List Of Bionicle Media
Aside from the toys in the Lego Bionicle franchise, Lego has also marketed an ongoing book series, several video games (mostly for the Game Boy Advance), and four computer-animated movies. A Bionicle comic book is also published by DC Comics and available free to members of the Lego Club. There are also various other ancillary products available, such as watches, toothbrushes, and backpacks, as well as an online adventure game.
Several important events in Bionicle are told of in CG computer animation films. There were two trilogies carried out one for 2003–2005 and one for 2009-2011. The 2009-2010 story arc ended, because of the set line ending. The Bionicle sets were replaced by Hero Factory. Four or five of the Bionicle movies that were made (or cancelled) are listed below:
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