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LEGO The Lone Ranger Polybags Revealed

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Flickr user, motayan, is back with more images of sets that are coming out in 2013. This time, they have revealed some new polybags from The Lone Ranger theme. Here you can see the Lone Ranger’s Pump Car (30260) and Tonto’s Campfire (30261). We’re not sure yet of how they will be distributed but there are rumors that it might be in The Sun newspaper promotion over in the UK which means that they won’t be in the US for a while.

LEGO The Lone Ranger Lone Ranger's Pump Car Polybag (30260) LEGO The Lone Ranger Tonto's Campfire Polybag (30261)

**Via Brick Fanatics**

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LEGO Legends of Chima CHI Battles (70113) Review

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LEGO Legends of Chima CHI Battles (70113)

In their next review of the LEGO Legends of Chima line, YourCreativeFriends has reviewed the CHI Battles (70113) set. There are 92 pieces in the set and retails for $19.99, a paltry $0.22/piece. The set does have minifigures, Longtooth and Wakz, along with their Speedorz. There are also 10 game cards included as well. Check out YCF’s video below for more information about the CHI Battles and it’s play features.

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LEGO Legends of Chima Minisite Now Live

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LEGO Legends of Chima Minisite

If you’ve gotten tired to seeing the teaser images on the LEGO Legends of Chima minisite, the wait is now over. The minisite is now live and it’s pretty good looking. The main thing you’ll see is Laval and Cragger in a looped animation. To the side, there’s a module of featured videos. Under that, you can play the LEGO Legends of Chima: Speedorz online game. On the bottom, you can browse and read up on the Chima sets, watch how to play the Speedorz sets, watch many Chima videos including designer videos, and read more about the world of Chima. Head over to the minisite and check out all it has to offer.

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LEGO Creator Expert Palace Cinema (10232) Images Revealed

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LEGO Creator Expert Palace Cinema (10232)

Last week, the next modular building that will be released was revealed to be the LEGO Creator Expert Palace Cinema (10232). Today, there are many new images of the Cinema posted online. We can see there are a whopping 2196 pieces in the set. As you can see, the set is a new corner building that will fit in nicely with your other modular buildings. It will have six minifigures along with a topless convertible. There are two stories in the cinema, the bottom being the concession stand and the upper level being the theater.

First on the outside, there are two ticketing booths as well as stars on the ground to represent the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Above the entrance is a nice looking marquee showing the movie “Three Clicks & A Snap”, showing at 2:00, 5:30, and 8:00. Sitting on the marquee is a brick-built Palace Cinema sign.

In the concession area, there is a popcorn and soda machine. Inside the clear jar could be some sort of pastries. On one side of the wall are some movie posters. There are a flight of stairs that lead up to the upper level.

On the upper level, there are six red seats for the audience. They’ll be watching a black and white movie surrounded by red curtains. To the back, is a film projector and a seat for the operator.

The roof area is built similar to the one at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. It’s made up of a lot of 1×1 red round bricks.

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**Via Eurobricks**

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LEGO Star Wars 2013 Polybags Images Revealed

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Hoth Bricks has posted images of a few of the new 2013 LEGO Star Wars polybags. This comes after Brickset posted a list of polybags coming out in 2013.

LEGO Star Wars Z-95 Headhunter Polybag (30240) LEGO Star Wars Gauntlet Polybag (30241)

Star Wars Z-95 Headhunter (30240) & Star Wars Gauntlet (30241)

LEGO Star Wars Republic Frigate Polybag (30242) LEGO Star Wars Umbaran MHC Polybag (30243)

Star Wars Republic Frigate (30242) & Star Wars Umbaran MHC (30243)

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LEGO Legends of Chima CHI Waterfall (70102) Review

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LEGO Legends of Chima Chi-Waterfall (70102)

In the second Speedorz review for the Legends of Chima line, YourCreativeFriends has reviewed the CHI Waterfall (70102). The set contains 106 pieces and retails for $14.99, a $0.14/piece ratio. The box contains one small instruction booklet and 5 game cards. Check out the video below for more details of the set.

Legends of Chima CHI Waterfall (70102)icon

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LEGO Lord of the Rings The Tower of Orthanc (10237) Image?

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An image of the LEGO Lord of the Rings The Tower of Orthanc (10237) may have popped up on the internets. Flickr user, motayan, has posted what appears to be a blurred image of the Orthanc with a partial “Confidential” watermark. Because of the watermark, we will not be posting it here until it becomes official. The image also gave dimensions of the tower with it being 8.27 inches wide by 28.75 inches tall. That’s one heck of a tall set! I’m assuming that one of the minifigures included will be Saruman the White. Do you think the image from the user is legitimate? If so, what are your thoughts of it?

**Via Click a Brick**

Update: The image was taken down, probably due to it bearing the watermark.

Update 2: LEGO has revealed the The Tower of Orthanc (10237) in Portugal today.

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