The modulars have never been based on one specific place or time, that's only ever been fan speculation. Green Grocer had floor-length coolers with glass doors, something that (as far as I know) didn't exist in the 20s or 30s.chrisalddin said:up to now the modular have been 1920's-30's.
that if real look's 1960's. if real maybe the next 10 years will be 1960's themed?
Even though it didn't get official pics on Brickset at the same time as all the others, someone on Eurobricks has already found Lance's Hover Jouster in a store: https://www.flickr.com/photos/27846102@N06/shares/rSnyc6Bumblepants said:Just noticed out of the four sets for next year two feature Aaron and none with Lance or Macy. Seems a bit odd. Perhaps some of the line got cut as it isn't a hot seller or held back for store exclusives?
I think to a certain extent they're counting on the timelessness of the Batman brand to drive demand. There never seems to be any shortage of demand for Batman sets, whether they tie in with a current movie or not.SumoLego said:One would think S2 would have coincided with the DVD release? (That may have been too close, and stepped on the toes of TLNM.)Farmer_John said:Another TLBM Series seems too little, too late. The Lego Batman Movie is long gone...that train has left the station. I'm looking forward to the next regular series of collectable minifigures.
Either way, I agree. A most curious choice. Maybe they thought they missed an opprotunity by not doing a S2 for TLM?