I can’t say it here, but you may learn one day what happens when you assume.
I’m not entirely sure, to be honest. I have several, but I’m not sure what really would be the most controversial. Maybe that the Bohrok-Kal are good sets? Not super controversial, them being good wasn’t their issue.
There are too many, I have no idea.
It means something in Hebrew, though that isn’t where I got it from. To me it’s just what it is: Eljay. It’s just a name.
If there was a contest for getting unlimited mangosteen for life and you needed tickets to have a higher probability, and each ticket cost about 1 dollar, how much would you invest into getting tickets for said contest?
Recent actions? I don’t follow. But no, I’m still not a fan of Star Wars as I am of other things, such as LEGO. It’s not a part of my hobby and I wouldn’t go and see a Star Wars movie in theaters and I don’t look forward to any of the games.
It’s hard to say. I’ve got a review coming out next week that makes a strong argument that the set I’m reviewing is my least favorite. But I’d say for now, it’s Ketar, as that set was the first BIONICLE set that ever actively disappointed me.
My current favorite episode of the Show is the one I did with Christian Brickbauer.
Red axles and blue pins on sets don’t bother me. They’re not good, but they don’t alter my overall opinion on a set. The Av-Matoran… I don’t hate them, I suppose? I like all BIONICLE sets to an extent, even ones I don’t like. So it’s hard to say I don’t like something like the Av-Matoran or the Mistika. Do I think they’re good sets? Not the Av-Toran, but the Mistika are fine. Do I hate them? No way.