Pictures courtesy of BZPower, of course.
The Flying Jelly Sub retails at $30 and is Walmart exclusive.The Green Ninja Mech Dragon retails at $50 and is available anywhere.
I actually think this is a good price for what you get, considering the usual price of a system set. Looks to be a good army builder type set. Can't forget the little note at the bottom saying the boat doesn't float. A man can try.
Very good build. The dragon is detailed so well. Don't really understand the "mech" part, because aside from the 4 thrusters this would pass off as a normal dragon but it's probably a marketing thing. The minifig selection includes the 3 most important characters.The Garma Mecha Man retails at $60 and is Target exclusive.
Many have complained about the stubby arms, but I think they're okay. The right arm is honestly very fitting and doesn't look bad in proportion, but the Shark Blaster is kind of flat. Would have preferred a Mega-Buster type deal. Everything else is on point.The Ice Tank retails at $80 and is Toys R Us exclusive.
Probably my least favorite. It's like a hunched-over turtle with some poorly placed cannon. I would have definitely preferred something like the Bat Tumbler on tank treads with a cannon that pops out of the rear end. The only function that this set has is that the back spins when you roll it along with the cannon. Feels like it's made just to cost $80.Destiny's Bounty retails at $160 and is available anywhere.
The best set out of the bunch. It includes all the ninja, which is great considering it's price. It surprises me how much this set looks like an AFOL creation, but somehow it's available for purchase and kids can make it. That's insane (in a good way)!