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Batman and Selina Kyle Motorcycle Pursuit (76179) Review

Batman and Selina Kyle Motorcycle Pursuit Review

It’s Batman Week at True North Bricks! We’re celebrating International Batman Day which takes place on September 17 this year. So far, we’ve seen Frank’s collection of Minifigures from the LEGO® Batman Movie, the Jim Lee Batman collection based on the comic books, and the Batmobile Tumbler from the Dark Knight Trilogy. Today, we jump to a more recent imagining

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HOGWARTS MAGICAL TRUNK (76399) REVIEW

Hogwarts Magical Trunk Review

True North Bricks has covered loads of Harry Potter sets recently, but there is one more that I’d like to highlight – the Hogwarts Magical Trunk (76399). I am super excited about this set primarily because of all the minifigure elements it includes – so much diversity! However, the trunk itself looks pretty cute too. The Magical Trunk joins other

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Rocket Launch Center (60351) Review

Rocket Launch Center (60351) Review

True North Bricks’ Space Week concludes today with a look at the largest set in the 2022 City NASA inspired lineup. Those of you who’ve been following along all week know that Space Week celebrates the launch of the Artemis I mission. Four LEGO® Minifigures boarded the shuttle and are now on their way to the Moon! The rocket that

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Lunar Research Base (60350) Review

Lunar Research Base (60350) Review

LEGO® Minifigures are soon heading off to the moon on board the Artemis I mission. Consequently, we are celebrating with Space Week! We’re publishing a new space-themed article each day this week. Today, we take a look at the Lunar Research Base (60350). In case you didn’t know, the Artemis missions aim to establish a base on the surface of

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Lunar Space Station (60349) Review

Lunar Space Station (60349) Review

Lunar Space Station (60349) is one of the LEGO® sets released in early 2022 to coincide with the launch of Artemis I. In case you’ve been living in a hole, the Artemis missions mark humanity’s first manned missions to the moon since 1972. Of course, Artemis I has no human crew. It is more of a systems check before Artemis

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