Normally, I view Lego building as a solo activity, and all the other sets I’ve reviewed for Brick Set Go have been ones I assembled alone. However, I broke tradition with this LEGO The Office Ideas Set. My husband and I love The Office, and we watch it together as our ‘Dinner Show’. You know, that […]
I was beyond excited when LEGO announced the release of this Sanctum Sanctorum 76218 set. I’m a huge fan of the MCU, but until now, there haven’t really been any Marvel sets that have caught my eye. The Infinity Gauntlet was tempting, but ultimately I decided against it as it didn’t come with any minifigures.
Although I primarily buy LEGO sets based on franchises I’m a fan of such as the LEGO Batmobile Tumbler (Batman) or the LEGO Sanctum Sanctorum (MCU), I also have a soft spot for anything natural. One of my favorite sets is the Jane Goodall Tribute set which was a GWP (Gift With Purchase) that I
I’ve always been keen on the Lego Hogwarts Moment sets as I like how compact they are, but I’ve always resisted buying them. However, a little while ago, I walked into a shop and saw this one on sale, and so I just had to get it. I won’t lie, purple is one of my
I recently had the joy of building the Harry Potter Chamber of Secrets LEGO Set 76389, and I wanted to share the experience so you could make an informed decision about whether this is the right set for you. I’ve built several other Harry Potter sets, such as the delightfully colorful LEGO Diagon Alley, and
I’ve built many incredible LEGO sets, and I always love the ones with loads of interactive features. As such, I was thrilled to have the chance to make this LEGO Mos Eisley Cantina review and guide. It’s a fascinating set, and one which I was eager to get started with building. Star Wars is the most
As an avid LEGO fan, the LEGO Batmobile Tumbler 76240 set has been on my radar for a long time. Every time I walked into the LEGO store I would stare longingly at its sleek black box, and wish it could be a part of my own collection. So when the opportunity arose to review
LEGO has had a partnership with Star Wars ever since they released the first set for it in 1999. Since then, they’ve come up with hundreds of exciting sets for it, most of which have since been retired. The exciting space-themed franchise has captured the imaginations of fans young and old, and LEGO jumped on
The great thing about LEGO is that they account for all ages and budgets. You get some sets aimed at kids, others that appeal to the older fans. Some sets are under $10, whereas others cost hundreds of dollars. In this article, we will be looking at those sets on the top end of the
This is just so beautiful, and I love that it’s included especially as a reward for the builder. Now, back to the article!