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3315 Olivia's House is a Friends set released in 2012. It includes Olivia, Anna, Peter, and Kitty. Also included is a lawnmower, a barbecue, and a vegetable patch. The large house includes a bathroom, Olivia's bedroom, a kitchen, a sitting-room, and a relaxing area on the roof. It is the second-largest set in the Friends theme, with only 3185 Summer Riding Camp currently surpassing it.
Han Solo is a Star Warsminifigure first introduced in 2000. Since then, a total of seventeen versions of the minifigure have been made, along with two different pieces representing Han frozen in carbonite, and one microfigure for the LEGO Gamestheme. He is also a playable character in four video games to date.
10224 Town Hall is an ExclusivesModular Buildingsset that was released on March 1, 2012 (Europe). It includes eight brand new minifigures. It is more expensive than the traditional US $149.99, which is standard for Modulars. This is the tallest Modular Building released so far, and the only one that is recommended for ages 14+, and is, so far, the eleventh largest set by piece count released to date. It was designed by Astrid Graabæk.
Super Heroes is a licensed theme introduced in January2012, although certian promotional sets were available in the Summer and Fall of 2011. It currently features a grand total of twenty-seven sets, based on the DC Universe and Marvel comic-book universes.
There were nine DC Universe sets (which focus on the Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman series) released in January 2012, with two further promotional ones yet to be released. Twenty-two new minifigures were introduced in the DC Universe subtheme in January.
The Marvel collection focuses on The Avengers, X-Men, and Spider-Man. Seven Marvel sets were released in April 2012, with the promised Spider-man set yet to be seen. Nineteen minifigures were also introduced under the Marvel subtheme in April (and February for two of the promotional minifigures).
In addition to regular System models, Super Heroes also features buildable action-figures, known as Ultrabuild sets. These use a building system similar to that used by Hero Factory, and feature three characters each from the DC and Marvel universes.
10194 Emerald Night is is a Trains themed set released in 2009, and discontinued in 2012. This set was never available in stores, making it exclusive to Shop At Home. It consists of a single train, made up of an engine, passenger car, and coal car.
The Bohrok are mechanical insectoid creatures, controlled by strange parasitic beings that live within their heads, known as Krana. If a Bohrok loses its Krana, it shuts down and can be reprogrammed to do one's bidding; but if a Krana gets on another being's face, it then assimilates its host into the swarm. The Krana, which control the Bohrok, are in turn controlled by the two fearsome Bahrag, twin queens of the swarms.
6989 Mega Core Magnetizer is a SpaceM-Tronset released in 1990. The set comes with the M-Tron's main vehicle, which serves as a home-base (so to speak), as they never had any actual bases.
Providing housing for three minifigures, the Mega Core Magnetizer also was used for repair, storage, transporting, and a landing place for various craft.
The Mega Core Magnetizer supported three minifigures, two small ground vehicles, one flying vehicle, one storage pod, one repair pod, and one small container to hold the trans-neon green 1x1 rounds.