MoonCheese wrote:Don't make a Halo theme! Why not something based on a videogame series that's actually good, like Final Fantasy or Zelda?
1. A licensed theme should tap into a proven long term product, so it's not just a flash in the pan that will be on the clearance shelves in six months.
2. A licensed theme should be broad in scope - not just limited to a particular movie, but rather into a whole universe surrounding that theme. That way you won't run out of set designs after a year.
3. A licensed theme should appeal to both kids and adults. Bonus if there is already an established collector/geek community among adults.
4. A licensed theme should provide something that a non-licensed theme does not. Ideally this should be more than just minifigs.
5. A licensed theme should have a variety of build possibilities - ideally both vehicles and locations.
jediknight219 wrote:Oh I just had a horrible thought. With all the Disney themes, can a Hannah Montana theme be far behind?
With the fall of Miley Cyrus from grace (she's the next Lindsay Lohan), I doubt that Disney is all that interested in Hannah Montana anymore anyway. Fear not, friends!jediknight219 wrote:Oh I just had a horrible thought. With all the Disney themes, can a Hannah Montana theme be far behind?
jediknight219 wrote:Ugh. Just had another terrible thought. High School Musical Lego sets.
dyntar wrote:Ok... some people may not agree with this one...but
Please don't make a Lord of The Rings theme.. or even one from the upcoming Hobbit movie.
dyntar wrote: [the Pirate theme got replaced by Pirates of the Carribean so it seems likely they would do the same for castle].
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