Pictures and written words by: Akira

To end this series of reviews from The Island, here are links to each individual set reviews:

71745 Lloyd’s Jungle Chopper Bike review
71746 Jungle Dragon review
71747 The Keeper’s Village review
71748 Catamaran Sea Battle review

Also, to end this chapter, just in case you are wondering how the boxes of the entire The Island wave compare next to each other, this is how it looks like:

And here are all the built sets next to each other, sans minifigures

And since we are at it, we are reposting all the minifigures in this lineup again and link back to the minifigure article.
We can all agree that it is a relatively inexpensive wave since there are only 4 sets.

To me, the highlight is the Jungle Dragon. I feel that it defined the season more than the catamarans.

So, are you eager to watch the new season already? I know I am. Check out the trailer for the upcoming season of NINJAGO The Island.

You might be wondering why this trailer is called Season 3. This slightly confused me as well. But to give some light to this, we have to remember that since the first pilot of the show, NINJAGO Masters of Spinjitzu has been produced by Wil Film. Until Secrets of the Forbidden Spinjitzu (S11), it was still handled by Wil Film productions.

In between this season and Prime Empire, DHX Media took over productions and so starting Prime Empire, “Masters of Spinjitzu” has been dropped from the main title and the show is just called NINJAGO.

Therefore, we can say that the NINJAGO TV show has entered a new production contract and management starting from NINJAGO Prime Empire (S1), followed by NINJAGO Masters of the Mountain (S2), and then this new season (S3), NINJAGO The Island.

Comment below and share what you think about this show and set reviews. Take your time. This is Akira signing off. Until next time.



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