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    • Bart’s Skate Trick
    • £10
    • Minifigures: Bart & Milhouse
    • Homer at the Control Panel
    • £20
    • Minifigures: Homer, Burns, & Smithers
    • Lisa’s Sax Performance
    • £30
    • Minifigures: Lisa, Marge, Sherri, and Terri
    • Springfield Shops
    • £50
    • Minifigures: Bart, cashier at Krusty Burger, Krusty, Apu, / Nelson
    • Simpson’s House
    • £70
    • Minifigures: Bart, Homer, Marge, Lisa, Maggie, Grandpa, Flanders, and Santa's Little Helper
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    • Not a good move LEGO...

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    • no offence to everyone that loves/likes/is ok with The Simpsons, but I would rather have crappy World of Warcraft figures.

      I would only get a few sets if they have cool parts.

      But guessing the sets will be the house, bar, and other random crap (don't watch the show, just seen few scenes).

      Think I would rather have Family Guy LEGO............. maybe.

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    • This can actually be a good thing for comic fans because fox has the movie rights for the Xmen and Xmen: Days of Future Past is comming out next July so I hope they sets Espically 1 with a sentinel

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    • ^I hope they make sets Espically 1 with a sentinel

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    • Crashbandicootcloud wrote: This can actually be a good thing for comic fans because fox has the movie rights for the Xmen and Xmen: Days of Future Past is comming out next July so I hope they sets Espically 1 with a sentinel

      How does that have anything to do with The Simpsons?

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    • Yes the simpsons are owned by fox

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    • Oh great. *groans* I was hoping it was a myth! This will be a horrible theme and most likely really boring. I hope it fails, but I guess there have to be some fans out there. Why couldn't they keep the good LEGO themes instead? (LotR)

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    • Carmerville wrote: Oh great. *groans* I was hoping it was a myth! This will be a horrible theme and most likely really boring. I hope it fails, but I guess there have to be some fans out there. Why couldn't they keep the good LEGO themes instead? (LotR)

      ya, why not do Avatar and SpongeBob again? Make 3 sets for Simpsons and something else like LEGO War with Tanks. Then see which sells more

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    • NovaFlare wrote: Not a good move LEGO...

      I wouldn't agree. Certainly not in a business sense. You'll be hard pressed to find an adult, teenager or child in the western world that hasn't heard of The Simpsons, and you can't go to many messageboards without being bombarded with classic 90's Simpsons quotes. If these are well designed, I see no reason for them to fail.

      (I may be biased though.)

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    • CJC95 wrote:

      NovaFlare wrote: Not a good move LEGO...

      I wouldn't agree. Certainly not in a business sense. You'll be hard pressed to find an adult, teenager or child in the western world that hasn't heard of The Simpsons, and you can't go to many messageboards without being bombarded with classic 90's Simpsons quotes. If these are well designed, I see no reason for them to fail.

      (I may be biased though.)

      Yeah of course, these will definitely sell and they'll get TLG a lot of money, no argument from me about that.

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    • NovaFlare wrote:

      CJC95 wrote:

      NovaFlare wrote: Not a good move LEGO...

      I wouldn't agree. Certainly not in a business sense. You'll be hard pressed to find an adult, teenager or child in the western world that hasn't heard of The Simpsons, and you can't go to many messageboards without being bombarded with classic 90's Simpsons quotes. If these are well designed, I see no reason for them to fail.

      (I may be biased though.)

      Yeah of course, these will definitely sell and they'll get TLG a lot of money, no argument from me about that.

      So, its a good move? :P

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    • RaceLord wrote: no offence to everyone that loves/likes/is ok with The Simpsons, but I would rather have crappy World of Warcraft figures.

      I would only get a few sets if they have cool parts.

      But guessing the sets will be the house, bar, and other random crap (don't watch the show, just seen few scenes).

      Think I would rather have Family Guy LEGO............. maybe.

      How would Family Guy LEGO be much different to what would be in the Simpsons? If anything, Family Guy has less well known locations than Simpsons (Peter's house, the Clam vs Simpsons house, Kwik-E-Mart, Springfield Elementary, Nuclear Plant, etc.)

