Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones is released in 3D on September 20, 2013! The rise of a huge clone army and the first battle of the Clone Wars in this action-packed level 2 reader featuring kids’ favorite Jedi Minifigures in the battle against the deadly droid army. This book is the perfect introduction to Star Wars: Attack of the Clones. Long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, there were Lego knockouts.
The most popular come from a company called Lepin which I first learned from this amazingly complete first-class review of the Tie Fighter series. This video, which features a stunningly detailed look at Lego vs. Lepin, was a family favorite for a while, prioritizing the Star Wars and Bad Lip Reading trailers my kids usually watched. They were fascinated by the slow and steady pace of the video and I was fascinated by the thought that I could save money on my Lego. Before I get excited about the moral or legitimacy of these moral transgressions, I fully understand that Lego is worth every penny it pays. After building the Lepin series, I began to understand better the care that goes into a good Lego series and the satisfaction with the mid-flight split product. This was an experiment and it was really incredible to see a perfect and shiny copy of the Lego package in a simple brown bag.
Once your pieces are repaired you can start assembling the kit. This is when you come across another cost-saving proposal. The piece you have included in the color is shown manually. The rest of the piece is greyed out. This means you never know what a kit should look like built that makes it difficult to assemble internals. Additionally, the entire manual is chock full of steps.