REVIEW: Hogwarts Great Hall

When LEGO revived the Harry Potter theme in 2018, it released the Great Hall set. This was the first of a series of modular Hogwarts sets, which can be combined into a large Hogwarts castle. Since they have added additional modules, allowing fans to build an impressive castle. For some reason, I have reviewed all the other modules but the Great Hall set itself. It is time to correct this - in particular as this set is expected to be retired mid 2021...

Motorising the Hogwarts Express – Choo choo, and off we go…

The 2018 Hogwarts Express train (set 75955) was a step change up in quality over the previous iterations. And for those who collects sets to display static on shelves, it is pretty much perfect, but for those building larger displays, who want to have the train running around on a train track, you will need to source some train tracks and in particular, add a motor to the set. This post discusses how this can be done...

REVIEW: Hermione Granger Brickheadz

Following from my recent review of Harry Potter and Hedwig, this post reviews another Brickheadz figure from the Harry Potter universe: Hermione Granger. Together with Harry and Ron, Hermione makes up the "trio" and it is hard to imagine a display series of Harry Potter figures not including all three of them. But is it a fair representation of Hermione? Read on for my review...

REVIEW: Quidditch Match

Quidditch plays an important role throughout the Harry Potter series, so it is not surprising to see that in the 2018 line of sets. Being a couple of years old, and with the 2020 Harry Potter sets expected to hit the shelves mid year, it will soon be in line for retirement. So is it worth chasing up the set? Here's my review of the set...