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    • CJC95 wrote:

      NovaFlare wrote:

      CJC95 wrote:

      NovaFlare wrote: Not a good move LEGO...

      I wouldn't agree. Certainly not in a business sense. You'll be hard pressed to find an adult, teenager or child in the western world that hasn't heard of The Simpsons, and you can't go to many messageboards without being bombarded with classic 90's Simpsons quotes. If these are well designed, I see no reason for them to fail.

      (I may be biased though.)

      Yeah of course, these will definitely sell and they'll get TLG a lot of money, no argument from me about that.

      So, its a good move? :P

      From a perspective purely based on financial and brand popularity aspects, I'd say so. But the idea of such a theme does not sit right with me at all. I've tried, and I can't really put into words why. Something about a show being based around crude humour and adult themes just doesn't seem LEGO-y. Yes, there's mature content in Star Wars, LOTR, Harry Potter, and to a greater extent Super Heroes, but they also seem like they can be reduced to nice, G-rated, happy stories which LEGO are so famous for, and are suitable for little kids and adults alike. I dunno. It just feels wrong, and not suited for the LEGO brand.

      (and I'm not saying it because I don't like the show, there are plenty of shows and movies that I do like which I would feel exactly the same way about if I heard they were getting a LEGO theme)

      CJC95 wrote: How would Family Guy LEGO be much different to what would be in the Simpsons? If anything, Family Guy has less well known locations than Simpsons (Peter's house, the Clam vs Simpsons house, Kwik-E-Mart, Springfield Elementary, Nuclear Plant, etc.)

      Agreed. And personally I would find Family Guy infinitely worse than The Simpsons, for the same reason that I can't explain as mentioned above :P


      Anyway, I'm going to stop commenting here since I don't really have an interest in the theme. Not that I'm going to be buying anything from the theme, but I'll still be interested to see what parts we'll get (maybe a modified Grandpa headpiece, something along the lines of a different Zabrak horn piece, and some really long Circus Clown hair?). And it could be interesting to see how some of the buildings will be contructed.



      (edit- just decided to read the comments on Brickset to see what people had to say. It's like completely the opposite reaction over there XD)

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    • This also ties in with my goal to quote the Simpsons more

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    • NovaFlare wrote: (edit- just decided to read the comments on Brickset to see what people had to say. It's like completely the opposite reaction over there XD)

      (Its because they had the reaction like yours back in March :P)

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    • NovaFlare wrote: Agreed. And personally I would find Family Guy infinitely worse than The Simpsons, for the same reason that I can't explain as mentioned above :P

      What about LEGO Futurama?

      edit: forget what I just said

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    • I'll post what I said over at Brickset:

      "Another line I won't be picking up. I can't imagine all of the little kids that will want to watch the show because they saw the sets in the LEGO Store. This might cause some problems."

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    • TheBakonBitz wrote: I'll post what I said over at Brickset:

      "Another line I won't be picking up. I can't imagine all of the little kids that will want to watch the show because they saw the sets in the LEGO Store. This might cause some problems."

      LEGO get sued,

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    • RaceLord wrote:

      Carmerville wrote: Oh great. *groans* I was hoping it was a myth! This will be a horrible theme and most likely really boring. I hope it fails, but I guess there have to be some fans out there. Why couldn't they keep the good LEGO themes instead? (LotR)

      ya, why not do Avatar and SpongeBob again? Make 3 sets for Simpsons and something else like LEGO War with Tanks. Then see which sells more

      You Know War Is Not For Kids!And Besides The Simpsons Is A Good Animated Show And It Has So Many Possibilities(Treehouse Of Horror)!But If They Were To Make Lego Based On An Animated Show Now,Let It Be Gravity Falls(The God Of The Disney Channel In Shows Right Now)!

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    • Oh And They Should Make A Sonic The Hedgehog Theme!Coolbfitz Out!

