When it comes to Lego clones, one company’s going toe-to-toe with the other
By ROBERT A. WOLFEBERGERAssociated PressStaff WriterBATTALIONS are the latest toy to be made from scratch, a trend that has been popular among fans and hobbyists alike.
But the makers of these toys may have a problem: the companies they’re copying are doing it too.
As it turns out, the two companies who are at the forefront of the new wave of clones are not all that different from one another.
For starters, both companies have been making toys since the 1960s, with one company going back as far as the early 1980s.
Both companies have released their own Lego clones in recent years, including one that went on sale last year.
But as the Lego world moves into the era of the Internet, there’s no reason to believe these new creations will follow in the footsteps of the original creations.
In the meantime, these companies are copying each other’s creations.
They’re trying to create something similar, but the result isn’t quite as good.
The results can be seen at conventions, where fans can see and touch their creations, while also receiving toys made from a much higher quality.
The two companies’ clone wars have been going on for years, but this year, it seems the clone wars are getting closer.
Last month, Lego announced that it would start releasing Lego versions of popular movie franchises like “The Hobbit,” “Iron Man” and “The Dark Knight.”
That means that there’s at least one more movie franchise that Lego could use its latest creation for, with “Star Wars: Episode VII” being the latest movie to get a Lego version.
In a recent interview with the Associated Press, one of the makers, Wal-Mart’s Andy Roddick, said the company would produce a line of clones of other franchises as well.
He said he thinks the company could use the product to help get fans back into the hobby.
“I think it’s an important tool to have in the hobby and hopefully it can bring people back to the hobby again,” Roddillick said.
“There are a lot of fans who are just waiting to get their hands on a new Lego, and I think there are a couple of other brands that we’ve got to try and work with, because we can’t just copy all of them.”
Lego, with its brand, has been around for a long time, and you have to have a lot more variety in the brand, to make it relevant to a broader audience,” he added.