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Strangely enough, it took an Ideas project to finally get Lego to release an official Apollo Saturn V rocket set. Seems like something that they should have done years ago. But, no matter—they’re making up for it in a big (and surprisingly affordable) way. [click to continue…]

Apparently, Mickey Mouse is done with the whole “rated G” charade. He’s got a badass mech thanks to Julius von Brunk, who actually submitted this concept to Lego Ideas. Something tells me that Disney wouldn’t approve of their mascot wreaking havoc in a gigantic war machine, but we can dream can’t we? Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]

And here we thought that the Sarlacc plush would be the hot Star Wars Celebration exclusive. No, I believe that honor will go to the LEGO Detention Block Rescue set that recreates the scene from Episode IV in 220 pieces with Luke and Han figures in their Stormtrooper disguises. Unfortunately, getting one to resell for big bucks on eBay won’t be easy. [click to continue…]

Disney’s latest LEGO collaboration is a recap of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story told in around two minutes. It’s well done, but far less grim than the original. Apparently, Disney is under the impression that devastating sadness isn’t going to sell those Rogue One Blu-rays and LEGO sets. [click to continue…]

Claus-Marc Hahn of BricksCreations has completed one of the most ambitious Game of Thrones intro-inspired builds that we’ve ever seen. It took 125,000 pieces to build and four EV3 large servo motors to animate. You can see it in action in the video below. [click to continue…]

The latest Overwatch weapon to get the LEGO treatment is Tracer’s Pulse Pistols. You have Nick Brick to thank for this magnificent build, which features 2,126 total parts, moving triggers, a working “reload” mechanism and light-up elements. Take a closer look in the video below. [click to continue…]

LEGO is bringing back the Ultimate Collector Series Snowspeeder set 14 years after the original, and it includes nearly 250 more pieces for added detail. [click to continue…]

A new Indiegogo campaign aims to transform “virtually any surface into a base for LEGO components”—and that includes corners and curved surfaces. Seems like something LEGO should have thought of. [click to continue…]

Hamilton: The LEGO Set!

Admittedly, an official LEGO set based on the Hamilton musical is pretty far-fetched, but it appears to be something that the world wants. [click to continue…]

Inspired by watching fruit bats fly around during a recent trip Down Under, Kristal Dubois decided to mimic their motions with an articulated flying bat sculpture made from LEGO. [click to continue…]