Ninjago: Season 11 Teaser Breakdown

The trailer for Ninjago: Season 11: Secrets of the Forbidden Spinjitzu was released a few days ago, and I finally got the chance to see it. The trailer has amazing animation, with the title of the animation being interesting to say the least. This season will also be different than the others, with each episode … Continue reading Ninjago: Season 11 Teaser Breakdown

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New Ninjago Miniseries?

So I was scrolling Thursday morning through Youtube, and I found this Ninjago miniseries trailer. I clicked on it, of course, since I was curious as I hadn't known about this before. I was eagerly waiting for Season 11, not another miniseries like Wu's Teas or Decoded to distract LEGO from putting out their full … Continue reading New Ninjago Miniseries?

The Arbitrary Ranking of Seasons

I was accepting requests from our submit a topic, and I finally got a chance to look over them. Anonymous asked: How would you rate the Ninjago seasons, and why? Weirdly enough, out of my fifty somewhat posts on this blog, I don't really talk about what I like best. So today, I'll be discussing … Continue reading The Arbitrary Ranking of Seasons

Ninjago: Season 10: Review

You have done so much for Ninjago, if anyone should kneel, it should be I. You faced destruction with dignity and courage and responded creation and courage. There is no greater response.I brought you here to say thank you, for all you have done..Life is balanced. Endings are never really endings, only new beginnings, and … Continue reading Ninjago: Season 10: Review

5 legit reasons why you should watch NINJAGO // collab with cat @ a little bit of runion

hello, friends! it’s abby franklin here with a quick post — and right on time for ninjago’s eighth anniversary today!! 🎉🎉🎉
some of you may know i have a personal blog called when words fly. over the weekend, i published a post about a few reasons why, if you haven’t, you should start watching the show. i hope you enjoy this little explosion of fangirling. happy birthday, ninjago! ☀

When Words Fly

I admit it. I’m obsessed.

I think I’ve made it abundantly clear that I LOVE NINJAGO WITH A FLAMING BURNING PASSION THAT WILL NEVER END. I wish I could hop into their realm and hug EVERYBODY and never let them go and adopt Lloyd so I can protect him from all danger grrr. But this begs the question: why? Why exactly is a show about plastic ninja entertaining, and why has it managed to hold me in its soul-crushing grasp for two and a half years? Will I EVER stop loving this show?? or will i forever be trapped in the fandom???yep

In the spirit of this endless vortex of a fandom, I teamed up with Cat @ A Little Bit of Runion to talk about our favorite fandoms… and why you who are uncultured in them should open up a little and try them out! That’s right, my friends…

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Ninjago: Season 10: Trailer Analysis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqTSFGMcdIQ The teaser and the Legacy episodes came out just a few days ago, but it looks like LEGO wants to give a burst of new information. Here we have the official trailer for Season 10, where it shows more of the ninja and Wu narrating the trailer instead. "Long before had a name the … Continue reading Ninjago: Season 10: Trailer Analysis

Ninjago Season 10: March of the Oni: TEASER Analysis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lk9aQ2orSOU Watch this before you read the post! After five long months, the teaser is finally here. It wasn't much, but still amazing all the same. This means that Season 10 is bound to come soon, most likely in Spring 2019. Finally, we'll be able to see our ninja and what the finale of Season … Continue reading Ninjago Season 10: March of the Oni: TEASER Analysis

The Hageman Brothers are Leaving

It's official. The original writers of Ninjago are moving on. It's been 8 years (for them) at least, and 7 years since we memorized their names on the title screen. "Written by Dan and Kevin Hageman." The people who made us hooked on the first episode we saw and shaped our characters. They came up … Continue reading The Hageman Brothers are Leaving