…How much can I tell you that I really love this theme!?
In 2009, a video from New York Toy Fair showcased a new Lego space theme. “Space Police” (Or Space Police III) was a line of space-cop/crime sets where police officers tracked down illegal alie.. OH THAT DOESN’T SOUND RIGHT… LET ME FIX THAT… Police officers trakced down intergalactic criminals, who happen to be… non-human. Anyway, a series of stop-motion vlog-video brickfilms were released on Lego.com (made by legoanimator David Pagano). The story is interesting, thrilling, and at times can be funny. Plus, the stop-motion animation is beautiful (I was really hoping a theatrical Space-Police film would be made and released). The plot is the same as the line, but focus’ on the journal entries of one Officer (possibly the Captain). Here is the link to it, www.youtube.com/watch?v=376qli… you’ll really enjoy it! On a side-note, the theme/videos is like a sequel to the first two Space Police, which were sequel/spin-offs of Classic Space.
I remember having excitement for the line, and got the Squidman’s Escape set, which was used for a stop-motion video I did www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-nYXt… . However sadly, as much as I loved this theme, I didn’t show support via purchase much… in fact, two sets I regret getting instead of Space Police ones would be the Ambush in Cairo and a prince of Persia set; both only good for the PARTS that came in. I did get back into the theme in 2011.. AFTER IT WAS DISCONTIUNED! I bought the Space-Truck getaway and the K-9 miniset (K9.. why is everyone so lazy when it comes to naming robotic dogs!). I also had an idea for a live-action show based off the theme, which I drew this concept art of sonicclone.deviantart.com/art/…
Even with all that crazy sad history, Space Police remains as one of it not my personal favorite Space/Galaxy lines in Lego history. it is creative, cool, and takes space to a new level.
For the art, you can probably see Snake, Kranxx, Squidman, Frenzy, Slizer, and the Skull Twins.
Space Police – Lego
Santis, the Strong: or the Knight of the Bear (from LEGO Knights’ Kingdom)
Santis came from the Province of Orkosan. While he was renowned for his great strength, he was also a bit terrifying to everyone… except for his three friends. While the quiet scruffy knight may not show it, he does care a lot for his friends, even putting his life on the line (like when he saved Jayko from a giant serpent).
During the Knights’ first adventure, Santis passed the test of the Citadel of Orlan (where the mystical Heart of the Shield of Ages was kept) by break a border in two, releasing the draw-bridge. However, he didn’t intend for that, so he may not be the world’s greatest genius: but he is anything but a brainless giant.