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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.

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Artist Derek Laufman recently popped up on my radar and now I want every single thing he’s made. I’m partial to his Star Wars art prints (he has a gorgeous Star Wars: The Force Awakens print and the most adorable Chibi Rey, Kylo, Poe & Finn), but his style just speaks to me overall.

His prices for prints are also pretty reasonable. I feel like I discovered a diamond. See more examples below.

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Remember when you were a kid and you didn’t get something you wanted, you’d say something like “When I grow up, I’ll buy whatever I want!”. Well, here’s your chance.

Marvel has partnered with ThinkGeek to deliver an Avengers comforter and sheet set in Twin, Full, Queen, or King sizes.

It’s about as tasteful as superhero sheets get.

See more pictures after the break.

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Based on this image and a tweet, it looks like Tamashii Nations is adding Marvel to their Movie Realization line. Spider-Man is going Samurai and the figure is, well—pretty out there. In our opinion, the samurai theme doesn’t work nearly as well with Spider-Man as as it does with Star Wars.

No pricing or release date has been announced thus far.

(via Toyark)

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Artist Jackie Huang recreates characters from Disney, Marvel, and more with her unique 3D paper portraits. These stunning images literally pop off the page with perfectly colored layers.

Her intricate designs take between 10 to 40 hours to complete. She begins each piece with a sketch that she adjusts digitally, then chooses colors for cutting into each pattern. She usually goes back to add some details with paint at the very end.

Check out more of her whimsical paper art after the break.

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There are many different ways to unleash total destruction upon Los Santos. But now, thanks to a mod by JulioNIB, you can lay waste to Los Santos as the Hulk. It just feels right.

You can jump for miles, toss trains like they’re made out of styrofoam or even use the Hulk’s thunderclap to send bad guys flying through the air.

See the hulk in action after the break…

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Artist Aburaya Tonbi has created a Marvel and Gundam mash up series that would be unstoppable in Japan (or anywhere for that matter) if it ever became an official thing.

Check out more characters after the break…

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Captain America got the Square Enix Play Arts treatment, and these are the first official images of the variant figure.

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It’s definitely more reserved than other figures in the series however. Beefier armor with a more aggressive look. It works, but I still prefer my Play Arts figures to be crazy as hell.

See another picture after the break.

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Digital animator and Marvel fan Milton Pool of Miltonius Arts wondered how an epic battle between the new Thor and zombie Hulk would go down. So he let his imagination run wild and created this badass short film that took six months to complete. The animation is fast paced and his artwork super stylized, making this fanfic nothing short of awesome.

Enjoy the animated short film after the break.

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In this truly epic rap battle of revolving burns, Stan Lee faces off against Jim Henson to determine which fantasy universe is the greatest of all time.

“Greetings, heroes! Stan Lee’s here to battle! It’s the mind behind The Hulk against the geek beneath the Fraggles.”

The jabs are hilarious (and personal). Even Kermit gets in on the fight with smack talk about Jack Kirby.

But a third combatant enters the frey towards the end to shake things up in a big way.

Watch the rap insanity after the break.

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