Review: LEGO Scooby-Doo! Mummy Museum Mystery [75900] from 2015

Set Theme: Scooby-Doo!  |  Set Name: Mummy Museum Mystery  |  Set Number: 75900-1  |  Pieces: 110 |  Number of Minifigures: 2  |  Set Year: 2015

The LEGO Scooby-Doo theme is quickly climbing up my mental latter of favorite LEGO themes of the recent past.  The sets of the theme make great display pieces, the minifigures are wonderful LEGO representations of the in-universe characters, and each set is packed with play features.  Scooby-Doo fan or not, the Scooby-Doo LEGO theme has produced some fantastic LEGO sets for anyone to enjoy.  At least - those have been my thoughts on the theme so far.  Let's see if the smallest set of the theme [with all of its alliterative glory], Mummy Museum Mystery, can live up to the quality standards we've seen so far with the Scooby-Doo theme.

Review: Star Wars Rogue One AT-ST Walker [75153]

Set Theme: Star Wars  |  Sub-theme: Rogue One  |  Set Name: AT-ST Walker  |  Set Number: 75153-1  |  Pieces: 449  |  Number of Minifigures: 3  |  Set Year: 2016

The pang of nostalgia is very strong with those who have been a fan of the Star Wars saga since the days of the OT [Original Trilogy] or even the prequels.  For some it can be just as exciting to see an old design brought back to life.  One such design which we haven't seen on the big screen since 1983's Return of the Jedi and one that is confirmed to be returning in Rogue One is the Imperial AT-ST Walker.  To heighten the excitement of the return of the AT-ST to the silver screen, LEGO has decided to bring the AT-ST back to brick form.

Review: Creator Expert Volkswagen Beetle [10252]

Set Theme: Creator  |  Set Sub-theme: Expert  |  Set Name: Volkswagen Beetle  |  Set Number: 10252-1  |  Pieces: 1167  |  Set Year: 2016

LEGO has now given us two Beetle models in less than ten years.  Unfortunately, LEGO's previous attempt to provide us with a VW Beelte set was, in my opinion, far from groovy [why two colors of blue!].  Luckily, thanks to this 2016 updated and revamped version of the LEGO Beetle, LEGO Beetles have another shot at matching the groovy, iconic, beach-boy-song-inducing visual that is the classic 1960s Volkswagen Beetle.  So, the question is - are LEGO Beetles finally groovy too?