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It contains a bank film set, police car, Spider-Man, Peter Parker, a Bank Robber (played by a Stunt-man), a Policeman https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/1376_Spider-Man_Action_Studio 1374 Green Goblin 1374 Green Goblin is a Spider-Man set released in 2002 as part of the Studios theme. It includes a lamp post and two minifigures: Green Goblin on his glider and Mary Jane Watson. Notes https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/1374_Green_Goblin 1371 Spinosaurus Attack 1371 Spinosaurus Attack is a Studios Jurassic Park 3 set that was released in 2001. The set contains a Spinosaurus, a plane, a prop tree, a camera, a cameraman, and a Stunt-Man Actor. It https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/1371_Spinosaurus_Attack 1370 Raptor Rumble Studio 1370 Raptor Rumble Studio is a 154 piece Studios Jurassic Park 3 set released in 2001. It includes three minifigures: Johnny Thunder, Pippin Reed, and a Camera Man. Two brick-built Raptors and a brick https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/1370_Raptor_Rumble_Studio 1375 Wrestling Scene 1375 Wrestling Scene is an unreleased Spider-Man set, under the Studios theme. It contains 128 pieces, a wrestling area with a Wrestler and Spider-Man (wearing his prototype outfit). A Camera Man is also https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/1375_Wrestling_Scene 137 Passenger Sleeping Car 137 Passenger sleeping car is a Trains set released in 1975. It contains 82 pieces. Notes As the rail gauge was the same for both 4.5V and 12V Trains this set could be used https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/137_Passenger_Sleeping_Car Part 13790 Part 13790 is a part introduced in 2013, and appears to be a law enforcement cosh, hence it's usage in sets. Dark Stone Gray 71005 The Simpsons Series (Chief Wiggum), 10255 Assembly Square, 71016 https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Part_13790 Part 13783 Part 13783 is a piece introduced in 2013. It resembles a coiled rope. Medium Stone Grey 71002 Minifigures Series 11 https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Part_13783 Ninjago Ninjago (also known as Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu) is a current theme introduced by LEGO in 2011. It has currently run for eight years. The theme has a popular TV series, known as Ninjago: Masters https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Ninjago Trains The very first train set, 323 Train, was released in 1965 and was only available during that year. It did not come with any track, instead having ordinary road wheels. One year later in 1966 https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Trains Classic Star Wars Classic Star Wars is a sub-theme of the Star Wars theme of products. It includes many of the vehicles and characters from the Star Wars Original Trilogy, which consists of Episodes IV, V and https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Classic_Star_Wars Creator Creator, a continuing theme that started in 2001, it is focused on the creative construction of System parts as opposed to playability functions of minifigures as in most other themes. As such, Creator sets are https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Creator 2019 This article is about the year. For the set, see 2019 Building Fun. Events LEGO Star Wars celebrated its 20th anniversary., It was the 87th anniversary of the LEGO Brick., The LEGO Movie 2: The https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/2019 Town Town was one of the LEGO Group's core themes. Based on town life, it included sets such as emergency services and civilian sets such as cars. If one counts World City and City, there https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Town 2012 Events A LEGO Batman Short was shown on Cartoon Network., LEGO City Undercover was to be released on Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS in late 2012. The game was split into two stories and https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/2012 2015 This article is about the year. For the sets, see 2015 Ball Rattle-Teether or 2015 Oval Rattle. List of events LEGO System celebrated its 60th anniversary., The LEGO Group's new building factory in https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/2015 List of NEXO Powers This is a list of all the NEXO Powers in the Nexo Knights theme. There is a total of 330 NEXO Powers available in Merlok 2.0's memory. NEXO Powers are divided across six https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_NEXO_Powers List of TECHNIC Sets This is an incomplete list of all the TECHNIC sets that The LEGO Group has ever released. BIONICLE sets are not listed on this page but are listed at List of BIONICLE sets. 1970s 850 https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_TECHNIC_Sets Fabuland Fabuland was a theme that was introduced in 1979 and discontinued in 1989, making it one of the longest lived themes to date. The theme included many sets depicting the land of Fabuland and introduced https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Fabuland Cat Cats are Animals that have been represented in numerous ways in various LEGO themes. The earliest cats seen in LEGO were the human-like animal characters of Fabuland. The two of them have cat’s https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Cat Basic Basic was one of LEGO's main product lines that made use of System bricks and consisted of sets that solely focused on the building aspect of LEGO. The sets were mainly composed of simple https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/Basic 2014 Events The LEGO Movie was released on February 7., LEGO The Hobbit was released on April 8, The LEGO Movie Video Game was also released on February 7., The LEGO Movie sets were released., It https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/2014 2009 Events LEGO Star Wars celebrated its 10th Anniversary with the release of its 10th Anniversary Line., LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues was released., LEGO Universe was originally due to be released in 2009 https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/2009 2011 Events LEGO's license with Lucasfilm for Star Wars is renewed., A LEGO factory is opened in Monterrey, Mexico, LEGOLAND Florida opened on October 15, becoming the second LEGOLAND park to open in North America https://brickipedia.fandom.com/wiki/2011 Back 1 2 3 Next Related Wiki Destroy All Humans Wiki Games 300 pages 200 images 10 videos Destroy All Humans! is the first video game in the Destroy All Humans! series. 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