As far as I’m concerned, holidays and horror are two great tastes that taste great together. And Christmas themed horror, well that’s on a level all its own. Ochre Jelly has unleashed this frosty, North Pole nightmare and it’s a dream come true in my book.
If you like your Mandalorian Mercenaries study, Bruce Lowell has busted out the studliest of them all.
It’s no secret that I love wearable LEGO and I’m always on the lookout for great costume or prop builds. Last October Brickatecture built an excellent rendition of Ant-Man’s helmet from the MCU and this year he’s done it again. This time he’s created Marvel’s Lethal Protector, Venom.
The Witcher III: Wild Hunt has got to be my wife’s favourite game. She’s put countless hours into playing it and it got her interested in reading the books as well. This Brickhead is spot on for the surly, reluctant hero, Geralt, the White Wolf.
Normally I put the builder’s name in the title of these MOC showcase posts, but this incredible beast of a book has multiple designers. Built by three LEGO fans from Denmark, Anne Mette Vestergård, Helgi Toftegaard and Lasse Vestergård, this titanic tome is a monument to the works of Hans Christian Andersen and like many… Continue Reading →
This scene created by I Scream Clone is a perfect example of a set LEGO SHOULD be producing. It’s a great sentinel design and the three of them standing over a lone Wolverine amidst a demolished urban landscape evokes a perfect scene from the X-Men universe.
The design of the ships in Guardians of the Galaxy were so colourful and unique they really popped off the screen and into your imagination. When the Dark Aster first appears it’s a stark contrast with it’s massive and menacing presence and you know one thing immeadiately, this is the villain’s ship.
This one goes out to all the Pokémon Go-ers and I’ve been saving it for today specifically. It can’t be a coincidence that Mike Nieves built this ‘mon when he did since this month’s Community Day critter is the one and only evolution Pokémon itself, Eevee!
There’s a scene in Big, where an executive at a toy company is presenting a new concept. It’s basically a Transformer that turns into a building. Tom Hanks’ character points out that it’s no fun and kids wouldn’t want to play with it. Taking one look at this creature by Caleb Flutur, I think I’ll… Continue Reading →