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Thanks, Toy-on-Toy Violence!: Lego Black Ops [Video]

Monday, December 13th, 2010

Fair warning: as you might expect from a stop-motion animated short based on the mega-popular Call of Duty: Black Ops video game, this video–comprised completely of Lego figures and CGI effects–is gleefully violent and loud. So if your sensibilities are insulted by senseless Lego minifig violence and teeth-rattling gunfire, see if you can just appreciate […]

Delight: Michael Jackson’s Thriller in Lego

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

I have at least sixteen obvious Michael Jackson jokes from which I’ll spare you in bringing you this awesome scene by Chris McVeigh, by way of geekpron. Find Lego zombie minifigs on Ebay

Iconic: The Shining in Lego

Friday, November 5th, 2010

You know what The Shining needs? More cowbell. Or Legos. Whatever. This bit of Lego artistry was produced by Alex Eylar of scenes from Inception in Lego fame. Via Super Punch, who’s never met a pair of square-footed twins he didn’t like. Find custom Lego minifigs on Ebay

More, Please: Lego Star Wars Short Film “Bombad Bounty”

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

There’s never anything not-delightful about Lego Star Wars productions. Even when Jar Jar Binks has a starring role, he doesn’t have any speaking lines. Plus, the comedy actually works. In other words, all signs point to George Lucas having no part of this. Via Nerd Approved, who thanks Yahweh for small, Lucas-less favors. Find custom […]

Square Is the New Adorable: Wampa and Rancor Lego Cubedudes

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

I don’t care if the scale relative to Luke is completely off, this Wampa Cubedude has tickled a special place in my heart, reducing me to monosyllabic wordsmithing. Heh, heh. Look!. Heh, heh. Heeeee.

Something Seems Different…: Lego Han Solo in Carbonite

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

I’m not one to knock anyone’s artistic efforts*, but what’s Kojak doing in that slab of carbonite? Photo Credit Via epicponyz, who thinks it clearly looks more like Michael Rosenbaum, but agrees that “Kojak” made for the stronger punchline. * Except that I am. Find custom Star Wars Lego toys on Ebay

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