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    • Personally, I'm not interested. I can't see much good coming out of this licensed theme. I'll take their word for it that the minifigures are good, and maybe we'll get things like babies, poseable short legs, and beer bellies, but I'm not too interested in the idea of the sets as I expressed in my blog when the rumor first surfaced. I'm not expecting them to be very interesting.

      I should refrain judgement, and I'll try to, but I'm expecting this to be like TMNT. A few good minifigures, but the rest are awful and the sets range from terrible to mediocre.

      Also, LEGO admitting that this was aimed more towards teens and adults made me sick to my stomach. Per NBS.

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    • Also, the article mentioned that the retailers' catalog is out. Let's hope that leaks soon. :P

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    • Any chance of a LEGO Simpsons Videogame coming out?

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    • Berrybrick wrote: Personally, I'm not interested. I can't see much good coming out of this licensed theme. I'll take their word for it that the minifigures are good, and maybe we'll get things like babies, poseable short legs, and beer bellies, but I'm not too interested in the idea of the sets as I expressed in my blog when the rumor first surfaced. I'm not expecting them to be very interesting.

      I should refrain judgement, and I'll try to, but I'm expecting this to be like TMNT. A few good minifigures, but the rest are awful and the sets range from terrible to mediocre.

      Also, LEGO admitting that this was aimed more towards teens and adults made me sick to my stomach. Per NBS.

      There are already sets aimed towards Teens and Adults, such as UCS and Expert series.

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    • ErkelonJay wrote:

      Berrybrick wrote: Personally, I'm not interested. I can't see much good coming out of this licensed theme. I'll take their word for it that the minifigures are good, and maybe we'll get things like babies, poseable short legs, and beer bellies, but I'm not too interested in the idea of the sets as I expressed in my blog when the rumor first surfaced. I'm not expecting them to be very interesting.

      I should refrain judgement, and I'll try to, but I'm expecting this to be like TMNT. A few good minifigures, but the rest are awful and the sets range from terrible to mediocre.

      Also, LEGO admitting that this was aimed more towards teens and adults made me sick to my stomach. Per NBS.

      There are already sets aimed towards Teens and Adults, such as UCS and Expert series.

      But those aren't whole themes based around adult content (what NBS said) which kids can easily buy.

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    • Marketing wise, I think this was a great move for lego. Besides, maybe they'll get enough money to bring back awesome themes like Kingdoms and pirates. However, it worries me that lego might decide to make more themes like this. I just wish lego would make good ideas instead of using licensed-theme' s all the time

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    • Dragonknight86 wrote: Marketing wise, I think this was a great move for lego. Besides, maybe they'll get enough money to bring back awesome themes like Kingdoms and pirates. However, it worries me that lego might decide to make more themes like this. I just wish lego would make good ideas instead of using licensed-theme' s all the time

      Eh, bring back? If they discovered that it was a bad move then, they wouldn't risk doing it again.

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    • LEGO could bring back Kingdoms and Pirates if they wanted to. They are not short on cash. And besides, isn't it kind of ridiculous to ask them to abolish their values to make a quick buck? (Sorry, I thought this was in the WWII thread)

      Can't disagree with you there. Most of the themes slated for 2014 have me uninterested.

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    • Then why is lego using chinese plastics now

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    • What does that have to do with anything?

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    • Dragonknight86 wrote: Then why is lego using chinese plastics now

      Because us people don't understand why fancy mechanisms like Speedorz would cost so much.

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    • Berrybrick wrote: Also, the article mentioned that the retailers' catalog is out. Let's hope that leaks soon. :P

      I was going to just make a comment on that - I assume some online store will have accidentally posted next year's stuff by the end of August. :P

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    • TheBakonBitz wrote: I'll post what I said over at Brickset:

      "Another line I won't be picking up. I can't imagine all of the little kids that will want to watch the show because they saw the sets in the LEGO Store. This might cause some problems."

      Kids watch The Simpsons all the time. Who do you think all the merchandise was aimed at, especially back in the 1990s. Admittedly some of the newer stuff is probably more adult, but The Simpsons has never been aimed exclusively at teens and adults like Family Guy or South Park, but at family viewing. (And I've been watching Simpsons since like 7 and I'm fine.)

