From silly children’s song to animated classic, The Beatles’ “Yellow Submarine” has been sparking imaginations since its 1966 debut. What better inspiration for the next official Lego Ideas set?
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.
It feels like it took forever for the LEGO Ideas Doctor Who set to arrive in stores, but—in this case especially—time is relative. It’s here now at least, and it’s fantastic.
I swear every house I visited while growing up in the late ‘70s, early ‘80s had a wooden Labyrinth Marble Maze game. Thanks to the LEGO Ideas program and creator JK Brickworks, it’ll be making a comeback later this year.
New LEGO Star Wars sets are coming out every year, yet there are still iconic buildings, ships or minifigures missing from the otherwise huge catalog. Elgiemd's fan-build on LEGO Ideas adds one very important set to the list: Bespin's Cloud City from The Empire Strikes Back.
Back in November I told you we were dangerously close to getting an official LEGO set based on the adventures of everyone's favorite Time Lord. Today LEGO Ideas made it official—we're getting an official Doctor Who set, courtesy of Andy Clark of Firaxis Games.
Builder Savath_Bunny shared superb-looking Pokémon center on LEGO Ideas and filled it with the main characters, Pokémon starters and all the gadgets you can find in the games.
Alvin Lim's LEGO project features classic cartoon characters from the 80s, but this time it's not the Ninja Turtles or Transformers, but characters from an underdog show: Centurions.
The results of the latest LEGO Ideas review are in and at least two fan-built projects will soon be official LEGO sets. The ornithology-focused LEGO Birds Project and a set based on The Big Bang Theory are coming, but the real exciting news is that the board is still considering two different Doctor Who sets for…
Fans of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda franchise and LEGO toys breathlessly waiting for the results of the LEGO Ideas Winter 2014 review results can exhale now — the results are in, and Link won't be appearing in plastic brick form.
These aren’t official but by God they should be. This set of models are the work of Dan McCormack who seems to be trying to build them all with his rapidly expanding collection.