Several people meaning... You?
I'm sorry, but the main reason the same old evidence keeps coming back up in this type of discussion is because you and other people opposed to the concept ignore it almost entirely. You really haven't covered the points I brought up either, you've mostly pointed how LEGO couldn't have possibly failed and all other arguments are therefore null.
When you only have the option to speak to the most well-cemented members of the LEGO community. Yeah, I guess it could stand to be larg-
I really don't think you'd consider that valid either, and I don't think you know how many people are recognized as well-established by LEGO and the Community.
Very well. Go ahead and listen to what LEGO tells them to say.
If it's anything like the last one you defied as sarcasm, putting another member's reputation on the line and making us question the majority of your statements, then we're in for quite the info.
Gee! LEGO makes a TV Show and we're going to be getting sets??
Sorry, but this is not new info, it's common sense. Either you or your 'source' is pulling a fast one, which by the way isn't going to work.
I think we're done here.
Who never specified in his original post, or returned to clarify.
Look. 'Lesser' doesn't mean 'The theme is about to die.' LEGO was having absolutely horrible income from this line, not slightly bad.
You're proving my point. They killed it because it was a bomb.
I don't want to be brutally honest here, but all it does is make you look like you're trying to be 'cool' by acting really peculiar on the internet and hoping it picks up. There was a kid on BZP who couldn't use punctuation besides commas, and it didn't help his status at all.
A commercial failure still tries to wrap things up in some manner. Considering LEGO shoehorned in a finale to Journey to One before it could fully start, (see TTV's discussion on it if you have any doubts) and then just randomly put out a PSA establishing that there was no more Bionicle, I'd say it wasn't LEGO's standard commercial failure.
I think you missed the part where I said I didn't have the same views as them originally and had to be forcefully contradicted by the evidence stating otherwise.
See how I said "I think".
I can't say for certain because I don't know where it was stated, so sorry, I don't think I can provide you with it.
You realize what we're arguing in this topic, right?
On that note, why is this argument even continuing? we're supposed to be discussing a possible 2018 CCBS Standalone Constraction Theme-
Ohh, that's right. My quote right there shows LEGO promised this a while ago. Well, maybe we should get back on that?
'And my KMart, and my Fred Meyer's, and my Walmart...'
No, I don't live anywhere near a Fred Meyer's, but the people I've spoken to often do. And guess what, there's still Bionicle.
Right. LEGO cancelled because they had no choice - which fits in with it being an absolute bomb in most every aspect except concept art. Sometimes, LEGO just doesn't have a choice, like with:
However nothing could be worse of a nuclear bomb from shelves to the trash can than Galidor.
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I'm sorry, but when did you become a news source, much less a reliable one?