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    • Well at least well probly get LEGO dough nut elements

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    • Rumour list from Brickset added.

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    • i'd love the house set :P

      and I'd would want a friends shopping center(mall) not a spring field one.

      I used to watch the Simpsons from 4-9, so kids can watch it :P

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    • MASTER SPECTRA wrote: Well at least well probly get LEGO dough nut elements

      Nope, the ring piece from LOTR is a doughnut in lego city undercover

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    • Soupperson1 wrote:

      MASTER SPECTRA wrote: Well at least well probly get LEGO dough nut elements

      Nope, the ring piece from LOTR is a doughnut in lego city undercover

      lol, really?

      The One Doughnut...

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    • LSCStealthNinja wrote:

      Soupperson1 wrote:

      MASTER SPECTRA wrote: Well at least well probly get LEGO dough nut elements

      Nope, the ring piece from LOTR is a doughnut in lego city undercover

      lol, really?

      The One Doughnut...

      P well not in gold
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    • Depending on if it has any interesting pieces, I might get the smallest set. Otherwise, The Simpsons will end up like TMNT, with me thinking about buying it and deciding it's a better use of my money to get LotR sets.

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    • I love this idea, It isn't a bad move for Lego, people love simpsons so they will get good money from this.

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    • I think I would rather have Futurama sets than the Simpsons sets...

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    • Do you think the sets will have doughnuts? We first saw those in Lego Island and haven't seen them in physical brick form since they were created.

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    • I'm not sure it's possible though.. with homer's work desk set.

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    • Either way this sets will be awesome to fans of lego and the Simpsons fans!!!! Hope they have one set exclusive to universal studios!!!! I'm buying The house homer job nd the bar and possibly the clown place!!!

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    • Bio-mech Matthew Riley wrote: Do you think the sets will have doughnuts? We first saw those in Lego Island and haven't seen them in physical brick form since they were created.

      Hopefully it will. Then I would definitely need to get a set. :P

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    • This is sort of disappointing.

      I'm not saying this out of regards to this theme though, I couldn't care less if there are no building sets, but if all future CMF waves are licensed.... It is just a rumor, but All About Bricks is usually right. I just hope that the foreseeable future isn't too far ahead.

      I doubt that will happen until the end of theme, but it's better to be pessimistic and proven wrong than optimistic and proven wrong. :P And to be honest, I wouldn't mind getting a wave of CMFs based on Marvel and DC. The Justice League is pitiful.

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    • Berrybrick wrote: This is sort of disappointing.

      I'm not saying this out of regards to this theme though, I couldn't care less if there are no building sets, but if all future CMF waves are licensed.... It is just a rumor, but All About Bricks is usually right. I just hope that the foreseeable future isn't too far ahead.

      I doubt that will happen until the end of theme, but it's better to be pessimistic and proven wrong than optimistic and proven wrong. :P And to be honest, I wouldn't mind getting a wave of CMFs based on Marvel and DC. The Justice League is pitiful.

      Wow. I really hope that they just branch out the CMF theme, and create Marvel and DC Super Heroes Minifigures and whatever on that, and just keep creating regular Minifigures.

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    • Berrybrick wrote: This is sort of disappointing.

      I'm not saying this out of regards to this theme though, I couldn't care less if there are no building sets, but if all future CMF waves are licensed.... It is just a rumor, but All About Bricks is usually right. I just hope that the foreseeable future isn't too far ahead.

      I doubt that will happen until the end of theme, but it's better to be pessimistic and proven wrong than optimistic and proven wrong. :P And to be honest, I wouldn't mind getting a wave of CMFs based on Marvel and DC. The Justice League is pitiful.

      They must do what they can for the Minfigures MMO to have a decent chance of success...

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    • Yeah, pretty much that. (@LCS) I mean, I'm not entirely opposed to it. The Simpsons is a good fit for small collectibles like this, as are Marvel, DC, Star Wars, etc. but the minifigure line has brought us such a great variety of minifigures which were never possible. Unless they release mythological, Europa, and Blacktron III themes, I won't be happy about this.

