABS; I specifically mentioned "rigid plastic" Lego elements. Obviously I am not counting the molded rubber pieces, the strings, the capes, etc. (I concede that, upon further research, the transparent Lego elements may not be made from ABS.) The baseplates are, in fact, ABS, and they are only more flexible because they are thinner than other Lego elements. Brickowl thinks they are made of ABS: brickowl.com/catalog/lego-baseplate-32-x-32-3811