Exciting times! I have a blog redesign! Courtesy of Jessica of Midwest Muse (who worked ridiculously fast as well as being very talented) I actually have a design I am happy with. For ages I was pretty pissed with my own designing skills. I do want to learn, to get better - but holding off having a good design until I had time to take lessons was getting silly. And now I have one in colours I actually like, and that I like to think looks pretty swish. Thank you Jessica! I hope you guys like it too!
I also have a plethora of Lego toys I mentioned needed sharing, but the first one of these is very necessary to share the joy with. It has a lot of love from me because it actually looks like a set from the Batman Lego game! I love Batman Lego and think it is the best out of all the Lego games I have played yet, but I admit I have still to play Lego Lord of the Rings. Anyway, it is a fantastic set with a classic 60s looking Joker and his wicked carnival. I happened to have a couple of other useful minifigures that just went really well with it. It is also one of the biggest sets I've ever owned. Despite having a job I still feel like getting big bits of Lego isn't responsible - but this one was a present - so yay for that. Anyway, here it is in all its glory.
|This is the set as fully built, although hard to capture it all in one shot.|
|The custard pie actually came from a different clown figure, but it had to go with him!|
|I love my Harley Quinn Lego figure. One of my absolute favourite I own.|
|A clown mini-fig, turned henchman mini-fig|
|Oh no! Robin has been caught!|
|But double-bat-erang Batman on his bat-bike is coming after having had his bat-breakfast using his bat-toaster.|
|And not a bad batbike either I think.|
|Who even knew the Riddler was here? Random policeman figure brought him along for questionning|
|He's probably up to something too though.|
The set also has a bunch of traps and bonus things, all you can want in a Lego set. Anyway, hope you like both the DC Lego and the new blog!