      Well, I will for a while. Again, the Justice League is pitiful. :P

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    • Berrybrick wrote: Yeah, pretty much that. (@LCS) I mean, I'm not entirely opposed to it. The Simpsons is a good fit for small collectibles like this, as are Marvel, DC, Star Wars, etc. but the minifigure line has brought us such a great variety of minifigures which were never possible. Unless they release mythological, Europa, and Blacktron III themes, I won't be happy about this.

      Well, I will for a while. Again, the Justice League is pitiful. :P

      Yeah, I agree. On both. :P

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    • Berrybrick wrote: I doubt that will happen until the end of theme, but it's better to be pessimistic and proven wrong than optimistic and proven wrong.

      Agreed.

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    • I really am hoping for Hugo in the collectible minfigures. I just hope figures like Ralph, Chief Wiggum, and Skinner aren't in it, unless there is a set they would fit in.

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    • ^ The rumor is that if there is a Simpsons CMF series, then there won't be sets, at least not right away.

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    • The thing is, the All About Bricks site has no primary source for this rumour, which leads me to believe they made it up. Maybe if it were coming from a more creditable blog, it could be relatively believable, but I'm doubting the legitimacy of this.

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    • Hasn't All About Bricks been pretty accurate in the past? :P Not to say it shouldn't be taken with a grain of salt though.

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    • This theme isn't a bad idea necessarily, but it's also not a great idea...

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    • Overcharge wrote: This theme isn't a bad idea necessarily, but it's also not a great idea...

      You know what would be a great idea? If Lego would officially make this:
      Baltan

      Ultraman vs. Alien Baltan

      The Simpsons would be a waste of money.
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    • Most people in the first and second world will recognize the Simpsons...I have no clue what that is. A terminator shark fighting Edward Scisorhands 2.0?

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    • Berrybrick wrote: Most people in the first world will recognize the Simpsons...I have no clue what that is. A terminator shark fighting Edward Scisorhands 2.0?

      Most people in Japan would recognize that. It's Alien Baltan fighting [[1]]

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    • Zombiejiger wrote:

      Berrybrick wrote: Most people in the first world will recognize the Simpsons...I have no clue what that is. A terminator shark fighting Edward Scisorhands 2.0?

      Most people in Japan would recognize that. It's Alien Baltan fighting Ultraman.

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    • Zombiejiger wrote:

      Berrybrick wrote: Most people in the first world will recognize the Simpsons...I have no clue what that is. A terminator shark fighting Edward Scisorhands 2.0?

      Most people in Japan would recognize that. It's Alien Baltan fighting [[1]]

      But LEGO isn't just trying to appeal to Japan.

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    • Berrybrick wrote:

      Zombiejiger wrote:

      Berrybrick wrote: Most people in the first world will recognize the Simpsons...I have no clue what that is. A terminator shark fighting Edward Scisorhands 2.0?

      Most people in Japan would recognize that. It's Alien Baltan fighting [[1]]

      But LEGO isn't just trying to appeal to Japan.

      You can see a Simpsons sign behind Ultraman in that picture.

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    • Zombiejiger wrote:

      Berrybrick wrote:

      Zombiejiger wrote:

      Berrybrick wrote: Most people in the first world will recognize the Simpsons...I have no clue what that is. A terminator shark fighting Edward Scisorhands 2.0?

      Most people in Japan would recognize that. It's Alien Baltan fighting [[1]]

      But LEGO isn't just trying to appeal to Japan.

      You can see a Simpsons sign behind Ultraman in that picture.

      So...?

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    • Berrybrick wrote:

      Zombiejiger wrote:

      Berrybrick wrote:

      Zombiejiger wrote:

      Berrybrick wrote: Most people in the first world will recognize the Simpsons...I have no clue what that is. A terminator shark fighting Edward Scisorhands 2.0?

      Most people in Japan would recognize that. It's Alien Baltan fighting [[1]]

      But LEGO isn't just trying to appeal to Japan.

