Bionicle



Welcome, Guest.
Sign In | Register








Poll
Who is your favorite Toa?

 Tahu
 Kopaka
 Lewa
 Gali
 Onua
 Pohatu






Order Bulk Parts With The LEGO LUGBULK Program
Posted by Richard on July 24, 2015 at 09:27 PM CST:
I had the opportunity to listen to Kevin Hinkle talk about a few interesting programs at Brick Universe back in March. I've been trying to track down links to this information, and finally dug up Hinkle's business card to ask him where it was. Its a little too minifigure shaped to fit most conventional wallets, so I managed to misplace it. One of those programs is the LUGBULK, which gives LEGO® User Groups one chance a year to submit bulk orders at a discount. It may be worth your time to check out the local LUGs to join and see if you can participate. Here's a PDF link containing details of the program. Forum link.
Retro News: July 21-31 2004
Posted by Richard on July 21, 2015 at 10:09 PM CST:
Among the more interesting articles: Dave shows off his new Spider Sam-Bot vehicle. Mark completes his collection of Glittery Toa Metru canister lids. Philip nabs us some pictures from Comic Con. The MEK (Movie Edition Kraahkan) collectible (and the set it comes in) gets a release date.
2015 BIONICLE Summer Sets Coming August First
Posted by Richard on July 18, 2015 at 10:15 PM CST:
I've had the BIONICLE® theme section of LEGO® Shop@Home bookmarked on my tablet for the last couple months, and there has finally been a change. The next batch of BIONICLE sets will be here August First, assuming the dates on the page are correct. Forum link.
IdentiToy Unveils Its IdentiBricks Technology, Seeks Developers
Posted by Richard on July 14, 2015 at 09:12 AM CST:
I received an email from the company earlier this week describing a photosensitive electronic component in the shape of a brick, which relays positional data it reads from a touch screen back to the tablet. Its still in development, and they would like to get developers on board with the technology. You can see a demonstration here of the tech in action.
Retro News: July 11-20 2004
Posted by Richard on July 12, 2015 at 09:43 PM CST:
Mark takes a look at the Toa Metru combiner sets, as well as some new Legends Of Metru Nui content. Dave shows off a creation of his own, along with DragonMaster2050's Rahi book winner.
Ume University Turns Young Amputees Into LEGO Cyborgs
Posted by Richard on July 10, 2015 at 11:14 PM CST:
A gentleman at Ume University in Sweden has designed a prosthesis system compatible with LEGO® technic elements. I'm hoping this design is more than a proof of concept, as it seems like it could have an infinite amount of practical use on top of the entertainment value. Forum link.
The LEGO Group Seeking Plastic Alternative
Posted by Richard on July 6, 2015 at 09:55 PM CST:
As seen on Gizmodo, The LEGO® Company wants to do more than simply optimize the shape of it's bricks. They are hoping to find an alternative to their ABS plastic and have it in production by 2030. Forum link.
Mask Of Destiny Turns 14 Years Old!
Posted by Richard on July 5, 2015 at 09:33 PM CST:
This marks the 14th year that Mask Of Destiny has been in operation. I'd like to thank everyone for your support through all these years, including our previous and current staff, forum members, and readers. Forum link.
Firepower Over Fireworks, Happy Fourth Of July!
Posted by Richard on July 3, 2015 at 11:07 PM CST:
It may not be red white and blue (The bulldozer I bought for the parts doesn't come that way), but I hope my functional RC tank MoC is patriotic enough to make up for it.
Retro News: July 1-10 2004
Posted by Richard on July 2, 2015 at 09:55 PM CST:
Mark and Dave each show off some new MoCs. News arrives for a number of exclusive pack-in collectibles and new merchandise.
LEGO Bricks To Change Shape
Posted by Richard on June 27, 2015 at 06:10 PM CST:
One of my employers informed me the LEGO® brick will be receiving an overhaul soon, according to a news report she saw. She tells me the redesign should use less plastic and hopefully have less of an environmental impact. I'm trying to hunt down the video she referenced, (unfortunately the words "LEGO®", "Brick" and "Redesign" along with any combination of words I can think of are not helping me in search engines.), if you have a link to such a video please send it my way. Forum link.



front
Front
front
front
Cannister front