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The Ignition series launched January with Comic 0, a special preview of the new series. Stuart Sayger. Welcome to the comics section! The Bionicle Comics are all in chronological order. Download, and enjoy! Bionicle Comic 1. File Size: kb. File Type: pdf. Read BIONICLE comics online! • Be part of the adventure on Mata Nui! • Discover the secrets of the Manas, guardians of Makuta! The wearer of this mask is able.

The stranger tells of how he was placed on Voya Nui to protect the mask of life. Thok tells the stranger that he is looking for Vezon, not the mask.

The stranger tells the Piraka that Vezon serves the mask now and that he will clean the piraka off the island. Suddenly, blue lazer vision is shot at the stranger in his back, and he is knocked unconcious.

A yellow and blue figure, telling the stranger, Axonn that power on the island belongs to him, Brutaka. We see six canisters carrying Matoran from a faraway village. It is raining so we can't see their faces. Generation 2 sports Graphic Novels with entirely exclusive content.

Although the Papercutz novels are largely reprints of the DC comic, they do contain several unique stories.

Following this, the The Bohrok Awake promotion had three mini comics randomly inserted in card packs to spread the story of the Bohrok. Lunchables also had a set of promotional comics. They were slightly shorter than the McDonald's Promo Comics and took place during the events of issue 17 of the main comic.

Like issue 17, the stories are taken from Trial by Fire. The comics showcased their sets' storyline role, their main play functions, and the Masks of Power included.

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The booklet contained black and white illustrations by the same artist as Get The Mask of the Toa and Protectors traveling through Okoto and encountering Skull Spiders. It also included colorized versions of the illustrations as sticker inserts that could be removed. Their Kanohi implemented features such as visors and air tubes. Unlike the Inika and Hordika masks, these new ones were compatible with the Metru heads. Though they had not been phased out entirely, the Metru heads had been less prominent up to this point.

The Mahri kept the same build features introduced in , but they were further variegated with different types and amounts of armour. Some of them also reused torsos from the Hordika and Piraka.

Most of their colour schemes continued to evolve, too, by replacing a secondary colour with another or including less of the primary shade. Each Toa had a Cordak Blaster, a rotating barrel that fires red darts.

With a total of six, featured more Titans than any other wave. This included larger humanoids such as Hydraxon and Maxilos and Spinax , or to a lesser extent Nocturn , a four-armed figure with glow-in-the-dark elements who had much in common with the Barraki. Their masks had an axle hole which would be connected to a Metru head via a separate red axle piece.

The previously mentioned Karzahni included the titular figure as the centerpiece, plus two Matoran adversaries and a trap they had set for him. The most unconventional, however, was Gadunka , a creature with a huge head, spiky teeth, a tiny body, powerful legs, and thin arms ending in large claws. The three playsets included mini Barraki and Toa Mahri used the same style as the previous year's sets.

However, rather than each character having a unique head mould, each faction was relegated to three. Only five of the six Barraki were converted into minifigures; Carapar was excluded. The sets also moved from mostly being location based to centering around vehicles and mounts for the characters.

Poly bag sets in were , , and Kopaka and his teammates returned in splits the six canister sets for the two halves of the year with three villains and three heroes in each, rather than a wave of heroes and a wave of villains. The first release, the Phantoka includes three skeletal Makuta with rib cages that burst open to launch transparent fluorescent reddish-orange Tridax Pods filled with rubber shadow leeches.

These Makuta take inspiration from bats and all three include black and silver in their colour schemes. The Phantoka Toa are reintroductions of the Toa Nuva wearing adaptive armour. They are updated with the newer build style and pieces, as well as new masks. All three have their colour schemes modified, though Toa Kopaka only switches light grey out for dark stone grey. Each of the three Toa have a mean of flying which is unique from the others, be it wings, jet packs, or rotors, and carries a Midak Skyblaster , a part which packs silver Zamor Spheres, this time referred to as balls of solid light, and shoots them back out.

The six Matoran released alongside the Phantoka are also split along the lines of good and evil. These Matoran are the largest yet, but they use new specialized moulds for their torsos, legs, arms, and head, giving them the smallest part counts since the original ones included in McDonald's Happy Meals.

Each Matoran has a colour scheme and a mask which corresponds with a Toa or Makuta. While the good Matoran have jet packs and green eyes, the bad ones have bat wings and orange eyes.

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The Matoran are able to connect to the back of a Toa or Makuta to "team-up. These Makuta are insectoid with long, thin bodies and plenty of claws and some extra appendages. None of the three Toa have a unique propulsion system, but a combination of smaller jets and wings.