      You can see a Simpsons sign behind Ultraman in that picture.

      So...?

      Just saying. I noticed it when looking at the picture, and this is a Simpsons thread...

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    • I never thought LEGO would make such a stupid idea.
      
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    • Why do people keep saying that The Simpsons is too adult for Lego? Lord of the Rings is rated PG-13, and most comics by Marvel or DC are violent enough to be rated MA.

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    • Cyber-Shadow6 wrote: Why do people keep saying that The Simpsons is too adult for Lego? Lord of the Rings is rated PG-13, and most comics by Marvel or DC are violent enough to be rated MA.

      Marvel and DC at least can be toned down and with all three of those it's fantasy violence. The Simpsons isn't particularly violent, so when it does get a PG-13 rating it is usually for themes of sex and drinking. That's usually what the episode in question is built around too, it isn't just a little scene, it's what the entire episode is about.

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    • Berrybrick wrote:

      Cyber-Shadow6 wrote: Why do people keep saying that The Simpsons is too adult for Lego? Lord of the Rings is rated PG-13, and most comics by Marvel or DC are violent enough to be rated MA.

      Marvel and DC at least can be toned down and with all three of those it's fantasy violence. The Simpsons isn't particularly violent, so when it does get a PG-13 rating it is usually for themes of sex and drinking. That's usually what the episode in question is built around too, it isn't just a little scene, it's what the entire episode is about.

      Then you don't make sets based on them specific episodes :P

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    • Is anyone as excited as I am about the possibility of Lego doughnuts?

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    • CJC95 wrote: Then you don't make sets based on them specific episodes :P

      But those are the best parts. :( :P

      Also: http://www.nerdly.co.uk/2013/09/17/scoop-confirmed-lego-simpsons-sets-for-2014/

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    • Berrybrick wrote:

      CJC95 wrote: Then you don't make sets based on them specific episodes :P

      But those are the best parts. :( :P

      Also: http://www.nerdly.co.uk/2013/09/17/scoop-confirmed-lego-simpsons-sets-for-2014/

      https://twitter.com/tubatron/status/379982120405331969 - episode confirmed.

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    • CJC95 wrote:

      Berrybrick wrote:

      CJC95 wrote: Then you don't make sets based on them specific episodes :P

      But those are the best parts. :( :P

      Also: http://www.nerdly.co.uk/2013/09/17/scoop-confirmed-lego-simpsons-sets-for-2014/

      https://twitter.com/tubatron/status/379982120405331969 - episode confirmed.

      Wow.

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    • The link starts with 3. Half Life 3 Confirmed. (if you didn't know, it's a meme, this is in no way real)

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    • The simpsons is actually quite sophisticated humor compared to family guy and other comedies. Many of the jokes are actually not crude. Still, I don't think it is a good move, LEGO.

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    • A Brickepedia User wrote: The simpsons is actually quite sophisticated humor compared to family guy and other comedies. Many of the jokes are actually not crude. Still, I don't think it is a good move, LEGO.

      Better than the worst doesn't make it the best choice. :P

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    • Berrybrick wrote:

      A Brickepedia User wrote: The simpsons is actually quite sophisticated humor compared to family guy and other comedies. Many of the jokes are actually not crude. Still, I don't think it is a good move, LEGO.

      Better than the worst doesn't make it the best choice. :P

      Makes it the better choice though :P

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    • I can't wait to see the Simpsons' house

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    • Tmi1080 wrote: I can't wait to see the Simpsons' house

      Same here in the states. Also can't wait for the blind bags too!!! Lego you have answer my call!!

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    • how are the headpieces going to be made? will it be one big piece like the heads in toy story or two pieces a head and hair. plus what will marge's hair look like ?

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    • LEGObrickJames wrote: how are the headpieces going to be made? will it be one big piece like the heads in toy story or two pieces a head and hair. plus what will marge's hair look like ?

      Could be.

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    • LSCStealthNinja wrote:

      LEGObrickJames wrote: how are the headpieces going to be made? will it be one big piece like the heads in toy story or two pieces a head and hair. plus what will marge's hair look like ?

