Guardians of The Galaxy came out two years ago today. Here’s some of my Guardians images.
Today ,July 3 2016, Tee fury features a classic giant Robot and a shirt ever builder can relate to. The first featuring that four letter word we all say when we step on a piece of ABS plastic. The other design is a classic 80’s cartoon that has a new show on netflix.
Yes it is November and I am just now posting the BrickSwag unboxing for October. Sometimes life is too busy for even LEGO. The October Box was my first BrickSwag Box. The theme was one of my favorites, Robots.
The shirt is a line up of LEGO robots and droids. I have all of those on the shirt. The one at the end is a peek at this month’s build. The design is on black which helps make the artwork pop. This is a new favorite of mine.
There was also a bag of bricks from Booster Bricks. This bag of bricks has a minifig. There’s about fifty bricks here plus the fig. You can see the interior of the magazine behind the bricks.
This is the Build Magazine and the cards. It is a small but cool magazine. It is 12 pages not including the cover. It is the size of a standard size of printer paper folded in half.
BrickSwag’s New Robot Mascot
The build for October is a mini Brickbot. This robot is their mascot. I’m a robot fan so I’m really happy with this guy. One of his eyes is half closed. He looks kind of sad. I could change it with another eye from my stock but I think it gives him a little more personality. I may have to find another partially closed eye to complete the look.
The BrickSwag brick is white and has the date on it. I like these printed bricks. I have a small collection of these printed bricks from Kickstarter Projects and special events. This will add nicely to my collection.
Here is the Robot with a Clockwork robot minifig for size comparison.
BrickSwag Box Contents
- Robot Build
- LEGO Robot Line up Shirt
- BrickSwag 2×3 Brick
- Build Magazine
- Brickbot Build Instructions
- A LEGO Wall-E set review
- Alternative Wall-E Head Instructions
- An article on Blacktron
- An article on designing this month build.
- Booster Bricks Pack
- Five mini-fig Cards
So how much does this cost? A monthly subscription is $26 plus shipping. It was $7 for me so total cost was $34. The price per month goes down if you buy in 3 month, 6 month, or 12 month subscriptions. Subscribe to their email sometimes they send discount code for new subscribers.
What do you think of Brick Swag? If there’s interest I’ll continue to blog the boxes. Next’s month theme is the Force. There’s about two weeks left to sign up for that box.
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Guardians of The Galaxy comes out on DVD/Blu Ray next week. Star-Lord wants to party but Soundwave stole his awesome mix tape.
Gimmick Tees is running an overprint sale this week. No new designs but save $5 on previous designs you may have missed. Shirts offered include I love Japan, Mathematical, minions in Banana Nana, Lego flesh wound, Pacific Rim and Sherlock.
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For the final Robot Tober post I sharing one of my old toys. Gaiking is from the Shogun Warrior toy line. The figure was 2 foot tall and on of the coolest toys I’ve owned. This is a close up of his torso cause it is a face so reminds me of a Jack’olantern since today is Halloween.
Today’s toy is a Handbot from Doctor Who Character Building series 3.
It’s Mech weekend here at Yoda Archives. Yesterday we saw the evil mech today is the Battle Mech.
Whenever danger threatens the planet, the mighty Battle Mech goes into action! Launching from its secret base, it blasts through the sky on powerful retro-rockets, using an arsenal of built-in weaponry and gadgets to battle enormous space monsters, out-of-control asteroids, and other perils.