While the Phantoka Toa used dark stone grey as a secondary colour, the Mistika use silver. All six Mistika figures carry a Nynrah Ghost Blaster, a pump which fires a dart.

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The Toa had grey pumps and metallic dark grey darts while the Makuta had red pumps with bright yellowish-green darts.

Four Titans were released in , also two Toa and two Makuta. It included the first issue of the Mask of Life, having only been available previously grafted to the back of Vezon's headpiece.

Takanuva returns with the rest of the Toa Nuva in Takanuva at a larger size than before and with his gold replaced with metallic dark grey , the story explanation being that a shadow leech sucked out half of his light energy.

Takanuva includes a three-pronged lance, a new version of the Mask of Light, and a Midak Skyblaster.

Makuta Icarax uses gear functions minimally to make his shield spin. A cockpit is in the back where the pilot, an alternate version of the Makuta Antroz who appeared in Antroz. Poly bags and promotional sets included , , , and The Toa sized sets were the Glatorian in the first wave, and the Glatorian Legends in the second, and like 's sets, the different characters in each subtheme have varying allegiances.

While the Glatorian do use the Inika build and related pieces, they also took further steps to differ colours among sets. The Glatorian also introduce a new head piece which attaches helmets and masks via the top of the head, not from an opened mouth. Another notable piece introduced here is a hand with moulded fingers. In story, the Glatorian have less mechanical parts than Toa, and the sets are designed to reflect that. Every Glatorian carries a Thornax Launcher which can be squeezed to propel a spiky ball called a Thornax Fruit.

The Agori released at the same time as the Glatorian follow similar design standards. While they mostly use the Matoran parts, they are generally more colourful. As in , the larger sets for were split between Titans and Vehicles. Whereas 's vehicles were mostly fitted for battle in the skies, 's feature vehicles designed for the desert landscape with treads and large wheels. These included motorcycles, rollers, and a chariot.

Between the three smaller vehicles, four more Agori were released, while the two larger vehicles had Glatorian pilots. The sole poly bag was , which included Click the Scarabax Beetle. Every Glatorian, Glatorian Legend, Fero and Skirmix, and Cendox V1 had a wheel somewhere on their back called a life counter for playing a game where a hit on their canister from a Thornax causes them to lose one life, a direct hit reduces the counter by two, and wherever the Thornax lands is where the shooter must move.

The larger Titans and Vehicles each had two. Each Star was stylized, using the Matoran torsos and limbs rather than a larger build. In canon, they are all the same size as usual.

They all deviated from the original set which they most resemble, but storyline excuses were provided. However, new armour pieces were introduced to bulk up the bodies a little. Each set included a piece of golden armour which could be placed on the Tahu figure. Other constraction lines released since have opted to use Hero Factory's newer system with versatile bones and snap on armour.

Unlike its predecessor, Hero Factory does not feature an in depth story, but rather an episodic structure where a team of robotic heroes upgrade to battle a new villain in what is generally a new environment. Legends of Chima itself has had two waves of constraction figures Ultrabuilds to compliment that year's system sets. Balls are the new black. The colour schemes use mostly bright shades, with gold and transparent colours also in use on some figures.

Each Toa also includes a collectable golden Kanohi, in addition to one in their primary colour. The masks are updated versions of the ones from the original six sets.

All six protectors, the smaller sets, have a colour scheme analogous to the Toa of their respective biome, and they share the same mask as the other five protectors, though in a different colour. Each protector also comes equipped with a new form of launcher, which can fire up to six studs at a time with the rotation of the element's rotatable portion. These launchers are used as weapons against the skull spiders packaged in their sets.

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Each Toa and protector also includes a much more miniscule four-legged "spider" with what resembles a mask for a body. The sole dedicated villain set of the winter wave is Lord of Skull Spiders , which also includes a golden version of the piece used for the smaller spiders' body.

This Mask ended up being the mask of the Skull Grinder. The winter wave saw the release of the Toa's Uniter forms and elemental creatures. The Toa were built to be able to unite with the creatures for additional play features.Legends of Chima itself has had two waves of constraction figures Ultrabuilds to compliment that year's system sets.

Generation 2 sports Graphic Novels with entirely exclusive content. The similarly sized enemies for the year were the four-legged spider-like Visorak which, again, all included 48 pieces, except for Oohnorak which had Posted Mar 25 - The winter wave saw the release of the Toa's Uniter forms and elemental creatures.

The final Titan was the mysterious seventh Toa who was included alongside a vehicle made from pieces of the fallen Rahkshi in Takanuva. Incidentally, Maku was the only one from the original run who matched her Toa's tones. They all deviated from the original set which they most resemble, but storyline excuses were provided.

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