      Could be.

      i saw an image of what looked like the official figures, they are big head pieces.

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    • RaceLord wrote: no offence to everyone that loves/likes/is ok with The Simpsons, but I would rather have crappy World of Warcraft figures.

      I would only get a few sets if they have cool parts.

      But guessing the sets will be the house, bar, and other random crap (don't watch the show, just seen few scenes).

      Think I would rather have Family Guy LEGO............. maybe.

      Fully agree. When someone says "World of Warcraft", I answer. I prefer Family Guy aswell. But atleast we don't have South Park, that would be way worse.

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    • Irnakk wrote:

      RaceLord wrote: no offence to everyone that loves/likes/is ok with The Simpsons, but I would rather have crappy World of Warcraft figures.

      I would only get a few sets if they have cool parts.

      But guessing the sets will be the house, bar, and other random crap (don't watch the show, just seen few scenes).

      Think I would rather have Family Guy LEGO............. maybe.

      Fully agree. When someone says "World of Warcraft", I answer. I prefer Family Guy aswell. But atleast we don't have South Park, that would be way worse.

      Your back!

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    • Mr.Brix wrote:

      Irnakk wrote:

      RaceLord wrote: no offence to everyone that loves/likes/is ok with The Simpsons, but I would rather have crappy World of Warcraft figures.

      I would only get a few sets if they have cool parts.

      But guessing the sets will be the house, bar, and other random crap (don't watch the show, just seen few scenes).

      Think I would rather have Family Guy LEGO............. maybe.

      Fully agree. When someone says "World of Warcraft", I answer. I prefer Family Guy aswell. But atleast we don't have South Park, that would be way worse.

      Your back!

      Not seen my blog yet? Oh. Too bad.

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    • I hope Sideshow Bob makes it into one of the sets.

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    • Coolbfitz wrote:

      RaceLord wrote:

      Carmerville wrote: Oh great. *groans* I was hoping it was a myth! This will be a horrible theme and most likely really boring. I hope it fails, but I guess there have to be some fans out there. Why couldn't they keep the good LEGO themes instead? (LotR)

      ya, why not do Avatar and SpongeBob again? Make 3 sets for Simpsons and something else like LEGO War with Tanks. Then see which sells more

      You Know War Is Not For Kids!And Besides The Simpsons Is A Good Animated Show And It Has So Many Possibilities(Treehouse Of Horror)!But If They Were To Make Lego Based On An Animated Show Now,Let It Be Gravity Falls(The God Of The Disney Channel In Shows Right Now)!

      Your rght about the war thing,but the Simpsosns is aimed towards a more...mature age group than,say,3-12. It's a humorous cartoon for adults to enjoy,with adult themes that kids find harder to understand.

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    • Stone Warrior wrote:

      Coolbfitz wrote:

      RaceLord wrote:

      Carmerville wrote: Oh great. *groans* I was hoping it was a myth! This will be a horrible theme and most likely really boring. I hope it fails, but I guess there have to be some fans out there. Why couldn't they keep the good LEGO themes instead? (LotR)

      ya, why not do Avatar and SpongeBob again? Make 3 sets for Simpsons and something else like LEGO War with Tanks. Then see which sells more

      You Know War Is Not For Kids!And Besides The Simpsons Is A Good Animated Show And It Has So Many Possibilities(Treehouse Of Horror)!But If They Were To Make Lego Based On An Animated Show Now,Let It Be Gravity Falls(The God Of The Disney Channel In Shows Right Now)!

      Your rght about the war thing,but the Simpsosns is aimed towards a more...mature age group than,say,3-12. It's a humorous cartoon for adults to enjoy,with adult themes that kids find harder to understand.

      It's rated PG-13, just like LotR.

