Making their debut at San Diego Comic-Con next week and going wide in 2017, Lego BrickHeadz Marvel and DC buildable figures are freakishly adorable.
For the past couple of years, Lego and Adventure Time have been dreaming of a marriage between the two properties. Those dreams generally involved standard Lego minifigures. The official Lego Adventure Time are not standard Lego minifigures.
If you thought it took talent to stay up all hours of the day and night for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the guy who built one of the competing Ford GT cars out of Legos will probably make your accomplishment feel slightly less special.
In case you were wondering if the ship battles, cover-based shooting and multi-builds were enough to get you to buy another movie-based LEGO game, the free LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens demo has all of those things.
ZaziNombies—whose work we’ve featured before—has gone and built a 1:1 replica of an Overwatch weapon out of LEGO. And not some little handgun or rifle, either. He’s built Reinhardt’s Rocket Hammer.
The ropes were there for a reason. That reason was to keep children from knocking this Zootopia statue over.
I’m not playing much Overwatch, but I am fascinated by the characters and setting enough to drop cash on some toys, especially if they’re as cool as LEGO builder Taylor’s version of D.Va.
LEGO Marvel’s Avengers adds a complimentary six-pack of spiders today. Now that Peter Parker is established in the Marvel cinematic universe, he gets to be in the game based on it. The Spider-Man Character Pack is available for free starting today across all versions of the game.
Yes, LEGO! Japanese YouTuber Talapz wasn’t content with merely recreating Himeji Castle’s main keep, so he decided to make a pop-up version of it.
Back when I was a kid growing up in the outskirts of Philadelphia it seemed as if every house on the block had a copy of the classic wooden Labyrinth marble maze game. Now that I’m technically an adult I’ve got one of my own, only much cooler.
LEGO Library of the Undead. Awesome dungeon-style build by Deus Otlosus, that looks like an intense encounter straight from a classic RPG.
LEGO retro-tech master Chris McVeigh uses muted brick colors to travel back in time to the late ‘80s, early ‘90s, when the computers were beige and the floppy disks plentiful.
The Star Wars: Rogue One trailer was released on April 7. That’s less than a month ago, and already, a team of fans have gone and made something that actual LEGO game developers Traveller’s Tales would be proud of.
A wretched hive of scum and villainy. LEGO and Star Wars enthusiast I Scream Clone and his friends built a quite busy and enormous blocky version of Mos Eisley, including pretty much everything that can show up in a desolate place like this.
Team Steve and Team Tony don’t face off on the big screen until May 6, but the battle has already begun on my desk, courtesy of LEGO’s trio of Captain America: Civil War sets. Expect really big things.
The comparison with the official 2014 Star Destroyer in the foreground shows how awesome and big this custom ship really is. Doomhandle’s ISD Tyrant is so massive, he was able to fit a hangar bay, multiple ships, and three levels of various rooms inside.