LEGO 2010 Catalog is a journey almost ten years into the past. 2010 was a year where I was well into my dark ages and I don’t know much about LEGO sets from that period. However, I really liked leafing through this old LEGO catalog as there’s a lot of great sets and dioramas for inspiration. In 2010 LEGO the LEGO Atlantis series was on the front page and it’s a very interesting LEGO theme to be sure. In this video I flip through the 2010 LEGO Catalog. Join me in exploring this old toy catalog filled with my favorite brick based toy – LEGO!
The LEGO catalog from 2009 is a catalog that I’ve never looked through before. In this video I flip through this LEGO catalog with LEGO toys from a year when I was well inside my dark ages. There’s plenty of LEGO sets that I have never seen before in this catalog and maybe you’ll see some you’ve never seen before too! So take a trip down memory lane as we leaf through the 2009 LEGO Catalog!
PS: Can you guess how many times I say “cool” in this video?
In todays video we take a look at the 2007 LEGO Catalog. It’s a catalog from a year where I was deep in my dark period so it’s filled with cool LEGO stuff that I’ve never seen before. I’ll give you an in-depth overview of the LEGO 2007 Catalog so you can get a sense of what was in, in 2007. So join me as we take a trip down memory lane and check out another LEGO Catalog.
The 1998 LEGO Catalog is a great way to take a time travel back to the late 1990s to see what was new in LEGO back then. This LEGO catalog includes some of the extreme themes of the 1990s including: X-treme, R.E.S.Q. and the wonderful Adventureres theme! It’s a cool toy catalog and I’ve always enjoyed leafing through these! So join me, as we have a look inside the 1998 LEGO Catalog!
Today we take a look at the 1992 LEGO Catalog. This LEGO Catalog is from a momentous year. In 1992 Denmark won the European Championship in football and Space Police returned to the LEGO line-up. This catalog contains a lot of wonderful sets from my favorite brick based toy: LEGO.
Today we take a look at the 1988 LEGO Catalog. I found this LEGO Catalog in a big haul that seemed to date somewhere around that time. There are plenty of interesting LEGO sets in this one even though it is 30 years old this year! 30 years ago LEGO sets might have been a bit simpler than today and maybe even smaller on average. However, the imagination can still run wild in this catalog and I know that there are sets in there that I would still want to see or maybe even own some day. If you like a bit of LEGO archeology and history, this video is definitely for you!
Today we take a look at the 1996 LEGO Catalog. The LEGO Catalogs are a great way to remember the LEGO sets of yesteryear! I find a lot of inspiration in these catalogs and they make me want to know more about the sets that are in there. In this catalog I’m really exited about the Aquazone and the Time Cruiser LEGO sets. They are really awesome!
Today we take a look at the 1991 LEGO Catalog! The 1991 LEGO catalog is filled with wonderful sets from the beginning of the 1990’s. In this catalog you’ll find some of the most classic pirate and train sets – it is super exciting and very nostalgic! We’ll also take a look at some of the discontinued lines such as the “LEGO Models” sets, which were probably the precursor to the modern day Expert Creator sets. So, if you are a nostalgia, 90’s and LEGO fan in general, this video is for you 😀