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    • Cyber-Shadow6 wrote:

      Stone Warrior wrote:

      Coolbfitz wrote:

      RaceLord wrote:

      Carmerville wrote: Oh great. *groans* I was hoping it was a myth! This will be a horrible theme and most likely really boring. I hope it fails, but I guess there have to be some fans out there. Why couldn't they keep the good LEGO themes instead? (LotR)

      ya, why not do Avatar and SpongeBob again? Make 3 sets for Simpsons and something else like LEGO War with Tanks. Then see which sells more

      You Know War Is Not For Kids!And Besides The Simpsons Is A Good Animated Show And It Has So Many Possibilities(Treehouse Of Horror)!But If They Were To Make Lego Based On An Animated Show Now,Let It Be Gravity Falls(The God Of The Disney Channel In Shows Right Now)!

      Your rght about the war thing,but the Simpsosns is aimed towards a more...mature age group than,say,3-12. It's a humorous cartoon for adults to enjoy,with adult themes that kids find harder to understand.

      It's rated PG-13, just like LotR.

      Rating and target audience are two different things.

      Anyway, I like the Simpsons and I don't understand the fuss about it. Nevertheless, I also think it's not gonna be too successful, since no 3D toy/doll of the characters ever looked good and the minifigures we've seen so far suggest the same is true for the LEGO versions.

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    • Simsons is rated PG, not PG-13, that is a movie rating .

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    • ErkelonJay wrote: Any chance of a LEGO Simpsons Videogame coming out?

      Best idea ever, I'd like them to make it look like Hit&Run, the adventure games they are making are getting boring. I also think Simpsons is a good theme, who cares if children watch that show? I know children who play GTA V FFS!

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    • I like the Simpsons, people should stop whining.

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    • ya

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    • It's possible we might get milhouse because we saw him in the lego movie

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    • maybe he's in the mystery minifigure packs?

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    • Who says The Simpsons can't be toned down? They're not going to have sets like "Homer Marge Sex" and "Homer Gets Drunk" they just wouldn't do that. There is nothing inappropriate with the sets listed...

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    • BenjiHudson wrote: Who says The Simpsons can't be toned down? They're not going to have sets like "Homer Marge Sex" and "Homer Gets Drunk" they just wouldn't do that. There is nothing inappropriate with the sets listed...

      I can't even imagine what would Homer Gets Drunk set look like.

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    • Schtickman wrote:

      BenjiHudson wrote: Who says The Simpsons can't be toned down? They're not going to have sets like "Homer Marge Sex" and "Homer Gets Drunk" they just wouldn't do that. There is nothing inappropriate with the sets listed...

      I can't even imagine what would Homer Gets Drunk set look like.

      I would buy that one. It would probably be a mid-sized set, and would feature Moe's Tavern, and would be built in the same scale as the bank from that Batman set in 2012. I would say the minifigs would be Moe, Barney and a Homer variant where the pupils are looking different ways.

      However, we may get a set like it, considering how there are two cocktails included with the house.

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    • Brikkyy13 wrote:

      Schtickman wrote:

      BenjiHudson wrote: Who says The Simpsons can't be toned down? They're not going to have sets like "Homer Marge Sex" and "Homer Gets Drunk" they just wouldn't do that. There is nothing inappropriate with the sets listed...

      I can't even imagine what would Homer Gets Drunk set look like.

      I would buy that one. It would probably be a mid-sized set, and would feature Moe's Tavern, and would be built in the same scale as the bank from that Batman set in 2012. I would say the minifigs would be Moe, Barney and a Homer variant where the pupils are looking different ways.

      However, we may get a set like it, considering how there are two cocktails included with the house.

      Then it would be called Moe's Tavenrn, not Homer Gets Drunk.

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    • RaceLord wrote: no offence to everyone that loves/likes/is ok with The Simpsons, but I would rather have crappy World of Warcraft figures.

      I would only get a few sets if they have cool parts.

      But guessing the sets will be the house, bar, and other random crap (don't watch the show, just seen few scenes).

      Think I would rather have Family Guy LEGO............. maybe.

      Family Guy is for sex-crazed teenagers. LEGO is for kids. Can't you tell the difference, you imbecile?

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    • There's no need to be rude.

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    • Oh. Sorry about that.

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    • A FANDOM user
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