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At first “Lego Adventure in the City” seems like a typical day for a Lego snake who lives in a “small house on top of a very high building” that he travels to on a rocket. Yup. Totally normal day so far.

Everything seems fine until a wave of murky gray LEGO bricks threatens the entire town and the snake jumps into action to save the day.

Aside from the mix of fantastic LEGO and live-action stop motion animation, the story is narrated by the cutest child voice ever.

This adorable short, written and directed by Rogier Wieland for Lego China, took six animators and two set builders to to complete. As you’ll see, an incredible amount of work and passion that went into this project.

Watch the short and the behind the scenes video after the break.

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The vehicles from Mad Max: Fury Road are crazy, Frankenstein mashups that you probably need a tetanus shot just to sit in. Lego builder Will took on the enormous challenge of recreating these vehicles in Lego form. There’s everything from Furiousa’s War Rig to the Doof Wagon.

Of course, Will isn’t the only one who thought of this idea. The last image in the set comes from Calin who built the Elvis Hotrod.

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The upcoming Lego Dimensions game promises to turn our favorites from Portal 2, Doctor Who, Back to the Future and more into adorable playable characters. The latest live-action trailer for the game has Christopher Lloyd, also known as Doc Brown, reprising his role and investigating a mysterious box.

It holds a Lego set that, when put together, sucks Doc Brown right into the game. We also get to see a few other characters that will be in the game like Harley Quinn, Joker, and Superman. This game is set for release on September 27th and it just can’t get here fast enough.

See the video after the break.

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These clever Lego vignettes were created by French photographer Samsofy. He stages Lego minifigs to create photographs that look like the toys are part of the real-world. Superman lifts a real sewer grate, a construction worker jackhammers a giant crack in some cement, and Gandalf confronts a Balrog-sized cat.

See more examples of his work after the break.

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Super-Fan Builds is at it again and this time it’s a Lego fan who is getting a treat. The team made the double-decker couch from The Lego Movie for one lucky family’s living room. There’s even a hidden compartment beneath the bottom couch that’s perfect for storing extra Lego bricks.

See Also: More Super-Fan Builds That Make Us Jealous

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This Lego Millennium Falcon build takes a different approach than most models since it focuses on the interior of the ship. Titans Creations of Singapore spent two months building the 3’7″ x 3’3″ model that includes 24 lights built into the hyperdrive, cockpit, and corridors. You could lose yourself inside this thing.

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Lego Dimensions promises to give us an amazing cast of characters mashed together in one video game. In addition to Wizard of Oz, Lord of the Rings, Batman, and Back to the Future, an official instruction sheet for the BTTF pack has revealed a few of the other licensed properties that will be involved. The info has since been pulled, but Brickset captured the document before it was removed.

Packs will include The Simpsons, Doctor Who, Portal 2, Scooby Doo and more.

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Inspired by the classic “Legoland Space” line of the ’70s and ’80s, artist Love Hultèn recreated the accessory bricks into actual working devices in a collection he calls “Brixsystem”.

“Like most people, I was raised by Lego. For this project, I chose to work with a set of decorated bricks from the iconic 79-87 “Legoland Space” line, mainly because of nostalgic reasons. These were bricks that would trigger my imagination as a kid. 25 years have passed, and they still trigger”

He built each device from wood at a scale of 6:1 and made them functional in some way. For example the block phone has a working receiver, outlet and working push buttons. And since some of the other bricks’ functionality wasn’t clear, Hultèn created fun uses for them, like making this computer into a retro gaming console.

Check out more photos and the neato video of the devices in action after the break.

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The Death Star is a deadly weapon that can destroy whole planets, but it’s all cute and happy in this Lego build by Steve Price. He created a Lego Friends version that includes a beauty salon, candy store, and even a pet shop. How can that much cute be deadly?

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You Tuber michaelmgf is an expert in making custom LEGO minifigures. His latest project involved recreating the entire cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron in high detail. This includes Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver, Ultron, Hulk and, of course, The HulkBuster!

Watch the video of these awesome LEGO minifigs after the break.

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