Magic Box: LEGO Brick Headz LEGO Batman and Robin

Magic Box: LEGO Brick Headz LEGO Batman and Robin

MUReview left Toy Fair 2017 with so much great stuff, and we are still going through our pile so we can share it all with you.  Today we are very excited to share with you, LEGO Brick Headz featuring Lego Batman and Lego Robin!  

LEGO Brick Headz are fun and simple builds of fantastic figures that look great on your shelf.  LEGO is doing a great job of filling out the Brick Headz line with tons of wonderful characters.  For LEGO Batman the lineup features Batman, Robin, Joker and Batgirl!  

LEGO Brick Headz are recommended for ages 10 and up, have about 100 pieces each and take 5-15 minutes to build depending on your level of LEGO building.  The litlgeeks are under 10 but have been building with LEGO for a long time.  litlzombie needed some help but litlninja built Batman all by himself…with some Magic of course!  

LEGO Brick Headz are availablt now at a recommended MSRP of $9.99.  Check them out on Amazon!

Speaking of checking out Brick Headz, check out the great pictures! 


The litlgeeks received the products in this post for free for review purposes.

The products in this post are recommended for ages 10 and up.

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Legends of the Spring – Marvel Legends 2017 X-Men Wave 1: BAF Warlock

Legends of the Spring – Marvel Legends 2017 X-Men Wave 1: BAF Warlock

Colossus | Cyclops | Dazzler | Polaris | Shatterstar Sunfire Wolverine | Warlock | Group Shots

Marvel Legends 2017 X-Men Wave 1: BAF Warlock
Warlock is the BAF of X-Men Wave 1 2017.  He’s really very tall, he compliments the wave perfectly, and you only need to buy 6 figures to get him.  But is he worth it? (yeah, duh).

The Good

  • He’s just so freaking tall!
  • The paint wash head to toe on Warlock is really beautiful, conveys metal perfectly.
  • This gets a second bullet, the paint here, the color is so dead on for the character, it really is a sight to behold.  Hasbro nailed this!
  • For as tall and lanky as he is, he feels like a sturdy figure when assembled.
  • Warlock gets a hand swap with a hand blade.  It looks really cool.
  • The level of detail that went into Warlock’s “hair” might be the most I’ve ever seen on a figure.  The sculpt here is really just outstanding.  

The Bad

  • The hand blade doesn’t spin.  That would have been fantastic.
  • It’s tricky keeping the arm-to-back hoses in.  

The rest

Warlock is a well placed Build a Figure.  It almost doesn’t need to be stated, but Hasbro has traditionally done a great job of relating the figure to the wave theme.  Here it’s great.  A lineup of classic X-Men with really just a great, outside the box, giant figure that has never been done in this scale before.  He’s a solid value too. You only need 6 of the 7 figure wave, and he comes with an extra hand.  If you like Warlock even a little, you are going to want this figure.  Happy Hunting!


For Warlock to be in your house, you have to buy 6 our of the 7 figures in this wave (all but Old Man Logan / Wolverine).  He’s worth the price of admission for sure, but tracking down all of these figures could prove to be tricky.  Your best bet at this point is to hook up with Big Bad Toy Store and grab the wave!


The Pictures