What you’re about to watch is either a James Cameron movie with a VERY low budget, or a bunch of LEGO minifigs made out of gallium and melted for fun. It’s actually the latter, and it is very fun to watch.
Can you believe that the LEGO minifigure is officially 40 years old? Humanoid LEGO figures were introduced in 1975, but they had no faces and no moveable limbs, then in 1978 they began to look like the articulated minifigures we have now.
Do you have a big collection of LEGO minifigs? You could leave them hanging out on a shelf where they can easily be knocked over, or you could display them on one of these shelves designed specifically to keep their feet from sliding around.
A LEGO fanatic by the name of aido k created this cool tribute to LEGO Space. It is a classic blue space figure created from a whole bunch of classic space figures. If you are going to build a large LEGO spaceman, you might as well make it from many small spaceman minifigs.
If you ever wondered how to make your own gummi candy that looks like LEGO, this is your lucky day. There is an Instructable created by SFHandyman showing you how to make gummi LEGO bricks and minifigs.
LEGO doesn’t have any official Game of Thrones sets, so it is up to the fans to create what the people want. Maybe one day LEGO will offer official sets, but given the adult subject matter, I wouldn’t hold my breath.
Simpsons fans will be happy with this news. LEGO just announced this line of LEGO Simpsons minifigs which will release on May 4th to coincide with a special Simpsons LEGO episode on FOX.
They are $4 each.
The guys over at LEGO-fan site Brothers Brick came across these new LEGO sets based on this Summer’s much-anticipated Prince of Persia: Sands of Time motion picture.
The three sets range from a modest 258 piece kit for $29.99 (USD), all the way up to an enormous 821 piece set called the “Battle of Almut,” priced at $79.99.
With all the attention Borderlands is getting, I feel it’s important to remember that other futuristic game with important vaults: Fallout 3. And what better way to remember anything than with LEGO?
And, of course, the best thing to immortalize in brick from from Fallout 3?
Four brave survivors must stand against the tide of an undead minifig army. Armed with few weapons, two unfortunately bald heads, and a bag full of snappy one-liners, they will repel the brick zombies.
Alright, take a moment to admire the beauty and detail.
While no one can fault the crafstmanship or creativity of this Lego Reinbot, there’s just something about him that’s a little lacking in joviality. He’s got sinister style in spades, though, and while I like him, I’m pretty sure he thinks I’ve been naughty.