LEGO Hero Factory – Brain Attack

My boys adore Lego Hero Factory and have been lucky enough to go to some related events earlier in the year.

As part of the LEGO Family Ambassador program, we were sent Surge and Dragon Bolt to review, which are some of the latest additions of heroes and mutated villains. The models are designed and equipped for battle in pairs and each hero and villain is kitted out with complimentary weapons intended to create the ultimate dual.

Surge is a Hero and has rotating lightning blades, plasma shooters, jetpack wings and an armoured visor.

Isaac is getting very good at building Lego now, but at 5 he is a little young for Hero Factory, so was ably assisted by Kian.

Lego Hero Factory

There is something about LEGO which keeps my boys quiet for ages and it was lovely seeing them working together quietly.

Lego Hero Factory
Surge makes a great flying toy, ably demonstrated by Isaac, complete with whooping noises and it even shoots its plasma weapon!  Standing at 7″ tall and costing £9.99 any boy would love to find him in their stocking.

Surge’s nemesis is Dragon Bolt – a flying nightmare with a biting jaw, powerful flapping storm wings and razor sharp tail spikes.  Dragon Bolt also features a removable multi-coloured evil brain, flapping wings and glow in the dark eyes.

Lego Hero Factory
All LEGO Hero Factory figures are fully poseable and offer a unique “combi-build” allowing you to combine models and make something bigger and even more menacing.  What’s more, each figure includes a unique code in the pack with points for the new LEGO Hero Factory Brain Attack mobile app and online game at, allowing you to power up your heroes online!

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    376 thoughts on “LEGO Hero Factory – Brain Attack”

    1. We bought the Batcave for our son last year. It is fab! I am however, looking forward to one of the Lone Ranger sets which he has just bought with his Christmas money…. the closest that i will get to getting Johnny Depp in my house!!

      Julie McLaren.

    2. the wv camper van is amazing, we saw it in the lego shop at trafford centre. Sadly my little boy is just a tad too young for it yet.

    3. Lego City is a great favourite of my grandson. We also like playing Lego Creationary but I am afraid Nan is not very good at it. This pleases Jack as there are not many games he can beat me at 🙂

    4. I love the look of the VW Campervan, but my daughter is totally into Lego Hero Factory at the moment.
      At Christmas she got Jet Rocka, Frost Beast and Stormer. She doesn’t have Dragon Bolt, though I know she’d love it, so fingers crossed.

    5. We LOVE lego! My favourite is my lego Buzz Lightyear but we would LOVE to do the Camper van one day as it looks AMAZING

    6. Went to visit my Godson last night and he was very excited to tell me about this Batman Lego that Santa left for him! 🙂
      Lisa Smith @xlisamarieeex

    7. My daughter loves all lego – from Chima, Harry Potter, Lego City and Lego Friends. She doesn’t have a favourite set but will spend hours building and playing with them

    8. We love Lego in our house. My grandsons always have Lego on their Christmas and birthday wish lists. My two year old grand daughter loves her Lego flower garden.


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