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  • BIONICLE - Highly successful original property by LEGO, initiated under the TECHNIC banner as "constraction" figures; was discontinued in 2010 after a ten-year run, with the accompanying storyline continued by author Greg Farshtey
  • Slizers - Forerunner to BIONICLE, a similar constraction-based TECHNIC line with elemental themes, discontinued after one year; known as Throwbots in the United States, referring to their disk-throwing capabilities
  • Roboriders - Successor to the Slizers and another precursor to the BIONICLE line; less based on the ball-and-socket constraction style, but with similar elemental themes found in BIONICLE
  • Hero Factory - Spiritual successor to BIONICLE, introduced after its cancellation; heavily invested in the constraction style of building, but with a marketing focus oriented towards younger age groups


  • Greg Farshtey - Primary writer and story team member of BIONICLE, known for his interaction with the fan community, helping to answer questions and elaborate the storyline
  • Kelly McKiernan - Webmaster for the BIONICLE and Hero Factory websites
  • Bob Thompson - Former story team head for BIONICLE, left to pursue other projects
  • Christian Faber - Art director for ADVANCE, who helped develop the original concept for BIONICLE
  • Leah Weston Kaae - Former webmaster for BIONICLE.com
  • Carlos D'Anda - Original comics artist working on the first nine comics
  • Randy Elliott - Comic artist from 2003-2005
  • Stuart Sayger - First Ignition comic artist working in 2006 and 2007
  • Leigh Gallagher - Comic artist for 2008 story arc
  • Pop Mhan - Final comic artist, working with 2009 and 2010 comics