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Posted: Oct 3 2011, 02:15 AM
Member No.: 212
Joined: 24-September 11
I've been waiting to get time to buy this set and I finally was able to get it! Hello everybody and I did a review of Waspix.
Here is the box and the box art on the front:
And on the back:
Now the next picture I'm about to show you are some parts I found in the package that I thought might be good for those of you that like mocing. (By the way please ignore my feet that are in the picture )
The parts I thought were cool are the Quaza spikes, the yellow transparent plates for the wings, the head, the spikes, the stingers, the clawed-hands, the Zesk feet, the spikes for the chest, and the plates for the necks and the upper arms.
After a few minutes of building here is the result!
I found that this set is very articulated, which means the new system Lego is using is going well for them. The only thing that is problematic for posing is the abdomen, and the wings.
Other then that it is a very good set, I would recommend it to anyone who has a liking for the insect-like sets from Bionicle and Hero Factory.
-Good articulation especially in the arms and legs.
-A very cool insect-like design.
-A lot of parts that are good for mocing.
-Little flexibility in the wings and abdomen.
Posted: Oct 11 2011, 02:57 AM
Member No.: 200
Joined: 13-August 11
10 for review/ 10 for set