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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Jawblade set review (Breakout)


This shark-inspired villain slithered out of the LEGO Hero Factory on his fins and... hands?  From the Breakout series, here's my Jawblade set review:

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13 comments:

  1. You can use the head to make a series 3 shark based hero!!!

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  2. why did you say series 3 you can say 3.0 instead a of series 3 and that is only for breakout but with 4 intead of 3.anyway cool set.

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  3. plz do a review of furno the next.he is my favourite hero

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  4. Why dont you just bend the arms backwards so they appear as even MORE fins, and maybe even make it so its like a loch ness monster with four fins.

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  5. he has hands so the hero can cuff him in this case furno can cuff jawblade.

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  6. when's ur next review jang

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  7. How does a shark escape jail?

    by tippytoeing

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  8. Anonymous (5th comment)
    Jumping? Anyway, you can see him for a few seconds on the new herofactory.com video

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  9. He's got rubbery blades?! Oh... God... why?

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  10. LegoJang, summer prelims are out! I wont give you the link, as you seemed disgusted about the winter prelims, but if you want to see them, go to Eurobricks hero factory 2012 topic.

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  11. hey LegoJang I am new to MOCing could you give me some tips.

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  12. Legojang, did you get all of your guys from Toys-R-Us? Because they're like, only in Toys-R-Us.

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  13. dear legojang, iknow why jawblade has hands because how is furno going to cuff jawblade if he doesn't have hands right.

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