I remember the first time I saw the modern LEGO minifigs – it was September 1978, and my parent got me the Space Cruiser set (the first of many space themed LEGO sets).Â I loved the idea that you could actually pose these figures, have them fight, dance, and travel through your imagination. The LEGO(R) minifigure was first manufactured and packed into a LEGO set the morning of August 25, 1978. Children of all ages and LEGO employees around the world today commemorated the milestone by kicking off Go Miniman Go!, a movement that aims to inspire generations of LEGO
Reminder, there’s one more day remaining on all the World of Springfield Simpsons figures I’m getting rid of.Â Some GREAT figures are up for auction, and I’d like to free up some space in the Major Spoilers Toy Closet. Check the eBay auctions here!
I’m in the process of cleaning out the Major Spoilers Toy Closet (something that is taking forever).Â The toy collection goes back nearly 20 years and contains a variety of figures (some are for sale), and I’m constantly amazed at the number of different styles a particular character can take. This brings me to… Yes, take the jump and see all the Darkseid incarnations.
Today is a day to celebrate – Major Spoilers turns two years old! The last year has been a roller coaster of a ride with the addition of a little Major Spoilers-ite joining the family, legal wrangling with some poo-poo heads, the temporary hiatus of the site, and the huge return with more reviews, news, and a brand new podcast.
Itâ€™s been one hell of a year, and I have you to thank for it.