Lego_SW FreeMakerAdventures-top

LEGO, Lucasfilm, and Disney XD are teaming up for an all new animated LEGO Star Wars Series called LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures.

The new adventure comedy series will debut this summer on Disney XD and is set between Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back and
Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. The show is supposed to include new heroes and villains and familiar Star Wars characters. If I had to guess, it’s canon, but no official word yet.

Check out full poster and more details on the show in the press release below.

[click to continue…]


Gamer and LEGO enthusiast Mike Schropp has been building LEGO computers in micro and mini form for a while now, but he’s outdone himself with this version. And if you pay nicely, he’ll build one for you too.

Made from 2200 LEGO bricks, this custom case is made with both stability and performance in mind – and every component can be easily swapped out and upgraded.

Currently, it’s an absolute beast that’ capable of playing pretty much every game on the market with maxed out settings at 1920×1080, 2560×1440 and even 3840×2160 (4K) resolution.

More pics and details below.

[click to continue…]


LEGO and Ghostbusters fans, here’s your first look at the new LEGO minfigures and sets for the upcoming Ghostbusters movie set to hit theaters this summer.

The new LEGO building set will feature mini-figures of Kristen Wiig as Erin Gilbert, Melissa McCarthy as Abby Yates, Kate McKinnon as Jillian Holtzmann, Leslie Jones as Patty Tolan, Chris Hemsworth as Kevin, and a red Daemon. Plus, you’ll be able to build the ECTO-1 car and the ECTO-2 bike.

It’s estimated for a July release, with a MSRP of $59.99.

We’ve included a set breakdown and images after the break. Just be warned that there are spoilers, so proceed with caution.

[click to continue…]


Get a load of this! A group of LEGO enthusiasts in Taiwan assembled this phenomenal recreation of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier as seen in the Avengers films.

Measuring 140cm x 80cm and using approximately 15,000 bricks, it’s over twice the size and uses five times as many bricks as LEGO’s own officially-licensed Helicarrier set from 2015.

Formosa LEGO club members ZiO Chao and his friends Dada, Kimura, Kuan-Wei, Stephanie, Tiger and Will spent a month and a half putting this beast together, using only stills of the Helicarrier from 2012’s The Avengers as reference.

Check out more pics below.

[click to continue…]


Batman and LEGO are two great tastes that taste great together. And now an Australian LEGO fan has recreated Gotham City’s Arkham Asylum entirely out of LEGO bricks.

Built from approximately 18,000 bricks, Dayton (aka Forgotten Days on Flickr) spent years designing this masterpiece and had to specially order bricks in. It took three months to finish construction in time for Brickvention, an Australian LEGO convention.

The attention to detail in this recreation is magnificent, and you can check it out in photos, as well as a walkthrough video, below.

[click to continue…]


Professional LEGO builder Ryan McNaught has recreated the Titanic’s final moments in an intricate build that required around 120,000 bricks and over 250 hours of free time with the help of fellow builders Mitchell Kruik and Clay Mellington.

The heavily detailed model shows the ship at the moment its structure buckled under its own weight, and comes complete with severed decks, working lights, wreckage debris and panicked passengers.

Hit the jump to check out additional detail photos.

[click to continue…]


The very cool people at Bright Bricks have created an epic life-life size LEGO BB-8. But that’s not all…

[click to continue…]


Holy minifiggin’ crap, Batman! In honor of the 50th anniversary of the ’60s-era Batman series–which premiered January 12, 1966–LEGO officially announced the release of a new, 2,526-piece LEGO Batman Classic TV Series Batcave set.

The $270 set, which will hit shelves on March 1st, features all of Batman’s favorite vehicles, including the Batmobile, the Batcycle and the Batcopter. The set also includes nine minifig-versions of the TV series’ most memorable and beloved characters, including Batman, Robin, Alfred Pennyworth, The Riddler, Catwoman, The Penguin and, of course, The Joker. If you’re a fan of the show, you’ll love all the details that have gone into the set’s design: from the Bat Lab to the Batpoles, it’s all there.

Check out more pics along with details about the set below.

[click to continue…]


The largest official LEGO AT-AT kit clocks in at around 1000 pieces, but that simply wasn’t challenging enough for the team at BrickVault.

Their build is based on an original custom model by Peter Brookdale and took over 6,000 LEGO bricks and 26 hours to assemble. Luckily, that’s been timelapsed into 13 minutes, so you can watch it without sacrificing a day of your life.

[click to continue…]


LEGO enthusiast Nick Carlierti has a proposal for microscale Disneyland sets on LEGO Ideas that let you build some (or all) of your favorite places at the Happiest Place On Earth. If you would like this project become a reality, make sure to cast your vote.

Check out more pics and a project video below.

[click to continue…]