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Classic Sci-Fi Scenes Get the LEGO Treatment

by Conner Flynn

Official LEGO Star Wars sets have been around since 1999, but what our other geek needs? Where is our Blade Runner? Or TRON? Why is there no Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy set? LEGO, you are missing out on all of my money. Thankfully, The Living Brick’s “Mi-Fi“ Contest fulfills some of these dreams.

All the entries are in for the “Mi-Fi” contest, and the results are very very awesome. In addition to new scenes from Star Wars, there are LEGO-fied versions of TRON, The Matrix, Back to the Future, Avatar and many more! There’s even a tribute to Spaceballs.

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There are so many cool creations to see that it’s hard to pick a favorite. Head on over to The Living Brick to check them all out.

[via Geekosystem]




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  1. wut says:

    bugs me when people make lego objects not in scale with the size of lego men.
    still pretty cool though.

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