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Maarten Prinsen - Issue #17

My imagination never stops working. From the moment I open my eyes until I fall asleep, there are alw

Maarten Prinsen

September 12 · Issue #17 · View online
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My imagination never stops working. From the moment I open my eyes until I fall asleep, there are always ideas boiling in my head.
If you keep that in mind, it probably doesn’t come as a surprise that I’m a big fan of LEGO.
This week’s issue is a tribute to some of my favorite LEGO sets from back in the day.
One of my goals is to buy them once again, but then in unopened boxes.
Fingers crossed!

I’ve always wondered what it would be like out there in the galaxy. Is there life on Mars perhaps?
LEGO Space sets were a great way for me to pretend I was exploring the planets along with my minifigure friends.
Yo-ho, yo-ho...
If I had to decide on a career when I was a young boy, I certainly would’ve chosen to be a pirate. Sailing the Seven Seas with a pillaging, plundering crew just seemed so attractive. Now that I’m a little older, the rum is also very appealing, so maybe I’ll be wearing an eye patch and wooden leg before you can say ‘scurvy’!
There isn’t a day that goes by without thinking about ghosts, skeletons and other ghoulish creatures.
When LEGO decided to introduce the world to a ghost minifigure, I HAD to have it.
This set was one of the most exciting things I had ever seen.
Fabuland always has a special place in my heart. This short-lived theme had some of the best minifigures ever.
Clive the Crocodile was and is my favorite. Doesn’t he look dapper with his little bow-tie?
Of course there are many, many more awesome sets the good people at LEGO produced. Feel free to comment with your own favorites!
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