Ultrakatty & Warrior Lucy! is LEGO set 70827-1. It has a score of 89. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 11 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 17.57% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part.
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Haven't seen this film yet, but Emmett and Lucy are back. Don't know anything about this one-eyed creature or Ultrakatty, but you can build them from this colorful Lego kit. Ultrakatty comes with three different faces-happy, perturbed and about to bite your face off. Looks like plenty of fun ahead.
Unikitty embraced her angry side in the Battle of Bricksburg from the first LEGO Movie, and Super Angry Kitty returns with tons of spikes, joints and faces. This set also includes two mini-figures and a Duplo monster. MINIFIGURES Emmet Brickowski is still wearing his colorful construction outfit, albeit with a new print to show wear and battle-damage. Emmet's hair is the same, but his head is new for The LEGO Movie 2, showing a smile expression and a terrified expression. He has no accessories. Warrior Lucy, aka. Wildstyle is amazing! She is wearing an outfit that is completely new, but it is still reminiscent of her old sweatshirt outfit with similar light blue and hot pink stripes. (Sorry I don't know the technical color names.) Lucy has a black torso with the graffiti stripes, arm printing and dual-molded legs with dark brown on the top for her pants, and black on the bottom for her boots. The master-builder wears a dark brown scarf/hood and a black quiver to go with her crossbow. Her hairpiece is the same style as before, but she has red-lensed goggles dual-molded into it. Lucy's head is new and features a very happy smile, and an extremely angry face. She comes with an awesome stop sign that says "Never Stop" and a crossbow. Duplo Monster The lime green and blue Duplo monster is a fun little build with a chomping mouth and a rotating eye. I like how similar the size is compared to actual Duplo bricks. There really isn't much else to say about it. Ultrakatty This is by far my favorite version of Unikitty, featuring 20 joints (not counting clipped parts), three faces and LOTS of spikes. The head is built to look like a scaled up version of Angry Kitty's head with added armor. The horn is the same piece with a 1x1 cone under it to make it taller. The 3 faces are made of 2x5 bricks with a Cutesy Kitty face, an Angry Kitty face, and a Super Angry Kitty face. There isn't much good or bad to say about the legs or tail except that they all have a great range of movement. The body Features a mane of spikes, a saddle for Lucy, more armor and many more spikes. Final Opinion I love this set!!!! For $30 USD/ $24 at Walmart it is an absolutely amazing set. The figures are great, especially if you don't plan to buy any other sets. The Duplo Monster is cute and has some fun features. Ultrakatty is everything from adorable to terrifying and I love the faces and the spikes. Overall there's really nothing bad about this set that I can see. I hope this was helpful.
Ultrakatty and Warrior Lucy is a great set. Perhaps even my favorite of the LEGO® Movie 2 sets, with the exception of Welcome to Apocalypseburg. This set is a great value, even at full price. You get three main characters from the film, and each of them is really well designed. The only real drawback is that you don't get very many Minifigures. But, all things considered, I love it (so does my wife), and I recommend it.
Took us 30 minutes to assemble. Minifigures include Lucy and Emmet, and you'll build Ultrakatty, which has a minifigure cockpit, a posable head with 3 different facial expressions, and a posable tail and legs.
While it is impossible to relate the set directly to a movie that has not been released, it is a fun set that is good value in terms of new useful parts. Other than Ultrakatty's facial expressions, I think the printed elements have potentially useful applications in other MOCs. The two minifigures will be central characters in the movie and I can see that Reddish Brown shemagh being popular amongst builders for use in military, post-apocalyptic, futuristic and Middle Eastern minifigures.
70827 Ultrakatty & Warrior Lucy is an outstanding set. Ultrakatty looks absolutely spectacular, bristling with more than seventy spikes of varying sizes and colours which appear deadly! The three alternative expressions are excellent and I appreciate the integration of a saddle for a minifigure to ride. However, the leg articulation is somewhat limited by the absence of ball-jointed ankles, unfortunately.
The DUPLO aliens are great foes, despite not actually being made from DUPLO bricks, it's nice to a unique version in this set. The set could almost do without the Minifigures, but it would have been nice to have someone different in place of Emmet. I understand he and Lucy are the franchises main characters, but they feel like they appear in too many sets. It wouldn't be so bad if they were variants but the same minifigures are in numerous sets. Despite that, it was fun to build, even if it is a little tricky to pose.
This is a genuinely inventive new build in The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part theme, and a reminder of just how imaginative the designers get when working on these film projects. Packed full of character with a striking colour scheme, plus two must-have minifigures, 70827 Ultrakatty and Warrior Lucy! should definitely go on The LEGO Movie 2 shopping list.