About Summerfield's Toys

Matthew Fiore is a 16 year old who lives in central Massachusetts and attends a vocational school concentrating in Business and Entrepreneurship. He was first introduced to LEGO at the age of 4 and instantly fell in love. Matthew spent his childhood making (and continues to make) unique and creative spaceships, buildings, bases and much more with his younger brother. Although he loves all themes of LEGO, some of his favorites include Star Wars, Marvel, Harry Potter, City, and Architecture. His basement is filled with thousands of pieces and his room is a museum of his favorite sets. After an introduction to eBay by Matthew's uncle in spring 2016, he started to learn how to market and sell books and postcards. Matthew quickly learned that it's easier to market and sell products that one has a love and passion for and founded Summerfield's Toys in December 2017. Matthew has created a successful business offering individual and unique combinations of LEGO sets and pieces that are hard to find in retail stores. Starting this blog allows him to further share his passion of LEGO with others.

BrickFair New Jersey 2019!!

Last week I went to BrickFair New Jersey to display my first MOC (My own Creation) I had a fantastic, memorable time. I met so many smart, talented people and saw so many cool creation.

I started my MOC in early July. After purchasing the LEGO Iron Man Hall of Armor I wanted to create the Avengers Compound so I did. After many hours and LEGO orders, I completed it in time for BrickFair. Since it was my first MOC, I just started building, I didn’t think of how big it would actually get. (30 IN wide, 32 IN long and 10 IN tall) I could barely fit it out the door. The next MOC will be able to be broken up into separate smaller sections. I will post some pictures at the bottom.

I convinced my parents to let me skip school on Friday and my dad and I drove down to Secaucus, New Jersey. We transported the MOC on a thick wooden plate. Once I set up I got to meet and talk to fellow creators. I met one older gentlemen who was so passionate about his 1994 Pink Floyd Stadium. He was ecstatic when I won a Brickee.

I was super nervous the next day. I wasn’t sure if the public would like it or even look at it. I was wrong. Everyone loved it. It was the only MOC there that was completely centered around Marvel’s Avengers. Kids would run up and try to find their favorite character, and when they did they would get so excited and point them out to their parents. Even adults loved the MOC. One women asked if she could place her personal minifigures next to Stan Lee. I said of course and to put a huge smile on here face.

Another child named Jackson came up and stared at the MOC for a few seconds. He then turned and whispered to his mom. His mom asked me if he could shake my hand. Shaking Jacksons hand made building the MOC 100% worth it. I estimated that over the weekend 500 photos were taken of my creation. Some people said it was their favorite on there.

Overall I had a terrific time at BrickFair NJ. I had a great time with my dad and my family. I enjoyed seeing all the kids run up to the MOC. I already have next years creation in mind. Thank you BrickFair New Jersey!!!

LEGO Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina Review

The minifigures are extraordinary. This version on Han Solo is the most accurate LEGO has produced. The printing is nicely finished The hair piece is done really well. I only wished they added his iconic smirk instead of a full on smile for the second side of the head. This is the first LEGO set were we got Wuher. I love his design, Its simple and detailed at the same time. The detail on his chest is a nice addition and really completes the character. The Sandtrooper is amazing as well. Its super detailed and just looks plain amazing. I love this backgear and shoulder pad. In my opinion this is the best Greedo figure LEGO has created. It looks really awesome. He has printing on his print and back torso and front legs. Overall the figures are awesome.

LEGO Star Wars Escape Pod vs. Dewback Microfighter Review (Blog Post)

I stated in my 2019 Star Wars set wave blog post, this Microfighter set is one of the coolest in the entire series.

Set Name: LEGO Star Wars Escape Pod vs. Dewback Microfighters
Set Number: 75228
Pieces: 117
Minifigures: 3
Release Date: January 1, 2019

As always, I will start with the minifigures. The first notable feature about the set is that it comes with 3 minifigures instead of the usual 2 figures. This is the first duel microfighter to have the 3 figures and hopefully we will see more in the future. In my opinion, the Sandtrooper is by far the coolest figure in the set. He comes with backgear, a staff, binoculars, and a long ranged assault riffle. The trooper can store his extra gear on the Dewback which is nice. Inside, the troopers helmet is complete with back printing. This is the first white helmet to include black interior printing and I like it. The trooper has a lot of detail on the front and back. I’m so glad they included printing on the back even though it’s covered by his backgear.

The Dewback is super cute. It has light and dark green printing and a brown saddle. The feet have three claws that are tan. Both the head and tail has the ability to move and rotate so you can choose how it is positioned. Another cool feature which I already mentioned is you can hold the Sandtroopers extra gear- an awesome feature. The Dewback is by far the best part of the set.

The escape pod is very impressive. The fact that they found a way to have both droids fit on the pod is amazing. The engines are very similar to the most recent escape pod. There is not much to say about the pod, except that it’s a really cool design.

This set is great. It’s very small and probably the cutest microfighter set out there. I normally am not a huge fan of the microfighter but this is by far the best one they have created. I would give this set a 10/10. Let me know what your favorite microfighter set is down in the comment section, and have a great day!