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The Harry Potter LEGO Minifigure Catalog: 1st Edition Paperback – March 18, 2012
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Dr. Christoph Bartneck is a senior lecturer at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. He worked for the LEGO Group in Billund in the 90s, which reignited his passion for LEGO. Since then, he worked in the USA, Netherlands, Japan and now in New Zealand as a researcher and designer. His research focuses on anthropomorphism in robots and figures and his research has been published in acknowledge scientific journals and books.
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It's a brilliant addition within these catalog updates to also show the new and used prices for minifigs. Helps ensure buyers and sellers are getting a fair price, i really wish this idea had been thought of in the original:-)
One slight drawback is that with the headshot being moved along side the actual figure within the catalog, the seperate quick reference collection of heads which was in the original catalog at the rear of the book has now been removed. I used to find this incredibly useful as searching for the parts of a minifig from a large collection of bits is easiest done starting with the head. Often heads are unique to a given minifigure, so if you haven't got that it's pretty pointless building up the parts using the other elements like the legs, arms and torso. Having that reference in one place made it really easy to look up the minifig within the catalog as all the minifigures it may have appeared on were clearly listed under each unique head.
This change doesn't affect the usability of the catalogs but it would be great to have that back in again in any future updates:-)